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Powered by Puig, Dodgers muscle their way back to the World Series

Game 7 slugging and a little bit of swagger gave the Dodgers the lead they needed to finally get past the Brewers and return to the Fall Classic.

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Puig drenches reporter with water

Yasiel Puig douses ESPN Deportes Reporter Enrique Rojas with a water-filled garbage can, then grabs the mic to act as the interviewer.

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Dodgers go back-to-back

Roberts reflects on winning NLCS and facing his former team

Dave Roberts joins SportsCenter after the Dodgers Game 7 win and looks ahead to facing the Red Sox in the World Series.

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Dodgers head back to World Series after Game 7 win

The Dodgers advance to the World Series for the second year in a row after defeating the Brewers in Game 7 of the NLCS.

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Puig looks for continued success vs. Boston

After a successful NLDS and NLCS, Yasiel Puig looks to carry his momentum into the World Series against Boston.

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Bellinger calls making 2nd World Series 'pretty special'

Cody Bellinger reflects on his second straight trip to the World Series in only his 2nd year in the MLB.

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game 7 heartbreak

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In the end, Dodgers' talent trumps Brewers' moves

Milwaukee took the series as far as it could get on smart tactics, but it couldn't dim L.A.'s star power in the NLCS.

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Did the Brewers' bullpen magic finally run out?

Eduardo Perez and John Farrell discuss the usage of the Brewers' bullpen and Jeremy Jeffress in Game 7.

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Sox to World Series

Price: Getting Boston to World Series 'means a lot to me'

David Price says he found something in the bullpen in Game 4 that carried into Game 5 and discusses what it means to get to the World Series.

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Red Sox let the champagne flow in locker room

The Red Sox celebrate in the locker room after winning the ALCS in five games against the Astros.

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Teixeira: 'Red Sox are destined to win a World Series'

Mark Teixeira breaks down David Price's Game 5 performance and how their two-strike hits were devastating for the Astros bullpen.

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Bradley calls winning ALCS MVP 'amazing'

After being named ALCS MVP, Jackie Bradley Jr. discusses what it took to get the World Series and what he's looking forward to next.

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Game 4 fan interference

Fan interference denies Altuve of possible HR

A potential two-run home run by the Astros' Jose Altuve was ruled an out by umpires, who said a fan interfered with Mookie Betts' catch attempt.

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Breaking down bullpenning

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  • A brief history of bullpenning

    The weird thing the A's did Wednesday with wild-card game "opener" Liam Hendriks -- and what the Brewers plan to do Thursday -- actually isn't all that weird.