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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Dave Roberts: "We're four wins away from accomplishing our goal. We're almost there."

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers manager Dave Roberts says he and his staff are still working to finalize their World Series roster, but shortstop Corey Seager will be on it.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Here is an up close and personal look at the bat of Carlos Correa.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw was asked about the varying depth of his slider and how that might be related to his back trouble. He said, "I don't know which analytics group you work for, but it's fine." The reporter in question was from fangraphs.com. Funny moment but not really an answer for an issue that seems legit — according to the analytics.

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

"Sé que han sido 29 años sin Serie Mundial. Crecí como aficionado de los Dodgers y se que aquí importan demasiados los campeonatos. Espero que cuando termine la Serie Mundial se hable más del 2017 que de 1988".- Clayton Kershaw, pitcher abridor de los Dodgers en el juego inaugural del Clásico de Otoño. Kershaw ofreció conferencia de prensa este lunes en Dodger Stadium en el Día de Prensa de la Serie Mundial.

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Yasiel Puig dijo que ha estado en contacto con Adrián González durante todos los playoffs. Comentó que "El Titán" está contento y motivado de ver a sus compañeros en la Serie Mundial y que el mexicano ha estado pendiente toda la postemporada. Coincidió con el manager de Los Ángeles, Dave Roberts, en que González rehabilita su lesión de espalda separado del equipo y cerca de su familia.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The World Series logo in the Dodgers' dugout.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Yasiel Puig's World Series batting helmet.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The World Series logo on the field at Dodger Stadium.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Clayton Kershaw: "Hopefully after this week is over they can start talking about 2017 more and 1988 less."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Yasiel Puig holding court at World Series Media Day.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Dee Gordon catching up with Kenley Jansen and Joc Pederson.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

Quite a melee for the Dodgers' World Series Media Day session. I managed to get near Corey Seager who certainly talked like a guy about to play in a World Series. He stopped short of saying he's been officially named to L.A's Fall Classic roster. Dave Roberts will speak in about 15 minutes, so we hopefully will achieve closure at that point.

Jerry Crasnick ESPN Senior Writer 

Curtis Granderson and the Dodgers are looking forward to the team's first World Series appearance since 1988.

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Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Fittingly, the closer is the last player to exit as Dodgers media access wraps up at Dodger Stadium .

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Contrary to popular opinion, Yasiel Puig doesn't always have his tongue out:

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Dodgers Game 2 starter Rich Hill explains what it's like to watch Clayton Kershaw all year long.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Dodgers are going through World Series Media Day.

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Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

When asked when he knew his new team had a chance at making a World Series trip after coming to the Dodgers in a trade from the Rays, Logan Forsythe immediately answered "spring training."

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Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

It's amazing what a three-home run game to close out the NLCS will do for your profile on World Series media day. Enrique Hernandez is a popular man at Dodger Stadium today.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager explains what it was like watching his team roll through the NLCS while he was sidelined with an injury.

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Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

With a crowd waiting for his arrival, Yasiel Puig is in the building for the Dodgers session at World Series media day.

Dan Mullen ESPN.com 

Usually talk about triple-digit heat at the World Series is about aces and hard-throwing relievers, but not this week. Temperatures are around 100 degrees for media day at Dodger Stadium and are expected to be in the same range at first pitch of Game 1 on Tuesday night.

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

World Series logos in place. Cameras being set up. Weather: Hot. First to four wins.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Workers are putting the finishing touches on the World Series logo at Dodger Stadium.