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Dodgers vs. Nationals live updates: Dodgers bullpen can't hold lead, score tied 5-5 after top of eighth Oct. 11, 2016, 5:25 p.m. The Dodgers will try to stave off elimination when they take on the Washington Nationals today at Dodger Stadium. The Nationals lead the best-of-five NLDS. 2-1. The game...
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