The Los Angeles Dodgers continue to tear through the MLB Postseason and another hero emerges. One of their best franchise players. Clayton Kershaw, despite those who feel his postseason performances have not been up to par, won two critical games in the World Series to edge his Dodgers up 3 games to 2 over the Tampa Bay Rays. He won pivotal Game 1 with 6 IP, 2 H, 8 K in victory to send them to a 1-0 lead, then responded with a gutsy performance (5 2/3, 2 ER, 6 K) to win Game 5 to again push the Dodgers ahead. This time, they need just one more game. After coming up short in the World Series in two prior appearances, this may be the Dodgers year. Heavy favorites after a dominant regular season, along with a loaded lineup and arsenal of arms in both starting and relief roles, this is their best chance to win a Series since the 1988 season. And their ace set them up. The Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!
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