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Dylan Hernandez: Wheels have fallen off the bandwagon

LOS ANGELES - When fans are almost three decades removed from celebrating their team's last championship, they can become fatalistic.

Year after year after year, they have seen the promise of spring and the heightened excitement of summer produce only the crushing disappointment of winter, which explains the depth of anxiety beneath every groan and every boo heard Monday night at Dodger Stadium.

The Los Angeles Dodgers couldn't do anything against Robbie Ray and served up four home

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