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Scioscia says '88 World Series team was special, and so are the 2017 Dodgers

LOS ANGELES_Mike Scioscia got a good look at this year's Los Angeles Dodgers when the Angels team he manages played them to a draw in a four-game series in mid-summer, when the eventual National League champions were laying waste to the rest of baseball.

He came away impressed.

"They definitely looked like they had a lot of things going in the right direction," Scioscia said Friday. "They had a lot of depth. And the young talent was really

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