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Bill Plaschke: It's been a crazy World Series, and we're clamoring for more

LOS ANGELES - The World Series is driving you bonkers, and there's nothing you can do about it.

Every time you think the Los Angeles Dodgers have won, some wide-eyed Houston Astro swings from his fancy cleats, clangs a ball into a bleacher and dances all over your heart.

Every time you think the Dodgers have lost, Cody bellows or Corey flexes or Puig becomes Puiiiiig and suddenly you're clutching that scratchy rally towel and tugging on that faded blue T-shirt and hopping around the middle of your living room to the rattling of your Vin bobblehead.

You scream, you groan, you nearly

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