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Stripling hopes to flip script for Dodgers

LOS ANGELES_A representative from the Ritz-Carlton in downtown Denver sent an instructional video to the Los Angeles Dodgers traveling secretary in the days leading up to the team's trip to town this weekend. As they prepared for a series with the Colorado Rockies, the Dodgers confronted a litany of issues, from how their bullpen will function without closer Kenley Jansen to whether their inconsistent offense can ever cohere.

But at least they have the composition of Ross Stripling's mattress under control.

In the video, which was forwarded to Stripling, a staffer demonstrated how to flip

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