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Dylan Hernandez: Turner still feels sting of two World Series losses

LOS ANGELES_While Justin Turner played a round of golf with friends earlier this week, the subject came up again. It always does.

"I still talk about it," Turner said. More than two months after the Dodgers recorded their final out of the season, the disappointment from the World Series remains.

"Unfortunately, I can say it was pretty similar to last offseason," Turner said. "It stings for a long time. I said it last year: I could win three World Series in the future and I'll remember losing the one. Well, now we've lost two. I don't think that's something you'll

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