Dodgers fall short of big expectations
Los Angeles left with sadness and questions after another NLCS defeat to Phillies
PHILADELPHIA -- Even losers know the scent of victory.
In a somber clubhouse Wednesday night, Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp -- eyes reddened with tears of sadness -- began to smell champagne on the clothes of several reporters who had first been in the Philadelphia Phillies' clubhouse. He had continued to speak to reporters, until the scent, and what it represented, was too strong and he had to stop midsentence.
"This guy is making me feel bad," Kemp said to a reporter ...
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