The Dodgers and the Padres put on an offensive show in the first two games of their National League Division Series,and were expected to continue that trend when they met in Game 3
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But neither team managed to score until the ninth inning of a tight pitching duel between Clayton Kershaw and Tyson Ross, and both teams’ bats went silent as they were held hitles
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Extra innings and the game went to the bottom of the 13th. The Padres would win the game thanks to an RBI single by pinch hitter Will Venable, but it was all about Kershaw vs Ross
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Behind a frenzied sold-out crowd at Petco Park on Friday night, the Padres took a 2-1 lead in the National League Division Series with a 2-1 win over the Dodgers in Game 3.
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Friday night at Petco Park, a sold-out crowd watched as Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw made his first postseason start on Sunday.
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Kershaw had allowed just two earned runs in three starts at Dodger Stadium during the National League Division Series against San Francisco.
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Cashner kept pace with one of baseball’s elite pitchers, firing seven innings of two-run ball.
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The Dodgers leaned on closer Kenley Jansen in the 9th inning to secure their first postseason series victory since 1988,
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The homer was his sixth of seven postseason RBIs. He also had an RBI single and scored two runs as he continued his impressive postseason debut.
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