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Dodgers hope to sweep Diamondbacks in Game 3 — but no plans for pool party

LOS ANGELES - The pool resides beyond the right-field fence at Chase Field, surrounded by deck chairs like an oasis in this desert. Fountains burble fresh streams of chlorinated water. A hot tub sits nearby. The water only goes 4 feet deep, which would explain the signs ringing the area.

"Danger," the signs read. "No Jumping. Violators Will Be Ejected."

On Monday night, in Game 3 of a National League division

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