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Dylan Hernandez: It's all lining up for rested Dodgers as they aim for a World Series berth

LOS ANGELES_If Clayton Kershaw looked well-rested on the eve of the National League Championship Series, it's because he was.

He smiled. He cracked jokes.

"It was kind of fun yesterday watching them duke it out while we were kind of sitting around," he said.

Kershaw was talking about the Chicago Cubs and the Washington Nationals, who required the maximum five games to decide their NL division series.

The Cubs advanced, but not without starter Jose Quintana pitching in relief

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