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Joe Maddon plays a hunch with decision to start Kyle Schwarber

LOS ANGELES - Kyle Schwarber tapped his bat on outside corner of home plate and dug his left foot into the dirt in the left-handed batter's box Saturday night.

Clayton Kershaw was standing 60 feet, 6 inches away.

Schwarber took ball one, and so his first

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