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Dylan Hernandez: Something about the Dodgers' front office

CHICAGO - The on-field segment of their postgame celebration concluded, the Dodgers marched down a set of concrete steps leading to an underground weight room, where cases of champagne and beer waited for them.

As the players walked by, their names were chanted by a crowd of Dodgers fans behind their bench. The players acknowledged the cheers and continued down.

When the players disappeared, another chant started, only this one was for someone who hadn't thrown a pitch or taken a single at-bat in the 11-1 victory

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