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Dodgers have decisions to make in quest for World Series return

LOS ANGELES - His eyes gleaming, his season over, Los Angeles Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen stood before a crowd of reporters and issued a declaration.

"This team is not going to give up," Jansen said. "We're going to bring a championship back to L.A. I promise you that."

On any day before Wednesday - on Feb. 1 or July 1 or Oct. 1 - the words would have sounded like a pledge. But Jansen spoke on Nov. 1, minutes after his team lost to the Houston Astros in the

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