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Dodgers' relentless offense helps erase pitching debacle in 8-7 win over Diamondbacks

LOS ANGELES - For most of their season-opening four-game series against Arizona Diamondbacks, the Los Angeles Dodgers played like the vastly superior team, like a club primed to ravage through the National League West as most prognosticators, human and machine, project. But for a few innings in their 8-7 win Sunday, after another pitching debacle cost them a comfortable lead, the Dodgers appeared headed to a sour series

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