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Price: Hand issue is 'something I've always had to deal with'
Kelly on hitting Austin: 'One of those that got away'
Austin: 'I had no thought that they were going to throw at me'
Alex Cora says 'spikes were up' on Austin slide
Boone says he is OK with Austin mound charge
|1st||Stanton tripled to deep center, Gardner and Judge scored.||2||0|
|1st||Sánchez homered to left (368 feet), Stanton scored.||4||0|
|1st||Ramírez homered to left (432 feet).||4||1|
|3rd||Austin singled to left, Sánchez scored, Walker to second.||5||1|
|4th||Gregorius hit sacrifice fly to left, Gardner scored.||6||1|
|4th||Sánchez homered to left center (412 feet), Judge scored.||8||1|
|5th||Betts doubled to left, Bradley Jr. scored, Holt to third.||8||2|
|5th||Martinez homered to center (436 feet), Holt, Betts and Ramírez scored.||8||6|
|6th||Stanton singled to center, Gardner scored.||9||6|
|6th||Gregorius hit sacrifice fly to center, Stanton scored.||10||6|
|9th||Bradley Jr. scored, Vázquez to third on wild pitch by Chapman.||10||7|
Washington Nationals say they're not done after KO'ing Dodgers
The Nationals got over their postseason hump, winning their first-ever playoff series in spectacular fashion, and they see no reason to stop now.
First look at Cardinals-Nationals NL Championship Series
It isn't the matchup we were expecting, but there's plenty to digest as St. Louis and Washington square off for a trip to the World Series.
Dodgers fall short of expectations
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Flaherty: The goal had to stay the same
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Kurkjian: Kershaw is 'clearly' not the same pitcher in October
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Kershaw: 'I had one job to do'
Clayton Kershaw feels terrible that he let his teammates down, giving up back-to-back home runs in the 8th inning and a 3-1 lead in Game 5 of the NLDS.