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Dodgers sweep Padres in NLDS behind stellar pitching and offense

ARLINGTON, Texas - The San Diego Padres, the upstart club oozing talent and swagger, were supposed to be the tallest obstacle on the path to another trip to the World Series for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

They were poised to prove they belonged in October and could challenge for the pennant. But they were short-handed, without their two best starting pitchers, for the teams' National League Division Series and the Dodgers showed no mercy.

The Dodgers steamrolled

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