Dodgers, down 2-0 to D-backs, look to ‘flip script’

Dodgers, down 2-0 to D-backs, look to 'flip script'

“Nobody dreamed of this,” Mookie Betts said Monday night after his 100-win Dodgers team lost again to a young, scrappy Diamondbacks team to fall into an 0-2 hole in the NLDS. “But you got to play the cards that you’re dealt.”


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