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Dylan Hernandez: Ethier doesn't waste chance

CHICAGO - Andre Ethier waited six months for this, seven months, really, if you count the end of spring training.

The monotonous therapy sessions, the periods of despondence and frustration, Ethier endured in the unlikely chance he could live the night he lived Tuesday at Wrigley Field.

In the first at-bat of his first start of this postseason, Ethier was presented with

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