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Bill Plaschke: 'Frustrating' sums up a season that's now on the brink

LOS ANGELES_Clayton Kershaw blinked hard, looked down, spoke slowly, the pain in his back filling his voice.

"It's beyond frustrating," he said.

The strongest and surest of Dodgers appeared weary and lost, his emotions raw, his uncertainty real.

"To feel like you're out of the woods, feeling healthy, feeling good, then to have that kind of crop up during the game," he said. "Obviously don't know the severity, don't know the length, don't know any of that, but yeah, extremely frustrating, for sure."

Hold that comeback. Reset those fears. Cover your eyes.

In Kershaw's return to the mound Thursday after missing

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