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Dylan Hernandez: Fans in the stands at Dodger Stadium? ‘It’s going to be kind of surreal’

LOS ANGELES — The speaker’s identity infused gravitas into a cliche that would have sounded empty coming from any other player. “It’s been marked on the calendar for a while now,” Clayton Kershaw said. In some ways, the Dodgers left-hander has waited more than a decade for Friday. He’s pitched some of the most dominant regular seasons in modern baseball history and endured some of the most ...

LOS ANGELES — The speaker’s identity infused gravitas into a cliche that would have sounded empty coming from any other player.

“It’s been marked on the calendar for a while now,” Clayton Kershaw said.

In some ways, the Dodgers left-hander has waited more than a decade for Friday.

He’s pitched some of the most dominant regular seasons in modern baseball history and endured some of the most heartbreaking

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