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Dodgers Notes: Padres Win World Series of Mean Signage, LA in Korea Next Season, CT3’s Success & More

Well, looks like it wasn’t Clayton Kershaw that ended the weekend in tears as it was the San Diego Padres that fell to the Dodgers in their best of three series. However, we are getting right back to business on Monday as we start off a brand new series against the Milwaukee Brewers… stay poised!

But never fear, we have plenty of news to share with you about the Boys in Blue continuing to show why they rule the NL West. Continue scrolling to find out!

Also, don’t forget the Padres are winless in the post “Crying Kershaw” era.

So congrats on the World Series of mean signage, Pads!

In other news, the Dodgers and Padres may take the rivalry international with a series in South Korea on the table for next season, according to reports.

Mookie Betts on the 6,000 mile road trip: “We’ll see when the time comes. South Korea, man, that’s something new to me. I’ve got to go to bed thinking about that. I don’t know how I feel about it just yet.”


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