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    After a 32-year wait, the Los Angeles Dodgers once again reign supreme

    The dust has settled on Major League Baseball in 2020 in what was its most chaotic season since the labor strikes of 1994. After all was said and done, the Los Angeles Dodgers, one of baseball’s most storied franchises, captured their first World Series since 1988 in a thrilling contest against the upstart Tampa Bay Rays.  The victory, assuredly, was more cathartic for no one than it was for Clayton Kershaw, the Dodgers’ ace pitcher. An otherwise top-10 pitcher all-time, Kershaw had been saddled with a (partially deserved) reputation of playoff underperformance. Kershaw and his Dodgers had, over the past decade, entered the postseason with championship aspirations, only to fall…