Even though Cliff Lee will be waiting in Philly, the Dodgers feel good heading into Game 3 of the NLCS.
The Dodgers have a versatile, reliable group ready to come out of the bullpen, an advantage they plan to rely on against the Phillies in the NLCS.
Matt Holliday inadvertently turned the spotlight on himself, then the Dodgers stole it away.
If Friday's L.A. debut is any indication, Manny Ramirez has put his Red Sox past behind him. And it's unclear who's more energized, Manny or the Dodgers.
The Angels and Dodgers are meeting in the best interleague series of the weekend, and they couldn't be more alike.