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Dodgers Season Ends

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Russell Martin, Andre Ethier and Manny Ramirez look on as their season goes up in dust. AP Photo/David J. Phillip

The improbable season ended tonight with the Dodgers losing to the Phillies 5-1. I just got back home from the Stadium and need time to collect my thoughts.

Congratulations on the Dodgers for making it to the NLCS for the first time in 20 years. And good luck to the Phillies as they face, presumably, the Tampa Bay Rays starting next Wednesday. The Phillies were the better team in the series.