Are you over it yet?
Sigh. Same here. Too soon.
The way the Dodgers’ 2017 season ended was numbing in its finality. Shortly before 9 p.m. Wednesday, seven months of a city’s hopes instantly disappeared, as if summer itself was hurriedly swept out of the Dodger Stadium into the cooling November air.
Just like that. Finished in nine measly innings. Gone was a championship close enough to touch. Gone was a parade route that already had been arranged. Gone was a team that was going to be remembered forever, but, instead, will be mourned all winter.
One moment Corey Seager is hitting a ground ball toward shallow right field and lumbering to first, and the next moment,...