The realization pounded through Chavez Ravine in rhythm with a stadium that was shaking to its ancient core.
The awareness emerged through Yasmani Grandal’s fist pump, Rich Hill’s leg whip, Justin Turner’s shaggy smile.
The belief resounded throughout the Southland sports landscape with a thumping that could be felt all the way to Chicago, and could you hear it?
The Dodgers can do this. They can really do this.
The feeling was as umistakeable as the first strains of “I Love L.A” that filled Dodger Stadium on Tuesday night when the Dodgers finally put down their gloves after thrashing the Chicago Cubs, 6-0, to take a two-games-to-one lead in the National League...