On a day that saw the Los Angeles Dodgers fall to the Philadelphia Phillies, Dave Roberts and company watched Bryce Harper catch the final out before their attention was turned to Phillies reliever Hector Neris, who celebrated his save with an emphatic “F*** you!” directed at the boys in blue. Instead of matching the intensity, the Dodgers stood impassive. This wasn’t a heavyweight title fight; it was a bully absorbing punches with a stoic grin.

Jason Smith and special guest Dan Beyer dissect the Dodgers seemingly emotionless response. The Phillies saw this series as a chance to prove they are a true contender, hence the shouting and brash attitude. Dodgers, on the other hand, have lost two straight World Series and have only one goal in mind, not to lose a third straight. The Dodgers were unimpressed by a Phillies team that was seeking to be the threat that Los Angeles already is.

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