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Dodgers advance to first WS since 1988

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CHICAGO (AP) Enrique Hernandez put a Hollywood ending on an LA story three decades in the making.

Fueled by a home run trilogy from their emotional utilityman, Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers are finally going to the World Series.

Hernandez homered three times and drove in a record seven runs, Kershaw breezed through six crisp innings and Los Angeles ended the Chicago Cubs' title defense with an 11-1 rout in Game 5 of the NL Championship Series on Thursday night.

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AL Runs Scored
Rank Name R
1 A. Judge, NYY128
2t J. Altuve, Hou112
2t G. Springer, Hou112
4 J. Ramírez, Cle107
5 B. Dozier, Min106
6 M. Betts, Bos101
7t E. Andrus, Tex100
7t J. Upton, LAA100
9 F. Lindor, Cle99
10 E. Hosmer, KC98
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NL Runs Scored
Rank Name R
1 C. Blackmon, Col137
2 G. Stanton, Mia123
3 P. Goldschmidt, Ari117
4 D. Gordon, Mia114
5 K. Bryant, ChC111
6 J. Votto, Cin106
7t N. Arenado, Col100
7t C. Yelich, Mia100
9 A. Rizzo, ChC99
10t B. Harper, Was95
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