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Roster move is not a stunner for Dodgers

LOS ANGELES_After eight strikeouts in 15 postseason plate appearances, Curtis Granderson lost his spot on the Los Angeles Dodgers' World Series roster. The veteran outfielder and rookie catcher Kyle Farmer were removed to make room for shortstop Corey Seager and pitcher Brandon McCarthy.

Seager missed the National League Championship Series against the Chicago Cubs because of a lower back sprain. The team decided to keep backup infielder Charlie Culberson, who batted .455 in Seager's absence, on

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