Dave Roberts sees inconsistency but not 'a hangover' in Dodgers' slow start

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Dave Roberts sees inconsistency but not 'a hangover' in Dodgers' slow start
Dave Roberts sees inconsistency but not 'a hangover' in Dodgers' slow start

SAN DIEGO — There are telltale signs of a hangover – a pounding headache, unsettled stomach, dizziness. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts does not believe his team's 5-9 record going into Monday's game qualifies as one. “No, not really,” said Roberts who sought advice this offseason from people in the Seattle Seahawks and Golden State Warriors organizations about the difficulty of rebounding from a deep – and ultimately unsuccessful – postseason run. “I've heard about how it can be tough – the hangover-type thing. We're mindful of it. But I don't think our record right now is reflective of that. We just haven't played good baseball, to be quite honest.” Roberts called the slow start that landed the

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