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Dodgers' tear continues with victory over Marlins 3-2

On Sunday morning, Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen told Dave Roberts that his flu had faded. Jansen had pitched the first night of this series, but Roberts still felt cautious about his usage. The symptoms, as Jansen described them, were not pleasant, a combination of feverish nights and gastro-intestinal woes that began just after the All-Star game.But Jansen wanted the baseball, and so, in the eighth inning of a 3-2 victory over Miami, he started to warm up. There was a runner at first base and two outs. Roberts elected to remove reliever Brandon Morrow and give Jansen a chance for his ninth multi-inning save of the season. Jansen jogged to the mound, only to realize the lingering effect of his illness.“Yo ...