Dodgers take to the field for workout before NLDS

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The Los Angeles Dodgers took to their home field on Wednesday for practice ahead of the National League Division Series against the Atlanta Braves.

Dodgers ace pitcher Clayton Kershaw will actually be starting in Game Two of the series which some say is an interesting decision. He was out tossing the ball around with the team.

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Former Braves outfield Matt Kemp had some jabs across the field for his former teammate Freddie Freeman that he's going to be up against starting Thursday night.

"I hate Freddie. Freddie is a horrible person. [Chuckles] No, uh, Freddie. That's my boy. Like I said, we talk at least once or twice a week, so we're always talking mess to each other. So, it's fun to be able to play against him the in the playoffs and you know, try to get these bragging rights,

Can he [bring it with the trash talk]? Oh, Freddie's one of the best. He's one of the best. Don't let that little pretty smile and all those hugs fool you. He takes and talks trash with the best of 'em."

Former Braves and UGA pitcher Alex Wood is also looking to his former teammates coming to play.

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