Padres-Dodgers might actually become a rivalry

PEORIA, Ariz. — Trent Grisham hit a fastball from Clayton Kershaw and turned to look at his teammates in the dugout as the ball flew over the right-field wall. He waited to start his jog around the bases longer than some Dodgers thought was appropriate. As he made his way from third base to the plate, Grisham heard from the visitors’ dugout. He never slowed but turned their way for a good half-dozen strides to let them hear from him. “It felt a little different,” Grisham said of the Padres’ victory that night, their first against Kershaw since 2013. “It felt more satisfying.” Yes. Finally, it …

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