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Dodgers' Dee Gordon insists he was safe on stolen base attempt
Dodgers' Dee Gordon insists he was safe on stolen base attempt

addCustomPlayer('ldu593w6uwle1vqjtoag0z3qk', '06c7c348-13be-4bf5-b1f0-8f1e92cfcb4c', '1drj500jmo87p1fudpipr8q27s', 600, 418, 'perfldu593w6uwle1vqjtoag0z3qk-1drj500jmo87p1fudpipr8q27s', 'eplayer15', {age:1366016975000}); ATLANTA — Dee Gordon was adamant: When he attempted to steal second base in the ninth inning of the Dodgers' 4-3 defeat to the Atlanta Braves Friday night, he was safe. "I'm not going to harp on what he called, but I thought I was safe," Gordon said. Gordon entered the game as a pinch-runner for catcher A.J. Ellis, who drew a one-out walk in the ninth. With pinch-hitter Andre Ethier at...

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