It was quiet in the clubhouse that didn’t see baseball players shoot corks at the ceiling Sunday night.
So quiet the noise clubhouse attendants made stretching packing tape over boxes was heard clearly on the other side of the room.
After a second consecutive World Series defeat, some Dodgers, like red-eyed reliever Pedro Baez, were too overcome by emotion to grant interviews.
“I’m sorry, not right now,” he told one reporter in Spanish as he moved away from his locker.
Others milled about their clubhouse just long enough to share their reactions.
“Watching them run out on that field sucks,” infielder Max Muncy said. “It’s a crushing feeling. It’s defeating....