Game 6 is next step for Kershaw

Dodgers' ace thrives on chance to put his talent to work under pressure

Updated: October 18, 2013, 3:20 PM ET
By Ramona Shelburne | ESPNLosAngeles.com

The rules at this time of year are pretty straightforward. Ten minutes after the conclusion of the game, the losing manager is required to be in the interview room. There's no real time to digest the events that conspired to land him in this room. Perspective is whatever comes out of his mouth, and from his gut, when he's asked a question.

Some managers ramble on as the thoughts and emotions from the game bounce off each other. Others get emotional.

Ten minutes after the Los Angeles ...

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