A Dodgers team that just lost back-to-back ballgames for only the fifth time this year does not figure to go quietly into that good night. The seven runs they scored in the final three innings of Game 2 were evidence.

“We were one swing, one anything away from tying that ballgame and going into extras,” Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager said. “It’s never over until it’s over.”

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No question, this series is not over yet.

But we do have a few questions about where we go from here.

1. Did the Dodgers gain momentum … in a loss?
It’s a potentially ludicrous suggestion, because a loss is a loss is a loss. And the Dodgers’ offense only awoke when the Braves summoned A.J. Minter, the seventh man in their bullpen pecking order, in the seventh inning (leading to Seager’s shutout-snapping three-run homer) and handed an 8-3 lead to long man Josh Tomlin in the ninth.

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