In the very last moments, when the season could continue for the 106-win Los Angeles Dodgers, when there were six outs to get and at least that many options to get them, their manager, Dave Roberts, may have fallen in love with the name. In the very last moments for these Dodgers, three-time Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw, pitching in relief, allowed the two eighth-inning home runs -- on consecutive pitches -- that tied the score of a game the Dodgers had led for seven innings, that sent the fifth game of the National League Division Series into the ninth inning, then a 10th, where the Washington Nationals finished them. The final score was Nationals 7, Dodgers 3 -- Howie Kendrick hit a grand slam off Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly in the 10th, deadening a full Dodger Stadium that had hosted World Series games the past two Octobers.