There is no similar championship muscle memory for the 2017 Dodgers. But that doesn't change the way they played as they were running away from the D-backs and the Rockies and the whole sport, when they really were winning, as Torre says, in different ways every day; when they were pitching even when Clayton Kershaw was hurt and Cody Bellinger was hitting all those home runs and Justin Turner, the hardscrabble leader of the team, was playing himself into the All-Star Game. Rich Hill nearly pitched a perfect game. The bullpen looked perfect most of the time. And there was a magazine cover, Sports Illustrated, posing the question of whether or not they might be, well, you know, the best team ever.