Found January 19, 2012 on dodgers.com:
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Fans can vote on the Dodgers' greatest moment of 2011 at lasports.org. The three Dodgers nominees are: Andre Ethier's 30-game hitting streak; Clayton Kershaw's Cy Young Award; and Matt Kemp's run at the Triple Crown.
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