Angels – Dodgers in L.A.

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41 thoughts on “Angels – Dodgers in L.A.

  1. I have to say it was a lot of fun following the Dodgers on my daughter’s phone. It looked bad at first trailing 5-0, but somehow I had a lot of faith that the Dodgers would put up a fight, based on how they were playing lately. When the score was 6-4, my hopes were rising. They went ahead while we were on the train 7-6, coming home.
    It was 9-6 Dodgers when we broke up, it wasn’t until I got home that I found out they won 12-6.

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  2. Since Joc came back from his latest stint on the DL (after suffering a concussion in the collision with Puig), he is batting .341/.491/.756/1.247 with 4 homers in 13 games.

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  3. It’s weird how these yips of McCarthy’s show up out of the blue. Even with the firepower we’ve been showing lately, my big concern is the pitching. I saw where the Dodgers have been called a juggernaut and a steam roller and I guess we have been lately, but I look for deals to bolster the staff. At least a quality starter.

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  4. It does seem as though the Dodgers struggle against the Angels, but we weren’t going to get three dingers a game indefinitely. Hill gave up three earned runs over seven innings, so I suppose that’s a good start for him.
    I haven’t seen Romo pitch very much this year, but it doesn’t look as though he can be relied on. A bit of a let down can be expected, if that’s what happened last night, and it will interesting to see how they play going into the break.

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  5. MLB has a new Statcast statistic.
    Sprint Speed is Statcast’s foot speed metric, defined as “feet per second in a player’s fastest one-second window.” The Major League average on a “max effort” play is 27 ft/sec, and the max effort range is roughly from 23 ft/sec (poor) to 30 ft/sec (elite). A player must have at least 10 max effort runs to qualify for this leaderboard.

    Bellinger, Cody LAD LF 28.7
    Taylor, Chris LAD 2B 28.5
    Toles, Andrew LAD LF 28.4
    Puig, Yasiel LAD RF 27.7
    Utley, Chase LAD 2B 27.6
    Barnes, Austin LAD C 27.3
    Hernandez, Enrique LAD CF 27.1
    Seager, Corey LAD SS 27.1
    Forsythe, Logan LAD 3B 27.0
    Pederson, Joc LAD CF 26.8
    Turner, Justin LAD 3B 25.9
    Gonzalez, Adrian LAD 1B 24.8
    Grandal, Yasmani LAD C 24.3

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  6. Lineup

    1. Chase Utley (L) 2B
    2. Logan Forsythe (R) 3B
    3. Chris Taylor (R) LF
    4. Cody Bellinger (L) 1B
    5. Austin Barnes (R) C
    6. Joc Pederson (L) CF
    7. Enrique Hernandez (R) SS
    8. Trayce Thompson (R) RF
    9. Kenta Maeda (R) P

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