Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Sep 9, 2019.
what worries me is seeing Cody swinging at that back foot inside pitch again
Pitchers are throwing that and the high FB a TON. The opposition knows and can exploit him rather easily.
He can't seem to hit pitches in the zone anymore, either. He's just not a great hitter. He is a pretty good one with a lot of power and plays great D.
He's not the guy we need leading an offense. Nowhere close.
Corey has run into a few pitches lately, but the swing and approach are the same. he does not look primed for sustained success.
Gyrko just seems like the latest hitter who killed it against us but can't hit at all when we need it
I thought granderson was going to be the difference
this guy is just a competitor for the buffet
doesn't even look like a baseball player
enthused the same designer of Camden yards is going to be behind the DS renovation
just wish she could turn the stadium around to face downtown
I prefer the hills to be honest. Makes me forget that I'm in a 3rd world city
Bellinger is clueless.
eh I know what you mean but the skyline is pretty cool at night
Corey is lost.
This offense looks flatter than hammered shit.
Pollock crushing lefties is awesome
if only we listened to Rube and picked up Villar
Caleb looks like dog shit
Rube is moist at this scenario.
The 2018- 2019 dodgers are the most depressing team in the history of the game.
You just know they do not have what it takes
Such a helpless, hoplesss feeling as a fan
Outside of us, the media & the casual fans think LA is King Kong though. The October reality is gonna be a splash of cold water, let me tell you.
I really hope someone on the hitting coach side tells Cody to lay off the inside pitch. I think Cody feels he can golf that pitch out of the park, but that just isn't smart. It's bit him in the ass the past 3 years and it doesn't seem like he's learned.
Seager is so inconsistent. I'm not sure what is going on in his head. Every team, every pitcher, every game I think you have to be flexible and adjust. He seems incapable of doing that.
The way we are playing right now, we may not even have HFA in the NL post season.
Most of the year I was surprised when he didn't hit the ball hard. Now I'm shocked when he does.
This team has no shot with this version of their best player.
Losing to the Orioles this season is about as embarrassing as it gets
its incredible that its back
I'm sure he's heard everyone say he's doing it AGAIN
some of the most frustrating ab's in Dodger history during the WS
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