Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by Finski, Aug 25, 2022.
not sure but why are you still looking at it?
Rube likes you style homie.
This dude isn't human right now
No OKC player had hit for the cycle in 11 years until James Outman did it Friday. Well, guess what? He just did it again for the second time in four games!!!
as good as he looked in the show plug the kid in ffs
#Dodgers no. 2 prospect Bobby Miller had one of the best starts of his career today. He struck out a career-best 14 batters and only walked one across 6 two-run innings. He struck out the final 8 batters he faced. #AlwaysLA
Treinen up, Reed DFA...again poor kid
·#Dodgers no. 7 prospect Gavin Stone was superb in his final regular season start this year. His line: 6.0 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 11 K.
Through six Triple-A starts, Stone’s final ERA with OKC an otherworldly 1.16 clip with 12.73 K/9. #AlwaysLA
Also in the same game, Outman hit his 15th HR and has a 1.005 OPS with OKC. Including his time at Tulsa, on the year he played 124 games and hit 31 HRs, scored 100, and drove in 106. Two games remaining.
On the other hand, I can't help but feel that Rios is not a happy camper stuck in AAA. It's got to be hard for him to see Vargas get the call while he doesn't, after he has demonstrated some success in the majors. I get the reason why... I'm not suggesting otherwise. And while I have nothing other than stats to guess where his head's at, his .259 average and .833 OPS (not bad, but he should be raking at that level) suggest he's lost some fire.
rios > gallo
Open roster spot > Gallo
i disagree for a couple of reasons
athleticism and potential for changing a series
while Gallo hasn't shaken off his demons his swing doesn't look like a Cody pretzel
i've just never been that impressed by rios anyway and i'm glad no one talks about him right now
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