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Dodgers Break Another NL Home Run Record with Ocean Polluting 2nd Inning

Bellinger and Seager Go Back To Back

Sep 22, 2017; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers first baseman Cody Bellinger (35) celebrates with shortstop Corey Seager (5) and left fielder Chris Taylor (3) after hitting a three-run home run against the San Francisco Giants in the third inning at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

Dodgers have broken another National League home run record tonight against the San Francisco Giants.

Slugging Into History

The Dodgers have already broken the National League record for home runs in a season, and for how many players have 10+ home runs. Bellinger and Seager put the Dodgers into the record books again tonight. It’s been a ridiculous season all around MLB for home run records, and the Dodgers have most certainly been one of the teams leading that charge. The baseballs in MLB have clearly gone through a ‘juice cleanse.’ Baseballs are leaving the park at record paces. Thankfully for Dodger fans, the Dodgers have benefited from this more than any team in the NL.

Does Bellinger Have One More Record In Him?

With Cody Bellinger hitting his 47th tonight, he has two (and a half as of this writing) more games to tie Shawn Green’s Dodger record of 49. While the Dodgers may be playing in a pitching friendly park to end the season, the Giants pitching staff isn’t exactly at the top. This is something to keep an eye on.

Written by AJ Gonzalez

AJ is a lifelong Dodgers fan who grew up in California. His whole family are also lifelong Dodgers fans. He lives in Tennessee with his wife, daughter, beagle, and strat.

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  1. I’ve been a LOYAL Dodger fan since 1949. Besides, my obvious heroes of that era, the 50’s really sealed the deal. Duke Snider became my “personal” hero. I saw film of a game against the Giants at the Polo Grounds where he used his cleats to scale the outfield wall to rob some Giant of extra bases. He had to be 15 feet up. I was able to see many games v the Reds as Cincy is close to Louisville. I always wanted to see a home game but life is full of wishes. At 75 + that’s remote. GO BLUE and good luck to Will Smith!

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