Winning a World Series for the first time in 32 years was huge for the Dodgers and the city of Los Angeles. After so many years of playoff failure and heartbreak, they got it done in a very difficult season.
Despite that, Dodgers players and coaches have expressed a desire to keep winning. Some guys have said they want to win to celebrate the right way, while others talk about getting to win in a full 162-game season. But for Corey Seager, winning changed the entire clubhouse.
In an interview with am570’s David Vassegh this week, Seager talked about the hunger to keep winning championships. He said that LA getting the taste of being on top is fueling them going into 2021.
I think every year you come in hungry. Now you have a taste of what it feels like. Now you almost want it even more — you know what it feels like to be on top and you want to keep doing it. You have to have that mentality coming in every spring, be ready to go and try to win another one.
If that truly is the case, the Dodgers could be in for a whole lot of titles in the near future. That drive combined with the talent they put out on the field can only result in VERY good things.
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Cody Bellinger thinks he has the answer to why baseball isn’t as popular as it used to be. The Dodgers outfielder talked about the long season and how he gets why not all people are into being all-in for the entire year. On the other hand, he’s loved what MLB has done with bringing fans closer to the game.
The Dodgers have one heck of a starting rotation as they kick off their title defense. Recent free-agent signing Trevor Bauer talked about that rotation and how he thinks it is one of the deepest staffs he has ever been a part of. High praise from a guy who has been a part of some really good rotations in his career.