After a dreaded regular season filled with injuries and offensive career lows across the board, Cody Bellinger has taken advantage of the clean slate offered by the start of the postseason.
Bellinger has put his stamp on both of the Dodgers’ playoff wins this October. First, the former MVP reached base three times in LA’s Wild Card Game win over the Cardinals, including a key two-out walk that led to Chris Taylor’s dramatic walk-off home run that sent the Dodgers to the NLDS. Then, Bellinger came up big again last night against San Francisco.
The 2-time all-star cranked a 2-run double off the wall in left center that sparked the Dodgers’ offensive explosion where LA’s bats erupted for nine runs on the night, helping them even the National League Division Series vs. the rival Giants at one game apiece. We discuss if Bellinger’s play over the first three games of the 2021 postseason has earned him a spot as an everyday starter and we break down the adjustments he’s made at the plate.
Plus, who will start at first base for the Dodgers in Game 3 of the NLDS?
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