Everyone knows that the Dodgers have been playing out of their skin over the past couple of months.
Nobody realized that they are doing even better than they look. They have now won 25 of their last 29 games and just became the first team in Major League Baseball to reach the 60 win mark.
— MLB (@MLB) July 9, 2017
They are only the fourth team to hit 60 wins before the All-Star break in the Wild Card era.
After Saturday’s win against the Kansas City Royals, they are now on pace for 109 wins in 2017. It would be the most in a season for a National League team since the Pirates in 1909.
The Dodgers enter the final day of the first half on-pace for 109 wins. That'd be the most in the NL since 1909 (Pirates).
— Joe Davis (@Joe_Davis) July 9, 2017
With all of this happening, we have not even covered the most unbelievable statistic the Dodgers have put up.
The Dodgers have won the last 38 games in which they have led, meaning that if at any point the Dodgers took a lead in a baseball game they have won it the last 38 times.
— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) July 9, 2017
The 2017 Dodgers are showing obvious strengths that even the 2013 “42-8″ Dodgers did not have. We might be in for something special from them this season.
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