Dodgers News: L.A. Showing Flashes of 2013’s 42-8 Run


The Dodgers have been running on all cylinders over the last two weeks.

Their success goes all the way back over the course of their last 50 games where they are sporting a 36-14 record.

It is no 42-8… at least not yet. The team has now won 11 of their last 12 games after they obliterated the New York Mets on Tuesday night when they took game two of the four game series.

Much of this could be credited to Cody Bellinger who has been on a home run barrage since he arrived to the team on April 25. More than just Bellinger is hitting home runs, as the Dodgers have just had their most powerful stretch of games in over 100 years.

And finally, what has gone unnoticed due to the ultimate offensive powerhouse the offense has become is the fact that Kershaw, Wood and McCarthy have become the best top three rotation in all of baseball.

Courtesy of Joe Davis, he tweeted this before McCarthy took the mound last night, where he added six shutout innings to their stats.

The 2017 Dodgers seem to have everything that the 2013 Dodgers have and more…

Let’s not forget that the 2013 team was one game and a Hanley Ramirez broken rib away from the World Series that year.

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Written by Trevor Vernola


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