It was a dream week for the Dodgers. LA logged a perfect 7-0 record on the week, including a pair of walk-off wins, to cap off their long homestand. The Dodgers kicked off the week with a three-game sweep of the Rockies, and kept the brooms out when the Cubs came to town.
Let’s take a look at some of the top stories of the week!
For the second time this year, Tyler Anderson was at the center of a controversial play.
Mookie Betts enjoyed his first walk-off of his Dodgers career.
Which was later erased by a scoring change.
Manager Dave Roberts discussed whether or not another MVP would ever get back to his hardware-worthy form.
Speaking of MVP-caliber players, Juan Soto re-entered the chat this week.
Team president Andrew Friedman was also in the news.
Friedman and the Dodgers also got some good news on a pair of injured impact arms.
But one of the biggest stories of the week for the Dodgers was whether or not Clayton Kershaw will start the All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium later this month.
On Sunday, Kershaw starting the All-Star Game got one step closer to becoming a reality.
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