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Dodgers: Watch All 14 Pitches from Chris Taylor’s Epic At-Bat



The Dodgers won their 32nd game of the season on Monday and those watching the game got a real treat. In the 6th inning with the score knotted at 3-3, LA utility man Chris Taylor came to the plate with the bases loaded and ready to face Cardinals left-hander Génesis Cabrera.

What happened next was an at-bat for the ages.

Here’s a look at all 14 pitches.

Taylor saw 14 pitches, 3 of which were called balls. He fouled off 9 pitches.

After the game, he talked about the moment.

He added that the at-bat became fun “when I hit the double,” in true Chris Taylor form. Dave Roberts said of the at-bat that he “knew he was not going to be denied.”

CT3 finished the night going 3-4 with 4 RBI and 2 runs scored. He’s batting .280 this season and his OPS is up to .889.

Chris Taylor is a bad man… and the Dodgers better pay him this coming offseason.

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  1. Reminiscent of the Alex Cora (yes, that Alex Cora) 18-pitch at bat that ended with him hitting a game winning home run.

  2. He’s a player you can not leave off the daily line-up. He can play any position, any spot of the batting order, plus arm, plus speed, excellent smarts of the game. A blue collar type player w/ no complaints and very trustworthy on the field. He won’t “Wow” you w/ anything flamboyant, but he can give 100% of effort to produce. The only excitement he had getting that big bases clearing double after fighting off 14 difficult pitches was him just standing on 2nd clapping his hands & dunking on his head. That’s just him…cool and nonchalant.

  3. Guys on MLB network just gave a complete analysis of his AB on was totally on point on what was going on between CT3, Molina, and the pitcher. Molina changed up 4 sets of pitches, even called time for a 5th set w/ runner on 2nd, the guy threw the whole kitchensink @ CT3 w/ 4 seamer 99 mph to 87mph curves to 82mph change ups. What a grinder, CT3! Again just standing @ 2nd after the fight w/ no cracking of a smile, soft clapping and slow head-dunking.

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