The reigning NL champs expect to be right back where they were last year: the World Series. Last season the Dodgers fell short in a classic seven-game World Series to the Houston Astros. In 2018, Magic Johnson, Dave Roberts, and the Dodgers hope to provide Hollywood with a different ending.
Offensively, the Dodgers have plenty of firepower and depth. Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager, who each won the NL Rookie of the Year award the past two seasons, will look to improve upon their sensational young careers. 2017 NLCS co-MVP’s Justin Turner and Chris Taylor provide consistency at the top of the order. And in right field, Yasiel Puig continues to be one of the most unpredictable and entertaining athletes in all of sports. Puig Your Friend!
On the mound, Clayton Kershaw will look to continue his unbelievable career. You don’t want to miss one of the best pitchers in baseball history perform during the prime of his career. Following Kershaw, Rich Hill, Alex Wood, Kenta Maeda, and Hyun-Jin Ryu make up one of the deepest and most talented rotations in the majors. In the late innings, Kenley Jansen has established himself as an untouchable closer. His ability to shut the door at the end of games is a huge asset for manager Dave Roberts to utilize.
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In 2018 the Los Angeles Dodgers will look to repeat as NL West champions for the sixth consecutive year. It’s been one of the best stretches in franchise history, and 2018 will hopefully cap off this great run with a World Series championship.