Dodgers Presser

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  1. Diddy81

    Diddy81 Walk On

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    The Dodgers sit atop the NL standings, what has been the driving force behind this start?


    How has your pitching staff shaped up, who has pitched well and who needs to pitch better for you to win the pennant?


    IS there any other NL team that concerns you , if so who and why?
     
  2. Emmdotfrisk

    Emmdotfrisk Working half days on my days off.

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    First of all thank you for your questions. It is a pleasure to be recognized as a competitive team in the TBL. So far this season our performances at the plate have been superb. from top to bottom I feel our lineup is dangerous and we have many different players step up from game to game. Matt Kemp has played phenomenally for us and has been the catalyst for our offense.

    Our pitching is having a tough time staying consistent. The most consistent pitcher at this point in the season is Charlie Haeger, a righty knuckleball specialist, with 2 wins and a 3.24 ERA. Our big name pitchers such as Billingsley, Kershaw, and Kuroda have to pitch better. Right now we are average giving up 6 runs a game. We need to reduce that to 4 if we want to consistently win games.

    The greatest thing about baseball is any team can beat any other team on a given day. There are a lot of solid teams and owners in the TBL. I don't take any team or game for granted. Last night we won by a Manny 2 run homerun against the Cards (1-7). The game easily could have went the other direction. Although the most dangerous teams in the NL are the Braves, Mets, and Marlins, there are other teams with plenty potential and with almost 2 thirds of a season left anything can happen! Good luck to everyone!
     

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