The Dodgers’ real work starts here. Our Blake Harris wrote a piece yesterday looking into their first opponent, the Washington Nationals.
The marathon of 162 has become a sprint towards 11.— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) October 3, 2019
Tomorrow, it begins. #NLDS pic.twitter.com/7sPcDJ4CML
A number of rookies and newcomers contributed to the winningest team in franchise history. A welcoming culture helped them thrive.— Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) October 3, 2019
"Whether you have six months of service time or 13, you can still have that back and forth." https://t.co/8Wr0nESev7
In case you missed it, Corey Seager was involved in a minor traffic incident on Tuesday, but it is not expected to have an impact on his performance in this series.
Could Cody Bellinger’s hot season be a difference maker in how the Dodgers perform in this postseason? Yahoo Sports has a story on this.
FiveThirtyEight wrote a story about how these eight postseason teams were essentially predicted when the season began.
The Astros and Dodgers are the favorites to meet in the World Series, as they did in 2017. If they do, it will make the MLB postseason finale feel like an inevitable conclusion to an incredibly predictable season.
Christian Yelich talked about how the Brewers played during the NL Wild Card on Tuesday.