The Dodgers offense is still burning hot, making it difficult to pick the top performer of the series against the Colorado Rockies. It was a close call between Cody Bellinger, who was the player of the series twice in a row, and Max Muncy, who started in just two games.
Muncy prevailed with the huge impact he had while making just two starts in the three-game set. In eight at bats, Muncy hit 0.625 while knocking two home runs and hitting a triple. He batted in six of the Dodgers’ 29 total runs scored - the most of any other player on the squad.
He also didn’t record a single strikeout.
Here are his stats from his series against the Rockies:
|8 AB||3 R||5 H||2 HR||6 RBI||3 BB||0 K||0.625 AVG|
Lastly, Muncy hit a bomb to extend the Dodgers home run streak to 10 consecutive games.
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