Tag Archives: Chris Hatcher

Succesful May bullpen is in the books

Overall Record 33 wins / 21 losses May Record – 19 wins / 9 losses Position – 1st place /  half a game in front of the both the Rockies and Diamondbacks Dodgers led the NL in pitching fWAR with 5.5, closest team was 4.0. Dodger led the NL in starting pitching fWAR with 3.7 barely …

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Updated May Stats – Wood rules the roost

May Record – 17/8 National League West Position – 2nd place, 1 1/2 games back of the Rockies who have gone 17/9 in May.  The Good Stuff: Alex Wood has been the best pitcher for the month and since he is now on the DL, that won’t change any. The bullpen has been unbelievable. Josh …

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Dodgers close out April with a sweep

The in an out of April ended with the Dodgers sweeping a three game set from the Phillies giving them a winning record for April at 14 – 12 and a nice four game winning streak to take into May. The offense basically did it on the backs of Justin Turner and Corey Seager with …

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Hatcher and Stripling survive final cuts

Adam Liberatore and Josh Fields were optioned to the minors yesterday giving the Dodgers their full pitching staff. Not quite full with Baez headed to the DL. The pitching staff looks set for the time being, but it won’t be long before changes are made. Starting Rotation – Kershaw, Maeda, Hill, Ryu, McCarthy Right-Hand Bullpen …

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Having fun with LAD spring stats

By March 20th it is fun to look at spring stats just because they are the only stats we got to work with.  Hitting: Grandal leads the team in hits with 14 Grandal leads the team in extra base hits with 7 Brett Eibner leads the team in doubles with 4 Erick Mejia has two …

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ha ha ha

If you are going to give up fourteen runs in a game, the best possible time to do it is in the 9th inning of a cactus league game when many of the sold out crowd were already heading home and with names like Istler, Griggs, Paredes, and Hooper. What a hitting parade by the …

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Cody Bellinger puts his skills on display

With Adrian Gonzalez ailing, and headed out to represent Mexico in the WBC, Dodger fans are going to get to see a lot of number one prospect Cody Bellinger.  I suspect they will like what they see. Today, Cody put some of his skills on display. In his first at-bat,  he struck out on a …

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Building the LAD bullpen with BPV

One of the biggest questions headed into spring is who will comprise the LAD bullpen. Last week we looked at who the best options for the rotation were based on the BPV formula used by Baseball HQ to determine skills levels of pitchers. Again, this is how the BPV formula is calculated: Pitching BPV: ((Dominance …

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