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Bobby Miller Breaks Silence After Dodgers’ Tough NLDS Exit

After an incredibly disappointing postseason in which the Dodgers were outscored 19-6 by the Arizona Diamondbacks, Dodger Stadium will be empty until next season.

All three Dodgers games in the postseason were disasters from the jump. Clayton Kershaw couldn’t complete an inning after surrendering six runs in the shortest outing of his career, Bobby Miller allowed three runs in the first inning of his postseason debut and Lance Lynn was taken yard four times in the third inning as the Dodgers never saw a lead in the postseason.

For Miller, his breakout season ended with a bitter loss to a division rival as expectations swirled around the Dodgers as they sought another World Series run. Miller shined in his rookie season, starting 22 games with an 11-4 record and a 3.76 ERA and will be a key part of the Dodgers’ starting rotation next season.

Following the Dodgers’ early exit, the 24-year-old posted a collection of photos from his breakout season with the caption: “Grateful for everything this year. We will be back”

The playoffs are a different animal, and it is not uncommon for rookies to struggle on MLB’s biggest stage. Now that Miller has ripped off the proverbial band-aid, he will be prepared for the playoffs if the Dodgers are able to return in 2024.

Photo Credit: Kiyoshi Mio-USA TODAY Sports

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Patrick Warren

Patrick Warren is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California who works to cover the Los Angeles Dodgers with Dodgers Nation. Warren is originally from Chattanooga, TN and is currently based out of Buffalo, NY.

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