BUETANE IS BACK! Walker Buehler Looked Postseason Ready in Dodgers 5-1 Win Over the A’s!

Walker Buehler returned to action for the Dodgers after missing two weeks with a nasty blister on his right index finger. We break down Buetane’s impressive return, postseason matchups, who’s hot and who’s not heading into the postseason, and more!

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  1. These guys are ready to rock in the postseason. Buehler answered the only lingering question. He’s ready to go.

    Seager is having a great year and is an MVP contender. But Betts brings the mental, attitude, teamwork, and leadership to go along with physical abilities. If the Dodgers seal the deal in the postseason, Seager could be the league MVP, but Betts will likely be the team MVP that finally puts the Dodgers over the top. And of course Betts could win the league MVP any year. He’s a total package. There’s nothing he can’t do on a baseball field.

  2. Correction. There is still a lingering question at the closer spot. But there are several guys who can get it done not named Jansen or Kelley.

    1. There is no question, Jansen is the closer. How he will do is another question, but the same question applies to every other player.

  3. Ok, Buehler did a good job. But how was his finger? There was no mention that I saw or heard when they pulled him. And there’s still a question if he’ll last the rest of the season. As for closers, Jansen is number one unless he fails terribly again. All pitchers can be great at one time or another and can look terrible another time.

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