Dodgers Best Team in MLB, Bauer Trolls Giants, Red Hot Max Muncy & Gavin Lux, Big Injury Updates!

The Los Angeles Dodgers are back to playing like the best team in baseball. LA went 7-0 for the week, completing two sweeps against the Diamondbacks and the Giants and have now won 11 of their last 12 games after losing 15 of 20.

We discuss how the Dodgers have gotten back to their winning ways and why their best baseball is still in front of them.

Next, we discuss the Dodgers elite starting pitching and how Trevor Bauer egging on the San Francisco crowd Friday night further proves he was destined to be a Dodger. Plus, we look at a bad call that could have cost Julio Urias a chance at a perfect game.

On this week’s who’s hot/who’s not, Max Muncy and Gavin Lux have continued to swing hot bats. We discuss Max Muncy’s monster May and Gavin Lux’s breakout season. And finally, big injury updates on Cody Bellinger, Zach McKinstry, Tony Gonsolin, and more!



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Doug McKain

Doug McKain is a lifelong Dodger fan and hosts Dodgers Nation’s “DNpostgame” show online. He also hosts Dodgers DougOut and the LA Sports Report on YouTube. DMAC is also a rabid Lakers fan, and lover of all Los Angeles sports.


  1. I am glad to see Muncy and Lux coming alive with the bat. They see the baseball now, Just keep it going and you guy will be the next superstars. Keep Muncy number 3 and Lux # 5

    1. Dodgers secret anti weapons : a clueless mgr and a useless pitching coach
      Have you ever seen a team team with so many pitchers who cannot hold runners on?
      Managerial strategy, nonexistent

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