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Dodgers: Cody Bellinger Heats Up At The Best Possible Time

After what was heading into a disappointing 2022 season and having his postseason roster spot in jeopardy, Cody Bellinger found a way to turn it around at exactly the right time. Much faith was being lost in Bellinger, who was experiencing some of the coldest hitless streaks on the team.

Now with the postseason set to begin, Cody may be someone who can be called upon when the team needs him the most. After much suffering, his last 11 games have been a thing of beauty and looks to carry serious momentum into the postseason despite the extended break. 

Bellinger has done his thing in the outfield and has reached base even during his games unable to accumulate hits, but to be hitting a .342 and bringing in 10 RBI’s must be a great feeling for the struggling two-time All-Star. 

On the season, Bellinger has a .210 batting average, but in just the month of October he completely sky rocketed to a .438. The numbers were good enough to boost him seven points in total. 

It remains to be seen just how much trust Dave Roberts will instill into Bellinger but the signs continue to point up. As long as Cody does just enough to help the top of the batting order each night out, he will likely come up with just enough to help the already stacked hitting unit.

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  1. CODY is not an asset, but a liability- He upper cuts most every pitch and does not swing level. It’s time for him to move on to a team ,and coaching staff he will listen to- hopefully. Dodger should put an outfield in the remainder of the series with BETTS, TAYLOR,GALLO, VARGAS, & THOMPSON—Let Cody pinch run ONLY, AND PLAY DEFENSE IN THE LAST 2 INNINGS!!!!!

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