In a season overflowing with accolades for the Dodgers, the team may have gotten their most important achievement. With the Astros loss on Friday, the Dodgers officially clinched home field advantage throughout the entire playoffs, including the World Series.
A team that has clicked all season long led by their All-Stars Mookie Betts, Trea Turner and Freddie Freeman and doing a lot of the heavy lifting without their complete pitching unit is something many teams should fear. The Dodgers slowly are getting stronger as the weeks come, and with the first round bye, the Dodgers have even more time to prepare.
It’s hard to rank all the achievements the Dodgers have accumulated while torching the entire league. Among the best include breaking their franchise record for wins (and counting), being the first team to reach 100 wins this season and being the first team to clinch the playoffs with first round byes and home field advantage through the NLCS following suit.
The Astros took an L tonight, meaning the Dodgers have home-field advantage in the World Series if they get there.
— Dodger Insider (@DodgerInsider) October 1, 2022
The achievements are something to be grateful for, but of course, it will all come to waste if the Dodgers don’t end up with a World Series championship. Titles measure accomplishment in Major League Baseball. Fortunately… the Dodgers are well on their way.
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