It’s time for the Dodgers to be recognized by the fans for their efforts all season long as voting for the All-MLB teams has officially opened. Voting will be open until November 22 at 5 P.M. eastern time.
The Dodgers highlight the list with eight players making the list. There are too many great players to choose from but it’s safe to say Dodgers fans will do what they can to vote their guys in.
Among the Dodgers to be on the ballot include Freddie Freeman, Trea Turner, Will Smith, Mookie Betts, Tyler Anderson, Tony Gonsolin, Julio Urias and Evan Phillips for their respective positions. This means at-least one Dodgers is available to vote on each position except second base, third base and designated hitter.
Which players were the best of the best this past season?
— MLB (@MLB) November 10, 2022
All players are deserving, but to see so many Dodgers recognized for their accomplishments all season long only furthers the notion of how great the team played despite a disappointing end. This also pushes the narrative that the Dodgers are poised for big things next season assuming they can bring their key pieces back for one more season.
The pitching woes remained a consistent issue at the end of the season but all eyes remain on what Turner will do this off-season. Turner will likely break the bank but it seems more than ever that the Dodgers will do whatever it takes to bring Turner back for at-least another season.
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