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Dodgers Notes: Freddie Sets Another Career Mark, Dave Roberts Talks Postseason Plan, Michael Busch Gets Major Award

Freddie Freeman has been one of the best players all season because of his ability to make an impact from behind the plate and on the bases. He set yet another record Monday after recording his 20th stolen base of the year, pulling off a feat only three others have done in MLB history. He never thought he’d reach that milestone.

In other news, Dave Roberts talked about LA’s postseason pitching staff, Roberts is hoping J.D. Martinez remains healthy, and Doc left the door open on Yency Almonte potentially returning this year.

Here are all the top headlines:

Dodgers News: Postseason Pitching Rotation Coming Together for Dave Roberts

Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Keeping Fingers Crossed Regarding JD Martinez Health

Dodgers News: Freddie Freeman ‘Never Thought’ He’d Reach Historic Milestone

Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Leaves Small Door Open for Yency Almonte Return

Dodgers Prospect Michael Busch Named Minor League Player of the Year by Baseball America

Dodgers News: Dave Roberts Talks Confidence in Bobby Miller Starting Postseason Game

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Patrick Warren is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California who works to cover the Los Angeles Dodgers with Dodgers Nation. Warren is originally from Chattanooga, TN and is currently based out of Buffalo, NY.

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