It was the coldest of cold nights for the Dodgers bats on Thursday night with LA unable to muster a single hit against the Cubs, who used four pitchers to complete their first combined no-hitter in franchise history. We break down the putrid performance by the Dodgers bats and try to pinpoint why they continue to struggle against teams above .500 this season. Plus, Dave Roberts and Mookie Betts react to the Dodgers’ hitless night.
Next, when asked about the Dodgers slumping offense, Mookie Betts said, “We play 162 games. I don’t know many teams that are hot for 162 games. You go with the waves.” We discuss Mookie’s comments and if this is just a slump or an offense in need of some wholesale changes.
The Dodgers actually picked up a few hits on Friday night but still struggled scoring runs, at least until late. Would it behoove the team to look for a bat on the trade market or could a mindset change make a difference? Maybe someone needs to call Jobu?
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