The word got out slowly, but now it’s widely known that Dodgers pitchers put in some work with the folks at Driveline Baseball this off-season. However, it wasn’t fringe pitchers trying to make the roster, these were All-Stars.
Here’s where that storyline began.
Then the Dodgers Signed Alex Wood
The first known Driveline Dodger.
The Kenley Jansen story
The Clayton Kershaw Story
It’s brief, but it seems like Kersh may not have fully understood the program before going…
Joe Kelly Added to the List
The Ross Stripling Side Story
While he’s not fully immersed in the Driveline experience, Chicken Strip is looking to improve his changeup using advanced tech found in the program.
We went in on the subject on our Blue Heaven Podcast last week, mainly on what resurgent Dodger pitching would mean for the 2020 club.
Dodger pitching looks good… is it all thanks to Driveline?
— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) February 29, 2020