Is Dodgers’ World Series Hangover Real? Orel Hershiser Weighs In Plus an Instant Cure

Orel Hershiser appeared on MLB Network’s High Heat to discuss the current state of the Dodgers with Alanna Rizzo. The former World Series MVP shed light on why the team continues to struggle and offered his take on if they’re experiencing a World Series hangover.

We react to Hershiser’s comments and discuss if World Series hangovers are a myth and if the Dodgers are having one. Plus, an instant cure for the Dodgers hangover.



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  1. Seriously, orel being a dodger should remember the dodgers start of every season. Creap out of the season under 500 then around the first 25 games explode. Some recent seasons have found them waiting until the final 2 months. What am I saying? They will struggle to find there selves until 65 games then roar to the finish. The dodgers have a habit of falling for the dinger and struggle most every season.
    P.S. Rogers questioned the angels using the bunt, but realistic he manages a national l. team, maybe he should use some this for a surprise to the opposition. Change the pressure for the other team.

  2. I think it’s more like they were still high from their World Series win. It carried over for a terrific first couple weeks until the bottom fell out as they came down to earth and realized that while they were WS champions last year, they weren’t this year. Not yet.

    1. A question: If this is the case they start out the season like every other the last 10 years. It takes them 25 games to wake up and then they play like gangbusters. Except one year they played almost win out the last month of the season. Playing great out of the box wass not their M O.

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