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Max Muncy Reveals Thoughts on Dodgers’ Recent Skid

The Los Angeles Dodgers have now lost their last three games, with their latest a 6-4 loss to the New York Mets. The Dodgers have lost five of their last six games, and only have more than four runs in one of those games.

This included their shutout loss last Wednesday when they lost 2-0 to the Washington Nationals. The Dodgers are now just 12-11 and in danger of falling to .500 with another loss to the Mets on Sunday.

The most surprising development of this Dodgers’ losing streak is some of the struggles from their lineup. Even when they’ve gotten hits or players on base, the Dodgers haven’t always been able to turn those into runs. They even left 13 runners on base in Saturday’s loss.

Dodgers’ Max Muncy broke down what’s gone wrong for Los Angeles as of late after their latest loss.

“We’re just searching for the big hit right now and we haven’t had that … Right now we’re beating ourselves more than anything else … It’s one of those things where you have to weather the storm, grind through it, and know that in the end we’re going to be just fine.”

— Max Muncy, via SportsNet LA.

Muncy spoke out earlier this month about wanting to return to his form when he was an All-Star hitter in 2019 and 2021. He has yet to reach that level, and so has much of the rest of the lineup as well.

The Dodgers will need to turn this performance around soon if they want to avoid squandering what is supposed to be a monumental season for the team. The Dodgers have now lost their three recent home series, and are headed back on the road after their final game of the series against the Mets Sunday. If they can’t figure things out on their road trip, they’ll be in a bleak position heading into May.

Photo Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

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Eva Geitheim

Eva graduated from UCLA in 2023 with a bachelor's degree in Communication. She has been covering college and professional sports since 2022.

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