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    Bellinger's OPS by month in 2019

    April: 1.397
    May: .998
    June: .967
    July: .952
    August: .918
    September: .891

    His OPS for the season was 1.035. So I think the month of April won him the MVP Award.

    But it's also interesting to note that the monthly splits for OPS drops each month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerdave View Post

    Bellinger's OPS by month in 2019

    April: 1.397
    May: .998
    June: .967
    July: .952
    August: .918
    September: .891

    His OPS for the season was 1.035. So I think the month of April won him the MVP Award.

    But it's also interesting to note that the monthly splits for OPS drops each month.
    Regression to the mean. He was on an all-time level historic pace and pitchers started making all types of adjustments to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerdave View Post

    Bellinger's OPS by month in 2019

    His OPS for the season was 1.035. So I think the month of April won him the MVP Award.

    But it's also interesting to note that the monthly splits for OPS drops each month.
    Be that as it may…

    Would you classify an .891 OPS as struggling?

    And to be clear, that was the WORST OPS in a given month.

    Lamar said he struggled in the 2nd half…

    Wherein he produced a cumulative .922 OPS

    .922 would be eighth best in MLB this year and that would get him MVP votes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GibbyIsMyHero View Post
    Be that as it may…

    Would you classify an .891 OPS as struggling?

    And to be clear, that was the WORST OPS in a given month.

    Lamar said he struggled in the 2nd half…

    Wherein he produced a cumulative .922 OPS

    .922 would be eighth best in MLB this year and that would get him MVP votes.
    .891 is still very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerdave View Post
    .891 is still very good.


    Ultimately, I think if we’re expecting him to be as good or better than his first half of 2019, then we’ve got unrealistic expectations.

    Even when he’s at 100%, he’s never been a perfect hitter. I think he’s more than capable of getting back to being a very productive hitter (.800 OPS). That paired with his defense in CF would make him far more valuable than anything we’d get via trade in this upcoming offseason.
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    6 outs away!

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    Lux's swing looks a lot better since coming back up, much quicker and compact and direct to the ball

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    AHHH so close. 5 outs away when it was broken up. Great game by scherzer

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    I thought Scherzer might've gotten the perfect game, but he left the change up just enough over the plate. The immaculate inning was awesome in the second though

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    I'm a little surprised at how dead this place is. Scherzer just came close to one of the greatest performances in the history of the game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Moves03 View Post
    AHHH so close. 5 outs away when it was broken up. Great game by scherzer
    I wonder if Betts would've gotten a better read on the ball had it been a night game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodgerdave View Post
    I wonder if Betts would've gotten a better read on the ball had it been a night game.
    Maybe, fly balls were such a battle out there today.

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    Scherzer was mind blowing.

    Also worth noting that he didn’t blame anyone for not getting the perfecto (looking at the pitcher I shall henceforth only refer to as Flower Pauer).
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    Looks like we’ve got a 5 man rotation again, fellas.

    I think CK and Goose get quick hooks over the next two games, but they will definitely help save us from taxing and reshuffling the bullpen.

    Hopefully it’s all just in time to make a run at first.

    I don’t see the Padres taking back to back sweeps so the next three games should present an opportunity to inch closer.

    Giants have the season head to head though so we’ve actually gotta make up 4 games and win the division outright if we want to avoid a tiebreaker in SF
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    Did Kershaw even make any rehab starts? If not, he'll be rusty as ****.

    BTW, I'm going to the stadium tonight. I hope the bats get going again in order to give Kershaw some room for error.

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