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Manny machado delivered some offese but it was not enough as the Dodgers fell to the Milwaukee Brewers 5-2 on Monday night.  Dodger pitching did not get the job done in this ballgame and the offense came up short as well. 

Max Muncy

Maxwell Muncy is a name that needs no introduction. The Texas born has made quite the name for himself during his short time with the LA Dodgers. He's a vital part of the Dodger's infield and obviously we see him in the team for several years to come. Munch can play eithr first base, second base, or third base at the major League level.  He initially came up on a Minor League deal but realistically he could be a contributor for the Los Angeles Dodgers for a long time to come.

Let's talk about all the information we have about Max Muncy and his career before he made it to the big leagues and played for the Dodgers.  We shall see what type of impact he has on the remaining LA Dodgers schedule in 2018 and beyond. 

Life Story

Born in Midland, Texas, the guy has always had quite a knack for playing baseball. He attended the Keller High School in his home town and later on, the Cleveland Indians actually drafted him for the MLBs, but he refused to sign with them. Yes, a small town baseman actually sad no to an MLB team. He went on and played college baseball for the Baylor Bears for a couple of years where he made a decent reputation for his skills. During his time at the college, he had a batting average of .311 and managed to bang out 27 home runs. A great score for a rookie still learning the ropes.  Muncy was already showing substantial pop and power at the plate. 

Career in Baseball

Three years after declining the Indians' offer, Oakland Athletics made their move for Muncy. This time, he didn't make the mistake of saying no to a Major League team. He made his pro debut with the Burling Bees of the Class A Midwest League hitting .275/.383/.432 with four home runs in 64 games. He spent the greater part of his professional career bouncing between minor league team. He debuted at the MLB in 2015 but only stayed with them for a year. The Athletics put him on the shelf for some time and would go on to release him shortly. A great blow to the young star, but he had only good things coming to him.

Los Angeles Dodgers

2017 was the year Muncy signed a minor league contract with the LA Dodgers. The Dodgers put him with the Oklahoma City Dodgers. In a total of 109 minor games, he hit .308 and 12 homers with 44 RBIs. His performance was decent and soon he got called over to the Dodgers early on in the 2018 season. His performance would continue to amaze and open eyes. He hit his 20th home run for the Dodgers in his 183rd at bat which was a franchise record for the Dodgers. Due to his impressive batting, he was a viable candidate for the All Star Final vote for the 2018 MLB All Star Game. However, he would fall short and became a runner up. He would also go on to accept the offer to participate in the Home Run Derby. He beat Javier Baez but would eventually fall short to Bryce Harper in the semis.

Muncy continues to power the LA Dodgers lineup.  The Dodgers just recently acquired Manny Machado prior to the trade deadline for 2018, and the expectation is that Machado wil help improve the weakest part of the club which has been hitting.  It will be very exciting for fans to see if max Muncy and Manny Machado can provide enough firepower to get the LA Dodgers back to the World Series in 2018. 

 

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NL West Standings

1. Arizona 64-52

2. Los Angeles 63-52

3. Colorado 60-54

4. San Francisco 57-58

5. San Diego 45-71

The Dodgers are locked in a fierce playoff battle as we head into the final quarter of the season.  The trade for Manny Machado has helped but make no mistake the Rockies and Dbacks are not going away.  This looks set for an epic rush to the finish line in the NL West in 2018.

Athletics 3 Dodgers 2

Clayton Kershaw gave the Dodgers six solid innings on the mound, but the Dodgers offense could not produce enough to get the job done.

Dodgers 3 Astros 2

Walker Buehler gave the LA Dodgers five and a third innings of solid work and the Dodgers defeated the Houston Astros 3-2 on Sunday to bounce back from a horrible beating on Saturday.  Buehler struck out eight Astros and the bullpen cleaned up the remainder of the game flawlessly. 

Manny Machado had three hits an scored two runs for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Los Angeles Dodgers Schedule – July in Review

The month for the LA Dodgers was just plain magical. They managed to establish themselves as the best in baseball with their phenomenal performance. The numbers are just mindblowing. They won 20 of their 23 games in the month of July. They also managed a .870 winning percentage that is a franchise best since 1913. Before July 2018, the closest they came to beating the 1913 record was in 1962 with 20-6 and .769 and in 2013 with 19-6  and .760.

The Dodgers also managed two winning streaks. The first was an 11-game streak and the second was an 8 game streak that is currently still active.  July was a major month for the Los Angeles Dodgers as they basically crept back towards the front of the pack in the NL West and kept clawing their way forward.  July seems like the month when the team woke up.

There was also an enormous trade in July for the LA Dodgers.  The Dodgers obtained superstar slugger Manny Machado from the Baltimore Orioles.  The orioles were going nowhere fast and found themselves over 40 games out of first place in the AL East.  Machado is a free agent after this season so they needed to get something for him.

Who knows if Manny Machado signs a free agent contract with the Dodgers?  How much money does Manny Machado make?  We will find out later.  The big question now is if Manny Machado combined with Muncy can generate enough offense for the Dodgers to avoid a Wild Card play in game and win the NL West.

Batter of July

Chris Taylor was by far the MVP with his .394/.412/.660 in July. He led the Dodgers in hits, runs scored, RBI, doubles and triples. Corey Seager also had a good month with a 1.010 OPS and six home runs leading the Dodgers.

The Dodgers offense has been a challenge all season.  If the Dodgers hit the ball better the first two months of the season, they might have a twelve game lead right now.  The Dodgers trade for Manny Machado is designed to fix this problem.  We shall see if it works. 

Pitcher of July

Rich Hill was the pitcher of the month. He had 4-0 in five starts with an ERA of 1.45. Hill managed 40 strikeouts against 5 walks in 31 innings pitched. Clayton Kershaw had a good month with 3-0 in four starts but he would soon make his way to the disabled list. He had 33 strikeouts in 25 innings pitched.

What are Clayton Kershaw’s stats in 2018?

The Standings

Just like the June standings, the Dodgers are at the top of the mountain and it doesn’t look like they'll come off the top anytime soon.

Team

W

L

PCT

GB

Runs Scored

Runs Allowed

Dodgers

21

7

0.750

---

157

96

Diamondbacks

17

9

0.417

9

152

101

Rockies

15

15

0.500

5.5

101

137

Padres

11

14

0.560

8.5

109

129

Giants

9

18

0.333

11.5

141

160

 

The standings for the 2018 season are as follows:

Team

W

L

W-L%

GB

Runs Scored

Runs Against

Dodgers

54

28

0.659

---

428

281

Diamondbacks

50

31

0.617

3.5

422

317

Rockies

48

34

0.585

6

416

380

Padres

33

47

0.413

20

291

405

Giants

31

51

0.378

23

324

413

 

Who won the NL West in 2018?

Who is leading the NL West this season?

Game of the Month

It's pretty difficult to pick out one game that stood out from the rest. You could pick the 3-2 walk off win against the Giants where Kyle Farmer delivered a game winning double in his first MLB appearance.

The second 5-run comeback of the season for the Dodgers is also a viable candidate. Justin Turner hit a walk-off single to beat Minnesota Twins. But, the personal favorite would be where Fernando Rodney is still looking for that first out of the inning. Trailing the Arizona Diamondbacks 4-1 with three outs to go, the Dodgers would get three hits and four walks off Rodney before he would walk off with a tied game and bases loaded. Chris Taylor would single home the winning run and the Dodgers recorded their first of six series sweeps in July.

Batting Statistics in July

Player

AB

R

H

HR

RBI

SO

PA

BA

OBP

SLG

OPS

Turner

65

18

27

5

13

5

79

0.415

0.519

0.692

1.211

Pederson

56

14

17

6

13

13

69

0.304

0.435

0.714

1.149

Bellinger

105

22

30

13

27

32

119

0.286

0.361

0.743

1.104

Seager

80

19

25

5

15

21

94

0.313

0.415

0.575

0.99

Puig

84

12

25

6

13

14

99

0.298

0.394

0.571

0.965

Hernandez

64

8

12

4

7

22

74

0.188

0.297

0.422

0.719

Taylor

97

15

22

3

14

32

108

0.227

0.306

0.402

0.708

Utley

69

9

14

2

7

13

82

0.203

0.317

0.377

0.694

Grandal

82

11

18

5

7

27

85

0.22

0.247

0.427

0.674

Forsythe

84

14

18

1

5

24

99

0.214

0.323

0.274

0.597

Gonzalez

28

1

6

0

3

5

31

0.214

0.258

0.286

0.544

Starters

814

143

214

50

124

208

939

0.263

0.356

0.51

0.866

Thompson

12

1

3

1

1

2

15

0.25

0.4

0.583

0.983

Barnes

40

7

12

2

10

9

48

0.3

0.417

0.525

0.942

Gutierrez

21

2

4

0

4

6

23

0.19

0.261

0.19

0.451

Eibner

10

0

1

0

0

5

11

0.1

0.182

0.1

0.282

Freeman

5

0

0

0

0

2

5

0

0

0

0

Bench

88

10

20

3

15

24

102

0.227

0.333

0.375

0.708

 

Pitching Statistics in July

Pitcher

G

GS

W

L

IP

BB

SO

ERA

WHIP

FIP

Maeda

3

3

2

1

16

4

18

1.69

0.813

2.82

Wood

4

4

3

0

25.7

5

27

2.1

0.74

2.36

Kershaw

6

6

5

0

40.3

10

57

2.23

0.843

3.31

McCarthy

5

5

1

2

25.3

8

16

3.2

1.145

3.45

Ryu

5

5

1

1

26.7

5

27

4.73

1.425

5.09

Hill

5

5

2

2

25

14

29

5.04

1.4

4.42

Starters

28

28

14

6

159

46

174

3.17

1.057

3.6

Jansen

12

-

2

0

14

1

18

0

0.357

0.99

Morrow

8

-

1

0

9.7

1

13

0

0.517

1.07

Stewart

2

-

0

0

5

1

5

0

0.4

2.34

Ravin

1

-

0

0

2

0

2

0

0.5

1.14

Baez

12

-

2

1

11.3

3

11

1.59

1.5

2.87

Dayton

13

-

0

0

10.3

6

11

1.74

0.968

4.01

Maeda

2

-

0

0

5

0

7

1.8

0.6

2.94

Romo

7

-

0

0

6.7

4

10

5.4

1.65

7.79

Avilan

10

-

1

0

6.3

2

6

5.68

2.053

2.19

Hatcher

7

-

0

0

8.7

7

11

8.31

1.615

6.02

Stripling

5

-

0

0

7.7

4

6

9.39

2.478

6.53

Fields

6

-

1

0

5.7

4

6

11.12

1.765

14.61

Relievers

85

0

7

1

92.3

33

106

3.51

1.191

4.09

 

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Dodgers Obtain Manny Machado

The Dodgers pulled off the much anticipated trade for Manny Machado around the All Star Break.  Baltimore is going nowehere fast and the whole planet knew the Dodgers were going for Machado.  Who knows what this means long term for the club, but for this World Series push right now Machado and his bat are members of the LA Dodgers. 

Though the pitching has been a bit up and down this season, the main challenge has been the offense.  Too many games see the starter run out a solid outing only to see the Dodgers offense come up with three or fewer runs.  Machado definitely helps this big time.

The NL West is wide open.  No team appears dominant in any way whatsoever.  There's no reason why the Dodgers could not win the NL West and make a push in the postseason.  

Dodgers 4 Padres 2

Kenta Maeda gave the Dodgers a great effort on the mound and the LA Dodgers defeated the San Diego padres 4-2.  Maeda went five and change innings and fanned nine Padre hitters.  The bullpen cleaned it up from that point and on in this ballgame.

Matt Kemp and Cody bellinger each had two hits.  

Padres 4 Dodgers 1

Rich Hill gave the Dodgers a decent effort on the hill, but the offense was simply non-existent and the Dodgers dropped a crucial game to the San Diego Padres.  Caught in a fierce battle with the Diamondbacks, the LA Dodgers need to win games like this but the offense just did not have it.

Rich Hill went seven full innings and gave up four earned runs for the Dodgers.  

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Los Angeles Dodgers June Results

This was, by far, the best month for the Dodgers this season. Their start was left a bit to desire, but they really caught up in July. Riding the coattails of their success in the late stages of May, they really gained serious momentum and were able to propel themselves this month.

Dodgers actually broke their franchise record for homers in a month and were able to hit a total of 55.

Record

The Dodgers had  a winning streak of 10 and six games in June that really put them ahead in the league. They went on to win three of every four games and matched their own record of 21 wins in June.

To say that the Dodgers played impeccably would be a huge understatement. Their offense was just amazing as they scored 5.61 runs per game. Along with their record for most franchise homers, they really meant business this month.

The record was 21-7 for this month. The Dodgers scored 157 runs at 5.61 runs per game and allowed only 96 runs. Their Pythagorean winning percentage was .711.

Standings

Dodgers were the best performing team in the entire month. Diamondbacks are number two but they only managed to maintain a record of 17-9, putting them behind the Dodgers. A table of standings for the month of June is down below:

Team

W

L

Pct

GB

Runs Scored

Runs Allowed

Dodgers

21

7

0.750

---

157

96

Diamondbacks

17

+

0.417

3

152

101

Rockies

15

12

0.500

5.5

101

137

Padres

11

14

0.260

8.5

109

129

Giants

9

18

0.333

11.5

141

160

 

If you look at the NL West Standings through June, you'll see a pretty similar picture with the Dodgers firmly sitting pretty at the top spot.

Team

W

L

Pct

GB

Runs Scored

Runs Allowed

Dodgers

54

28

0.659

--

428

281

Diamondbacks

50

31

0.617

3.5

422

317

Rockies

48

34

0.585

6

416

380

Padres

33

47

0.413

20

291

405

Giants

31

51

0.378

29

342

413

 

The MVPs

There were more than one or two people that carried the Dodgers to victory. The whole team played phenomenally. But, we'll talk about the best batters and the best pitchers that literally pushed Dodgers to the top of the table.

Batter of June

The competition was between Justin Turner and Cody Bellinger. However, we have to side with Justin Turner even though he had just two-thirds of the plate appearances as compared to Bellinger. Turner hit a mind-boggling .415/.519/.692 with five home runs to his name. He had twice as many walks than strikeouts with 11 walks and five strikeouts. But, take nothing away from Bellinger, he was incredibly impressive. He hit .286/.361/.743 and 27 RBI with 13 home runs. Just two home runs short of the franchise's record in a month. Bellinger might just snag the National League Player of the Month Award for June.

Player

AB

R

H

HR

RBI

BB

SO

PA

BA

OBP

OPS

Turner

65

18

27

5

13

11

5

79

0.415

0.519

1.211

Pederson

56

14

17

6

13

11

13

69

0.304

0.435

1.149

Bellinger

105

22

30

13

27

13

32

119

0.286

0.361

1.104

Seager

80

19

25

5

15

13

21

94

0.313

0.415

0.99

Puig

84

12

25

6

13

14

14

99

0.298

0.394

0.965

Hernandez

64

8

12

4

7

10

22

74

0.188

0.297

0.719

Taylor

97

15

22

3

14

11

32

108

0.227

0.306

0.708

Utley

69

9

14

2

7

11

13

82

0.203

0.317

0.694

Grandal

82

11

18

5

7

3

27

85

0.22

0.247

0.674

Forsythe

84

14

18

1

5

14

24

99

0.214

0.323

0.597

Gonzalez

28

1

6

0

3

2

5

31

0.214

0.258

0.544

Starters

814

143

214

50

124

113

208

939

0.263

0.356

0.866

Thompson

12

1

3

1

1

3

2

15

0.25

0.4

0.983

Barnes

40

7

12

2

10

8

9

48

0.3

0.417

0.942

Gutierrez

21

2

4

0

4

2

6

23

0.19

0.261

0.451

Eibner

10

0

1

0

0

1

5

11

0.1

0.182

0.282

Freeman

5

0

0

0

0

0

2

5

0

0

0

Bench

88

10

20

3

15

14

24

102

0.227

0.333

0.708

Pitchers

49

4

4

0

7

4

16

56

0.082

0.148

0.271

Offense

951

157

238

53

146

131

248

1097

0.25

0.343

0.821

 

Pitcher of June

This one has to go to Clayton Kershaw. The highlight of the Dodgers was 5-0 with a 2.23 ERA and struck out 57 batters. This was his fourth-most strikeouts on a month.

Along with Kershaw, there is one Kenley Jansen that also deserves to be mentioned. He allowed six runners to reach base and struck out 18 in 14 innings. He saved a total of ten games in the month including four saves of four or more outs. Another player worth discussing would be Alex Wood, who was also really good. He posted an ERA of 2.10 but only make four starts during the month.

Pitcher

G

GS

W

L

IP

H

HR

BB

SO

HBP

ERA

Maeda

3

3

2

1

16

9

1

4

18

2

1.69

Wood

4

4

3

0

25.7

14

1

5

27

2

2.1

Kershaw

6

6

5

0

40.3

24

7

10

57

0

2.23

McCarthy

5

5

1

2

25.3

21

1

8

16

1

3.2

Ryu

5

5

1

1

26.7

33

7

5

27

0

4.73

Hill

5

5

2

2

25

21

3

14

29

3

5.04

Starters

28

28

14

6

159

122

20

46

174

8

3.17

Jansen

12

-

2

0

14

4

0

1

18

1

0

Morrow

8

-

1

0

9.7

4

0

1

13

1

0

Stewart

2

-

0

0

5

1

0

1

5

1

0

Ravin

1

-

0

0

2

1

0

0

2

0

0

Baez

12

-

2

1

11.3

14

1

3

11

0

1.59

Dayton

13

-

0

0

10.3

4

1

6

11

0

1.74

Maeda

2

-

0

0

5

3

1

0

7

0

1.8

Romo

7

-

0

0

6.7

7

3

4

10

0

5.4

Avilan

10

-

1

0

6.3

11

0

2

6

0

5.68

Hatcher

7

-

0

0

8.7

7

2

7

11

0

8.31

Stripling

5

-

0

0

7.7

15

2

4

6

0

9.39

Fields

6

-

1

0

5.7

6

5

4

6

0

11.12

Relievers

85

0

7

1

92.3

77

15

33

106

3

3.51

Totals

113

28

21

7

251.3

199

35

79

280

11

3.29

Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball Team Season 2018

History

Los Angeles is a reputable American professional baseball team that has been around since 1883 when it was established in 1883 in Brooklyn, New York. It is currently based in Los Angeles, California, USA, where it moved in 1958 just before the season started.

For four seasons they played at the Los Angeles Coliseum before they ultimately moved to their current venue of Dodger Stadium in 1962. This baseball team has had a fantastic form and shape winning a total of six World Series titles and up to twenty two national league pennants.

In the 20th century the team used to be referred to as the Robins and then later changed its name to the Dodgers in reference to pedestrians in Brooklyn who used to dodge cars in the streets.

The team won their first World Series title in 1955 when they defeated the Yankees for the very first time. Indeed their rivalry with the New York Yankees by this time had become so big such that when they finally defeated the New York Yankees it was all news with every media house reporting the big win by the Dodgers.

Clayton Kershaw

Clayton Kershaw has been a pivotal player for the Dodgers ever since he joined the club and he has helped the baseball club win numerous trophies. Indeed his career at the club has been a source of envy for many fans and even players and his efforts at the club will still remain a subject of discussion for many years to come.

Off late though, the star player has been facing hurdles in terms of injury and form. Kershaw has been placed on the disabled list of his team for the last three seasons and even the 2017-2018 season seems not rosy for him and the whole club as well. The team is already struggling and there is not much that they can boast of especially this season.

Recently Kershaw was placed on a 10-day disabled list of his team due to an injury on his left biceps. This is bad news to the team and the fans as well because he is such an important player for the team and his presence alone counts a lot for the team. It looks though like injuries woes are now becoming too common with the iconic player something that may come in the way of his career.

How is Clayton Kershaw doing now?

Kershaw has been placed on conservative treatment he was placed in after his most recent injury. He has already undergone an MRI and is already undergoing rehabilitation and this means he could be getting back on the court very soon.

More Bad news for the Dodgers

It isn’t the injury of Kershaw that is bad news for Dodgers early this season another instrumental player, Hyun-Jin Ryu got injured on the groin and may stay out of the pitch for quite some time. Another player Corey Seager also underwent yet another surgery to help patch things up.

With all these injuries to their star players things look sour for the Dodgers and the remaining player may have to do extra more to ensure that they keep their last season winning streak intact.

Trade rumors about Dodgers buying or selling players

For the 2018 season the Dodgers may not even have to wait until the transfer deadline in order to add more players. The season has been rough for them thanks to the many injuries some the club’s layers have had. For now there is isn’t any news that has come out in the light about potential new players coming in but with the recent high profile players suffering injuries the front office must be preparing to make new additions to the team.

Another big threat is that of that of Kershaw possibly opting out of his contract into a free agency next season. All these possibilities may prompt the Dodgers front office to think about getting more new players in the fold.

If they don’t make any new purchases and remain the way they are then perhaps they may continue enduring more trophies drought that they have been experiencing of late!

Clayton Kershaw – Los Angeles Dodgers

Life History

Born on the 19th of March, 1988, Clayton Edward Kershaw is an American baseball player who plays pro pitcher for the MLB – Major League Baseball side Los Angeles Dodgers. The starting pitcher has since 2008 participated in the major leagues. Left-handed, Clayton has had an amazing run throughout his career as a baseball player. Raised by his mother after the parents’ divorce in the late ‘90s, Kershaw was born in Dallas, Texas. As a child, he took part in youth sports leagues such as Little League Baseball.

For his education, Clayton Kershaw attended the Highland Park High School where he was a pretty active baseball player. He even played center for Mathew Stafford, the quarterback in the varsity football team.

Early Years of Playing Baseball

After developing his skills in the pitch and perfecting his talent, Kershaw built a reputation for himself in 2006 after posting a 13-0 record with an ERA –Earned Run Average of 0.77, recording 139 strikeouts in the 64 innings pitched. Kershaw further exhibited his talents during a playoff game in which his side faced the Northwest High School of Justin, Texas. In the game, he managed to pitch an all-strikeout perfect game, striking out all the batters (15 in number) he faced in the match.

Clayton Kershaw participated in the Pan Am Championship where he pitched for the Junior National Team of the USA Baseball. His amazing skills and unrivalled talent saw him get selected as the High School Baseball Player of the Year by USA Today. He was also named baseball’s Gatorade National Player of the Year.

Considered top high school pitcher there was, Clayton made it into the 2006 MLB – Major League Baseball draft. He was then selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the draft’s seventh overall pick. Although he had initially committed to the Texas A&M University, Kershaw turned down an offer of a scholarship to sign a contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The signing bonus for the contract was estimated to be $2.3 million, making it the largest bonus to any Dodgers draft pick at the time of its signing. It has however since been topped by the 2010 draft of Zach Lee.

Career with The Dodgers

On the 24th of May, 2008, Clayton Kershaw entered into a contract with The Dodgers and was immediately included in the Active Roster. His debut as a Dodger was one of the most anticipated pitcher starts in Dodger’s history and led to the sale of a considerable amount of Dodger Tickets. His debut was against St. Louis Cardinals on the 25th of May. His debut was a total success as he struck out the first batter he faced and proceeded to achieve seven strikeouts through the game. He pitched two innings for the game and facilitated two runs. At the time of his debut, Kershaw was MLB’s youngest player, a title that he held for a whole year.

On the 27th of July, 2008, Kershaw won against the Washington Nationals his first major league game. For the game, Kershaw pitched six-plus shutout innings. He struck out five, allowed four hits and a walk.

World Series with The Dodgers

On June 2nd, 2017, Kershaw struck Milwaukee Brewer’s Jonathan Villar making his 2000th career strikeout. This was quite an achievement on his side and a boost to his career as it made him the fifth youngest player in the history of the major league to hit the mark. It also made him the 2nd fastest pitcher to reach 2000 strikeouts achieving the feat in 277 games. During the 2017 World Series, Kershaw started the opening game for the Los Angeles Dodgers in which they faced the Houston Astros. Striking out 11 batters in the game, Kershaw allowed only one run without walking anyone. His performance in the game propelled his side to an amazing win. The 11 strikeouts he made in the game were the third most ever achieved by a Dodger pitcher.

Other Interesting Information

  • He relies on velocity changes, movement and deception for his pitching style.
  • He is active in volunteer work when he is not in the field.

Together with his wife, Kershaw rose the book Arise to help raise money for an orphanage in Zambia

Dave Roberts – Manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers

Life History

Born David Ray Roberts on the 31st of May, 1972, Dave Roberts is an American outfielder who formerly played in the MLB-Major League Baseball. Dave was born in Naha, Okinawa to an African American father, a Japan stationed US Marine. He spent a large part of his childhood moving with his parents from one military base to the next. They ultimately settled in San Diego, California. He has a sister known as Melissa who is younger to him. As a freshman, Dave attended Vista High School and played MVP for the junior varsity baseball team. The following year, Dave transferred to Rancho Bueno Vista High School after its opening. At the institution, Dave was a standout in baseball, basketball and football.

Joining the Bruins baseball team in the position of walk-on outfielder, Roberts attended UCLA where his speed and enthusiasm impressed the coaches. He was such as exceptional player and got drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 1993 MLB-Draft’s 47th round. Although the drafting did not meet his expectations, he improved his game and made some achievements for the team. In 1995, Dave graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History.

Baseball Career

Dave Roberts commenced his professional baseball career as a member of the Jamestown Jammers. This was after the Detroit Tigers selected him in the 1994 MLB Draft’s 28th round. He signed with them on the 9th of June of the same year. The Jammers were a short season class “A” team of the Detroit Tigers in the New York – Pennsylvania League. His amazing skill and enthusiasm contributed to the team’s success, seeing the Jammers win the division title with a record of 42-32. During the season, Dave hit .292 with 12 steals. The following year, Dave got promoted to join the Lakeland Tigers in the Florida State League. While playing for this side, Roberts hit .303 with 30 stolen bases in just 92 games, making his record one of the best in the entire league.

In 1996, Dave Roberts got transferred to the California League side Visalia Oaks. He was frustrated a lot by his stay at the team for several reasons among them being that it was made up of members from various organizations. He was almost giving up on a career in baseball during his time with the Oaks but was encouraged by his father to stay. He played a number of games, recording remarkable performances before proceeding to play for Southern League’s AA Jacksonville Suns, Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles Dodgers Boston Red Sox, San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants.

Time as Dodgers’ Manager

After Retiring from his baseball career, in May, 2009, Dave joined NESN where he was a studio analyst. On November 23rd, 2015, Dave Rodgers was named the new manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers. This appointment made him the first minority manager in the history of the franchise and the new head of the dodger schedule. He started off his career with success, leading his team into setting a Major League Baseball record and boosting sales of dodger tickets. In 2017, Dave led his team to the World Series, going down in history as the very first manager of Asian heritage to make it to the World Series. The dodger schedule

Other Interesting Info

  • He was also the manager of San Diego Padres
  • He played football as a starter quarterback


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