Dodgers Power Rankings Roundup: Week 3
Below is a graph of where the Dodgers have ranked over the course of the season.
And here is what Power Rankers are saying about the Dodgers this week:
Dodgers ranked 6th - "Rich Hill's leaving another start with a blister is just one concern. Joc Pederson hasn't homered since Opening Day, and Adrian Gonzalez hasn't homered at all and (warning: it's still early!) they've struggled against lefties (.226), which is a red flag only because they had the lowest batting average and wOBA in the majors last year against lefties. -- David Schoenfield, ESPN.com"
Dodgers ranked 2nd - "Yasiel Puig solid with the bat, adventurous on the basepaths."
Dodgers ranked 2nd - "Moving on up to No. 2! Outscoring opponents 60-37 so far."
Dodgers ranked 2nd - The Bleacher report rankings commented on four teams this week. Your team was not one of the five mentioned. The write up includes other information, like MVPs of the Week, that make the write up worth the read for fans of any team.
Dodgers ranked 4th - "One Nice Thing: Not sure if you knew about this, but Clayton Kershaw is really, really, really good. He allowed only one run in a Friday night win over the once-surging Diamondbacks.
One Not-So-Nice Thing: Rich Hil, who grips his curve ball so tightly that you can hear it squeak coming out of his hand (I'm dead serious, it's weird) came back from his 10-day stint on the DL for a blister by getting another blister. May I suggest Nu Skin?"