Los Angeles Dodgers Starting Lineup 6/24/19 Dodgers Lineup

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Los Angeles trimmed some of the fat by trading Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp to the Reds. This made some think Harper was incoming, but the fact is they were overloaded at outfield. They signed A.J. Pollock, and found out Cody Bellinger plays an above average center field too. Either way this lineup is loaded again. Corey Seager is on his way back from injury, as he missed 2018. The addition of Pollock is going to give them a great leadoff bat to put in front of names like Bellinger, Max Muncy, and Justin Turner. They lost Yasmani Grandal, but Austin Barnes will jump unto a more solidified role. This offense started off slow in 2018, but when they get hot, they can compete with anyone on offense. Expect loads of power from this bunch, especially from Pederson, Muncy, and Bellinger.

Updated: 7 hours ago

Starting Lineup

C. Kershaw , (L), SP
1. J. Pederson , (L), 1B
2. A. Verdugo , (L), CF
3. J. Turner , (R), 3B
4. C. Bellinger , (L), RF
5. M. Muncy , (L), 2B
6. C. Taylor , (R), SS
7. K. Hernandez , (R), LF
8. A. Barnes , (R), C
9. C. Kershaw , (L), SP
Pos Pitcher
SP Clayton Kershaw C. Kershaw (L)
Pos Pitcher Rating GS Record IP Batters Faced Hits Runs ER HR Allowed BB SO K% BB% WHIP BABIP
SP Clayton Kershaw C. Kershaw (L) 94 12 7-1 79 309 69 26 25 10 14 73 24.60% 4.80% 1.05 0.28
Pos Hitter Rating Order G PA Hits 1B 2B 3B HR RBI Runs SB CS AVG OBP SLG OPS
1B Joc Pederson J. Pederson (L) 79 1 70 247 50 23 4 3 20 36 44 0 0 0.233 0.328 0.56 0.886
CF Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo (L) 75 2 74 250 68 42 17 2 7 32 26 3 0 0.302 0.352 0.49 0.841
3B Justin Turner J. Turner (R) 86 3 71 292 76 56 13 0 7 30 35 1 0 0.3 0.38 0.44 0.815
RF Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger (L) 87 4 76 324 95 52 16 2 25 61 61 8 5 0.349 0.444 0.70 1.143
2B Max Muncy M. Muncy (L) 76 5 76 304 72 42 12 1 17 46 48 3 1 0.28 0.382 0.53 0.915
SS Chris Taylor C. Taylor (R) 80 6 75 232 51 27 14 2 8 34 26 4 0 0.245 0.315 0.45 0.762
LF Kike Hernandez K. Hernandez (R) 73 7 73 273 52 32 8 1 11 37 30 2 0 0.212 0.282 0.39 0.67
C Austin Barnes A. Barnes (R) 70 8 52 173 33 20 8 0 5 18 20 2 1 0.22 0.318 0.37 0.691
SP Clayton Kershaw C. Kershaw (L) 94 9 12 22 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.045 0.045 0.05 0.09

2019 Recent Dodgers Lineups

Game Score Starting Pitcher 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
6/23 vs COL W 6-3 Kenta Maeda K. Maeda (R), 7 IP, 6 SO, 2 ER, ND Joc Pederson J. Pederson Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Justin Turner J. Turner Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Max Muncy M. Muncy Matt Beaty M. Beaty Kike Hernandez K. Hernandez Austin Barnes A. Barnes Kenta Maeda K. Maeda
6/22 vs COL W 5-4 Hyun-Jin Ryu H. Ryu (L), 6 IP, 5 SO, 1 ER, ND Joc Pederson J. Pederson Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Justin Turner J. Turner Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Max Muncy M. Muncy Chris Taylor C. Taylor Matt Beaty M. Beaty Russell Martin R. Martin Hyun-Jin Ryu H. Ryu
6/22 vs COL W 4-2 Walker Buehler W. Buehler (R), 9 IP, 16 SO, 2 ER, W Joc Pederson J. Pederson Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Justin Turner J. Turner Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Max Muncy M. Muncy Matt Beaty M. Beaty Chris Taylor C. Taylor Austin Barnes A. Barnes Walker Buehler W. Buehler
6/21 vs SF W 9-8 Julio Urias J. Urias (L), 3 IP, 5 SO, 0 ER, ND Kike Hernandez K. Hernandez Justin Turner J. Turner David Freese D. Freese Max Muncy M. Muncy Chris Taylor C. Taylor Kyle Garlick K. Garlick Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Austin Barnes A. Barnes Julio Urias J. Urias
6/20 vs SF W 9-2 Rich Hill R. Hill (L), 1 IP, 2 SO, 0 ER, ND Kike Hernandez K. Hernandez Justin Turner J. Turner David Freese D. Freese Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Chris Taylor C. Taylor Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Russell Martin R. Martin Kyle Garlick K. Garlick Rich Hill R. Hill
6/19 vs SF W 9-0 Clayton Kershaw C. Kershaw (L), 7 IP, 6 SO, 0 ER, W Joc Pederson J. Pederson Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Justin Turner J. Turner Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Max Muncy M. Muncy Matt Beaty M. Beaty Chris Taylor C. Taylor Austin Barnes A. Barnes Clayton Kershaw C. Kershaw
6/18 vs SF L 2-3 Kenta Maeda K. Maeda (R), 5 IP, 4 SO, 2 ER, L Joc Pederson J. Pederson Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Matt Beaty M. Beaty Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Max Muncy M. Muncy Chris Taylor C. Taylor Kike Hernandez K. Hernandez Austin Barnes A. Barnes Kenta Maeda K. Maeda
6/16 vs CHC W 3-2 Hyun-Jin Ryu H. Ryu (L), 7 IP, 8 SO, 0 ER, ND Kike Hernandez K. Hernandez Justin Turner J. Turner David Freese D. Freese Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Chris Taylor C. Taylor Max Muncy M. Muncy Russell Martin R. Martin Kyle Garlick K. Garlick Hyun-Jin Ryu H. Ryu
6/16 vs CHC L 1-2 Walker Buehler W. Buehler (R), 7 IP, 6 SO, 0 ER, ND Joc Pederson J. Pederson Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Justin Turner J. Turner Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Max Muncy M. Muncy Matt Beaty M. Beaty Kike Hernandez K. Hernandez Austin Barnes A. Barnes Walker Buehler W. Buehler
6/15 vs CHC W 5-3 Rich Hill R. Hill (L), 7 IP, 7 SO, 3 ER, W Joc Pederson J. Pederson Alex Verdugo A. Verdugo Justin Turner J. Turner Cody Bellinger C. Bellinger Max Muncy M. Muncy Chris Taylor C. Taylor Matt Beaty M. Beaty Russell Martin R. Martin Rich Hill R. Hill

2019 Los Angeles Dodgers Pitching Analysis

The Dodgers finished with the second best ERA last season, and has had a plus rotation for quite some time. Los Angeles will go into 2019 with everyone healthy, but there will be no more Alex Wood within the rotation. The Dodgers shipped him out to Cincinnati. The Dodgers won’t miss a beat, as they have Julio Urias and Hyun-Jin Ryu as two lefty options that will likely split the innings given up. Urias is a talented left-hander who missed most of 2018 with an injury. Urias has a big career ahead of him, and 2019 should be where we start to look at his career. Ryu was very successful in 2018, boasting a 1.97 ERA and averaged a strikeout per inning. They are going to have some depth for the rotation, which is big with Rich Hill and Clayton Kershaw hitting the DL more often the last two seasons. They also have Ross Stripling, who started about half the season. He ended up with a 27% strikeout rate and 2.99 xFIP. He will likely head back to a bullpen role, but he is just another piece that adds to guys who can fill-in or injured starters.

Walker Buehler really broke out after blowing through the Minor Leagues. Buehler has a blazing fastball, and it set up some strong off-speed stuff. Buehler had a 2.62 ERA and 151 strikeouts in 125 innings. Being a younger arm, the Dodgers will likely keep him fresh, so expect some of the younger arms to cut into each other’s workload a bit. This might just be a theme for all arms. Kershaw has been trending downwards with his velocity and the back is also something to note. Hill has always had blister issues, and of course he is 39 years old. We are in the midst of watching the Dodgers rotation transition into the new young ace pitchers. Kershaw and Hill are still a strong duo, but we will need to keep an eye on their concerning trends. Overall their 2018 stats, both finished with above average strikeout stuff, and a strong ERA. Los Angeles should continue to boast one of the best rotations in baseball.