Los Angeles Dodgers Off to the Post Season?

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Los Angeles Dodgers Off to the Post Season?

Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager

Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager

Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager

Cody Bellinger and Corey Seager

Fidel Elenes, Reporter

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Post Season is around the corner and by the looks of it the Los Angeles Dodgers are on their way, and off to the World Series. Every Dodger fan wants to see their team going off to the World Series and winning.

The boys in blue are in first place out of the National and American League as of September 22, 2017 and if they keep up the work they can find their way to the next level. With 97 wins and 56 losses, the Dodgers have the highest number of wins and the lowest number of losses. The reason they’re doing good this year is because of the hard work the players put and the work managers put in, also. Trying all the new players they had last year, the managers now know what players would make the plays this year. With about nine games left, the Dodgers can see themselves playing in the Post season. The first Post season game will be October 3rd, 2017. The only way they can be in that tournament is if the players play their best and try their hardest.  

The Dodgers have plenty of great players, but the ones that have been surprising their fans are Yasiel Puig, Justin Turner, Cody Bellinger, and Corey Seager. The youngsters, Bellinger and Seager, have been hyping up the fans. Seager being 23 years old and Bellinger only a year younger have always surprised the players and fans, making phenomenal plays and making home runs when they need the runs. Dodgers having great players that make good plays can make it to the Postseason and off to the World Series.