The most recent week for the Dodgers was something other than seven days, with a sudden death round diversion required on Monday to choose the division. Yet, the outcome was the equivalent at last, with the Dodgers winning the NL West for a 6th year in succession.
Los Angeles Dodgers Winning The NL West
The week was a crazy ride, with Los Angeles beginning the week with a 1½-amusement lead in the division, at that point lost two of three to the freefall Diamondbacks. The Dodgers trailed the Rockies in the division by an amusement beginning Saturday, so the breadth in San Francisco was important to get to Monday, when the Dodgers held serve at home to win the division. DJ Hustle
Batter of the week
This was a nearby fight, with Kiké Hernandez taking the distinctions by going 12-for-23 (.522) with three additional fair hits and eight runs scored. He barely beat Max Muncy, who completed off his world class hitting season with two more grand slams, a group driving seven RBI and a 1.189 OPS. David Freese kept on crushing lefties and was 6-for-11 with a grand slam and a twofold.
On the season, Yasmani Grandal won the most hitter of the week respects with five. Matt Kemp had four, while Hernandez and Justin Turner had three.
Pitcher of the week
Walker Buehler had the signature game Monday’s division-securing pearl and made two begins in the last “week” however this honor goes to Rich Hill for his seven scoreless innings in Game 162, constraining the divisional sudden death round (the 15 runs helped as well, yet Hill was overwhelming).
Buehler overwhelmed this honor in 2018 with eight determinations. Slope and Ross Stripling won four times, while Clayton Kershaw and Hyun-jin Ryu won three each. HustleTV