LOS ANGELES — The Dodgers’ position players and hitting coaches get together before every game to discuss that night’s opposing pitchers and formulate a game plan.
Sometimes it’s in the clubhouse or a meeting room where one is available. Sometimes it’s in the manager’s office or the batting cages where one isn’t.
Near the end of August, that daily discussion and analysis had produced the most home runs in the National League. But 69 percent of them were solo home runs and the Dodgers ranked in the bottom five in the majors hitting with runners in scoring position. One analytical website gave [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register