The Dodgers’ stars, Mookie Betts and Freddie Freeman, have proven themselves to be two of the best players in baseball. As the team continues to secure victories, these dynamic players are leaving their mark on the 2023 season.
In their most recent Sunday game win since May 14, Betts and Freeman showcased their exceptional skills once again. Freeman, in particular, is making a strong case for the National League Most Valuable Player award, challenging Ronald Acuña Jr. He has been a force to be reckoned with, playing in every single game and delivering an electrifying performance.
In 111 games, Freeman has managed an impressive 65 extra-base hits, including 40 doubles, 23 home runs, and 2 triples. These incredible stats contribute to his remarkable .340 batting average and outstanding 1.013 OPS for the year. At the age of 33, Freeman is playing the best baseball of his career, and Dodgers fans are fortunate to witness his brilliance on the field.
Meanwhile, Betts has played in 106 games for the team and is not far behind Freeman in terms of stats. He continues his incredible power trip in 2023, hitting his 30th home run on Sunday and his 31st on Monday with a spectacular grand slam. Betts is determined to surpass his personal best of 35 home runs set just last year. Both Betts and Freeman exemplify the shining stars of the Dodgers.
With such outstanding performances from Betts, Freeman, and other trade deadline additions, including Amed Rosario, Kiké Hernández, Lance Lynn, Joe Kelly, and Ryan Yarbrough, the Dodgers’ current 65-46 record is set to grow even stronger. Their incredible gameplay and teamwork have put them on a path of destruction through the NL West.
As the Dodgers head to Arizona, their fans are filled with excitement, witnessing the magic unfold on the field as Betts and Freeman continue to lead the team to victory. With these two incredible players in their lineup, the Dodgers’ journey to greatness is well underway.