The powerful Los Angeles Dodgers are marching towards the MLB Playoffs, having secured their spot in the postseason in the beginning of September, and the division championship being won just a few days later. The team has the score of 110 victories as of this article, Los Angeles is merely growing their win count and aren’t playing for.
One thing that the Dodgers might be able to achieve prior to the NLDS is to be more healthy especially in the case of fielder Chris Taylor, an All-Star from last year who been struggling to remain in the field for 2022.
On Monday Manager Dave Roberts spoke to the media and provided information on Taylor according to Bill Plunkett of the Orange County Register.
According to Plunkett, Roberts said that Chris Taylor received a cortisone injection into his neck. The Dodgers manager hopes that twenty-21’s All-Star will be ready for the NLDS however, he also said that he’s “concerned.” This certainly isn’t a good sign to the Dodgers.
Taylor 31, who was 31 years old, hit 20 homers, and stole 13 bases in addition to producing 92 hits to the Dodgers in 2021. However, 2022 hasn’t been as accommodating in the past, as the veteran outfielder had a foot fracture which forced him from the field for a whole month during summer.
In recent times, Taylor has dealt with neck tightness that was a problem in the past in her. Virginia Beach native. The Dodgers season scheduled to come to an close on Wednesday, time is getting shorter for Taylor to recover before the NLDS.
It’s true that Los Angeles’ outfield has been able to hold up with out Taylor The players like Mookie Betts Trayce Thompson, and Cody Bellinger have been productive enough.
But the presence of Taylor could make the Dodgers even more powerful.