Your favorite pundit’s darling to lift the Commissioner’s Trophy in late October/early November, the Los Angeles Dodgers indeed have some lofty expectations heading into the 2022 MLB season.


The team finished with a mind-boggling 106-56 record last season—and still didn’t even win the division, as the Giants amassed 107 wins.

This year, projections are a smidge more modest—a measly 101 wins and 97.3% chance of seeing the playoffs. But they could exceed that with the power of Trea Turner, the newly acquired Freddie Freeman, Max Muncy, Cody Bellinger, and, of course, Mookie Betts.

Walker Buehler, Julio Urias, and, obviously, Clayton Kershaw will spearhead the rotation as the Dodgers try to win their second World Series title in three seasons.

The team began the campaign with three in Colorado (1-2) and two in Minnesota (2-0). They’ll close out the first half with three in St. Louis and two “on the road” “in Los Angeles” against the Angels.

The second half begins with four against divisional-foe San Fran and three against the Nationals—all at home. The season concludes with six at home against the Rockies.


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