Dodgers: Freddie Freeman Thinks What’s Going On in the Win Column is Really Special


Winning is the answer to any negative light being shed onto a ball club. For the Dodgers, the lights have shined bright all season long and they are slowly entering uncharted territory.

Despite their loss on Sunday night to the Rockies, the Dodgers currently sit at 110 wins which is the most by an NL team since the 1909 Pirates led by Honus Wagner reached 110 wins. The only team that sits ahead in the NL now is the all time record 116 win Cubs team from 1906. 

A comeback win Saturday night sealed win 110 for the Dodgers who scored five runs between the seventh and eighth innings in a 6-4 victory. Freddie Freeman ended his night with two hits and one RBI and took time to step back and take in the magnitude of this win (quotes via Bill Plunkett, The OC Register).

Written by Ryan Menzie


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