According to ELIAS – Taylor Rogers

Bellinger hits a homer unlike any in MLB this season

Taylor Rogers

Cody Bellinger reached Taylor Rogers for a three-run homer on an 0-2 pitch in the eighth inning, turning a 4-3 deficit into a 6-4 lead, the same score by which the Dodgers went on to dispatch the Twins. It was the major leagues’ first lefty-on-lefty, 0-2-pitch, go-ahead homer in the sixth inning or later this season. The blow was Bellinger’s 28th home run of the season, and of his big-league career, and it came in his 80th game. He tied Jose Abreu for the second-highest homer total over a player’s first 80 big-league games (Abreu did it three years ago); Rudy York set the record with 30 homers over his first 80 games with the Tigers back in the 1930s.

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One Response to According to ELIAS – Taylor Rogers

  1. Spanky says:

    rogers is a hack and bellinger is not a bona-fide home run hitter. rogers won’t be around much longer, but belllinger will. he definitely will NOT be hitting homers at the same pace though.

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