The Los Angeles Dodgers entered last week with two key series against a pair of National League West opponents.
After dropping two of three to the Colorado Rockies at home, Los Angeles took the first game on the road against the San Francisco Giants but dropped the next two contests in frustrating fashion.
Let’s look back at those who found success and those that struggled over the six-game span.
Howie Kendrick: In the midst of a slump, it was another rough week for Kendrick as he batted just .133 (2-for-15) while sporting a forgettable 30 wRC+.
Corey Seager: After scorching the Atlanta Braves with five home runs in a three-game span, Seager cooled off considerably against the Rockies and Giants, slashing .211/.318/.211 with zero extra-base hits in 22 plate appearances.
Mike Bolsinger: Getting a start against the Rockies, Bolsinger allowed six runs over 5.1 innings, yielding nine baserunners (seven hits, two walks) and striking out five.
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