Another day, another win for the Los Angeles Dodgers, and this time, it’s a big win.
With last night’s 4-3 win over the New York Mets at Citi Field, the Dodgers became the first team in all of baseball to reach 90 wins.
Even more impressive is that they’ve done it before they even reached 40 losses on the season.
The Dodgers find themselves 52 games above the .500 mark and with a firm grasp on the best record in all of baseball as we wrap up the month of August and enter the final month of the 2022 regular season.
Los Angeles remains a runaway train that is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
— MLB (@MLB) August 31, 2022
Dodgers Remain Elite
People may be tired of hearing it, but the Dodgers are truly the best team in all of baseball.
Like it or not, this team is the cream of the crop.
Even with Walker Buehler on the shelf for the remainder of the season, this team continues to win.
And it’s not like this season has been a breeze for them, despite what their record would tell you.
The Dodgers are battle tested and ready to face any challenge that comes their way, even if that means matching up with the defending champion Atlanta Braves in the NLDS just a year after Atlanta knocked them out in the NLCS.
The NL West is pretty much all but wrapped up at this point, with Los Angeles holding a commanding 19.5-game lead over the San Diego Padres.
If your team plans on winning the World Series in 2022, then they’re going to have to go through the Dodgers in order to make that happen.
Taking them down is going to be a tall task.