The Los Angeles Dodgers are undoubtedly a stacked ballclub with a really good chance of winning a World Series title in 2022.
They’re off to quite a hot start too, having won six in a row following a series loss to the Colorado Rockies to kick off the season.
They are tied atop the National League West division with their bitter rivals, the San Francisco Giants, with a 7-2 record.
Not only is the team hot as a whole, but one of their marquee players, shortstop Trea Turner, owns an interesting and impressive statistic since joining the Dodgers in a trade with the Washington Nationals.
Trea Turner has hit safely in 54 of 60 regular season games with the #Dodgers.
— Matthew Moreno (@MMoreno1015) April 17, 2022
Turner On Fire
Turner is without question one of the best shortstops in all of baseball, but his bat provides a little extra thump in the Dodgers’ lineup.
To have hit safely in 54 of 60 games is quite impressive and shows what he is made of.
After all, he won a batting title last year.
He has also been an All-Star and has a World Series ring from his days in Washington.
Now, off to a hot start, he has a good chance to win another one this year with the Dodgers.
The 28-year-old superstar is hitting .316 with one home run, 7 RBIs, and a .788 OPS in his first 38 at-bats of the season.
Turner is red hot to start the season and owns a nice little stat since having joined the Dodgers.
We’ll see if he can stay hot and potentially win another batting title.
But if he keeps hitting, things should work out just fine.