This article is part of our Regan's Rumblings series.In many ways, baseball is very predictable. We knew Mike Trout would be the best player in the game. We knew Aaron Judge would hit a lot of home runs while piling up the strikeouts, and we were pretty sure that Max Scherzer and Chris Sale would be among the league's elite starters barring injury. Here though, are some things I certainly didn't see coming:
That the Dodgers would be this bad
For a team that reached Game 7 of the World Series and had no major personnel changes in the offseason, expectations were certainly higher. At 16-26, the Dodgers are a loss away from falling into last place. What has gone wrong? Depending on which Dodgers fans you ask, it's Dave Roberts, it's Andrew Friedman and the front office, it's injuries ...
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