Matt Beaty lifts a two-run double to right field, scoring Justin Turner and Max Muncy to give the Dodgers a 2-0 lead in the 4th inning
Justin Turner gives the Dodgers a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the 3rd as he belts a booming solo homer to left field
We're close to a month into the season and I don't think I've panicked too much with these rankings. One trend I recently noticed was how many veterans are filling up the stat sheet. Guys like Justin Turner, Josh Donaldson, and Kris Bryant are turning back the clocks to their prime, while shiny new toys like Cavan Biggio and Alec Bohm have struggled out of the gate. There's no real analysis there, it's just a quick observation. On the injury front we had Jean Segura head to the IL with a quad strain, and my former bae, Ke'Bryan Hayes reaggravated his wrist injury. Sadly, both fell off of this list. I'm very concerned about Hayes for this year. Even after returning to the lineup, wrist injuries tend to sap power. Let's get to the list and then we'll talk about a couple of movers.