The Los Angeles Dodgers are once again poised to win the National League West Division.

This would mark their ninth division title in ten years. MLBbros manager Dave Roberts and National League MVP candidate, Mookie Betts have been leading the team to another successful season. However, one of the unsung heroes for the star-studded team in Los Angeles has been the veteran MLBbro Jason Heyward.



Heyward was signed by the Dodgers back in December of 2022 on a minor league contract.

The MLBbro veteran ended up making the opening day roster and has provided an invaluable contribution to the team. A 14-year veteran with tons of playoff experience was sure to help any team, especially one such as the Dodgers with high expectations every postseason.

The MLBbro is a former All-Star, five-time Gold Glove winner, and most importantly a World Series champion. Adding someone of his pedigree, along with their other roster additions and culture, shows that the team is all in on another championship run,


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Not only has Heyward been having a resurgent campaign, but he is also heating up in the final stretch of the season. In the month of August, the MLBbro batted over .300 and only struck out five times in 56 plate appearances. With 13 home runs, Heyward has hit more long balls this season than his last two seasons combined. His current batting average, .262 has not been this high since the 2018 season. 


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Some of Heyward’s rebirth can be attributed to being reunited with his former Atlanta Braves teammate Freddie Freeman. However, the major reason is his love for the game, and the MLBbro has said that this year he is enjoying playing the game again. His last few years in Chicago were met with disdain due to a hefty contract and underwhelming results.



He still helped to bring a championship to the windy city amidst all the criticism, and is proving this year that he still has something left in the tank. Dave Roberts has placed the MLBbro veteran in a role in which he can excel in easily, and he has done that, and if he continues the Dodgers will make a deep postseason run.

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