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The hit menThis might have been the best 1-2 battle in this history of Dodger Cogs and Dogs. I gave the nod to Matt Kemp, but feel free to throw your support Andre Ethier's way.
And if Clayton Kershaw could have closed out his recent starts more strongly, it might have been a three-way battle.
Anyway, there was lots of activity in the 20-game stretch since the last Cogs and Dogs, but the overall picture is the same: There's a guy in the top 10 who isn't hitting .200.
As always, Cogs and Dogs mixes subjectivity and objectivity and focuses on what's already happened, not what's likely to happen.