Bellinger hit two home runs in Sunday's 12-6 win over the Rockies.
Both of Bellinger's blasts were of the two-run variety, giving the rookie an eye-popping 24 homers on the year -- two behind fellow first-year big leaguer Aaron Judge. His 55 RBI are 10th in the majors, while his OPS of 1.021 is fourth behind Judge, Paul Goldschmidt and Ryan Zimmerman. Even though Bellinger is bound to have his growing pains at age 21, owners should be delighted by his continued elite production as the season's midpoint nears.
Bellinger went 1-for-3 with a two-run homer and a walk in Tuesday's 12-0 win over the Mets.
Bellinger just continues to unload on opposing pitching, as this marks his 10th homer in the past 10 games and NL-leading 22nd on the year. His high strikeout rate warrants some degree of concern, but Bellinger has quickly developed into one of the league's premier power threats.
Bellinger crushed two more home runs and four RBI in Monday's win against the Mets.
The star rookie tagged Zack Wheeler for long balls in both the first and second innings, giving him 21 homers on the season. Bellinger has been nothing short of incredible this season, as his OPS now sits at a lofty .998, and although he was originally called up as an injury replacement, it would take a massive downturn in production at this point to supplant him from the middle of the Dodgers' lineup.
Bellinger filled the stat sheet with a single, double, home run, three RBI and two runs scored in Saturday's blowout win over the Reds.
What more can be said about the young slugger that hasn't been said already? Just when it appeared that the league was catching up with him, Bellinger bounces back and goes on a tear with seven homers and 12 RBI over his last seven games, even cutting back on his whiffs in the process (15.2 percent strikeout rate over that span). With an impressive .262/.337/.634 slash line in 205 plate appearances, the 21-year-old has cemented his spot in the heart of a potent Dodgers lineup, possibly locking up National League Rookie of the Year honors as well.
Bellinger went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in Thursday's loss to the Indians.
The kid continues to flash unbelievable power. With six homers in his last five games, Bellinger now sits with 18 long balls in just 47 games, which puts him one off of the National League lead. He's been cutting down on the strikeouts lately, too, fanning only six times in his last seven starts.
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