The Dodgers had a great first half of the season overall. That doesn’t mean there weren’t some disappointments in the first half.
With a 55-26 record in the first half of the season, it’s hard to find many disappointments with the blue in the first half of the season. Despite a “slow” 8-8 start, the team turned it around in a hurry putting together a remarkable first half. It tied for the best first half in Los Angeles Dodger history. Still there were some players that could’ve performed better in the first half.
Yesterday, I went over the top three surprises of the first half of the season, and now this article will take a more pessimistic turn and be about the three biggest disappointments in the first half. If these disappointments turn around, then there will be no stopping the Dodgers from making their third consecutive World Series and hopefully winning it this time. Here are the biggest disappointments of the first half.