Dodgers Show Off Stacked New Lineup With Freddie Freeman

Mookie Betts #50 of the Los Angeles Dodgers slides into second base for an RBI double scoring the go-ahead run during the 8th inning of Game 3 of the National League Championship Series against the Atlanta Braves at Dodger Stadium on October 19, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
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Today, fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers will see their new star Freddie Freeman in action and wearing Dodger Blue for the first time since he was signed to a six-year, $162 million contract late last week.

Freeman is now at home with the Dodgers and ready to win another championship.

But Freeman isn’t the only star Dodger fans will see in the team’s lineup today.

The Dodgers are rolling out their superstars for their spring training game against the Cincinnati Reds, with both Turners being in the lineup, as well as Cody Bellinger, Will Smith, and Chris Taylor.

Walker Buehler is also starting for Los Angeles today.

A Stacked Lineup

It may only be a spring training game, but this is Dodgers’ fans first look at their new and improved lineup, and it has to be exciting to know that all of these stars are in their lineup today and fans will see them in action.

And knowing that this lineup is going to be stacked in the regular season has to have Dodger fans excited to go in 2022.

This team is loaded on paper and look like the clear favorite to win a World Series this year.

Just having the chance to see all of these guys in the same lineup, even if it’s only for a few at-bats in a spring training game that doesn’t mean anything, must have Dodgers fans raring to go.

This will be an exciting team to watch.

And the lineup today doesn’t even feature Mookie Betts.

But once all of their stars are set to go and they’re all in the same lineup, the Dodgers will be a dangerous team, and the road to the World Series will go through LA.

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