The Importance of the 1, 2 Punch

In his capacity as an Editorial Writer for DodgersNation.com, Attorney Jeremy Evans with California Sports Lawyer®, has written an article about the importance of the one-two punch in starting pitching rotations for the regular season and playoff baseball teams like the 2017 Los Angeles Dodgers, currently with a 91-38 record, in August.

"As in 2015, when starting pitcher Zack Greinke was the vaunted number two starting pitcher behind Clayton Kershaw, he provided insurance to make sure that the Dodgers did not go on losing streaks. In 2001, when the Arizona Diamondbacks won the World Series against the New York Yankees, the Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling duo propelled them to victory. In 2010, 2012, and 2014, it was Tim Lincecum, Matt Cain, and Madison Bumgarner in varying roles and importance that propelled them to three World Series titles. The Dodgers last World Series Championship in 1988 included Orel Hershiser at the number one spot and Tim Leary as the number two with Tim Belcher as well . . ."

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This article was originally published on the DodgersNation.com website.

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Jeremy M. Evans is the Managing Attorney at California Sports Lawyer®, representing Sports, Entertainment, and Business Professionals and is licensed to practice law in California.