Los Angeles Dodgers: The One Batting Order Don Mattingly Must Use More Often

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Los Angeles Dodgers: The One Batting Order Don Mattingly Must Use More Often
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The Los Angeles Dodgers’ winning combination hasn’t been found in consistency but rather the mixing and matching of different players on a lineup card with heaps of eraser shavings.

Due to a bevy of injuries and manager Don Mattingly’s experimental mentality to test out a variety of lineups, as of Monday the Dodgers had used 105 different lineups in 117 games, according to Los Angeles’ Daily News.

As the Blue Crew continue to roll on with a 97 percent chance of making the postseason (according to CoolStandings.com), Mattingly will likely search to find a more concrete lineup in the final month of the regular season.

Here’s a look at the batting order that Mattingly should pencil in more often.

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