On Sunday against the Angels, Trevor Bauer pitched 6 innings, allowed 4 hits, and struck out 9 against the Anaheim Angels.
The Dodgers fell to the Angels on Sunday and after the game, Bauer talked about the teams recent slide and how they need to turn this around fast.
“I’m pissed,” Bauer said on Sunday after the Dodgers lost to the Angels in which the right-hander allowed two runs over six innings.
“I freaking hate losing. That’s why I came here. We’re not playing up to our capability. I’m mad. I’m not going to speak for anybody else.
“You can say it’s early and there’s no need to panic, and it’s all true. At the end of the day, we’re not just going to roll out the bats and balls and win baseball games. We’re not going to sleepwalk our way to winning the division and winning the World Series again. That’s not how it works. You got to go out there and beat somebody every day. We haven’t been good at it and we need to get better.”
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