The Dodgers fell to the San Diego Padres in the NLDS this weekend and now many questions arise as the team heads in the offseason. One question that has already been answered is that Dave Roberts is expected to remain with the club next season, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Roberts signed a three-year contract extension that runs through 2025 during spring training. Dave Roberts after the NLDS spoke about the season overall.
"Hugely disappointing how it ended. There's certainly fans that are going to think it was a wasted season. I don't think there's anybody in our clubhouse, in uniform, or with the Dodgers, that feels that way. But every person has their opinions, which they're entitled."
Roberts, 50, just completed his seventh season with the Dodgers. The team has been wildly successful those seven years, posting a 653-381 (.632) regular season record with six NL West titles, three National League pennants, and a World Series title in 2020.
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