Dodgers manager Dave Roberts explains lineup alterations

Regarding the first question, Roberts explained the club — constructing lineups are a collaborative effort between manager and front office — wanted to split Bellinger and shortstop Corey Seager, another left-handed hitter in the fourth spot, with A.J. Pollock, a right-handed hitter, between them and Taylor, another right-handed hitter, behind Bellinger. The idea was to make it more difficult for the Cubs to play the matchups with their bullpen later in the game.


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