“Forget about it” Juan Soto opinionated his outlook after San Diego’s slandering losing skid


“Forget about it” Juan Soto opinionated his outlook after San Diego’s slandering losing skid

Juan Soto

Juan Soto’s introduction to the San Diego Padres has not been as the fans must have hoped, their chances to make it to this season’s postseason have started blurring out after the gigantic sweep pulled off by the Los Angeles Dodgers in their recent series. Even after acquiring a blockbuster trade in the trade deadline, The San Diego Padres were as the receiving end of an embarrassing series sweep.

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Since Juan Soto took a spot in the Padres’ line-up after the trade deadline, San Diego has played 5 games and could only come out victorious in one game. The start was great as they demolished the Rockies 9-1 in Juan Soto’s first game in San Diego uniform. The Dodgers have a huge 15.5 games lead over the rest of the division.

AJ Cassavell tweeted an interaction with Juan Soto mentioning his thoughts on the weekend losing skid, “Forget about it,” he said. “We start another series tomorrow, and we’re going to be ready for that.” Juan Soto added, “Don’t be surprised if you see all these guys going off next series,”

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The Los Angeles Dodgers made San Diego Padres and Juan Soto feel completely vulnerable

Juan Soto
Juan Soto

The Dodgers did send a loud and clear message to their National League competitors that the Big names in the line-up would not be able to take down their winning rhythm. The won the last game against the star Juan Soto’s side, crushing them 4-0.

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“You just don’t have time for error if you’re an opposing pitcher,” said Dodgers manager Dave Roberts, about Muncy and Bellinger starting to come around at the plate against Juan Soto and Padres. “It’s a lineup that, with those guys performing, they can hurt you with one swing. … It’s just like we’re on their neck the whole game. When they make a mistake, we’re ready to capitalize.”

“I think you guys knew going into this series, it was just another series for us,” said Dodgers first baseman Freddie Freeman, who had two RBI singles. “We came out here and played the baseball we’ve been playing for two months now. When we play our kind of baseball, it’s tough to beat us.”

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