March 1, 2021

Dodgers: Carlos Correa Points Towards 2017 World Series Clean Win and Bellinger Error (Dodgers Nation)



There is much to break down of Carlos Correa’s interview with Ken Rosenthal, which was brought to us all early Saturday morning.

In case you missed it, Correa has a response to Cody Bellinger’s comments. In addition, Correa seems to point the World Series loss on the shoulders of Bellinger, saying Houston won it clean in his own eyes. These comments are unbelievable to me, being as objective and fair as I can be as I break them down.

First off, there is a lot here. It’s important to provide as much as we can of what Correa says to give full context to his comments. Let’s start with game two, and what he says about it. The shortstop says in the World Series, you really can’t steal signs. There is ‘morse code’ he alleges.

“Game 2, they’re winning the game, ninth inning Marwin Gonzalez hits a home run off Kenley Jansen, and we end up winning that game. That game was on the road. That’s one game. Game 3, we win 5-3. Yuli (Gurriel) hits a solo…

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