The Dodgers had just toyed with the Tampa Bay Rays in front of a sellout crowd and a national television audience. The Dodgers rarely lose anymore and so a television reporter asked Adrian Gonzalez if they felt unbeatable.
"Definitely not unbeatable" he said.
Not really a preferred sound bite not when Gonzalez stopped after three words. So the reporter tried again asking what pitfalls might await the Dodgers.
"Thinking you're unbeatable" Gonzalez said.
Another three-word answer. Not great TV but more great baseball as Clayton Kershaw led the Dodgers to an 8-2 rout on Sunday. The Rays are one of the best teams in the major leagues but the Dodgers outscored Tampa Bay 20-8 in the three-game sweep scoring 20 of the final 22 runs in the series.
The Dodgers are on a 37-8 roll tying the best 45-game mark in National League history in the last 60 years.
The 1953 Brooklyn Dodgers — with a lineup that featured future Hall of Famers Jackie Robinson Roy Campanella Pee Wee Reese and Duke S...