Jansen shows signs of the Old Self as the Dodgers try to survive


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Arlington, Texas Although Kinley Janssen has never lost confidence, the big-right may regain that from the Los Angeles Dodgers after an inconsistent stretch.

While not in a save position, Jansen finished Game 5 with a dominant 12-field performance hitting the side in 7-3 wins Over the Atlanta Braves with the Dodgers facing a potential elimination. This came two days after another 1-2-3 mid-game match for the Los Angeles team at A. 3-15 wins.

“I feel like if you click there and learn just click on it, everything will come with it,” Janssen said on Saturday before the Dodgers faced another possible elimination match against the Braves.

In the ninth game Friday evening, Janssen threw 10 hits and had three swing hits. His cutter was always in the 92-93 mph range, and Johan Camargo swung and missed the endgame 94 mph.

Director Dave Roberts said Saturday: “It was as good as I’ve seen in some time. I thought the tempo, I thought the handover was cleaned up, it was smoother, the execution was much better. Mixed in some broken balls, some stitches, some incisors, so It was really good. “

Janssen said he had some conversations recently with former shooting coach Rick Honeycutt and former Charlie Hogg at the Dodgers. The 33-year-old, 3-time-old star whose speed has decreased significantly and his control is inconsistent, said they went on to how his delivery wasn’t what it was when he was controlling the hitters.

“Show me pictures of the past and how everything was working together.” Jansen said, you know, it wasn’t quite the same. “And we’re back to that kind of, to make my connections as simple as they were, and I repeat, and it shows yesterday.”

The Dodgers core team since 2012 and their career captain have come close with 312 saves, and Jansen is overtaken with Game 1 of the NLCS tied at 1 in the ninth game. His sixth game 1-2-3 on Wednesday against the Braves came a week after he needed 30 stadiums for a double throw and lost two games without being able to finish a 6-5 win in Game 2 of the NL Division Series against Padres.

Even after arriving late at summer camp due to a positive COVID-19 test, Jansen turned 10 of his first 11 rescue chances this season, and had 22 strikes and 1.20 p.m. in his first 15 rounds through September 1. But a week after that in Arizona, he gave up three runs at the bottom of 10th place, after Los Angeles scored four goals in the half. Then on his next appearance, he gave up six hits and five runs without scoring a break after taking the job 5-2 ahead of the club’s bottom in Houston.

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