After a good three week stretch of being one of the hottest teams in baseball led by their offense, the Dodgers have seem to hit a wall. In their last seven games the bats have gone completely dead, they got shutout twice, only scored one run in two other games, and failed to score over four runs in any of the seven games. Sorry for all the math i just threw at you, sounded like a real nerd. Anyways, Corey Seager has been the guy that gets everything going in this lineup, his bat has been dead over the course of this stretch looking like he's back to his month of April ways. When he does good, the team does good, it's that simple. If someone else can't step up and take some pressure off this rookie, they might not even make it to October. Justin Turner and Howie Kendrick were the guys that were doing that for him over their offensive tirade. It's almost like when you don't fix your car immediately, when one thing starts breaking down it puts more pressure on the parts to compensate, therefore wearing those parts down, and forcing them to fail as well. Then you're left will a huge price to pay because you didn't fix the immediate problem. That's whats happening right here with the Dodgers essentially, if Turner is slumping someone else besides Seager, Kendricks, and Adrian Gonzalez need to step up. If not, you end up with what's happening right now, no run production. The Dodgers pitching staff has been able to hold up very well actually, helping them win a couple of low scoring games over this seven game stretch. This comes as surprise with the absence of the best pitcher in the world from the rotation. Speaking of that savage, he should be back very very soon, that could be the spark the Dodgers need to propel them into the postseason. Kershaws return will bring a spark back into that Dodgers clubhouse and from their it'll spread to the rest of the team like a California wildfire. I expect for this drought to end soon(no pun intended) the bats will get back to producing and they'll find a way into the playoffs.