"It's a very special player."

Los Angeles Dodgers' Cody Bellinger's performance this season is inspiring. He also showed his "special" performance against the New York Mets at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, California, on Wednesday (Korean time).

Bellinger launched his 19th home run of the season, and made the stadium seething with the first and eighth inning and two crucial laser passes. The Dodgers were able to win the game 8-5. In particular, Song Gu, the third baseman who even disabled a runner tagging home with an accurate third base pass with a single out in the bottom of the eighth inning, was able to see the true side of Bellinger's shoulder.

After the game, his teammates praised him for his strong performance. The crowd chanted "MVP" and praised Bellinger as he entered the batter's box in the bottom of the eighth. The size of the emotion doubled as he added to his performance in defense, not batting. 

The Orange County Register, a Los Angeles-based local journalist, published a response from Dodgers' teammates and manager Dave Roberts who saw Bellinger's defense. 

Clayton Kershaw, who started the game and collected his fifth win with three runs in six innings, said, "I've seen several scenes of spectators cheering at a certain player here. It was for Matt Kemp in 2011, and when Manny Ramirez first came here in 2008. So did Andre Ethier and Justin Turner," he said, "but (Belinger) it's very special, and Bellinger steals and exits runners with a pitch, is the best right fielder on defense, and can do everything from contact to power and focus." It's a very special player," he said.

Roberts also said of the two-time Bodhisattva,토토사이트 "I don't know if I can give you May's Gold Glove, but it was a play that's hard to see anywhere else. Two boobs eventually brought about the mood and flow of the game. Bellinger is a 'game changer,'" he said with a smile, praising the two Buddhist saints on the day. 

"I threw as hard as I could, totally focused on throwing," Bellinger said of the eighth inning's throw. "I didn't think I could catch a runner at home. So my eyes were on third base, and I tried to throw it exactly. Turner gave me another good tag," he said, humbly retracing the situation.

Belinger, who plays outfield instead of first base, his main position, due to problems such as dislocation of his right shoulder, has been moving to the outfield, and is seen to have increased the ability of the ball's. Bellinger is batting .383 with 19 home runs and 49 RBIs with OPS 1.229 this season. He has already taken care of seven outfielders this year, and marks +12 on the Defensive RunSave, an indicator that evaluates how many points he has blocked with his defensive skills. Belinger, who became "Special One" in the airlift, is increasingly moving toward the MVP season.