Cody Bellinger didn’t initially figure into the Los Angeles Dodgers 2017 plans, but made the most of a call-up opportunity when regular first baseman Adrian Gonzalez went on the DL early in the season. Bellinger wound up setting a National League record for most home runs (39) by a rookie.
He was one of the keys to the Dodgers getting to their first World Series since 1988. Although Bellinger didn’t have a good Series, he has a common experience in the Fall Classic with his father Clay Bellinger who was a member of the New York Yankees post-season teams from 1999 to 2001, including a World Series championship team in 2000.
For more information about Cody and Clay Bellinger, follow the link below from The New York Post: