As you can see, a lot of Dodgers are well above average this year, and those who are below average are not too far below. Cut Rocky Gale some slack because he has had only 15 plate appearances. The biggest question is, how long can Cody Bellinger keep this up? As great as he is playing, it still seems unlikely he will hit .400 this season. Right now he is on pace to hit .407 with 53 homers and 143 RBIs. His OPS+ of 233, if maintained, would be the seventh highest in major-league history since 1901 (minimum 500 plate appearances), trailing three seasons by Barry Bonds, three seasons by Babe Ruth and one season by Ted Williams. Pretty lofty company. It would shatter the Dodger record of 185 by Mike Piazza in 1997. It will be fun to watch this play out for the rest of the season.