Dodgers Superstar Cody Bellinger Shared How His Workout And Diet Plan Helped Him Break Records
Cody Bellinger really had himself a year in 2017. Not only did the 22-year-old rookie help lead the Dodgers to their most wins since moving to Los Angeles with a league-leading 104 wins, he also broke a few records of his own along the way.
Bellinger, who played in the 2007 Little League World Series, is now set to compete in the 2017 NLCS after setting the the National League record for most home runs by a rookie with 39 and becoming the fastest player in MLB history to have four multi–home-run games (45 games).
So, besides having a father, Clay, who played in Major League Baseball, in the family, how did Bellinger do it?