There is no doubt that one of the biggest unknowns of the Los Angeles Dodgers heading for the postseason is their bullpen, specifically their closing arm, Kenley Jansen, who has been in a lot of trouble lately when it comes to putting an end to the matches, raising doubts every day.
The legendary closer, Trevor Hoffman, has looked carefully at the difficulties Jansen has had on the hill, and has spoken to AM 570 LA Sports, where he offered advice and a look at what happened to the Dodgers plugger:
You have to understand that Kenley is competing against Kenley. He has been so dominant for a whole decade that he is competing with the same numbers he put. Seeing how he has been this year and saying that it was not what was expected of him is unfair. I certainly believe that Kenley is experimenting with some things in his repertoire.
Curaçao currently has the highest effectiveness of his career, with 3.62 in 49.2 pitches thrown, with only 27 saves.