Nobody really wanted him. The Dodgers had seemingly given up on
So after he cleared waivers the Dodgers brought him back and assigned him to triple-A. Things had looked better for their one-time Minor
But Van Slyke is making it hard for the Dodgers to forget about him again, and never more so than Monday in Cincinnati, when he hit a pair of homers and drove in four runs in the Dodgers’ 6-2 victory over the
They put the game on national television so the baseball world could watch all the Dodgers' high-priced stars, and the kid everyone took a pass on grabbed center stage.
Van Slyke started the scoring in the second with a 448-foot solo home run into the upper deck off Cincinnati’s
Van Slyke finished the night 3 for 3 with two walks, three runs and four RBI, all career highs.
But League got