It may seem like everything has gone right for the Los Angeles Dodgers this year, but that's actually not the case.
Clayton Kershaw hasn't pitched since July 23 because of a back injury, and promising left-hander Julio Urias was lost to shoulder problems.
The reason the Dodgers are on pace to win 115 games is because no matter who has been on the mound, their starting pitching has been sharp. Los Angeles has six players with at least 16 starts for the Dodgers, and they all have ERAs of 3.84 or lower.
And that doesn't even include Yu Darvish, who had 10 strikeouts in his debut for the Dodgers on Friday night after being acquired in a trade from Texas.