You can worry about Kenley Jansen

Locked On MLB - Daily Podcast On Major League Baseball show

Summary: Welcome to Locked on MLB, your national podcast covering Major League Baseball on a daily basis. Locked on MLB is part of the Locked on Podcast Network and hosted by Tommy Stokke. Dodgers fans may want to skip to segment 2 because our first segment is on Kenley Jansen and his uncharacteristic beginning to the season. His velocity is down, his delivery is out of whack and the results aren't good. After giving up a home run last week to Joe Panik in a loss to the Giants, he blew a 3-run lead against the Arizona Diamondbacks with walks to Paul Goldschmidt and A.J. Pollock and a home run to Chris Owings. That's two home runs on the year allowed for Jansen, for those counting at home. The walks are concerning as is the velocity. What does this all mean for the Dodgers? Let's discuss.  Segment No. 2 covers extra innings and whether or not the league needs to address it. The D-backs and Dodgers played 15 innings on Monday and were a walk-off Jeff Mathis hit away from seeing two position players take the mound to decide the game. Maybe the solution isn't starting a runner at second base, but there is a solution that makes some sense to try. Admittedly, most fans won't be receptive to this unoriginal idea.  Segment 3 takes a look around the league at Tuesday's game action as Chris Archer looks to stop the Yankees (assuming they play), Kershaw Day is here and the Washington Nationals may never lose.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit