Week 22 of the Major League Baseball season is now wrapping up, but before we close the door on the week, we first need to take a look at the hottest fictional baseball news and headlines from Sunday’s major baseball games. Yesterday’s work was highlighted by Albert Pujols He set more records, a court-like game in Seattle and the Dodgers were the first team to make the playoffs. Don’t forget to check out our updated fantasy baseball rankings for September before you prepare your lineups this week as well as the latest MLB injury report and the fantasy baseball spotlight series, players going up and down watching baseball fantasy stocks. So, before you start another fantasy baseball week, let’s go back and take a look at yesterday’s best shows as well as tonight’s favorite prop.
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Albert Pujols All alone in 4The tenth
And with him was Homer the eighteenth yesterday Albert Pujols He did what we all said was impossible in April, and passed away Alex Rodriguez For the fourth-highest number of home races in Major League Baseball history. With 697 creeps, only three players have hit more Pujols: Ruth, Aaron and Bonds. The best part was that he came home and did it in the Cardinals’ uniform.
Dodgers officially in
The Dodgers returned to the playoffs for the 10th consecutive season after beating the Padres, 11-2, the first team in 2022 to secure a post-season berth. With a 96-43 record, they are on their way to a field advantage in any series they play. The Dodgers now sit third all-time in AL/NL history in consecutive playoffs – just behind the Braves (14 in a row from 1991-2005, excluding the 1994 strike season) and the Yankees (13 in a row from 1995-2007).
Walk-Off HR for Mariners in a portal-like game
What a match yesterday between two teams heading into the Annex – the Braves and the Sailors. It had everything a baseball fan could ask for – especially drama. When all was said and done at the bottom of the ninth rookie in the first half Julius Rodriguez turning Kenley Jansen Slide into the seats to tie the toy and then Eugenio Suarez Jansen took deep again for a solo bombshell. The Mariners are now tied with Tampa Bay for the top spot at AL Wild just half a game away from Toronto for third and final.
Zach GalenA line that ends last
Arizona Diamondbacks right hand pitcher Zach Galen Breaking the franchise’s record of 42 consecutive zero-goals held by Brandon Webb in 2007 was yesterday against the Rockies. He entered the match at Coors Field just two points from tying Webb’s record and three from breaking it. His movement in the first half was 16.2 runs by the three teams (7 .).The tenth all-time) Los Angeles Dodgers RHP Orel Hershiser 59 in 1988. Gallen’s streak ended at 44.1 runs at the bottom of the fourth inning. During the streak, he hit 50 hitters and walked eight, and his season EH was 2.50, while his WHIP scored at 0.92, both career highs.
Xander Bogarts continue to crush
Xander Bogarts He is one of the blazing hitters. He is now 25 for 49 (.510) over his last 13 games after going 1 for 2 yesterday with the RBI. Over his last 20 games, he’s hit .408 with 4 HR/16 RBI, .237 ISO/.473wOBA and 207wRC+. Give this guy some respect!
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Framber Valdez More than 20.5 Pitching Outs
Framber Valdez, who went 5-0 on August 5, lost for the first time since July 9 in his last game (Rangers). He kept his streak of quality starts alive at 23 after throwing 6.2 innings and allowing six hits and two kicks earned while hitting 11 hitters – his second highest total this season. In that last game against the Rangers, the Astros went 1-for-11 with the sprinters in the scoring center and made three season-high field errors, two of which led directly to goalscoring, stranding nine runners at the base. So, expect Valdez and the Astros to get back to normal tonight as they face the Tigers’ attack, the worst in baseball. It’s easy – take it easy.