Against a righty too! Fifth of the year.696 for Pujols.
And don’t forget it’s generally assumed he is 3 years older than listed, which would mean he is actually almost 46 (!!!!).Against a righty too! Fifth of the year.
What a year. Maybe worth its own thread but does he belong in the same conversation as Mays and Aaron? Probably not quite but the thing that amazes me about the righties is how relatively few chances they get with the platoon advantage. Just 23 percent for Pujols. (70 and 67 percent for Ruth and Bonds.)
To go even further - the Braves were below 500 on June 1 (24-27), and then 63-25 since (0.716, or 116 win pace)It’s hard to hold off a team that is on a run of 23-5. The Braves have a stacked lineup that wouldn’t look out of place in a much higher scoring era.
Because the first week of games this season were cancelled because of the lockout and then had to be slotted in later.Someone help me out here: why is there a double-header tomorrow between Toronto and Tampa, two teams who play in domes? Was it scheduled this way? Apparently there was one between them earlier this year, too.
View: https://twitter.com/jomboymedia/status/1569494874143039490?s=46&t=aoqWO5YnAzjL0U3zEfUoaQOne strike away from the end of the game and Kulpa takes a foul ball directly to the mask and leaves the game.
Cleveland's schedule is fairly light after that though and the Twins still have 6 to play the White Sox and the White Sox have to play SD too. I think if you are Min or CWS you are thinking sweep or bust to even get in the conversation.The Guardians win their 6th straight in come-from-behind style on a Jose Ramirez home run. The White Sox get shut out by the Rockies. The lead is now 4 games with Cleveland at a season-high 11 games over .500. The next 9 days look like this:
Is it weird that Twitter told me this is "sensitive content" and I needed to "OK" to see it?