Washington – There is no game 163.
Still, the long-awaited bonus baseball hasn’t paid off, but the lucrative coast-to-coast final day of Major League Baseball’s regular season begins with five playoff spots and ends along the Champagne River. I did A task that is hard to follow.
A very engaging coder of the season, which began almost simultaneously across North America on Sunday afternoons, focused on playoff photography, and after a windshield-cloudy winter morning, 15 ball games. It sounded like crazy and finally cleared up.
and after all:
The San Francisco Giants won the club’s 107th match, and the National League West won the surprise defeat to the 106-win Los Angeles Dodgers, who had stopped running their eight-year division title.
The New York Yankees couldn’t record an all-day race against the Tampa Bay Rays, who couldn’t fly with robots—a giant slugger, Aaron Judge’s infield hit, secured a ticket to the American League Wild 1-0 Bye A. did. Trump game that was driven by a single run in victory.
The Boston Red Sox then systematically ended the four-run deficit in the final four innings, before Rafael Devers’ two home runs, ending the week of wrist mistakes. Another AL wildcard slot—beating the 9th—Washington Nationals 7-5—and the right to host the hated Yankees at Fenway Park on Tuesday night.
When the Rays and Yankees exchanged zeros in the Bronx, the Red Sox slowly drank water in DC, trailing 5-1 after five innings. Still, director Alex Cora said, “Every time I looked at the scoreboard, I thought, ‘Wow, only four times, only five times.'”
And he tied Alex Verdugo’s 2-run double 5-5 for 3 runs and 5th. Then, as the sun began to set across the Bronx horizon, the judge’s nine liners checked the gloves of rage relief Andrew Kittredge and Tyler Wade won in the Yankees’ 92nd victory.
“I saw the Yankees win at the bottom of the ninth inning, and I was like ‘Okay, I have to go, boys,'” Verdugo says.
Devers’ 38th home run led to 92 wins. It’s a 10-9 straight advantage over the Yankees and Tuesday’s shootout is guaranteed to be home.
In a splash of oversized goggles and bubbles was the immediately forgotten team, which fought until the last hour to pivot from chaotic travel logistics to the time of the early fall.
Say goodbye to the Toronto Blue Jays, who leveled the Baltimore Orioles for three games in a row. The 12–4 win forced a one-game tiebreaker with a Yankee or Red Sox defeat. 3 game playoffs in one day. And a safe trip to the Seattle Mariners. Of the five clubs facing the impact of the playoffs, only one loses on a Sunday.
did you get it all?
Well, that’s the next thing.
The Yankees and Red Sox will face Fenway Park on Tuesday night, Gerrit Cole will face Nathan Iovaldi, and the winner will advance to a five-game AL Division Series starting Thursday with the East champion Rays.
The Dodgers will send Missouri-born NL Cy Young Award favorite Max Scherzer, 37, to the St. Louis Cardinals and Adam Wainwright, 40, at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday.
The winner awaits at the NLDS on Friday: The record veteran who ducked all the punches thrown by the mighty Dodgers left no doubt in the final game.
Giants starter Logan Webb hit a home run as San Francisco beat the San Diego Padres 11–4 and denied the Dodgers a 10–3 victory, probably on the final day of the game when the NL pitcher was struck. against Milwaukee.
“To see a better ensign race,” said catcher Buster Posey, the only giant to have played for the 2010, 2012 and 2014 World Series champions.
There are many more teams in the playoffs. The Chicago White Sox and Houston Astros will launch the ALDS in Texas on Thursday, and the Atlanta Braves will travel to the NLDS starting Friday to fight the Milwaukee Brewers.
On Sunday the quartet was more relaxed, breaking strings and preparing for post season.
A kind of mixed blessing. They missed out on having a lot of fun.