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    Major League Baseball – 2022 Season

    The All-star game is over.

    Little more than halfway into the season and where things stand.



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    Have watched most of the games either on TV or on the computer (https://ko.strikeout.cc/baseball). Went to one game this year, with guests.

    It was almost embarrassing, but the Marlins got lucky.

    5:25 into the video

    Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

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    My Mariners are on a 14 game win streak. Hopefully the will keep the streak alive tomorrow!

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    ^ You have by far the hottest team in baseball. Hope my Giants can get hot like the M's did. Well done.

    We start a series against the Fodgers today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aging one View Post
    You have by far the hottest team in baseball.
    Well, do not speak too soon, we have a game to play tonight after the all star layoff. Hopefully the boys do not come out flat.

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    At times it can be difficult. Even the Marlins play-by-play announcers show signs of depression.

    Couple nights ago........


    not all that bad. Last night they won 2 1 against the Reds

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    I wish my Reds could play the Marlins, every night. They own their asses at Great American ballpark.

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    ^Reds are ahead 5 2 now (top of the 6th) against the Marlins






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    Nice way to spend part of your Sunday morning here in Thailand.

    Just skip to the 9th (Bases loaded)


    Would have been so much better at home on a Saturday evening,..in the stands.

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    ^ I’m thinking the Marlins will part ways after this season with Mattingly. Not that he’s doing a bad job. Shite team is all.

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    ^ they will not spend the money

    MLB Payrolls 2022

    (1) Los Angeles Dodgers: $265,396,675

    (26) Miami Marlins: $83,333,568

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    Little more than ’s into the regular season and where things stand.

    Top ten


    Bottom ten


    Go Rays

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    My Mariners are going to be a wild card team.

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    ^Good luck.

    Some of the Marlins players will be looking for another team to sign with at about that time

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    Will Albert Pujols get to 700 homeruns before the end of the season? Think there are 26 or 27 games left.

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    No. 60! Judge sixth all time to reach HR plateau

    This has been a historic, remarkable year for Aaron Judge, a year destined to be remembered among the greatest offensive performances in baseball history. And fans everywhere can “all rise” for this: the Yankees slugger isn’t even close to done yet.

    Judge hit his Major League-leading 60th home run on Tuesday, launching a solo shot to deep left-center field in the bottom of the ninth inning. Not just historic, the homer sparked the Yankees to a 9-8 walk-off win on Giancarlo Stanton's grand slam four batters later.

    With his blast, Judge has closed within one big swing of equaling Roger Maris’ 61-year-old American League record for home runs in a single season.

    Judge is now one of only three Yankees ever to slug 60 homers in a single season. Babe Ruth established a then-Major League record with 60 home runs in 1927, a mark that stood until Maris surpassed the Sultan of Swat in 1961.

    With 16 games remaining, Judge appears poised to surpass Maris and then some. The 30-year-old superstar is also competing for the Majors’ first Triple Crown since the Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera paced the AL in batting average, homers and RBIs in 2012. After his 1-for-4 day on Tuesday, he was leading the AL in all three categories.

    Judge is just the sixth Major League player (ninth time) to hit at least 60 home runs in a single season, a group that includes Barry Bonds (steroids) (73 in 2001), Mark McGwire (steroids) (70 in 1998; 65 in ‘99), Sammy Sosa (steroids) (66 in ’98, 64 in ’01; 63 in ‘99), Maris (61 in ’61) and Ruth (60 in ’27).


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