The MR. OCTOBERS of ALCS Games 1 and 2 and NLCS Game 1

In the LCS round, every Mr. October gets five points.

So, anyway….

ALCS Game 1: Edinson Volquez and Alcides Escobar

ALCS Game 2: Mike Moustakas and Kelvin Herrera

NLCS Game 1: Matt Harvey and Travis d’Arnaud

Standings so far (PP= Position Player, P= Pitcher, * means eliminated from playoffs):

P Jeurys Familia 9

PP Jorge Soler 6

P Marcus Stroman 6

PP Jose Bautista 6

PP Alex Rios 6

P Johnny Cueto 6

PP Daniel Murphy 6

P Edinson Volquez 5

PP Alcides Escobar 5

PP Mike Moustakas 5

P Kelvin Herrera 5

P Matt Harvey 5

PP Travis d’Arnaud 5

P Dallas Keuchel 4*

P Jake Diekman 3*

PP Rougned Odor 3*

P Collin McHugh 3*

PP Kendrys Morales 3

P Shawn Tolleson 3*

PP Delino DeShields 3*

PP Salvador Perez 3

P Ryan Madson 3

P John Lackey 3*

PP Stephen Piscotty 3*

P Jacob deGrom 3

PP David Wright 3

P Travis Wood 3

P Noah Syndergaard 3

PP Adrian Gonzalez 3*

PP Chris Carter 3*

P Marco Estrada 3

PP Troy Tulowitzki 3

P Wade Davis 3

PP Carlos Correa 3*

P Roberto Osuna 3

PP Kevin Pillar 3

P Pedro Strop 3

PP Yoenis Cespedes 3

P Justin Grimm 3

PP Javier Baez 3

P Clayton Kershaw 3*

PP Justin Turner 3*

PP Colby Rasmus 1*

PP Kyle Schwarber 1

P Jake Arrieta 1

 

Headlines From Around The Continuum (October 16, 2015)

A sampling of baseball-related headlines from the Newseum, elsewhere, and occasionally some websites, with the occasional note from me on what they are talking about:

Headline: Mets beat Dodgers, will face Cubs in NLCS

New York Times: Joy in Metsville

Daily News (Front): UT YOURS!

Daily News (Back): DAN-TASTIC

NY Post (Front): YOU METCHA!

NY Post (Back): DANTASTIC!

Newsday (Front): BRING ON THE CUBS!

Newsday (Back): YES!

METRO- NEW YORK: MIGHTY METS

LA Daily News: METS GIVE DODGERS THE BLUES… AGAIN (This was also used with affiliated papers.)

La Opinion (Los Angeles): Corazón roto (“Broken heart”)

Orange County Register: DODGERS’ BLUNDERS ADD UP

Bakersfield Californian: LIGHTS OUT ON DODGERS’ POSTSEASON

The Record (Bergen County, NJ): Mets’ faith pays off

Press-Enterprise (Riverside, Ca.): FIZZLING AT FINISH

Times Herald-Record (Middletown, NY): JUST AMAZIN’

Monterey (Ca.) Herald): Mets reach NLCS, send Dodgers packing

Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY): HOW ‘BOUT THE BIG APPLE?

Santa Maria (Ca.) Times: Dodgers done

Ventura County (Ca.) Star:  Season at an end

Chicago Sun-Times: NLCS SET: CUBS VS. METS

Daytona Beach (FL) News-Journal: Volusia County’s Jacob deGrom pitches Mets to NLCS

Gainesville (FL) Sun: METS EDGE DODGERS, ADVANCE TO NLCS

The MR. OCTOBERS of the LDS Game 5s

I decided to hold back on declaring MR. OCTOBERS for the League Division Game 5s until all three Game 5s were done, thus allowing me to wrap up the LDS round in a nice bow. Now, since Game 5 (or, in 7-game series, Game 7) are worth double points, the MR. OCTOBERS of these games got double points, in this case, six points.

So, who were the MR. OCTOBERS?

In Texas vs. Toronto, the Mr. Octobers were Marcus Stroman, and Jose Bautista, who unleashed the Bat-Flip Of The Gods.

In Kansas City vs. Houston, the Mr. Octobers were Alex Rios and Johnny Cueto.

And, finally, in last night’s Dodgers-Mets game, they were Daniel Murphy and Jeurys Familia.

Standings so far (PP= Position Player, P= Pitcher, * means eliminated from playoffs):

P Jeurys Familia 9

PP Jorge Soler 6

P Marcus Stroman 6

PP Jose Bautista 6

PP Alex Rios 6

P Johnny Cueto 6

PP Daniel Murphy 6

P Dallas Keuchel 4*

P Jake Diekman 3*

PP Rougned Odor 3*

P Collin McHugh 3*

PP Kendrys Morales 3

P Shawn Tolleson 3*

PP Delino DeShields 3*

PP Salvador Perez 3

P Ryan Madson 3

P John Lackey 3*

PP Stephen Piscotty 3*

P Jacob deGrom 3

PP David Wright 3

P Travis Wood 3

P Noah Syndergaard 3

PP Adrian Gonzalez 3*

PP Chris Carter 3*

P Marco Estrada 3

PP Troy Tulowitzki 3

P Wade Davis 3

PP Carlos Correa 3*

P Roberto Osuna 3

PP Kevin Pillar 3

P Pedro Strop 3

PP Yoenis Cespedes 3

P Justin Grimm 3

PP Javier Baez 3

P Clayton Kershaw 3*

PP Justin Turner 3*

PP Colby Rasmus 1*

PP Kyle Schwarber 1

P Jake Arrieta 1

Headlines from Around The Continuum (October 15, 2015)

A sampling of baseball-related headlines from the Newseum, elsewhere, and occasionally some websites, with the occasional note from me on what they are talking about:

Headline: Blue Jays advance to ALCS after bat-!@#$ insane Game 5

(Toronto) Globe and Mail: JAYS TAKE FANS ON A WILD RIDE TO REMEMBER

National Post: COMEBACK KIDS

Toronto Star: SING ALONG, YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO … JOSE! JOSE! JOSE! JOSE!

Dallas Morning News: A tough way to go

Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Seventh-inning collapse collapse ends Rangers’ season

Calgary Herald: BAUTISTA POWERS BLUE JAYS INTO ALCS

Calgary Sun: TRUE BLUE!

Canada’s Metro papers: BRING ‘EM ON or FLIPPING OUT IN TORONTO

Edmonton Journal: JAYS MOVE ON AFTER WILD WIN

Guelph Mercury: Bautista’s big blast

Hamilton Spectator: WHAT A WIN!

Waterloo Region Record: What a game!

La Presse (Montreal): UN MATCH FOU! (“A CRAZY GAME!”)

Ottawa Citizen: SEVENTH-INNING SMASH!

Prince George Citizen: JOSÉ! JOSÉ! JOSÉ!

Le Journal de Quebec: Les Jays sensationnels (“The Jays sensational”)

Citrus County (FL) Chronicle: It’s been a while: Toronto Blue Jays advance to ALCS

Augusta (GA) Chronicle: A WILD RIDE

The Gleaner (Henderson, KY): BLUE JAYS FLY INTO ALCS

Standard-Speaker (Hazleton, PA): TORONTO’S WILD WIN

Vanguardia (Saltillo, Mexico): El héroe de Toronto (“The hero of Toronto”, referring to Roberto Osuna, who is Mexican)

La Prensa (Managua, Nicaragua): Toronto completa asalto (“Toronto completes assault”)

El Nacional (Caracas, Venezuela): Errores de Andrus coronaron a Toronto (“Andrus errors crowned Toronto“, referring to Venezuelan Elvis Andrus’ critical 7th inning errors)

Headline: Royals return to ALCS behind Johnny Cueto’s excellent performance

Kansas City Star: Cheers & tears

Houston Chronicle: CRUSHED CITY

Joplin (MO) Globe: ROYAL FLUSH

The Eagle (Bryan-College Station, TX): MAJOR STUMBLES (This technically referred to both Texas teams, but the picture was of the Astros.)

The Hutchinson (KS) News: AND IT’S ON TO THE NEXT ONE

Lawrence (KS) Journal-World: JOHNNY BE GOOD

Springfield (MO) News-Leader: ROYALS RETURN TO ALCS

Omaha World-Herald: K.C.’s ace in the hole

Salina (KS) Journal: ROYALS WIN! 7-2

Topeka Capital-Journal: On to ALCS

Wichita Eagle: ROYALS ADVANCE TO AL CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

The Hawk Eye (Burlington, Iowa): Royals move on to ALCS

Headline: Mets vs. Dodgers for final LCS spot tonight

Daily News (Back): READY FOR MY CLOSE-UP (with picture of Mr. Met)

New York Post (Back): TAKE FIVE

Newsday (Back): HOLLYWOOD ENDING?

METRO- New York Edition: HANGING BY A HAIR

Press-Telegram (Long Beach): Greinke vs. deGrom will be a battle of styles (This was also used for other papers of the same chain.)

Star-Ledger (Newark, NJ): Mets face yet another do-or-die

The Desert Sun (Palm Springs): Dodgers looking to Greinke to extend team’s run

The Times of Trenton (NJ): Mets staking their hopes on deGrom

Yesterday’s MR. OCTOBERS (LDS Day 6)

Yesterday’s Mr. Octobers were….

Cubs-Cardinals: Justin Grimm (pitcher) and Javier Baez (position player)

Mets-Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw and Justin Turner.

Standings so far (PP= Position Player, P= Pitcher, * means eliminated from playoffs):

PP Jorge Soler 6

P Dallas Keuchel 4

P Jake Diekman 3

PP Rougned Odor 3

P Collin McHugh 3

PP Kendrys Morales 3

P Shawn Tolleson 3

PP Delino DeShields 3

PP Salvador Perez 3

P Ryan Madson 3

P John Lackey 3*

PP Stephen Piscotty 3*

P Jacob deGrom 3

PP David Wright 3

P Travis Wood 3

P Noah Syndergaard 3

PP Adrian Gonzalez 3

PP Chris Carter 3

P Marco Estrada 3

PP Troy Tulowitzki 3

P Wade Davis 3

PP Carlos Correa 3

P Roberto Osuna 3

PP Kevin Pillar 3

P Pedro Strop 3

P Jeurys Familia 3

PP Yoenis Cespedes 3

P Justin Grimm 3

PP Javier Baez 3

P Clayton Kershaw 3

PP Justin Turner 3

PP Colby Rasmus 1

PP Kyle Schwarber 1

P Jake Arrieta 1

Headlines from Around The Continuum (October 14, 2015)

A sampling of baseball-related headlines from the Newseum, elsewhere, and occasionally some websites, with the occasional note from me on what they are talking about:

Headline: Cubs beat rival Cardinals, head to NLCS as America catches Cubs Fever

Chicago Tribune: HAVING A BLAST

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: KNOCKOUT PUNCH

Chicago Sun-Times (“Cubs Extra”): HOUSE PARTY

Redeye (Chicago): W (as in, it’s a big picture of the blue W flown after every Cubs win)

Northwest Herald (Crystal Lake, Ill.): W FLAG KEEPS FLYING

Springfield (Ill.) News-Leader: CARDINALS OUT

Daily Chronicle (Dekalb, Ill.): CUBS ADVANCE (This headline was also used elsewhere.)

Beacon-News (Aurora, Ill.): NO PLACE LIKE HOME (This headline was used with many other papers of the same chain.)

The Pantagraph (Bloomington, Ill.): Cubs finish off Cardinals, reach NLCS

News-Gazette (Champaign, Ill.): They are good. Really.

Decatur (Ill.) Herald & Review: Cubs roar into NLCS

Courier-News (Elgin, Ill.): A NEW BLUE FLU (on Cubs fans playing hooky early from work to watch game)

Journal Gazette (Mattoon, Ill.) CUBS WIN NLDS

Naperville (Ill.) Sun: SENIOR CUBS FAN SAYS IT’S THIS YEAR

Rockford (Ill.) Register Star: LOVIN’ THE LONG BALL

Lewiston (Idaho) Tribune: Cubs clinch at Wrigley

Herald-Times (Bloomington, Ind.): Schwarber, Cubs head to NLCS

The Times (Munster, Ind.): FLY THE W

South Bend (Ind.) Tribune: Moving on

Tribune-Star (Terre Haute, Ind.): IT’S CUBS IN 4 GAMES

The Hawk Eye (Burlington, Iowa): Bye, bye, birds

Des Moines Register: THAT’S HISTORY

Omaha World-Herald: A little history for Cubs

Arizona Republic (Phoenix): Cubs move one step closer to World Series

Panama City (FL) News-Herald: Young Cubs blast Cards, advance to NLCS

Sentinel-Record (Hot Springs, Arkansas): CUBS WIN (This headline was also used elsewhere.)

Sarasota (FL) Herald-Tribune: Cubs dispatch the Cardinals

St. Augustine (FL) Record: CUBS WIN DIVISION SERIES

Augusta (GA) Chronicle: CUBS MOVING ON

La Prensa (Managua, Nicaragua): Cachorros dejan atrás a Cardenales (“Cubs leave Cardinals behind”)

Primera Hora (Guaynabo, Puerto Rico): !Poder boricua! (“Puerto Rican Power!”, referring to Javier Baez’s home run)

El Nacional (Caracas, Venezuela): Hector Rondón sello el pase de Chicago (“Hector Rondon sealed the deal for Chicago.”)

 

Headline: Kershaw and Dodgers force Game 5

Daily News (Back page): KERSHES!

NY Post (Front): To live or die in LA

NY Post (Back): ‘SHAW SHANKED

Newsday (Back): ACED OUT

Los Angeles Times: Dodgers win, force Game 5

New York Times: Mets Strike Out, and It’s on to Game 5

Los Angeles Daily News: Turner, Dodgers win to bring series back to L.A.

La Opinion (LA): Kershaw salva a los Dodgers (“Kershaw saves Dodgers”)

The Record (Bergen County, NJ): Mets’ night ends in in frustration

Times Union (Albany, NY): Mets can’t close series out

Press-Enterprise (Riverside, CA): ALIVE FOR FIVE

Republican-American (Waterbury, Conn.): METS LOSE

El Vigia (Ensenada, Mexico): Kershaw da vida Dodgers (“Kershaw gives Dodgers life”)

 

Headline: ALDS Game 5s Today

Kansas City Star: ROYALS WON’T HESITATE TO PULL JOHNNY CUETO

Dallas Morning News: Rangers turn to Cole

National Post (Toronto): ALL EYES ON STROMAN

Toronto Star: LET’S PLAY BALL!

St. Joseph (Mo.) News-Press: BIG STAKES

Lufkin (TX) Daily News: Do or die!

Junction City (KS) Daily Union: It hinges on tonight: Royals prepare for Game 5

Salina (KS) Journal: ROYALS AT HOME!

Wichita Eagle: CUETO SET TO START GAME

American Press (Lake Charles, La.): NOW OR NEVER FOR ASTROS

 

Yesterday’s MR. OCTOBERS (LDS Day 5)

The Mr. Octobers of yesterday are….

Kansas City-Houston: Wade Davis (pitcher) and Carlos Correa (Position player, even though they lost and his muffed ball was a reason why)

Texas-Toronto: Roberto Osuna (pitcher) and Kevin Pillar (position player)

Cubs-Cardinals: Pedro Strop (pitcher) and Jorge Soler (position player)

Mets-Dodgers: Jeurys Familia (pitcher) and Yoenis Cespedes (position player)

Standings so far (PP= Position Player, P= Pitcher, * means eliminated from playoffs):

PP Jorge Soler 6

P Dallas Keuchel 4

P Jake Diekman 3

PP Rougned Odor 3

P Collin McHugh 3

PP Kendrys Morales 3

P Shawn Tolleson 3

PP Delino DeShields 3

PP Salvador Perez 3

P Ryan Madson 3

P Jon Lackey 3

PP Stephen Piscotty 3

P Jacob deGrom 3

PP David Wright 3

P Travis Wood 3

P Noah Syndergaard 3

PP Adrian Gonzalez 3

PP Chris Carter 3

P Marco Estrada 3

PP Troy Tulowitzki 3

P Wade Davis 3

PP Carlos Correa 3

P Roberto Osuna 3

PP Kevin Pillar 3

P Pedro Strop 3P Jeurys Familia 3PP Yoenis Cespedes 3

PP Colby Rasmus 1

PP Kyle Schwarber 1

P Jake Arrieta 1

Headlines from Around The Continuum (October 13, 2015)

A sampling of baseball-related headlines from the Newseum, elsewhere, and occasionally some websites, with the occasional note from me on what they are talking about:

Headline: Royals shock Astros with rally, force Game 5

Kansas City Star: DEJA BLUE

Houston Chronicle: It was hard to watch

St. Joseph (Mo.) News-Press: ROYALS RALLY LATE

Primera Hora (Guaynabo, Puerto Rico): “Fallé la jugada, la fallé.” (“I missed the play, I failed.” This is a quote from the Puerto Rican Carlos Correa after his error proved very costly to the Astros.)

Brownsville (TX) Herald: COSTLY ERROR (Correa’s error)

The Monitor (McAllen, TX): COSTLY BLUNDER

The Hutchinson (KS) News: CALL IT A COMEBACK

Wichita (KS) Eagle: ROYALS RALLY PAST ASTROS

Lawrence (KS) Journal-World: KC FORCES GAME 5

El Nuevo Herald (Miami): Los Reales igualan serie con los Astros (“The Royals match/equal series with Astros”)

El Nuevo Diario (Managua, Nicaragua): Kansas obliga a un quinto y decisivo juego (“Kansas forcing a a fifth and deciding game”)

Headline: Blue Jays bash way to Game 5

Dallas Morning News: Oh, no — Canada

Toronto Star: THEY’RE COMING HOME

(Toronto) Globe and Mail: OFFENCE POWERS UP AS JAYS MAKE QUICK WORK OF RANGERS

National Post: Jays victory sets up Wednesday showdown

Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Blue Jays win, send series to winner-take-all finale

Canada’s Metro Papers: BACK FROM THE BRINK or BOYS IN BLUE COMING HOME or JUMP FOR JOY (depending on city)

Calgary Herald: BLUE JAYS FORCE GAME 5

Ottawa Citizen: BLUE JAYS TWO-STEP IN TEXAS

Times Record News (Wichita Falls, TX): BACK TO CANADA

Le Journal de Quebec: Les Jays forcent un ultime match (“The Jays force a final game.”)

Amarillo (TX) Globe-News: JAYS FIGHT BACK

Edmonton Journal: BLUE JAYS STAY ALIVE

Winnipeg Free Press: Blue Jays hit power switch, knot series

Headline: Cubs see record six young guns go deep, one win from NLCS

Chicago Tribune: FLYIN’ HIGH

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: DEEP-SIXED

Daily Herald (Suburban Chicago): WRIGLEYVILLE SLUGGERS

Daily Chronicle (Dekalb, Ill.): CRUSHING IT

Beacon-News (Aurora, Ill.): On a real power trip

Belleville (Ill.) News-Democrat: CUBS’ SIX HOMERS BLAST CARDS

Decatur (Ill.) Herald & Review: Homer haven

Courier-News (Elgin, Ill.): Cubs have a blast at Wrigley

Journal Star (Peoria, Ill.): CUBS HAVE A BLAST

Tampa Bay Times: Maddon’s magic arrives at playoffs

Idaho Press-Tribune (Nampa): CHI-TOWN SLUGGERS

Quad-City Times (Davenport, Iowa): HIT PARADE

The Hawk Eye (Burlington, Iowa): Cubs down Cards in Wrigley matchup

Tribune-Star (Terre Haute, Ind.): BREAKING SERIES TIE

The Gazette (Cedar Rapids, Iowa): Cubs move one step closer

Messenger-Inquirer (Owensboro, KY): HOMER HAPPY

Evansville (Ind.) Courier & Press: THE BATTLE CONTINUES

Sioux City (Iowa) Journal: LEG UP

Register Citizen (Torrington, Conn.): Cubs move a game away from NLCS

The Times (Munster, Ind.): CUBS HOMER SIX TIMES, BEAT CARDS

Delaware State News (Dover): Cubs claw Cards in NL Div. Series

The Garden Island (Lihu’e, Hawaii): CUBS TAKE LEAD IN NLDS

 

Headline: Mets avenge Tejada not through beanballs but with offense

New York Times: Revenge of the Mets

Daily News (Front): Kicked ’em in the Uts!

Daily News (Back): CHASE THAT!

New York Post (Front): Monster mash

New York Post (Back): BREAK THIS!

Newsday (Front): METS GET REVENGE AT PLATE

Newsday (Back): TAKE THAT!

Bakersfield Californian: TO THE BRINK

Press-Telegram (Long Beach): Mets use the long ball to rout the Dodgers

The Desert Sun (Palm Springs, Ca.): Mets beat Dodgers, take lead in NLDS

The Record (Bergen County, NJ): Mets answer in big way

Press-Enterprise (Riverside, Ca.): METS DRUB DODGERS

Herald News (Woodland Park, NJ): METS FANS SAVOR THE MOMENT

Ventura County (Ca.) Star: DODGERS BLASTED IN GAME 3

Connecticut Post (Bridgeport): Mets crush Dodgers to take 2-1 lead in NLDS

Herald News (Klamath Falls, Oregon): RECORD EFFORT

 

Nothing good can happen tonight in Mets-Dodgers

(The following is about 90% sarcastic. I hope.)

Given that Chase Utley is going to be eligible, here are a few possibilities of what could happen tonight:

Scenario One: Nothing.

Utley doesn’t play. There are boos and stuff during the pre-game and during the game, but no retaliation is done and it more-or-less is uneventful. However, this just means that the bad stuff will happen later. This is the least-bad scenario.

Scenario Two: The Mets Go Bad

The Mets are America’s darlings right now and most everyone is feeling for them after what happened. However, imagine if tonight Chase Utley doesn’t play, but the Mets go for their vengeance anyway. Perhaps they do a hard slide against a Dodgers middle-infielder, or decide that Adrian Gonzalez would make a nice substitute for Utley at the plate? Then, all the sudden the Mets look like just as big of bullies as the Dodgers, and while the home crowd will eat it up, almost everyone else will be disgusted.

Scenario Three: The Carousel of Boos

Utley plays, but doesn’t do much at the plate or in the field and the Mets don’t retaliate either. He just hears very loud boos all night long. One of the least-bad scenarios.

Scenario Four: Taken Vengeance

This scenario is simple: Harvey or another Mets pitcher pegs Chase Utley with a pitch. Maybe they get thrown out, maybe they don’t. Whatever happens, though, Utley just walks to first, knowing that he deserved that. The score more-or-less settled, the game goes on.

Scenario Five: Throwdown in Flushing

Like the above scenario, except Utley, possessed by some strange demon, charges the mound. Low-level fisticuffs are had, people’s mothers are insulted, there is pushing and shoving, and both Utley and the pitcher who hit him is sent to the showers, perhaps with other players as well. It’s a bad look for MLB and the two teams.

Scenario Six: Doomsday

You’d think the above would be the worst scenario. You would be wrong. Here’s the worst scenario:

Utley plays. In his first AB, he homers or does some other big play that scores runs for the the Dodgers. The fans are incensed, especially because they believe he should have been suspended. Things are thrown on the field, the game is delayed for a time, security is heightened.

And then things get worse. The Dodgers start to go nuts at the plate, running up the score. And then, during his second AB, Utley gets beaned. All hell breaks loose. The benches clear, the bullpens empty, actual punches are thrown. In the chaos, fans who have been drinking for most of the day (it’s Columbus Day and some will have been off, after all) begin to rush the field. NYPD and stadium security is hapless as anarchy descends upon CitiField. Bartolo Colon throws a trident. One player is caught on camera knocking out a drunk with one punch. Mr. Met’s head inexplicably ends up on eBay.

When the dust finally settles, the game is called and the Mets forfeit Game 3, leading to outright soccer-style rioting outside of the stadium that eventually leads to the Mets also forfeiting Game 4 and thus the series. The entire incident goes down in history as the ugliest fan moment in baseball history since at least Disco Demolition Night.

 

So, yeah, this could ugly.

Yesterday’s MR. OCTOBERS (LDS DAY 4)

In Game 3 of Kansas City vs. Houston, the Mr. Octobers were Dallas Keuchel (pitcher) and Chris Carter (position player).

The Mr. Octobers of Toronto’s win against Texas were Marco Estrada (pitcher) and Troy Tulowitzki (position player).

Standings so far (PP= Position Player, P= Pitcher, * means eliminated from playoffs):

P Dallas Keuchel 4

P Jake Diekman 3

PP Rougned Odor 3

P Collin McHugh 3

PP Kendrys Morales 3

P Shawn Tolleson 3

PP Delino DeShields 3

PP Salvador Perez 3

P Ryan Madson 3

P Jon Lackey 3

PP Stephen Piscotty 3

P Jacob deGrom 3

PP David Wright 3

P Travis Wood 3

PP Jorge Soler 3

P Noah Syndergaard 3

PP Adrian Gonzalez 3

PP Chris Carter 3

P Marco Estrada 3

PP Troy Tulowitzki 3

PP Colby Rasmus 1

PP Kyle Schwarber 1

P Jake Arrieta 1