By Juan Paez
- Good phrase said by the general manager of the Yankees, Brian Cashman, when asked about Aaron Judge. “He’s going to dictate the dance moves while he’s in free agency because he’s earned the right to do so. We’ll see how everything turns out, he’s the most important thing,” Cashman said. Trying to keep Judge in New York will be Chapman’s biggest task after the World Series is over. We’ll see, said a blind man.
- JuventudDivinoTesoro.com: The youngster Jeremy Peña, of the Astros, does not stop surprising in the World Series. At just 25 years old, he is the only rookie shortstop to homer in Fall Classic history, in addition to being the only rookie shortstop to win the Gold Glove. To top it all off, so far this postseason, in 12 games, he is hitting .333 on average with four home runs and a 1.005 OPS.
He died on a day like today:
2011: The Phillies announce the signing of veteran Jim Thome, at 41 years of age, to play the final season of his career.
The Astros’ bullpen has an 0.88 ERA during the 2022 postseason, the lowest mark in a single postseason since the Reds posted 0.29 in 1990.
We close with the phrase of the day:
“I don’t want to be one of those great players who never made it to the World Series.”
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