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Gameday Thread: 7/27 Mariners @ Angels: Ohtani starting vs. a lefty


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So maybe whoever that clown was who was bitching about this earlier this week will be happy now.

Angels:

1. David Fletcher (R) 3B
2. Shohei Ohtani (L) DH
3. Mike Trout (R) CF
4. Justin Upton (R) LF
5. Albert Pujols (R) 1B
6. Andrelton Simmons (R) SS
7. Ian Kinsler (R) 2B
8. Jose Briceno (R) C
9. Kole Calhoun (L) RF

Heaney on the mound.

Mariners:

1. Dee Gordon (L) 2B
2. Jean Segura (R) SS
3. Mitch Haniger (R) RF
4. Nelson Cruz (R) DH
5. Kyle Seager (L) 3B
6. Ryon Healy (R) 1B
7. Mike Zunino (R) C
8. Ben Gamel (L) LF
9. Guillermo Heredia (R) CF

LeBlanc on the mound.

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15 minutes ago, Dick B Back said:

If he does, he would end up with a lifetime OPS of 1.850.

If Arcia has a one-game career he would have the all-time MLB record of 4 RBI. 

By the way, there have been 1,002 players in baseball history who have appeared in only one game (hitters). I didn't check the pitcher's list.

I didn't know that Jeff Banister appeared in only one game, in 1991. Pinch-hitting, he singled in one at-bat.

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5 minutes ago, fan_since79 said:

If Arcia has a one-game career he would have the all-time MLB record of 4 RBI. 

By the way, there have been 1,002 players in baseball history who have appeared in only one game (hitters). I didn't check the pitcher's list.

I didn't know that Jeff Banister appeared in only one game, in 1991. Pinch-hitting, he singled in one at-bat.

The greatest one-game career ever:

https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/p/paciojo01.shtml

 

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8 minutes ago, fan_since79 said:

A favorite trivia question is, who had only one major league career at-bat, struck out, yet is in the Hall of Fame. A position player.

The framing of the question is misleading, given that he's obviously not in the HOF due to his status as a position player, but instead due to his managerial success.

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9 minutes ago, fan_since79 said:

A favorite trivia question is, who had only one major league career at-bat, struck out, and is in the Hall of Fame. A position player.

He's not in the Hall as a player, obviously.

Lasorda?

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54 minutes ago, fan_since79 said:

Arcia sitting after his 4-RBI debut.

I hope he doesn't have one of those one-game careers.

He was referring to two games, Arcia started one of those games.  If you want to be super picky, he did what he has been doing and flip flopping both Fletcher and Kole depending on the pitcher and it seems to be working to those two hitters advantage.

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