- World Series Team Comparison
- Game 6 Highlights
It’s already been an incredible start to the World Series with some huge standouts. The Dodgers dominated game 1, and the Rays game 2. It almost seemed as if both teams chose to use their B guys, against the other team’s A guys in the games. The Dodgers sent out their best game 1, and the Rays game 2.
Here’s a quick Stat Comparison
|Extra Base Hits||20||14|
|Batting Average Against||.228||.264|
Game 6: Highlights
- Tony Gonsolin
- Gonsolin faced 6 batters in his first start this series. They went 0-3 with 3 BB’s, and unfortunately for him, 1 of his runners went on to score.
- Robert’s said he hopes to get 5-6 innings out of Gonsolin, which would be his longest outing of the postseason
- Postseason ERA of 9.39, Regular Season ERA 2.31
- Blake Snell
- He went 4.2 IP last time with 2 hits, 4 walks, 2 runs, a homer, and 9 strikeouts.
- He hasn’t gone into the 7th inning once this postseason, but also gave up more than 2 runs only once.
- 2020 Postseason: 2-2, 3.33 ERA, 1.32 WHIP, 28 K
Batters To Watch
- Corey Seager
- He still leads the series (minus Phillips 1-1) in OPS at 1.432.
- His OBP is .609 and if he can get above .636 he’ll crack the top 10 all time
- He’s 3 runs away from tying the most in a single World Series ever
- Justin Turner
- He’s second behind Seager with a 1.209 OPS
- He has 4 doubles and 2 homers out of his 8 hits
- He’s slugging .818 which is as good as Seager, but is 4 walks behind
- Max Muncy
- He leads the team with 6 RBI
- He has a 5 BB to 3 K ratio
- He’s 3rd in the series with 7 hits
- Manuel Margot
- He was half a step from stealing home to tie the game against Kershaw
- He’s 3rd on his team with a .937 OPS
- He has 2 stolen bases for the only SB’s on his team
- Randy “Savage” Arozarena
- Has the homer run record now with 9.
- 1.121 OPS in the WS
- Attempted to steal a base too
- Brandon Lowe
- Had his name all over the game 4 win, same as game 2.
- .714 OPS, but his 3 hits are 3 homers with 6 RBI
- If he hits, the Rays win.