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April is just over a week old Bo Jackson
, and already Whit Merrifield is more than halfway to
matching Joe DiMaggio’s famous hitting streak.so long ago that it doesn’t totally
resonate.“I didn’t even know I had a streak going until the offseason when
someone told me I finished on 20 games,” Merrifield said Sunday. “I was
concerned with getting all the hits, and leading the league in hits.”Merrifield
indeed led the major leagues in hits last year, and on Monday, the Kansas City
infielder extended his hitting streak to 29 games. If that number keeps rising,
there will probably be plenty of chatter about whether his carried-over streak
is comparable to one that starts and finishes in the same season. DiMaggio’s
56-game mark isn’t exactly in jeopardy at the moment, but Merrifield needs only
one more game to tie George Brett’s franchise record.“As part of my routine
goes, nothing changes. I’d be lying if I said you don’t think about it,”
Merrifield said. “You try to stay with your approach as best you can. Hopefully
you get a hit your first at-bat, so you can relax the rest of the game, and play
your game. To say I’m not thinking about it would be a lie.”Brett’s 30-game
streak came in 1980, the same year he hit .390 and won AL MVP honors. The Royals
went to the World Series that season.Expectations are considerably lower this
year for Kansas City http://www.royalsfanproshop.com/authentic-ryan-goins-jersey ,
but the 30-year-old Merrifield is a bright spot. In a sport gravitating toward
home runs and strikeouts, he fits in with the Royals, who are trying to take a
step forward by building around speed. Merrifield stole 45 bases in 2018.A long
hitting streak can turn into a major story once it reaches about 30 games. There
hasn’t been a 30-gamer since Freddie Freeman’s in 2016. Merrifield’s run remains
under the radar, probably because the 2019 portion is only a nine-game streak.
It’s still a point of pride, though.“It’s cool. I mean, it’s an accolade that I
can hang my hat on, but I’d like to keep going,” he said.HITLESSAt the opposite
end of the spectrum, Baltimore’s Chris Davis is dealing with a different kind of
streak — which also dates to last season. Davis, who hit 53 home runs in 2013
and 38 as recently as 2016, is 0 for 28 this year with 15 strikeouts. He’s set a
record for a position player by going 49 at-bats without a hit, since a double
against the Chicago White Sox on Sept. 14.That was the same day Merrifield’s
hitting streak reached game five.HIGHLIGHTBryce Harper’s return to Washington
was an emotionally charged evening that included plenty of hostility from fans
of his former team. Then the new star of the Philadelphia Phillies struck
back Danny Duffy
, homering to the second deck in his final at-bat.
Philadelphia won 8-2 on Tuesday night.LINE OF THE WEEKGary Sánchez hit three
home runs for the New York Yankees in Sunday’s 15-3 victory at Baltimore.
Sánchez did all that in just nine pitches. He already has six homers on the year
after finishing last season with a fairly pedestrian 18. The Orioles didn’t make
it, so who should you root for?"The American League pennant races were kind of a
drag this year. The AL East and Central divisions were basically wrapped up for
the Red Sox and Indians early on and both teams coasted to their division
titles. Yes, I know the Yankees won 100 games, but they never really got close
enough to make it exciting. The AL West and Wild Card races had some uncertainty
in the sense that you weren’t sure if the west would go to the Astros or A’s,
and there was a chance for the Yankees to fall out of the top WC spot. But it
was clear those would be the three teams for some time, so it wasn’t all that
exciting to me. Tonight the Athletics and Yankees will face off in the WC game
in New York, with the winner traveling to Boston to play the Red Sox on Friday
in the ALDS. The Astros and Indians will also start their ALDS series on Friday.
With the Orioles out of the race since about April 3rd, you may want to pick
another team to root for in the playoffs. Here are the pros and cons of each AL
team. You can check out my post on the National League here. Oakland
AthleticsLast playoff appearance: 2014 (lost WC game to Royals)Last World Series
appearance: 1990 (lost to Reds)Last World Series win: 1989Former Orioles: Edwin
JacksonPros: The Oakland Athletics are the only AL playoff team that wasn’t also
a playoff team last season. And they are the only thing standing in the way of
us having to see a Yankees/Red Sox ALDS and listen to the announcers fawn all
over “the rivalry” as the two stupidest teams in baseball slog through an entire
series of prime time five-hour games. And if they beat the Yankees, they’re the
only thing keeping the Red Sox from getting one step closer to the WS. What else
do you need to root for them? Cons: Maybe it’s the west coast, maybe it’s
because they don’t know much about the players, but other than rooting for them
because I don’t like the team they are playing (and the team they’ll play if
they win the WC game) it’s hard to muster up much enthusiasm for them. New York
YankeesLast playoff appearance: 2017 (lost ALCS to Astros)Last World Series
appearance: 2009Last World Series win: 2009Former Orioles: Zach BrittonPros:
**fart noise**Cons: The Yankees haven’t won a World Series since 2009 and if
they want to keep that drought going for a solid decade or more it’s fine with
me. I don’t need to hear about how the Yankees are doing everything right I
don’t want to have to deal with a Yankees/Red Sox ALDS. I like it when other
teams get some attention and the Yankees have been hogging the spotlight for too
long. Boston Red SoxLast playoff appearance: 2017 (lost ALDS to Astros)Last
World Series appearance: 2013Last World Series win: 2013Former Orioles: Steve
PearcePros: If you like rooting for the team who is truly the best to win in the
playoffs, I must reluctantly say that the Red Sox are probably the team you
should root for. They earned 108 wins in the regular season and averaged 5 1鈦?
runs per game. Their starting rotation is above average no matter who they put
out there. I hate them. Cons: Have you ever gone to an Orioles game when the Red
Sox are in town and sat in your seat at baseball’s most beautiful
ballpark Frank White
, surrounded by Red Sox fans? If you have, there is
literally no way you can root for this team. Cleveland IndiansLast playoff
appearance: 2017 (lost ALDS to Yankees)Last World Series appearance: 2016 (lost
to Cubs)Last World Series win: 1948Former Orioles: Andrew MillerPros: The
Indians haven’t won a World Series since before my mom was born. That’s a pretty
darn good reason to root for them in my opinion. Think of all those fans! They
have the current longest WS drought of any team in baseball. Cons: Other than
their starting pitching, is this team even good? They get to play in a division
there the second place team finished under .500 and yet they tallied fewer wins
than either of the wild card teams! The Indians played sub-.500 ball against the
AL East and AL West, and yet are sitting here with a division title. And some of
those fans that are so desperate to finally get a WS win will be showing up to
the ballpark with Chief Wahoo signs. Houston AstrosLast playoff appearance:
2017Last World Series appearance: 2017Last World Series win: 2017Former Orioles:
N/APros: If you’re looking for a blueprint that you’d like the Orioles to
follow, the Astros plan to get back to contention is a pretty good model. The
Astros made the hard decisions and endured three straight 100+ loss seasons and
now are reaping the benefits. They got back to the playoffs in 2015 and won
their first ever World Series in 2017. In 2018 they are one of the top teams in
baseball with a very bright future. Cons: They just won the World Series last
year, which is an automatic no for me. And on top of that, they made a big stink
about how they have a no tolerance policy for domestic violence, but then traded
for Roberto Osuna who is in the middle of a trial for domestic abuse and who had
just served a suspension for it. They they kicked a fan out of their stadium
when he brought a sign into the park that had the phone number for a domestic
abuse hotline. Personal Rooting RankingAthleticsIndiansAstrosYankeesRed Sox
What’s your ranking? Who do you like and why? Who do you hate and why?
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