Daily Archives: April 23, 2014
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Odds To Win The 2014 World Series
1. LA Dodgers +600
2. Detroit Tigers +700
T3. Washington Nationals +900 (Down from +700)
They have only really beat the Marlins all year, haven’t fared well against the great clubs,
T3. St. Louis Cardinals +900 (Down From +850)
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ALL TIME HR List In Baseball
|Rank||Player (yrs, age)||Home Runs||Bats||HR Log|
|1.||Barry Bonds (22)||762||L||HR Log|
|2.||Hank Aaron+ (23)||755||R||HR Log|
|3.||Babe Ruth+ (22)||714||L||HR Log|
|4.||Willie Mays+ (22)||660||R||HR Log|
|5.||Alex Rodriguez (20, 38)||654||R||HR Log|
|6.||Ken Griffey (22)||630||L||HR Log|
|7.||Jim Thome (22)||612||L||HR Log|
|8.||Sammy Sosa (18)||609||R||HR Log|
|9.||Frank Robinson+ (21)||586||R||HR Log|
|10.||Mark McGwire (16)||583||R||HR Log|
|11.||Harmon Killebrew+ (22)||573||R||HR Log|
|12.||Rafael Palmeiro (20)||569||L||HR Log|
|13.||Reggie Jackson+ (21)||563||L||HR Log|
|14.||Manny Ramirez (19)||555||R||HR Log|
|15.||Mike Schmidt+ (18)||548||R||HR Log|
|16.||Mickey Mantle+ (18)||536||B||HR Log|
|17.||Jimmie Foxx+ (20)||534||R||HR Log|
|18.||Willie McCovey+ (22)||521||L||HR Log|
|Frank Thomas+ (19)||521||R||HR Log|
|Ted Williams+ (19)||521||L||HR Log|
|21.||Ernie Banks+ (19)||512||R||HR Log|
|Eddie Mathews+ (17)||512||L||HR Log|
|23.||Mel Ott+ (22)||511||L||HR Log|
|24.||Gary Sheffield (22)||509||R||HR Log|
|25.||Eddie Murray+ (21)||504||B||HR Log|
|26.||Albert Pujols (14, 34)||500||R||HR Log|
Celebrating 100 years of Wrigley Field baseball… which amounts to 7 home post season games won.
Plus Albert Pujols‘ 500th homer and his quest for 263 more.
That and more on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Albert Pujols homered twice, driving in a pair of runs. His second home run was career homer number 500. He helped the Angels top the Nations, 7-2.
Matt Holliday got on base four times, scored, drove in a run and pulled a home run back over the fence with a great catch as the Cardinals topped the Mets, 3-0.
Jose Fernandez won one of the most startling pitching duels of the year, striking out 14 over 8 shutout innings and letting up just 3 hits and walking none. The Marlins would sneak past the Braves, 1-0.
David Price overcame a pair of homers to throw a complete game, striking out 12 and walking one. The Rays beat the Twins, 7-3.
They owned baseball on April.22, 2014.
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