Out with the old and in with Playoff Baseball! The 2017 MLB regular season was a great one to remember with amazing moments, stretching from Aaron Judge's historic rookie season and memorable greats like Cody Bellinger and lets not forget Giancarlo Stanton's 59 home run season. As sad as it is to say this, the season is officially over, but Baseball isn't finished. Coming into the 2017 MLB postseason was 2 wild card games. The American League game consisted of Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees vs Byron Buxton and the Minnesota Twins, on the other hand the National league game was between Greinke and the Arizona Diamondbacks vs Nolan Arenado and the Colorado Rockies. The American League game was won by the Yankees who would later go on to face the Indians and move on to the ALCS winning 3-2. The Astros played the Red Sox in a best of 5 ALDS which ended with the Astros winning 3-1 and now looking to face the Yankees for an exciting ALCS. Transition to the national league, The Diamondbacks over took the Rockies and moved up to face the Dodgers for a best of 5 which they got swept. The Cubs and Nationals who already had secured their spots for the NLDS faced off and the Cubs moved up winning Game 5. The ALCS is set to begin October 13th in Houston at 7:00pm, while the NLCS game will take place one day later in Los Angeles at 7:00pm. So far this postseason hasn't disappointed and its only the begin stay tuned for more updates on Playoff Baseball.
6'7, 282 Pounds, playing Baseball, you would imagine to yourself that a man that size could potentially break different records throughout the season and to tell you the truth he has, broke the Yankees single single season home run record thats stood strong for more than 80 years! But it doesn't stop there for the 25-year old rookie. After starting the all-star game in RF and also winning the Derby the night before, Judge entered the second half of the season not really performing the same, his home run numbers lowered, entered the ASG with a .329 AVG and in this 2nd half has a .18191 AVG, his RBIs have lowered drastically, and already has 58 strikeouts. Aaron judge was kinda known for a big strikeout guy after playing the last end of the Yankees 2016 season and coming into the 2017 season he attempted to distract the crowd of his strikeouts with the incredible rookie numbers he put up in the first half which successfully worked, most of the media was very distracted on the fact that this kid with little MLB experience was putting up 30 home runs and the power he generated never failed to enter a conversation about him. But I didn't, he had 108 strikeouts in the first half of his incredible season. Mr. Judge, like I said, entered the second half not really performing the same and his strikeouts were catching up to him and he wasn't performing to the Yankees expectations, he started striking out every 2.6 at bats, the media never failed to notice something this crazy and dug out the possibility of breaking the strikeout record set in 1971 by Bill Stoneman, and soon enough judge had a strikeout, a strikeout, another strikeout and another one, where's the DJ Khaled button when you need it. A plate appearance against the potential CY Young award winner to try and save your reputation as a hitting master, and another record broken. The official consecutive game with atleast one strikeout now belongs to the 25 year old rookie in right field for the yankees. but who's judgin'
ended up getting my license aswell, but with my luck, the car I was going drive ended up having overheating problems and now I can't drive anything :]
Vlog numero dos. weather has been terrible, last Sunday we ended up having a bad storm and a tornado warning (which ended up hitting later that night) I wasn't home when all this occurred I was at work, and when the tornado actually ended up hitting all the staff ended up running to the bathroom. it was crazyyyyy.