The Yankees maintain their remarkable pace by sweeping the cubs; José Ramrez can’t stop running

The Yankees maintain their remarkable pace by sweeping the cubs;  José Ramrez can't stop running

Ramírez now has 59 RBI in 56 Guardians’ games. No player has driven home more runs than his team played games in a full schedule since Manny Ramirez’s 165 RBI in 1999. And, in fact, that’s the only season of its kind since the schedule expanded to 162 games. There’s an awful long way to go here, but it merits our attention.

Los Angeles went 2 for 24 with runners in scoring position in the three games, prompting manager Dave Roberts to say his offense lacked a team-first “mindset.” Austin Slater and Mike Yastrzemski hit solo home runs off Julio Urías in the first inning Sunday, and Carlos Rodón and the Giants bullpen made the two runs stand up to complete the sweep. Ramírez now has 59 RBI in 56 Guardians’ games. No player has driven home more runs than his team played games in a full schedule since Manny Ramirez’s 165 RBI in 1999. And, in fact, that’s the only season of its kind since the schedule expanded to 162 games. There’s an awful long way to go here, but it merits our attention.

We’ve reached the middle of June, which means the “winter” sports are winding down, and there will be a period before football season when the major professional men’s American sports will be dominated by baseball. It’s simply grind season in our world. This is a 162-game marathon with ebbs and flows, as we all know. What did we get up to this weekend? Let’s take a look at what we’ve got. That’s some incredible stuff there, and the MLB social media person made a nice pick with the Twister reference. Is that still a popular game? Hmm… Anyway, the Rays would win on Sunday in Minnesota to take one of three games before a major series the following week (more on that later).

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