Deyvison De Los Santos to Participate in AFL HR Derby
Arizona’s De Los Santos is one of eight AFL participants partaking in the AFL’s inaugural HR Derby, set to commence this coming Saturday, 8:35 pm ET from Mesa’s Sloan Park.
Houston 0, Philadelphia 7
Bryce Harper crushed a two-run shot in the bottom of the first inning to get things started for the Phillies. Philadelphia never looked back, cruising to an easy victory.
Harper Powers Philadelphia
With one on and two out in the bottom of the first, Bryce Harper walloped a no-doubter that changed the atmosphere of the stadium, the game, and the series.
Bryce Harper sends Philadelphia into a frenzy! #WorldSeries pic.twitter.com/W9s2h75iWa— MLB (@MLB) November 2, 2022
Phillies Swat Record Five Homers
Philadelphia’s sluggers credit having gotten to see McCullers at the end of the season for giving them a familiarity with the pitcher they could exploit. Others feel there may be something more.
Lance McCullers Jr. Disputes Tipping Pitches
When one is a top-of-the-rotation type of arm, there are going to be many questions and many theories as to why another team is able to blast five home runs in a single outing. To his credit, McCullers insists he was simply beat.
Fuel for pitch-tipping speculators
Bryce Harper called Alec Bohm back before his at-bat to tell him something.— MLB (@MLB) November 2, 2022
Bohm hit the first pitch he saw out of the park. #WorldSeries pic.twitter.com/bep547w2KL
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