2018 Topps Now Baseball Checklist, Team Set Lists and All You Need

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2018 Topps Now Baseball is the third season for the on-demand line. And like it has from the beginning, it transforms big games, events, trades and milestones into cards within hours of it happening.

In essence, it tells the story of the season from start to finish–and probably even beyond in some regards.

2018 Topps Now Baseball cards are sold exclusively through the company’s website. While there can be exceptions for special occasions, the vast majority are available for just 24 hours. The cost is $9.99 for a single card and discounted rates for orders of five, ten and 20 of the same card. Some dealers use these bulk discounts to offer cards immediately on eBay as well.

Once the initial sale time ends, cards are produced. Topps confirms print runs usually within a day or two.

In addition to the regular cards, collectors can also expect to see some 2018 Topps Now Baseball autographs and memorabilia cards pop up for major events. These come in limited numbers and can often sell out very quickly.

For 2018 Topps Now Baseball Shohei Ohtani cards, there’s a bit of a twist. Topps has said they plan to do two versions of each card, one in English and the other in Japanese Kanji. This began with a card from his first MLB game on Opening Day.

Like last year, 2018 Topps Now Baseball kicked off at Spring Training with some specially numbered cards. They also have a full range of Road to Opening Day team sets.

2018 Topps Now Baseball Checklist

We’ll be updating this list throughout the season including details on special sets. Print runs will be added as they’re announced.

If you’re looking for a specific card, click on the links to see what’s currently available on eBay.

Main Set

1 Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs – 1st HR of 2018 Comes on 1st Pitch of the MLB Season (3.29.18) – 1,184
2 George Springer, Houston Astros – 2nd Straight Opening Day Lead-Off HR Marks 100th Career HR (3.29.18) – 784
3 Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – 2 HRs, 4 RBI Powers Victory in Incredible Yankees Debut (3.29.18) – 2,999
4 Eduardo Nunez, Boston Red Sox – 1st Red Sox Inside-the-Park HR on Opening Day Since 1968 (3.29.18) – 543
5 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – First Career Hit Comes in First At-Bat of MLB Debut (3.29.18) – 4,830
5J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – First Career Hit Comes in First At-Bat of MLB Debut (Japanese) (3.29.18) – 3,982
6 Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles – Walk-Off HR in 11th Seals Orioles Opening Day Victory (3.29.18) – 545
7 Matt Davidson, Chicago White Sox – 4th Player in MLB History with 3 Opening Day HRs (3.29.18) – 606
8 Nick Markakis, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off HR Marks Braves 1st Walk-Off Opening Day HR Since 1998 (3.29.18) – 547
9 Marcus Semien, Oakland Athletics – 11th-Inning Single Caps Opening Day Walk-Off Win (3.29.18) – 497
10 Gregory Polanco, Pittsburgh Pirates – 3-Run HR in 13th Inning Caps Wild Win (3.30.18) – 287
11 Miguel Rojas, Miami Marlins – 17th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Ends Marathon Game (3.30.18) – 266
12 Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies – Phillies Prospect Collects Two Hits in MLB Debut (3.30.18) – 2,786
13 Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers – 3-Run HR Caps 5-Run 9th and Stunning, Comeback Win (3.30.18) – 273
14 Joe Panik, San Francisco Giants – 1st Player Ever to Homer in Consecutive 1-0 Victories (3.30.18) – 449
15 Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Seattle Legend Robs Home Run in Left Field (3.31.18) – 779
16 Adam Eaton, Washington Nationals – Leadoff Hitter Goes 5-for-5 with 4 Runs and 3 RBI (3.31.18) – 320
17 Kevin Pillar, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st in Blue Jays History to Steal 3 Bases in the Same Inning (3.31.18) – 361
18 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 5-for-5 Day Powers 7-3 Victory Over the Padres (3.31.18) – 273
19 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – Multiple XBHs in 1st Three Games of Season Sets Club Record (3.31.18) – 316
20 Jose Berrios, Minnesota Twins – Dominant 3-Run, Complete-Game Shutout Lifts Twins Past the Orioles (4.1.18) – 318
21 Justin Smoak, Toronto Blue Jays – 8th-Inning Grand Slam Completes Blue Jays Comeback Win (4.1.18) – 307
22 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 11 Ks & 1 ER Over 7 Innings Earns the Win in Astros Debut (4.1.18) – 369
23 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Phenom Collects First Career Win in MLB Pitching Debut (4.1.18) – 5,920
23J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Phenom Collects First Career Win in MLB Pitching Debut (Japanese) (4.1.18) – 4,299
24 Colin Moran, Pittsburgh Pirates – 1st Career Grand Slam Comes in 1st Home At-Bat of 2018 (4.2.18) – 313
25 Houston Astros – 2017 World Series Championship Banner Raised at Minute Maid Park (4.2.18) – 657
26 Bartolo Colon, Texas Rangers – Veteran Pitches for Record 8th AL Team in Rangers Debut (4.2.18) – 235
27 Chris Owings/Jeff Mathis, Arizona Diamondbacks – HR in 9th Ties the Game & Walk-Off Pinch Hit in the 15th Caps Win (4.2.18) – 188
28 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees – Historic Eight-RBI Games Marks the Most Ever by a Yankees SS (4.3.18) – 1,028
29 Houston Astros – 2017 World Series Champions Receive Their Championship Rings in Pre-Game Ceremony (4.3.18) – 728
30 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – 16.39 Second Inside-the-Park HR Gives Astros Early Lead (4.3.18) – 457
31 Josh Reddick, Houston Astros – HR-Robbing Catch & Grand Slam Highlight Astros Win (4.3.18) – 381
32 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – First Career HR Comes in First AB of Home Debut (4.3.18) – 8,746
32J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – First Career HR Comes in First AB of Home Debut (Japanese) (4.3.18) – 4,681
33 Christian Yelich/Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers – Back-to-Back HRs Cap Brewers Wild Walk-Off Win Over the Cardinals (4.3.18) – 377
34 Christian Villanueva, San Diego Padres – Historic 3-HR Game Lifts Padres to First Win of 2018 (4.3.18) – 596
35 Giancarlo Stanton/Gary Sanchez/Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Yankees Power Hitting Trio Each Homer in Dominant Victory Over Rays (4.4.18) – 1967
36 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Rookie Star Homers Off 2017 AL Cy Young Award Winner (4.4.18) – 3,382
36J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Rookie Star Homers Off 2017 AL Cy Young Award Winner (Japanese) (4.4.18) – 2,004
37 Patrick Corbin, Arizona Diamondbacks – Career-High 12Ks Fuel Diamondbacks Shutout Victory (4.4.18) – 284
38 Zack Cozart, Los Angeles Angels – 13th-Inning Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Angels to Victory (4.4.18) – 301
39 Carlos Martinez, St. Louis Cardinals – 10 Ks Over 6.1 Innings Leads Cardinals to Shutout Win (4.4.18) – 264
40 Rod Carew, Minnesota Twins/Adrian Beltre, Texas Rangers – Beltre Passes Carew for Most Hits Among Latin American-Born Players (4.5.18) – 305
41 Hanley Ramirez, Boston Red Sox – Walk-Off Single in 12th Inning Caps Red Sox Comeback Win (4.5.18) – 353
42 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Angels Rookie to Homer in Each of 1st Three Home Games (4.6.18) – 4,654
42J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Angels Rookie to Homer in Each of 1st Three Home Games (Japanese) (4.6.18) – 2,660
43 Orlando Arcia, Milwaukee Brewers – 9th-Inning Walk-Off Single Caps Win Over Cubs (4.6.18) – 239
44 Pedro Alvarez, Baltimore Orioles – Go-Ahead Grand Slam in the 14th Inning Caps Wild Win (4.6.18) – 240
45 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – Grand Slam, 6 RBI Leads Red Sox to 7th Straight Win (4.7.18) – 255
46 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – RBI in 14 Straight Home Games Sets Yankees Record (4.7.18) – 928
47 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – 5+ HRs, 10+ RBI, 10+ BBs in Team’s 1st 8 Games Sets MLB Record (4.7.18) – 573
48 Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs – 2-RBI Single Propels 9th-Inning Comeback Victory for Cubs (4.7.18) – 342
49 Maikel Franco/Aaron Altherr, Philadelphia Phillies – Pair of Grand Slams Power 20-1 Victory (4.7.18) – 364
50 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 22 Ks in First Two Starts with the Astros Sets Club Record (4.7.18) – 385
51 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Walk-Off Infield Single in the 10th Fuels Wild 1-0 Win (4.7.18) – 275
52 Andrew McCutchen, San Francisco Giants – 3-Run, Walk-Off HR in the 14th Caps 6-Hit Night (4.7.18) – 445
53 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Rookie Phenom Flirts with Perfection in 12-K Gem (4.8.18) – 7,752
53J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Rookie Phenom Flirts with Perfection in 12-K Gem (Japanese) (4.8.18) – 4,218
54 Jameson Taillon, Pittsburgh Pirates – One-Hit Complete Game Shutout Lifts Pirates to Victory (4.8.18) – 358
55 Yan Gomes, Cleveland Indians – 2-Run, Walk-Off HR Caps Wild Win Over Kansas City (4.8.18) – 279
56 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – Tie-Breaking RBI Double in 6-Run 8th Completes Comeback for 8th Straight Win (4.8.18) – 357
57 Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets – 12th-Inning RBI Single Caps Series Sweep, 5th Straight Win (4.8.18) – 339
58 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – 13 Strikeouts Over 8 Brilliant Innings (4.9.18) – 237
59 Nolan Ryan, Houston Astros/Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – Only Pitchers to Throw a Shutout with 10 Ks and a Stolen Base (4.9.18) – 681
60 Jakob Junis, Kansas City Royals – Pitcher Takes No-Hittre Into the 7th Inning in 10-0 Victory (4.9.18) – 269
61 New York Mets – 9-1 Start Marks Best in Franchise History (4.10.18) – 303
62 Boston Red Sox – 9-1 Record Marks Best Start to a Season in Franchise History (4.10.18) – 237
63 Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies – Rookie Hits First Career Grand Slam (4.10.18) – 1,113
64 Roberto Osuna, Toronto Blue Jays – Youngest to 100 Saves in MLB History (4.10.18) – 367
65 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – Walk-Off HR in 11th Caps Wild Comeback Win (4.10.18) – 180
66 Andrew McCutchen, San Francisco Giants – Walk-Off Single in the 9th Powers 5-4 Win (4.10.18) – 195
67 Max Kepler, Minnesota Twins – Walk-Off HR Rescues Twins After Astros Rally (4.11.18) – 244
68 Carlos Carrasco, Cleveland Indians – 1 ER, 3 Hits Allowed in Dominant Complete-Game Victory (4.11.18) – 186
69 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – 2nd Consecutive 2-HR Game Powers Win Over Pirates (4.11.18) – 420
70 Odubel Herrera, Philadelphia Phillies – No-Look Leaping Grab Robs HR to Preserve the Tie (4.11.18) – 364
71 Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins – Two-Run Single Notches 2,000th Career Hit (4.12.18) – 484
72 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – First Career Triple Clears Bases in 5-Run 7th Inning (4.12.18) – 4,230
72J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – First Career Triple Clears Bases in 5-Run 7th Inning (Japanese) (4.12.18) – 2,593
73 Cliff Pennington, Cincinnati Reds – Infielder Makes MLB Pitching History (4.12.18) – 343
74 Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees – Inside-the-Park HR Highlights Historic 2-HR Game (4.13.18) – 485
75 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 2nd Pitcher with 11+ Ks in 3 Straight Starts to Begin Season (4.13.18) – 295
76 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 3rd-Inning HR Passes Jimmie Foxx for 7th on All-Time RBI List (4.13.18) – 278
77 Chicago Cubs – Nine-Run Eighth Inning Fuels Cubs’ Incredible Comeback Win (4.14.18) – 403
78 Ronald Guzman, Texas Rangers – Game-Tying HR in 8th & Go-Ahead Single in 10th Fuel Comeback Victory (4.14.18) – 474
79 Los Angeles Angels – 13-3 Record Best Start in Franchise History (4.14.18) – 437
80 Major League Baseball – Players Celebrate & Honor Jackie Robinson Day by Wearing Number 42 (4.15.18) – 360
81 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – 11-Strikeout Game Highlighted by Striking Out 8 Straight Batters (4.15.18) – 389
82 Wilmer Flores, New York Mets – Two-Out, Walk-Off HR in 9th Caps Mets Victory (4.15.18) – 382
83 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – 12 Ks Highlight Victory Over NL West Division Leading Diamondbacks (4.15.18) – 318
84 Starling Marte, Pittsburgh Pirates – 5-Hit Game, Including 9th-Inning HR, Highlights Pirates Win (4.15.18) – 220
85 Bartolo Colon, Texas Rangers – Perfect Game Bid Ends in 8th as Rangers Win in Extras (4.15.18) – 284
86 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Broken-Bat HR Marks League-Leading 8th HR (4.16.18) – 782
87 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Fastest Player to 60 HRs in MLB History (4.16.18) – 1,837
88 Washington Nationals – 6-Run 8th Inning Helps Seal Comeback Win Over the Mets (4.16.18) – 289
89 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – 2-Run HR in Homecoming Powers Victory Over Twins in Puerto Rico (4.17.18) – 871
90 Jarlin Garcia, Miami Marlins – 1st Starting Pitcher Since 1953 with 10-Inning, No-Hit Streak to Start Career (4.17.18) – 237
91 Patrick Corbin, Arizona Diamondbacks – Dominant 1-Hit, Complete-Game Shutout Fuels Diamondbacks Win (4.17.18) – 242
92 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – Third Career 3-HR Game Lifts Red Sox Past the Angels (4.17.18) – 597
93 Luke Maile, Toronto Blue Jays – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Completes Doubleheader Sweep of Royals (4.17.18) – 233
94 Dixon Machado, Detroit Tigers – Walk-Off HR in the Bottom of the 9th Lifts the Tigers to Victory (4.18.18) – 209
95 Ender Inciarte, Atlanta Braves – Amazing Grab Over the Wall Robs a HR in Braves Win (4.18.18) – 264
96 Yoenis Cespedes, New York Mets – Grand Slam Caps Explosive 9-Run 8th Inning Comeback Win (4.18.18) – 314
97 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – 1st Career Grand Slam Lifts Red Sox to Victory & 15-2 Start (4.18.18) – 1,158
98 Ryan LaMarre, Minnesota Twins – Walk-Off Single in 16th Seals Marathon Victory in Puerto Rico (4.18.18) – 269
99 Matt Olson, Oakland Athletics – 14th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps Victory (4.18.18) – 210
100 Seattle Mariners – Unconvential Triple Play Vs. Astros Marks 12th Triple Play in Club History (4.19.18) – 215
101 Jake Arrieta, Philadelphia Phillies – One Hit and 10 Ks Over 7 Innings of Work Powers Shutout Win (4.19.18) – 439
102 Lewis Brinson, Miami Marlins – Two HRs Come in First Two At-Bats Against Former Team (4.19.18) – 188
103 Boston Red Sox – 16-2 Record Marks Best Start to a Season in MLB Since 1987 (4.19.18) – 402
104 Jacoby Jones, Detroit Tigers – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Home Run Seals 3-2 Victory (4.20.18) – 188
105 Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – 2 Hits and 3 RBI Power Victory in MLB Debut (4.20.18) – 756
106 Franchy Cordero, San Diego Padres – 489 Foot HR Marks Longest So Far of 2018 MLB Season (4.20.18) – 183
107 Tyson Ross, San Diego Padres – 7.2 No-Hit Innings Highlight Dominant Performance (4.20.18) – 161
108 Ender Inciarte, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off Bunt Provides 4-3 Victory Over Mets (4.21.18) – 241
109 Jesus Aguilar, Milwaukee Brewers – 13-Pitch At-Bat Translates Into Walk-Off Home Run (4.21.18) – 186
110 Mike Clevinger, Cleveland Indians – 2-Hit, Complete Game Powers 4-0 Win (4.21.18) – 230
111 Sean Manaea, Oakland Athletics – 12th No-Hitter in Franchise History (4.21.18) – 1,542
112 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Yankees Top Infield Prospect Makes MLB Debut (4.22.18) – 6,552
113 Carlos Gomez, Tampa Bay Rays – First Career Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Rays to Victory (4.22.18) – 277
114 Aaron Altherr, Philadelphia Phillies – 11th-Inning Single Caps Win & Four-Game Sweep of Pirates (4.22.18) – 376
115 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – Four-Hit Night Highlights Yankees 5-1 Win (4.22.18) – 2,032
116 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Outfield Star Launches MLB-Leading 9th HR of the Season (4.22.18) -b778
117 Brandon Belt, San Francisco Giants – 21-Pitch At-Bat Sets Modern Day Record (4.22.18) – 481
118 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – Red-Hot Rookie Extends Extra-Base Hit Streak to 7 Games, Joins Exclusive Company (4.23.18) – 1,379
119 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Top Prospect Impresses in First Start with 5 Scoreless Innings (4.23.18) – 1,323
120 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – MLB-Leading 10th Home Run, Fastest to Double Digits in Angels History (4.24.18) – 682
121 Gary Sanchez/Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Duo Power Hitters Make History in Same Game (4.24.18) – 1,115
122 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – In 2016 World Series Rematch, Outfielder’s 2 HRs Lift Cubs (4.24.18) – 388
123 Curtis Granderson, Toronto Blue Jays – Walk-Off HR vs. Kimbrel Seals 4-3 Win Over the Red Sox (4.24.18) – 262
124 Scooter Gennett, Cincinnati Reds – 12th-Inning Walk-Off HR Lifts Reds to Victory (4.24.18) – 261
125 Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves – No. 2 MLB Prospect Collects First Hit, Displays Speed in MLB Debut (4.25.18) – 11,131
126 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees – Red-Hot SS Homers in 4th Straight Game, Sets Yankees Record (4.25.18) – 625
127 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – Washington Nationals Offense Erupts Behind Shortstop’s Five-Hit Game (4.25.18) – 300
128 Ozzie Albies/Chipper Jones/Dale Murphy/Justin Upton, Atlanta Braves – Albies’ 17th XBH Before May Ties Three Braves Stars (4.25.18) – 465
129 Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves – Braves Star Rookie Hits 1st Career HR in 2nd Career Game (4.26.18) – 4,593
130 Ronald Acuna/Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – Rookie Duo Is Youngest to Hit Home Runs in Same Game Since 1978 (4.26.18) – 2,711
131 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Sweep of Twins Ends with Walk-Off Home Run (4.26.18) – 546
132 Corey Dickerson, Pittsburgh Pirates – Outfielder Hits First Career Walk-Off Home Run; Pirates Win 1-0 (4.26.18) – 241
133 Dexter Fowler, St. Louis Cardinals – Back and Forth Contest Ends with 13th-Inning, Walk-Off Hit (4.26.18) – 193
134 Sean Manaea, Oakland Athletics – 14 Straight Hitless Innings Pitched Sets Club Record (4.27.18) – 251
135 Jordy Mercer/Starling Marte, Pittsburgh Pirates – 8th-Inning Double Ties the Game & 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps Comback Win (4.27.18) – 244
136 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 4th Player in Modern Era with 4+ HRs & 25+ Ks in the Same Month (4.27.18) – 5,144
136J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 4th Player in Modern Era with 4+ HRs & 25+ Ks in the Same Month (Japanese) (4.27.18) – 3,418
137 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees – 10th-Inning, Go-Ahead HR Gives Yankees 7th Straight Win (4.27.18) – 576
138 Odubel Herrera, Philadelphia Phillies – Incredible Catch in 3rd Inning Robs HR (4.28.18) – 330
139 Arizona Diamondbacks – 9 Straight Series Wins to Open Season First in NL Since 1907 (4.28.18) – 240
140 Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants – Delivers a Perfect 9th Inning Pitching Performance (4.28.18) – 429
141 Nick Kingham, Pittsburgh Pirates – Rookie Pitcher Retires First 20 Batters Faced in MLB Debut (4.29.18) – 1,106
142 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 61 Ks in April Sets Franchise Record (4.29.18) – 415
143 Phillie Phanatic, Philadelphia Phillies – Lovable Mascot Celebrates 40 Years with Phillies (4.29.18) – 929
144 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – Team’s 6th Grand Slam Before May 1st Ties ’96 Expos Mark (4.30.18) – 336
145 Josh Hader, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st Pitcher in MLB History with 8 Ks in an Outing of Less Than 3 Innings (4.30.18) – 417
146 A.J. Pollock, Arizona Diamondbacks – 3-HR Game Powers Win Over Dodgers (4.30.18) – 229
147 Nick Hundley, San Francisco Giants – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Single Seals 6-5 Win Over Padres (4.30.18) – 207
148 Major League Baseball – First Time in MLB History with More Ks Than Hits in One Month (4.30.18) – 311
149 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs/Bryce Harper,Washington Nationals – Moves to Leadoff Spot in Lineup Results in HRs for Power Hitters (5.1.18) – 442
150 Mike Soroka, Atlanta Braves – 5 Ks in MLB Debut Leads to First Career Win (5.1.18) – 1,057
151 Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers – 14 Ks Silence Yankees Bats for 8 Innings (5.1.18) – 266
152 Yadiel Rivera, Miami Marlins – Marlins Extend Win Streak on Walk-Off Single in 10th (5.1.18) – 156
153 Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals – Rally Capped with Catcher’s Walk-Off Single (5.1.18) – 223
154 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Three-Run HR in 9th Breaks Scoreless Tie (5.1.18) – 553
155 Justin Upton, Los Angeles Angels – First Walk-Off Hit with Angels Powers Win (5.1.18) – 160
156 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 4th Career 3-HR Game Marks Most Ever by Player Under 26-Years Old (5.2.18) – 702
157 Edwin Encarnacion, Cleveland Indians – 3-HR Game Leads 12-4 Blowout Win Over Rangers (5.2.18) – 218
158 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees/AJ Pollock, Arizona Diamondbacks – Named AL and NL Players of the Month (5.2.18) – 448
159 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angels Angels/Christian Villanueva, San Diego Padres – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (5.2.18) – 3,383
160 Luis Severino, New York Yankees – Righty Fans 10 in 1st Career Complete-Game Shutout (5.2.18) – 561
161 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Slugger Smashes First Career Leadoff HR (5.2.18) – 349
162 James Paxton, Seattle Mariners – 16 Ks Across 7 Scoreless Innings Marks Most in MLB This Season (5.2.18) – 195
163 Ichiro Suzuki, Seattle Mariners – Mariners Legends Enters Front Office Role for Remainder of Season (5.3.18) – 1,545
164 Julio Teheran, Atlanta Braves – No-Hit Bid Into 7th Leads Braves to Series Sweep (5.3.18) – 245
165 Yangervis Solarte, Toronto Blue Jays – Go-Ahead Grand Slam in 11th Caps 5-Hit Day (5.3.18) – 249
166 Trayce Thompson, Chicago White Sox – Walk-Off HR Powers White Sox 6-5 Win (5.3.18) – 202
167 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 1st Career HR Is Youngest Yankees HR Since 1969 (5.4.18) – 2,190
168 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – First Career Walk-Off Hit Powers 7-6 Victory (5.4.18) – 1,177
169 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 70th Career HR from Leadoff Spot Sets Club Record (5.4.18) – 602
170 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 32nd Player in MLB History to Join 3000-Hit Club (5.4.18) – 3,726
171 Los Angeles Dodgers – Buehler, Cingrani, Garcia & Liberatore Combine for No-Hitter (5.4.18) – 914
172 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – 16 Ks in 1-Hit, Complete-Game Shutout (5.4.18) – 459
173 Kolten Wong, St. Louis Cardinals – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Caps Comeback Win (5.5.18) – 225
174 Arizona Diamondbacks – Bullpen Cart Makes First Regular Season Appearance (5.5.18) – 544
175 AJ Pollock, Arizona Diamondbacks – 9th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Powers 4-3 Win (5.5.18) – 187
176 Ryon Healy, Seattle Mariners – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps Wild 9-8 Win (5.5.18) – 181
177 Craig Kimbrel, Boston Red Sox – Fastest Pitcher in MLB History to 300 Saves (5.5.18) – 432
178 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – Walk-Off, 2-Run HR in the 12th Powers Win (5.5.18) – 170
179 Domingo German, New York Yankees – 1st in History with 9+ Ks, 0 Hits Allowed in 1st MLB Start (5.6.18) – 1,114
180 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest Player in Franchise History to Hit a Walk-Off Home Run (5.6.18) – 4,766
181 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – First Pitcher in MLB History with 15 Ks in 19 or Less Outs (5.6.18) – 413
182 Wilmer Difo, Washington Nationals – Comeback Win Highlighted by Game-Winning, Walk-Off Single (5.6.18) – 280
183 Dexter Fowler, St. Louis Cardinals – Cardinals Stun Cubs with 14th Inning Walk-Off HR (5.6.18) – 224
184 P.J. Colon, New York Mets – First Irish Native to Play in MLB Since 1945 Makes MLB Debut (5.7.18) – 507
185 George Springer, Houston Astros – 2nd Player in Astros History to Have Six Hits in a Game (5.7.18) – 385
186 Jorge Soler/Mike Moustakas/Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals – Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Power 10-Run 1st Inning (5.8.18) – 339
187 James Paxton, Seattle Mariners – Canadian Native Tosses 99-Pitch No-Hitter Against the Blue Jays in Toronto (5.8.18) – 887
188 Stephen Piscotty, Oakland Athletics – Ovation and Single in 1st At-Bat Since Passing of Mother (5.8.18) – 1,042
189 New York Yankees – Yankees Win 16 of 17 Games for First Time Since 1953 (5.8.18) – 1,105
190 Adam Duvall, Cincinnati Reds – First Walk-Off HR of Career Lifts Reds to Series Win (5.9.18) – 210
191 Kris Bryant, Chicago Cubs – Fastest in Cubs History to 100 Career HRs (5.9.18) – 1,264
192 Carlos Carrasco, Cleveland Indians – 14 Ks and First Career RBI in Complete Game Gem (5.9.18) – 198
193 Nomar Mazara, Texas Rangers – Game-Tying HR in 7th Followed by Walk-Off HR in 10th (5.9.18) – 196
194 Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – Youngest Braves Player to Hit a Grand Slam Since Andruw Jones in 1997 (5.10.18) – 1,118
195 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – Career-High 5-Hit Game Leads Charge for the Braves in Win (5.10.18) – 312
196 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – Go-Ahead, 8th-Inning HR Powers 5-4 Win, Ends Yankees Win Streak (5.10.18) – 275
197 Dustin Fowler, Oakland Athletics – 1st Career Hit Comes Against Former Team (5.11.18) – 503
198 Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs – 7-RBI Night Powers Cubs Victory (5.11.18) – 442
199 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – A Grand Slam in a 6-RBI Night Highlights Orioles Victory (5.11.18) – 212
200 Michael Conforto/Devin Mesoraco, New York Mets – Back-to-Back HRs in the 9th Inning Bring Mets to Victory (5.11.18) – 302
201 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 15 Ks Over 9 Impressive Innings (5.11.18) – 225
202 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 11 Ks and Go-Ahead Run Highlights Washington Nationals Victory (5.11.18) – 222
203 Luke Maile, Toronto Blue Jays – Delivers Walk-Off HR in Blue Jays Win Over Red Sox (5.11.18) – 224
204 Andrew McCutchen, San Francisco Giants – Receives Warm Welcome Home from Pittsburgh (5.11.18) – 274
205 Neil Walker, New York Yankees – Walk-Off Single in 11th Inning Seals Yankees Win (5.12.18) – 392
206 Charlie Morton, Houston Astros – Career-High 14 Ks Lift Astros Over Rangers (5.12.18) – 233
207 Eric Hosmer, San Diego Padres – Walk-Off Double Lifts Padres Over Cardinals (5.12.18) – 203
208 Major League Baseball – Players Celebrate Mother’s Day by Wearing Pink Gear (5.13.18) – 408
209 Freddy Peralta, Milwaukee Brewers – First Pitcher Since 2012 with Double-Digit Ks in First MLB Start (5.13.18) – 940
210 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Phenom Ks 11, Sets Angels Record with 43 Ks Through 6 Outings (5.13.18) – 5,544
210J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Phenom Ks 11, Sets Angels Record with 43 Ks Through 6 Outings (Japanese) (5.13.18) – 4,092
211 Zack Cozart, Los Angeles Angels – Walk-Off Single Lifts Angels to 2-1 Mother’s Day Victory (5.13.18) – 244
212 Jose Iglesias, Detroit Tigers – 9th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals Series Victory (5.13.18) – 259
213 Adeiny Hechavarria, Tampa Bay Rays – Acrobatic Slide at the Plate Leads Rays to 2-1 Win (5.14.18) – 170
214 Kole Clahoun, Los Angeles Angels – Lunging Catch Into Crowd Starts Clutch 9th-Inning Double Play (5.14.18) – 188
215 Jordan Lyles, San Diego Padres – Pitcher Flirts with Perfection as Padres Cruise to 4-0 Win (5.15.18) – 145
216 Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – 3rd Player in MLB History with 499 XBHs in First 1,000 Career Hits (5.15.18) – 588
217 Stephen Piscotty, Oakland Athletics – HR in Emotional First At-Bat Since Returning to Team (5.15.18) – 518
218 Guillermo Heredia, Seattle Mariners – Walk-Off Single Lifts Mariners in 11th (5.15.18) – 155
219 Albert Almora Jr., Chicago Cubs – Center Fielder Robs HR with Leaping Climb Up Wall (5.16.18) – 370
220 Bartolo Colon, Texas Rangers – Veteran Throws 7 2/3 Scoreless Innings (5.16.18) – 235
221 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 2,500th Career K Collected in 5-Hit, Complete-Game Shutout (5.16.18) – 584
222 Ozzie Albies/Robert Acuna, Atlanta Braves – Rookie Duo Powers Braves Win with Clutch 8th Inning (5.16.18) – 2,189
223 David Price, Boston Red Sox – Dominant-CG Performance Powers Red Sox Victory (5.17.18) – 257
224 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – 13 Ks in Dominant Outing Match Career High, Power Mets Win (5.18.18) – 342
225 Austin Meadows, Pittsburgh Pirates – Pirates No. 2 Prospect Goes 2-for-4, SB in MLB Debut (5.18.18) – 1,579
226 Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees – Multiple Inside-the-Parks HRs in a Season Matches Mantle (5.19.18) – 425
227 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – Fastest Pitcher Ever to 100 Ks After 13-K Outing (5.19.18) – 294
228 Sergio Romo, Tampa Bay Rays – Strikes Out the Side in 1st Career Start After 588 Relief Appearances (5.19.18) – 198
229 James Paxton, Seattle Mariners – Eight-K, Complete Game Gem Powers 7-2 Win Over Detroit Tigers (5.19.18) – 178
230 Dansby Swanson, Atlanta Braves – Walk-Off Single Caps 6-Run, 9th-Inning Rally (5.20.18) – 401
231 J.D. Martinez/Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – Slugging Duo Tied for MLB HR Lead, Sets Franchise Record (5.20.18) – 396
232 Jordan Hicks, St. Louis Cardinals – Closer Stuns Teammates and Fans, Delivers 105-MPH Twice (5.20.18) – 758
233 Mitch Haniger/Jean Segura, Seattle Mariners – Game-Tying HR in 9th Leads to Walk-Off Single in 11th (5.20.18) – 277
234 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Fastest in Angels History to 50 Ks in 4th Win of the Season (5.20.18) – 5,198
234J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Fastest in Angels History to 50 Ks in 4th Win of the Season (Japanese) (5.20.18) – 3,185
235 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – 19-Year-Old Hits HR on 1st Pitch Seen in 1st Career Start (5.21.18) – 6,815
236 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest Yankees Player with Multi-Home Run Game Since 1952 (5.21.18) – 3,319
237 New York Yankees – At Least Four HRs in Three Consecutive Games Sets Franchise Record (5.21.18) – 1,241
238 Tyler O’Neill, St. Louis Cardinals – Third Consecutive Game with a Home Run (5.21.18) – 1,179
239 Miles Mikolas, St. Louis Cardinals – First Career Shutout in 6-0, Complete-Game Win (5.21.18) – 463
240 Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays – Rays No. 2 Prospect Homers in MLB Debut (5.22.18) – 820
241 Michael Taylor, Washington Nationals – Walk-Off Double Wins Game in the 9th Inning (5.22.18) – 214
242 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest in Franchise History to Hit HR in Three Consecutive Games (5.23.18) – 2,492
243 Houston Astros – Fewest Runs Allowed Through 50 Games Since 1920 (5.23.18) – 332
244 Milwaukee Brewers – 31-19 Start Marks Best Through 50 Games in Franchise History (5.23.18) – 266
245 New York Yankees – 21 HRs in Five-Game Span Ties MLB Record (5.23.18) – 787
246 Dylan Bundy, Baltimore Orioles – Career High 14 Ks in Complete-Game Win (5.24.18) – 201
247 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest in AL History to Homer in Four Conseuctive Games (5.25.18) – 3,862
248 Houston Astros – 11 Runs in Final Two Innings Power Comeback Win (5.25.18) – 222
249 Daniel Mengden, Oakland Athletics – Complete Game Shut-Out Powers Win (5.26.18) – 156
250 Philadelphia Phillies – Defeat Blue Jays and Move Into 1st Place (5.26.18) – 359
251 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Three Doubles, One Single and One HR Highlights Angels Win (5.26.18) – 1,175
252 Shin-Soo Choo, Texas Rangers – Walk-Off HR Seals Victory Over Royals (5.26.18) – 173
253 Mike Zunino, Seattle Mariners – 12th Inning Walk-Off HR Clinches Mariners Win (5.26.18) – 154
254 Cleveland Indians – Indians Rally for Wild 10-9 Win Over Astros (5.27.18) – 189
255 Greg Allen, Cleveland Indians – 14th-Inning Walk-Off Home Run Seals Indians Win (5.27.18) – 407
256 Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Sets Club Record with a Hit in 10 Consecutive At Bats (5.27.18) – 335
257 Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees – Delivers a Great Performance, Shutting Down Angels (5.27.18) – 492
258 Major League Baseball – MLB Observes Memorial Day Honoring Fallen Service Members (5.28.18) – 615
259 Charlie Culberson, Atlanta Braves – Braves Rally to Stun Mets on Walk-Off HR (5.28.18) – 245
260 Chris Iannetta, Colorado Rockies – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Delivers 6-5 Victory (5.28.18) – 140
261 Austin Meadows, Pittsburgh Pirates – 5th Player Since 1961 to Bat .400 & Hits 4 HRs in 1st 10 Career At-Bats (5.29.18) – 794
262 Dereck Rodriguez, San Francisco Giants – Son of Hall of Famer Strikes Out 4, Doubles in MLB Debut (5.29.18) – 561
263 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Hit Caps Late Rally (5.29.18) – 2,154
264 Johan Camargo, Atlanta Braves – Braves Erase 4-Run Deficit, Win on 1st Career Walk-Off HR (5.29.18) – 248
265 C.J. Cron/Joey Wendle/Wilson Ramos, Tampa Bay Rays – Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Power Victory (5.29.18) – 254
266 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Youngest Player to Get Intentionally Walked Since 1989 (5.29.18) – 895
267 Alcides Escobar, Kansas City Royals – First Career Walk-Off HR Lifts Royals in 14th Inning (5.29.18) – 250
268 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 8 SO Innings and 12 Ks Highlights 150th Career Win (5.30.18) – 307
269 Nathan Eovaldi, Tampa Bay Rays – 6 No-Hit Innings in First MLB Appearance Since 2016 (5.30.18) – 166
270 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – First Player in Franchise History with 30 H and 30 BBs in a Month (5.31.18) – 940
271 Yairo Munoz, St. Louis Cardinals – 3-Run Walk-Off HR Seals 5-Run 9th-Inning Rally (5.31.18) – 443
272 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – 1st SS in Modern Era to Collect 4 XBH Twice in a Season (5.31.18) – 317
273 Danny Farquhar, Chicago White Sox – Returns to Mound, Throws Out First Pitch (6.1.18) – 342
274 Mike Foltynewicz, Atlanta Braves – Complete-Game Shutout Shuts Down Washington Nationals (6.1.18) – 237
275 Mitch Haniger, Seattle Mariners – 13th-Inning Walk-Off Seals Victory for Mariners (6.1.18) – 235
276 Scooter Gennett, Cinncinati Reds/Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Named NL and AL Players of the Month (6/2/18) – 315
277 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees/Austin Meadows, Pittsburgh Pirates – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (6/2/18) – 1,783
278 Kolten Wong, St. Louis Cardinals – Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Cardinals Over Pirates (6/2/18) – 231
279 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Youngest Player with Multiple 3-Hit Games Since 1991 (6/2/18) – 1,245
280 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – Pinch-Hit Single, Scores Winning Run (6/2/18) – 320
281 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Steals Home on Pickoff Attempt for 1st Run of Game (6.3.18) – 460
282 Bradley Zimmer, Cleveland Indians – 2nd-Inning, Leaping Catch Is Sensational (6.3.18) – 213
283 Michael Wacha, St. Louis Cardinals – No-Hit Bid Into 9th Inning in Dominating Performance (6.3.18) – 212
284 Eddie Rosario, Minnesota Twins – Walk-Off Homer Caps 3 HR Game (6.3.18) – 313
285 Charlie Culberson, Atlanta Braves – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR Wins Series Vs. Washington Nationals (6.3.18) – 227
286 Blake Snell, Tampa Bay Rays – Ks First 7 Batters, Tying AL Record and Setting Franchise Mark (6.3.18) – 187
287 Dereck Rodriguez, San Francisco Giants – Rookie Earns 1st Win in 1st Career Start (6.3.18) – 624
288 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 10+ HRs in a Season Before 22nd Birthday Matches Mickey Mantle (6.4.18) – 2,823
289 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 13 Ks Plus Immaculate Inning Seals League-Leading 10th Win (6.5.18) – 384
290 Andrew Heaney, Los Angeles Angels – One-Hit, Shutout Gem Highlights Birthday (6.5.18) – 206
291 Delino DeShields, Texas Rangers – Incredible Catch Steals Run-Scoring XBH (6.5.18) – 187
292 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – Youngest Yankees Player with Go-Ahead GS Past 7th Inning Since 1952 (6.5.18) – 1,443
293 Jason Heyward, Chicago Cubs – Outfielder Seals Comeback Win with Walk-Off Grand Slam (6.6.18) – 422
294 Bartolo Colon, Texas Rangers – 243rd Win Ties Record for Most Wins by Dominican Born Pitcher (6.6.18) – 225
295 Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – Two-Out, Walk-Off Single in 10th Seals 5-4 Victory (6.6.18) – 219
296 Aaron Judge/Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – Extra-Inning HRs in 13th Lift Yankees to 3-0 Win (6.6.18) – 1,138
297 Jesse Winker, Cincinnati Reds – 13th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 7-5 Win (6.7.18) – 202
298 Jose Berrios, Minnesota Twins – 10 Ks in 2nd CG of the Season Powers Twins Victory (6.7.18) – 217
299 Aledmys Diaz, Toronto Blue Jays – Walk-Off Single in 10th Drives in Winning Run (6.7.18) – 169
300 Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs – Three Diving Catches Save Runs, Including Game Ender (6.8.18) – 455
301 Michael Wacha, St. Louis Cardinals – 2 ERs or Fewer in 10 Straight Starts (6.9.18) – 208
302 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 1,951st Career RBI Moves Past Stan Musial for 6th-Most All-Time (6.9.18) – 495
303 Jeimer Candelario, Detroit Tigers – First Career Walk-Off HR Powers Tigers to Win (6.9.18) – 229
304 Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks – Back-to-Back Multi HR Games Marks Career-First (6.9.18) – 250
305 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 8th-Inning, Go-Ahead HR Seals Subway Series Win (6.9.18) – 1,036
306 Curtis Granderson, Toronto Blue Jays – Career-High 6 RBI Game Leads Blue Jays to Win (6.10.18) – 155
307 Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks – 1st Player with Multiple XBH & RBI in 4 Straight Games Since 1958 (6.10.18) – 233
308 Clayton Richard, San Diego Padres – Seals 4th Straight Series Victory with No-Hit Bid into the 7th (6.10.18) – 165
309 Jake Bauers, Tampa Bay Rays – First Career HR Puts Rays in Front (6.11.18) – 511
310 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Player in Angels History with 20+ HR in 7 Consecutive Seasons (6.11.18) – 750
311 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – Leadoff HR Sparks 5-Run 11th Inning to Put Cubs in 1st Place (6.11.18) – 385
312 Steven Wright, Boston Red Sox – Longest Active Scoreless Streak in MLB Extended to 22 2/3 Innings (6.11.18) – 204
313 CC Sabathia, New York Yankees – Records 1,500th K as a Yankee Pitcher, 5th in Franchise History (6.12.18) – 404
314 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees – First Yankees SS with 3 Multi-Home Run Games in a Season (6.12.18) – 450
315 Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – 5th Player Since 1961 with Multiple GSs in a Season 21 or Younger (6.12.18) – 920
316 Bartolo Colon, Texas Rangers – 3rd Active Pitcher to Record 2,500th Career K (6.12.18) – 205
317 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Time in Career with 2 HRs in Back-to-Back Games, Leads MLB in HRs (6.12.18) – 721
318 Mitch Haniger/Ryon Healy, Seattle Mariners – Duo Crushes 2 HRs Eachto Defeat Angels (6.12.18) – 230
319 Mike Soroka, Atlanta Braves – Returns from DL with No-Hit Bid Into 7th Inning in 2-0 Win (6.13.18) – 489
320 Matt Duffy, Tampa Bay Rays – 1-0, Walk-Off Win on Two-Out RBI Single (6.13.18) – 222
321 Mitch Haniger, Seattle Mariners – Two-Run, Walk-Off Home Run Seals Mariners Sweep of Angels (6.13.18) – 312
322 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Youngest Player with Multi-HR Game Since 1996 (6.13.18) – 1,672
323 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees/Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Lowest Combined Age by Opposing Players to Homer in Same Game Since 1887 (6.13.18) – 2,769
324 Evan Gattis, Houston Astros – 1st Astros Player with 5 RBI in Back-to-Back Games (6.13.18) – 260
325 Adrian Beltre, Texas Rangers – Surpasses Ichiro for Most Hits Recorded by a Foreign-Born Player (6.13.18) – 277
326 Vince Velasquez, Philadelphia Phillies – 6 No-Hit Innings Power Phillies Series Win (6.14.18) – 388
327 Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants – Tie-Breaking, Two-Run Single in the 16th Seals Giants Win (6.14.18) – 208
328 Domingo German, New York Yankees – 1st MLB Win Collected in Strong 10 K Outing (6.14.18) – 826
329 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – 43 1/3 Innings Without a Walk, Longest Streak Since 2015 (6.15.18) – 205
330 Jonathan Loaisiga, New York Yankees – MLB Debut Win Over Rays (6.15.18) – 2,009
331 Houston Astros – Astros Beat Royals, Extend Win Streak to 10 (6.16.18) – 268
332 Wade LeBlanc, Seattle Mariners – Retires 22-Straight Batters Powering Mariners Win (6.16.18) – 172
333 Major League Baseball – Players Celebrate Father’s Day by Wearing Blue Gear (6.17.18) – 328
334 Brandon Nimmo, New York Mets – Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in 9th Powers Mets Win (6.17.18) – 437
335 Jonathan Lucroy, Oakland Athletics – Walk-Off Single in 11th Seals Win (6.17.18) – 172
336 Jose Trevino, Texas Rangers – Celebrates First Father’s Day with Pinch-Hit, Two-Run, Walk-Off Single (6.17.18) – 424
337 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Pinch-Hit HR in Game That Started Prior to MLB Debut (6.18.18) – 2,357
338 Brandon Nimmo, New York Mets – Lead-Off, Inside-the-Park HR Highlights 2-HR Homecoming (6.18.18) – 490
339 Yadier Molina, St. Louis Cardinals – Most Games at Catcher with One Team in MLB History (6.18.18) – 330
340 Aaron Altherr, Philadelphia Phillies – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Double Caps Wild Win (6.18.18) – 275
341 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Walk-Off Double Seals Franchise-Record-Tying, 12th-Straight Win (6.18.18) – 295
342 Bartolo Colon, Texas Rangers – 244th Career Win Sets Dominican Republic Record (6.18.18) – 302
343 Gleyber Torres/Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 14th-Career HR in 50th-Career Game Matches Aaron Judge (6.19.18) – 2,887
344 Steven Brault, Pittsburgh Pirates – Pitcher Sings National Anthem Before Heading to Bullpen (6.19.18) – 221
345 Kris Bryant/Albert Almora Jr., Chicago Cubs – 10th-Inning, Lead-Off Triple Leads to Walk-Off Single (6.19.18) – 361
346 Nolan Arenado/Trevor Story/Ian Desmond, Colorado Rockies – 3-Straight HRs in Six-Run Inning Against Mets (6.19.18) – 183
347 Jason Heyward/Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs – Perfect Throw & Tag Complete DP at the Plate (6.20.18) – 340
348 George Springer/Alex Bregman/Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Power Astros to 50th Win (6.20.18) – 370
349 Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – Epic Late Rally Capped by 2-Run, Walk-Off HR (6.20.18) – 934
350 Houston Astros, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox – Earliest in MLB History a Single League Has 3 50-Win Teams (6.21.18) – 604
351 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – First Teen to Hit Clean Up Since 1970, Smacks 2-Run, Go-Ahead Double in 8th (6.21.18) – 1,465
352 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – On Pace with MLB Greats Through 1,000 Career Games (6.21.18) – 2,335
353 Nelson Cruz, Seattle Mariners – 2 HRs, 7 RBI in Offensive Outburst (6.22.18) – 161
354 Franklin Barreto, Oakland Athletics – Pair of 3-Run HRs Power Win in 6-RBI Performance (6.22.18) – 137
355 Ivan Nova, Pittsburgh Pirates/Patrick Corbin, Arizona Diamondbacks – Starters Set MLB Record with 7+ Scoreless IP, 8+ Ks, 0 BBs, and Less Than 3 Hits Each (6.22.18) – 169
356 Jesus Aguilar, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st HR Ends No-No, 2nd Powers Walk-Off Win (6.22.18) – 199
357 Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in the 15th Inning Fuels Victory (6.22.18) – 173
358 Oakland Athletics – HR in 24 Consecutive Road Games, Ties MLB Record (6.23.18) – 154
359 Anthony DeSclafani, Cincinnati Reds – GS by Pitcher, 1st iin Franchise History Since 1959 (6.23.18) – 271
360 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – 12th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Steals Victory Over Royals (6.23.18) – 247
361 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 13-K, 7-Inning Gem Leads to Shutout Win (6.24.18) – 189
362 Los Angeles Dodgers – Dodgers Tie MLB Record with 7 Solo HRs in Win (6.24.18) – 312
363 Anthony Desclafani/Michael Lorenzen, Cincinnati Reds – 1st Team to Have Pitchers Homer in Back-to-Back Games Since 2007 (6.24.18) – 184
364 Jake Bauers, Tampa Bay Rays – Youngest Rays Player to Hit Walk-Off HR Since Longoria in 2008 (6.24.18) – 400
365 Hunter Pence, San Francisco Giants – 11th-Career Walk-Off Hit Lifts Giants in 11th (6.24.18) – 204
366 Edwin Jackson, Oakland Athletics – 1st Start of His 16th Season with MLB Record-Tying 13th Team (6.25.18) – 201
367 St. Louis Cardinals – 10,000th Franchise Win Since Joining NL in 1892 (6.25.18) – 317
368 Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – 1st Career Walk-Off HR in 11th (6.25.18) – 1,390
369 Luis Severino, New York Yankees – MLB-Leading 12th Win by Entering Historic Territory (6.26.18) – 627
370 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Solo HR and Grand Slam Lead Cubs to 9-4 Win (6.26.18) – 397
371 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Cardinals Player with 5 H, 5 R and 2 HR in a Game (6.26.18) – 213
372 Freddy Peralta, Milwaukee Brewers – Improves to 3-0 with 10 Ks to Continue Historic Run (6.26.18) – 462
373 Charlie Morton, Houston Astros – 13 Ks in Dominant 10th Win of Season (6.26.18) – 203
374 Wilmer Flores, New York Mets – 9th Career Walk-Off RBI Matches David Wright for Club Record (6.26.18) – 192
375 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Walk-Off HR, Leads MLB with Three Walk-Off Hits This Season (6.27.18) – 263
376 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – 25th HR Most Ever by a Red Sox Player Through June (6.27.18) – 335
377 Brandon Crawford, San Francisco Giants – Snaps Scoreless Tie with Walk-Off (6.27.18) – 212
378 Max Muncy/Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Time Two Players Hit 10+ HR in a Month in Franchise History (6.28.18) – 220
379 Houston Astros – 11-Straight Road Wins Ties Franchise Record (6.28.18) – 208
380 New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox – 1st Time Rivals Meet This Late Into a Season Each with Winning % of .650 or Better (6.29.18) – 441
381 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Youngest Yankees Player to Triple Since Mantle in 1952 (6.29.18) – 1,225
382 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – First Teen in MLB History with a Four-Hit, Two-HR Game (6.29.18) – 2,131
383 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Joins Exclusive Company with 25 Hits/20 BBs in Apr/May/Jun (6.29.18) – 622
384 Sandy Alcantara, Miami Marlins – Rookie Collects First MLB Career Win in Season Debut (6.29.18) – 404
385 Keon Broxton, Milwaukee Brewers – Two HRs and Diving Play in Center Highlight Huge Night (6.29.18) – 246
386 Marco Gonzales, Seattle Mariners – First Career Complete Game Leads Seattle to Fifth Straight Win (6.29.18) – 261
387 Justin Smoak, Toronto Blue Jays – Walk-Off HR Leads Blue Jays Past Tigers (6.30.18) – 191
388 Chicago Cubs – 10+ Runs in 3 Consecutive Games, First Time Since 2003 (6.30.18) – 335
389 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Youngest to Hit Grand Slam in Red Sox Vs. Yankees Rivalry (6.30.18) – 677
390 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Multiple Outings with 10+ Ks and 1 Hit or Fewer Vs. Yankees (6.30.18) – 280
391 Michael Lorenzen, Cincinnati Reds – Pinch-Hit Grand Slam in Win Over Brewers (6.30.18) – 343
392 Seattle Mariners – Celebrate 20th Anniversary of Turn Ahead the Clock Night (6.30.18) – 252
393 Blake Snell, Tampa Bay Rays – 11 Straight Home Starts with 1 ER or Less Ties AL Record (7.1.18) – 183
394 Mallex Smith, Tampa Bay Rays – Running Catch and Wall Climb Leads Rays to 3-1 Win (7.1.18) – 181
395 Kevin Pillar, Toronto Blue Jays – Incredible Catch Over the Wall Steals HR (7.1.18) – 337
396 Andrew Knapp, Philadelphia Phillies – 13th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals Series Win (7.1.18) – 299
397 Cleveland Indians – 11 Doubles Mark Most in a Game by 1 Team Since 2003 (7.1.18) – 217
398 Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees – Joins Exclusive List of Yankees to Have 3-HR Game Vs. Red Sox (7.1.18) – 574
399 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 15 HRs in 1st 60 Games Before Turning 22 Sets Club Record (7.1.18) – 2,127
400 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros/Paul Goldschmidt, Arizona Diamondbacks – Named AL and NL Players of the Month (7.2.18) – 275
401 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees/Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (7.2.18) – 1,537
402 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – GS, 3-Run HR, 7-RBI Night Power Indians Past Royals (7.2.18) – 348
403 Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves – 11th-Inning, Game-Winning, 2-Run HR Sneaks Over Wall (7.2.18) – 1,280
404 Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers – 5-for-5, 3-Run HR Leads Dodgers Win (7.2.18) – 256
405 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 5th Pitcher Ever with 1,000 Ks for an AL and NL Team (7.2.18) – 300
406 Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox – AL Pitcher Bests Max Scherzer with 3-Run Double for 1st Career XBH (7.2.18) – 254
407 Jose Bautista, New York Mets – Blue Jays Legend Receives Standing Ovation in Return to Toronto (7.3.18) – 238
408 Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies – 100 Career RBI Through First 124 Games Sets Phillies Record (7.3.18) – 883
409 Los Angeles Dodgers – 9 XBHs in Back-to-Back Games for 1st Time Since 1929 (7.3.18) – 224
410 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Magic Steal of Home with Signature Swim Move (7.4.18) – 509
411 Kyle Higashioka, New York Yankees – 2nd in Club History to Have HRs for First 3 Career Hits (7.4.18) – 717
412 Keon Broxton, Milwaukee Brewers – Game-Saving, Home-Run-Robbing Catch High Over the Wall (7.4.18) – 221
413 Nick Markakis/Freddie Freeman/Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – 3 Players with 100+ Hits Before the All-Star Break (7.4.18) – 377
414 Nate Orf, Milwaukee Brewers – HR Marks 1st Hit of MLB Career, Followed by Curtain Call (7.4.18) – 515
415 Cody Allen, Philadelphia Phillies – All-Time Saves Leader for Indians with 140th Save (7.4.18) – 182
416 Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros – Walk-Off Single Seals Win Over White Sox (7.5.18) – 161
417 Trea Turner, Washington Nationals – 8 RBI Night Powers Largest Comeback in Franchise History (7.5.18) – 362
418 Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – 3rd Braves Player Ever with 50 XBH Before All-Star Break (7.6.18) – 742
419 Chris Sale/Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 100th Career Win and 100th Career HR in Red Sox 60th Win (7.6.18) – 403
420 Jose Bautista, New York Mets – Grand Slam for First-Career Walk-Off Home Run (7.6.18) – 336
421 Mark Reynolds, Washington Nationals – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR in the Ninth Seals 3-2 Win (7.6.18) – 266
422 Philadelphia Phillies – Tie for NL East Division Lead After Longest 9-Inning Game in NL History (7.6.18) – 344
423 Shohei Ohtani/Ian Kinsler, Los Angeles Angels – Down to Final Strike, Angels Work Stunning Comeback (7.6.18) – 1,307
424 Kyle Tucker, Houston Astros – Top Prospect Collects 1st Hit, RBI in MLB Debut (7.7.18) – 2,064
425 Mark Reynolds, Washington Nationals – 15th Player in MLB History with a 10-RBI Game (7.7.18) – 418
426 Arizona Diamondbacks – Franchise-Record 20 Runs in Win Over Padres (7.7.18) – 240
427 Kendrys Morales, Toronto Blue Jays – 5th Cuban-Born Player to Reach 200-HR Club (7.8.18) – 200
428 Nathan Eovaldi, Tampa Bay Rays – 7 Perfect Innings in Dominating Win (7.8.18) – 164
429 Shin-Soo Choo, Texas Rangers – 47 Game On-Base Streak Sets Franchise Record (7.8.18) – 273
430 Nick Markakis, Atlanta Braves – Most Career Games Played Before 1st All-Star Selection (7.8.18) – 274
431 Wil Myers, San Diego Padres – Game Winning HR in 16th Seals Padres Win (7.8.18) – 166
432 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Career Pinch-Hit HR Lifts Angels (7.8.18) – 3,430
432J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Career Pinch-Hit HR Lifts Angels (Japanese) (7.8.18) – 2,010
433 Wilmer Flores, New York Mets – Walk-Off HR Marks 10th Career Walk-Off Hit for Most in Mets History (7.9.18) – 264
434 Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies – 3 RBI and 10 Ks in 7 SHO Innings for NL-Leading 12th Win (7.9.18) – 423
435 Daniel Robertson, Tampa Bay Rays – Walk-Off Hit in 10th Inning Seals 3-Hit Night (7.9.18) – 143
436 Bryan Holaday, Miami Marlins – 4-3 Win on 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Lifts Marlins (7.9.18) – 109
437 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Historic Earned Run Average Through 2,000 Innings (7.9.18) – 490
438 Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants – 11th-Inning Walk-Off Single Seals 2-1 Win (7.9.18) – 148
439 Manny Machado/Jonathan Schoop, Baltimore Orioles – 2 Game-Tying HRs Lead to Walk-Off Win (7.10.18) – 142
440 Cincinnati Reds – 7-Run 9th-Inning Rally Stuns Indians (7.10.18) – 184
441 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – 1st Indians Player with 50 XBH, 80 Runs Before All-Star Break (7.10.18) – 272
442 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Dribbler Up 1st Base Delivers Walk-Off After 2-HR Game (7.10.18) – 237
443 Buster Posey, San Francisco Giants – 13th-Inning Walk-Off Single Marks Team MLB-High 8th Walk-Off of Season (7.11.18) – 246
444 New York Yankees – 152nd HR Sets MLB 1st-Half HR Record (7.11.18) – 465
445 Brandon Nimmo, New York Mets – 3-Run, Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR Ends Scoreless Game (7.11.18) – 328
446 Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – 6th Player Age 21 or Younger to Hit 20 HRs by All-Star Break (7.11.18) – 702
447 Cleveland Indians/Colorado Rockies – 1st Time Ever 2 Teams Have 17+ Run Lead Through 4 Innings on Same Day (7.11.18) – 199
448 Jose Ramirez/Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – 1st Teammates 25 or Younger to Hit 25+ HRs Each Before All-Star Break (7.11.18) – 295
449 German Marquez, Colorado Rockies – 1st Pitcher to Hit HR Off Position Player Since 1986 (7.11.18) – 188
450 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 11+ Ks with 1 or No Walks in Last 5 Starts Extends MLB Record (7.11.18) – 246
451 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 13-Pitch At Bat Ends with Game-Changing Grand Slam (7.12.18) – 562
452 Boston Red Sox – 66th Win Marks 10 in a Row and Pre-MLB ASG Break Record (7.12.18) – 331
453 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – Double Sets Record for Most XBH by SS Before MLB ASG Break (54) (7.12.18) – 222
454 Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – 28 HRs Prior to ASG Break Sets Franchise Record (7.12.18) – 202
455 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Mad Dash Home After Stolen Base Scores Game-Winning Run in the 10th (7.13.18) – 492
456 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – NL Record for RBI by SS Before MLB ASG Break (67) After 4-RBI Game (7.13.18) – 168
457 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – Shortstop’s 3rd Grand Slam of 2018 Goes for Walk-Off in the 10th Inning (7.14.18) – 363
458 Starling Marte/Gregory Polanco, Pittsburgh Pirates – 3rd Time in MLB History Duo Hits Back-to-Back HRs in Each Game of Double Header (7.14.18) – 267
459 Shin-Soo Choo, Texas Rangers – BB Extends On-Base Streak to 50 Games — Longest Since 2007 (7.14.18) – 210
460 Josh Bell, Pittsburgh Pirates – 2-Out Double in 10th Seals Walk-Off, Series Sweer (7.15.18) – 196
461 Brian Dozier, Minnesota Twins – GS in 10th Delivers Wild Walk-Off Win (7.15.18) – 179
462 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Walk-Off HR Caps Series Sweep of Mariners (7.15.18) – 173
463 New York Yankees – 1st Bullpen to Record 400+ Ks Before MLB ASG Break (7.15.18) – 458
464 Rhys Hoskins, Philadelphia Phillies – 1st Player in HR Derby History to Hit 20 HRs in Semifinals (7.16.18) – 920
465 Kyle Schwarber, Chicago Cubs – Eliminates Rhys Hoskins with 21 HRs in Semifinals (7.16.18) – 607
466 Major League Baseball – 221 Total HRs at 2018 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Sets Record (7.16.18) – 1,009
467 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – 2018 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Champion at Home Ballpark (7.16.18) – 2,573
468 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox/Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 1st Time Since 1939-40 Two Pitchers Start Consecutive MLB All-Star Game (7.17.18) – 483
469 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 1st Career MLB ASG HR & 1st by Yankees Player Since 2003 (7.17.18) – 1,771
470 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – HR Marks 6th Straight MLB ASG with Hit, Joining Elite Group (7.17.18) – 969
471 Willson Contreras, Chicago Cubs – First-Pitch HR in First Career MLB ASG Appearance (7.17.18) – 578
472 Scooter Gennett, Cincinnati Reds – Game-Tying, 2-Run HR Sends MLB ASG to Extras, Sets Record (7.17.18) – 581
473 Alex Bregman/George Springer, Houston Astros – Back-to-Back, 10th-Inning HRs Power AL Win & Raise MLB ASG HR Record (7.17.18) – 601
474 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – Go-Ahead HR Earns Third Baseman 2018 MLB All-Star Game MVP Award (7.17.18) – 782
475 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Player Ever with 5 XBH (3 HR, 2 2B) in 1st 6 Innings (7.20.18) – 363
476 Manny Machado, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2-for-3 with 2 Walks in Dodgers Debut (7.20.18) – 1,199
477 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – Fastest Mets Pitcher to 500 Career Ks (7.20.18) – 407
478 Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – 4th Player in History with 30 HR and 20 SB in 1st 100 Games of Season (7.20.18) – 266
479 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals/Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves – 1st Opposing Players to HR in Same Game Before Turning 21 Since 1887 (7.20.18) – 1,166
480 Aledmys Diaz, Toronto Blue Jays – Two-Out Walk-Off Single in 10th Wins It for Blue Jays (7.20.18) – 242
481 Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves – Youngest Player Since 1900 with a HR and 2 SB in Same Game (7.20.18) – 722
482 Jonathan Lucroy, Oakland Athletics – Rescues Oakland Athletics with Walk-Off Hit in 11th (7.21.18) – 148
483 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – 8 Home Runs in 6-Game HR Streak, Makes History (7.21.18) – 265
484 Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins – Twins All-Time Leader in Doubles, Hits Record 415th Double (7.21.18) – 188
485 Daniel Robertson, Tampa Bay Rays – 1st Walk-Off Grand Slam in Franchise History Caps 6-4 Win (7.22.18) – 176
486 Zack Greinke, Arizona Diamondbacks – 13 Ks in 8 2-Hit Innings Cools Off Colorado Rockies (7.22.18) – 126
487 Boston Red Sox – Fastest Red Sox Team to 70 Wins Since 1946 (7.22.18) – 274
488 Matt Chapman, Oakland Athletics – 2-Out Walk-Off Single in 10th Seals 6-5 Victory (7.22.18) – 179
489 Major League Baseball – 32 Position Players Pitch in Games This Season, Most in Expansion Era (7.22.18) – 183
490 Chase Utley, Los Angeles Dodgers – Phillies Legend Receives Standing Ovation in Final Visit (7.23.18) – 743
491 Luis Severino, New York Yankees – 3rd Pitcher with 500 Career Strikeouts Before 25 in Yankees History (7.23.18) – 374
492 Daniel Poncedeleon, St. Louis Cardinals – 5th Pitcher Since 1961, No-Hit Bid Through 7 Innings in MLB Debut (7.23.18) – 509
493 Dilson Herrera, Cincinnati Reds – Pinch-Hit Walk-Off Single Caps 2-Out 9th-Inning Comeback (7.23.18) – 213
494 Pittsburgh Pirates – Rain-Shortened 6-Inning Win Marks 10-Game Win Streak (7.23.18) – 189
495 Austin Gomber/Daniel Poncedeleon, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Rookies to Not Allow a Hit in 1st 6 IP in Back-to-Back Games Since 1964 (7.24.18) – 305
496 Masahiro Tanaka, New York Yankees – 3-Hit, Complete Game Shutout Improves Road Record to 6-0 (7.24.18) – 413
497 Jeff McNeil, New York Mets – Pinch-Hit Single on 1st Pitch in 1st MLB At-Bat (7.24.18) – 431
498 Oakland Athletics – 11 Unanswered Runs Erase 10-2 Deficit to Win on Road (7.24.18) – 203
499 Trevor Plouffe, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off HR in 16th Marks 1st HR on the Phillies (7.24.18) – 275
500 Sergio Romo, Tampa Bay Rays – 1st Player to Play 3rd Base and Earn Save Since Becoming Official Stat (7.25.18) – 188
501 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 631st Career HR Passes Ken Griffey Jr. for 6th All-Time (7.25.18) – 629
502 Mike Trout/Albert Pujols/Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Time Slugging Trio All Homer in the Same Game (7.25.18) – 4,207
503 Charlis Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – 1st Walk-Off HR of Career Defeats Astros, 3-2 (7.25.18) – 222
504 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – 2-HR Game Sparks Second Straight Comeback Win (7.25.18) – 222
505 David Bote/Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – 2-Run HR and Walk-Off Blast Cap 60th Win of Season (7.26.18) – 453
506 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 2nd Player Under 27 to Collect 5 20-20 Seasons (7.26.18) – 833
507 Philadelphia Phillies – Match Franchise Record with 7 HRs in 9-4 Win (7.26.18) – 404
508 Francisco Arcia, Los Angeles Angels – 3-Run HR Marks 1st MLB Hit After 12 Years in the Minor Leagues (7.26.18) – 249
509 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Reaches 200 Ks in 136 IP to Set New AL Record (7.27.18) – 307
510 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – First Teenager to Homer in 3 Straight Games Since 1898 (7.27.18) – 1,483
511 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 7th Consecutive 200-Strikeout Season (7.27.18) – 288
512 David Freese, Pittsburgh Pirates – Walk-Off Single Caps 5-RBI Performance (7.27.18) – 208
513 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – First Career Walk-Off HR Caps Dramatic 4-3 Win (7.27.18) – 428
514 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Historic Performance: 8 Ks on the Mound, 2-Run Single & 3 BBs at the Plate (7.27.18) – 306
515 Kole Calhoun, Los Angeles Angels – HR Lifts Angels to 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Win (7.27.18) – 225
516 Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – Multiple Hits in 10 Straight Games Sets Club Record (7.28.18) – 434
517 Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers – Historic Statline: 5-5, 2 HR (1 Inside-the Park) (7.28.18) – 146
518 J.T. Realmuto, Miami Marlins – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Delivers 2-1 Win (7.28.18) – 109
519 Francisco Arcia, Los Angeles Angels – 10 RBI in First Two Games Sets MLB Record (7.28.18) – 513
520 Mike Moustakas, Milwaukee Brewers – Singles Marks First Hit with New Team in Brewers Debut (7.28.18) – 173
521 Sean Newcomb, Atlanta Braves – 8 2/3 No-Hit Innings Highlight 4-1 Win (7.29.18) – 349
522 J.A. Happ, New York Yankees – Earns Win in Yankees Debut (7.29.18) – 429
523 Nathan Eovaldi, Boston Red Sox – Earns Win in Red Sox Debut (7.29.18) – 286
524 Zack Wheeler, New York Mets – 1st Mets Pitcher with Only RBI in 1-0 Win Since 1977 (7.29.18) – 280
525 Chipper Jones, Atlanta Braves – 2018 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (7.29.18) – 701
526 Jim Thome, Cleveland Indians – 2018 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (7.29.18) – 544
527 Jack Morris, Detroit Tigers – 2018 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (7.29.18) – 498
528 Alan Trammell, Detroit Tigers – 2018 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (7.29.18) – 468
529 Vladimir Guerrero, Los Angeles Angels – 2018 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (7.29.18) – 440
530 Trevor Hoffman, San Diego Padres – 2018 National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee (7.29.18) – 375
531 Mitch Garver, Minnesota Twins – 9th-Inning Double Seals Twins 5-4, Walk-Off Win (7.30.18) – 221
532 Blake Swihart, Boston Red Sox – Walk-Off Double Vs. Phillies in 13th Seals 2-1 Win (7.30.18) – 210
533 Marcell Ozuna, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Punctuates 5-4 Win in 10th (7.30.18) – 166
534 Edwin Diaz, Seattle Mariners – 2nd Fastest to 40 Saves in a Season in MLB History (7.30.18) – 184
535 Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals – Most Career Hits in Washington Nationals/Montreal Expos History (7.31.18) – 297
536 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 3rd Career 30-HR/20-SB Season Ties Angels Record (7.31.18) – 648
537 Washington Nationals – Set New Team Record for Runs Scored in 25-4 Rout of Mets (7.31.18) – 343
538 Lorenzo Cain, Milwaukee Brewers – Leaping Catch Robs HR in 1-0 Win (7.31.18) – 182
539 Boston Red Sox/New York Yankees – Division Rivals’ Winning Percentages Entering August Makes History (8.1.18) – 473
540 Jose Reyes, New York Mets – 1st Player Since 1884 to Hit 2 HRs After Allowing 2 HRs in Previous Game (8.1.18) – 287
541 Cole Hamels, Chicago Cubs – Impressive Display on the Mound and at the Plate in Cubs Debut (8.1.18) – 365
542 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – 2nd Yankees Player with 2 Multi-HR Games Before Age 22 (Joining DiMaggio) (8.1.18) – 1,494
543 Brian Dozier, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-for-4 in Dodgers Debut, Triple Short of Cycle (8.1.18) – 276
544 Yasmani Grandal, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2nd HR of Night Results in a Walk-Off in 10th Inning (8.1.18) – 235
545 Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Toronto Blue Jays/Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (8.2.18) – 1,024
546 Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians/Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – Named AL and NL Players of the Month (8.2.18) – 239
547 Jose Martinez, St. Louis Cardinals – Walk-Off, Pinch-Hit Single Seals Cardinals Win (8.2.18) – 204
548 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Multiple BBs in Nine Games This Season Ties MLB Record (8.2.18) – 888
549 Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox – 3rd Player in Red Sox History with 3-HR Game Against Yankees (8.2.18) – 307
550 Maikel Franco, Philadelphia Phillies – Walk-Off Home Run Delivers Victory Over Marlins (8.2.18) – 293
551 Los Angeles Dodgers – 21-Run Outburst Sets Multiple Records (8.2.18) – 346
552 Rougned Odor, Texas Rangers – 4th Player Since 1900 with 1 HR & 5 BBs in a Game (8.2.18) – 169
553 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – First Career Multi-HR and 4-Hit Game (8.3.18) – 2,957
553J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – First Career Multi-HR and 4-Hit Game (Japanese) (8.3.18) – 1,750
554 Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox – 86-Pitch, 1-Hit Complete Game Against Yankees (8.3.18) – 253
555 Eric Thames, Milwaukee Brewers – 3-Run, Walk-Off Homer Powers 5-3 Victory (8.3.18) – 178
556 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 14-K Gem in World Series Rematch (8.3.18) – 282
557 Ramon Laureano, Oakland Athletics – 13th-Inning, Walk-Off Single for First Career MLB Hit (8.3.18) – 321
558 Arizona Diamondbacks – 20th Anniversary Team Celebration Honors Franchise Greats (8.4.18) – 405
559 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – 1st Teenager with Multiple Hits in Both Games of a Doubleheader Since 1975 (8.4.18) – 1,106
560 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – Dominant 98-Pitch, Complete Game Shutout (8.4.18) – 275
561 Nick Markakis, Atlanta Braves – 10th-Inning HR Caps Braves 5-4 Comeback Win (8.5.18) – 188
562 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – Club Keeps Pace in Division with Game-Winning, 11th-Inning HR (8.5.18) – 148
563 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Hit Caps Wild Comeback, Sweep of Yankees (8.5.18) – 532
564 Adam Engel, Chicago White Sox – Incredible Leap at Wall Steals HR (8.6.18) – 203
565 David Peralta, Arizona Diamondbacks – 2nd HR of Game Seals 14th-Inning, Comeback Win (8.6.18) – 156
566 Marwin Gonzalez, Houston Astros – 9th-Inning, 3-Run HR Leads Astros to 3-1 Win (8.6.18) – 222
567 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Youngest to Reach Base Safely 5+ Times in a Game Since 1975 (8.7.18) – 1,107
568 Adam Engel, Chicago White Sox – Robs HR Vs. Yankees in 2nd Consecutive Game (8.7.18) – 217
569 Willy Adames, Tampa Bay Rays – Walk-Off HR in 9th Seals 4-3 Win Over Orioles (8.7.18) – 307
570 Bartolo Colon, Texas Rangers – 246th Career Win Passes Dennis Martinez for Most Ever by Latin-Born Player (8.7.18) – 302
571 Boston Red Sox – 1st Team in MLB with 80 Wins This Season After 5-Run, 10th-Inning Rally (8.7.18) – 249
572 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – 15th HR of Season & Game-Winning RBI in 13th Lead Yankees Win (8.7.18) – 713
573 Jameson Taillon, Pittsburgh Pirates – CG Marks 13th Consecutive Start Allowing 3 Runs or Less (8.7.18) – 234
574 Milwaukee Brewers – Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Highlight Victory (8.8.18) – 183
575 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 5th Player This Season to Hit & Rob HR in Same Game (8.8.18) – 1,183
576 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – 3-Run, Walk-Off HR Seals Win (8.8.18) – 272
577 Michael Brantley, Cleveland Indians – 9th-Inning Single Seals 2nd Straight Walk-Off Win Vs. Twins (8.9.18) – 203
578 Hunter Renfroe, San Diego Padres – Grand Slam Caps 6-Run 9th Inning in Padres Victory (8.9.18) – 210
579 Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – Hardest Hit HR of Stat Cast Era (8.9.18) – 538
580 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 1st Player to Hit MLB Cycle in 2018 Season (8.9.18) – 930
581 Manny Machado, Los Angeles Dodgers – Youngest Active Player to 1000 Hits (8.9.18) – 370
582 Ronald Guzman, Texas Rangers – 1st Rookie to Hit 3 HRs Against Yankees in Same Game (8.10.18) – 460
583 Daniel Palka, Chicago White Sox – Walk-Off HR Seals Win Over the Indians (8.10.18) – 335
584 Cedric Mullins, Baltimore Orioles – 1st Orioles Player with 3 Hits in MLB Debut (8.10.18) – 477
585 Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – 1,000 Hits for One AL & NL Team, 3rd Player in MLB History (8.10.18) – 578
586 Ryan McMahon, Colorado Rockies – Walk-Off, 3-Run HR Captures Win Over Dodgers (8.11.18) – 345
587 Bryan Holaday, Miami Marlins – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Double in 11th Inning Seals Marlins Win (8.11.18) – 149
588 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 12 Ks in 70-Pitch Span Lead Sweep of Orioles (8.12.18) – 276
589 Mitch Haniger, Seattle Mariners – Go-Ahead RBI Double in 10th Leads to 1st Four-Game Sweep (8.12.18) – 207
590 Adam Engel, Chicago White Sox – Caps Off Week with 3rd HR Robbery (8.12.18) – 270
591 David Bote, Chicago Cubs – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Grand Slam with 2 Outs Lifts Cubs to 4-3 Win (8.12.18) – 2,089
592 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Leadoff HRs in Both Games of Doubleheader Make History (8.13.18) – 2,285
593 Touki Toussaint, Atlanta Braves – 6 Strong Innings and a Win in MLB Debut (8.13.18) – 754
594 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – 12 Ks Vs. Yankees as String of Dominant Outings Continues (8.13.18) – 683
595 Paul DeJong, St. Louis Cardinals – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit a HR in 7-6 Win (8.13.18) – 276
596 Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers – 2 HRs Lead 7-0 Rout of Cubs in Divisional Race Showdown (8.14.18) – 168
597 Taylor Ward, Los Angeles Angels – 2-for-3 with an RBI in Impressive Angels Debut (8.14.18) – 524
598 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Youngest Ever to Homer in 5 Straight Games, Including 3 Straight Lead-Off HRs (8.14.18) – 2,410
599 Dee Gordon, Seattle Mariners – Game-Winning, 2-Run HR in 12th Seals Divisional Race WIn (8.15.18) – 193
600 Brandon Nimmo, New York Mets – 1st Career 5-Hit Game Powers 16-5 Rout of Orioles (8.15.18) – 287
601 Wilson Ramos, Philadelphia Phillies – 3 XBH, 3 RBI and 3 Runs Scored in Stellar Phillies Debut (8.15.18) – 387
602 New York Mets – Franchise-Record 24 Runs Scored in Win Over Phillies (8.16.18) – 426
603 Texas Rangers – 1st Triple Play Turned in Which Batter Was Not Retired Since 1912 (8.16.18) – 296
604 Logan Forsythe, Minnesota Twins – Career-High 5-Hit Game Leads Charge in 15-8 Win (8.16.18) – 209
605 Clay Buchholz, Arizona Diamondbacks – Complete Game Gem Marks 1st in Over 3 Years (8.16.18) – 188
606 Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies – Youngest Franchise Player with 5 Double Digit Strikeout Games (8.17.18) – 327
607 Phillip Ervin, Cincinnati Reds – Walk-Off HR Gives Reds Win Over Giants (8.17.18) – 214
608 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – 500th RBI Contributes to Washington Nationals Victory (8.17.18) – 501
609 Chicago Cubs – Ties MLB Record for 9-Inning Game with 7 Double Plays (8.17.18) – 468
610 Matt Olson, Oakland Athletics – 9th-Inning Rally Leads to 10th-Inning Walk-Off HR (8.17.18) – 223
611 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – Complete-Game Gem with 0 ERs Powers Mets Win (8.18.18) – 350
612 Alex Cobb, Baltimore Orioles – Complete-Game Outing Leads 4-2 Victory (8.18.18) – 148
613 Colorado Rockies – 9th-Inning Rally Powers 5-3 Win Over Braves (8.18.18) – 151
614 Jose Urena, Miami Marlins – Reitres Final 16 Hitters in 1 Run, CG Gem (8.19.18) – 189
615 Adam Frazier, Pittsburgh Pirates – 2nd Career Walk-Off HR Gives Pirates 11th Inning 2-1 Win (8.19.18) – 230
616 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – Astros Alone in 1st Following 200th Career Win (8.19.18) – 536
617 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2nd-Fastest Dodgers Pitcher to 150 Career Wins (8.19.18) – 401
618 Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies/Todd Frazier/Michael Conforto, New York Mets – MLB Players Return to Roots at MLB Little League Classic (8.19.18) – 578
619 Amed Rosario, New York Mets – 3-for-5 with 3 RBIs in MLB Little League Classic (8.19.18) – 444
620 Bryse Wilson, Atlanta Braves – Youngest Starting Pitcher to Win a 1-0 Game in MLB Debut (8.20.18) –
621 Matt Carpenter/Jedd Gyorko, St. Louis Cardinals – 2-HR 9th Silences Dodgers in 5-3 Victory (8.20.18) – 180
622 Ramon Laureano, Oakland Athletics – 1st 2 Career HRs Lead Athletics Back Into 1st-Place Tie (8.20.18) – 512
623 Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – Standing Ovation, 2 Hits in 1st Return to Miami (8.21.18) – 333
624 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – 38th HR of Season Ties MLB Lead During Torrid Stretch (8.21.18) – 180
625 Michael Kopech, Chicago White Sox – Top Prospect Has 2 IP, 4 Ks in Rain-Shortened MLB Debut (8.21.18) – 1,063
626 Thomas Pannone, Toronto Blue Jays – Holds Orioles Hitless Until 7th in 1st Career Start and Win (8.22.18) – 375
627 Ronald Acuna Jr./Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – 1st Teammates Under Age 22 in MLB History with 20+ HRs in a Season (8.22.18) – 1,725
628 Daniel Murphy, Chicago Cubs – Collects 1st Hit, RBI in Debut with Cubs (8.22.18) – 411
629 Ryan Zimmerman, Washington Nationals – 11th Career Walk-Off HR Tied for 8th-Most in MLB History (8.22.18) – 289
630 Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals/Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – Youngest Pair of Pitchers to K 9 at Dodger Stadium Since 1966 (8.22.18) – 473
631 Aaron Nola, Philadelphia Phillies – Outduels Max Scherzer for 2-0 Win with 8 Scoreless IP (8.23.18) – 317
632 Cole Hamels, Chicago Cubs – 1st CG as Member of Cubs (8.23.18) – 434
633 Ian Desmond, Colorado Rockies – 2-Run, Walk-Off Smash Puts Rockies in Tie for WC (8.23.18) – 236
634 David Bote, Chicago Cubs – 2nd Walk-Off HR of Month Leads to Cubs 3-2 Win (8.24.18) – 1,089
635 Milwaukee Brewers – Brewers Outlast Pirates with 15th Inning Walk-Off (8.24.18) – 154
636 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – Hits a Triple in His First AB Following a DL Stint (8.24.18) – 485
637 Neil Walker/Luke Voit, New York Yankees – Tiebreaking HR in 10th and 2nd 2-Run Shot Assist Yankees Win (8.24.18) – 311
638 Hunter Dozier, Kansas City Royals – HR in 9th to Walk-Off Royals Over Indians (8.24.18) – 213
639 Joe Mauer/Rod Carew, Minnesota Twins – Passes Rod Carew on Twins Career Hit List with 5th Inning Single (8.24.18) – 386
640 Edwin Diaz, Seattle Mariners – Sets Mariners Single-Season Save Record in 6-3 Win Over Diamondbacks (8.24.18) – 263
641 Matt Holliday, Colorado Rockies – Pinch-Hit, Two-Out HR in Scoreless Game in His Return to the Colorado Rockies (8.25.18) – 249
642 Edwin Diaz, Seattle Mariners – Earns 50th Save in 10th Inning, Leads to Comeback Victory (8.25.18) – 255
643 Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers – 12th-Inning, Game-Winning, RBI Double Following Power Outage (8.25.18) – 246
644 Kendrys Morales, Toronto Blue Jays – Homers in 6th Straight Game in Blue Jays Win (8.25.18) – 163
645 Kendrys Morales, Toronto Blue Jays – HR in 7th Straight Game Sets Blue Jays Record (8.26.18) – 227
646 Matt Carpenter, St. Louis Cardinals – 4 Doubles Matches MLB Record for a 9-Inning Game (8.26.18) – 228
647 Michael Kopech, Chicago White Sox – Shows Flashes of Brilliance in 1st MLB Win (8.26.18) – 702
648 Gleyber Torres/Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – 1st Rookie Teammates in Yankees History with 20 HRs in Same Season (8.27.18) – 2,529
649 Arizona Diamondbacks – Fastest Franchise in MLB History to Record 25,000th Strikeout (8.27.18) – 362
650 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 3rd Player in MLB History with 15 HRs and 4 Wins in a Season (8.27.18) – 2,967
650J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 3rd Player in MLB History with 15 HRs and 4 Wins in a Season (Japanese) (8.27.18) – 1,717
651 Neil Walker, New York Yankees – 9th-Inning, Pinch-Hit HR Caps Comeback Win (8.28.18) – 278
652 Tom Seaver/Jacob deGrom/Dwight Gooden, New York Mets – deGrom’s Dominance Continues, Tying Records by Two Franchise Greats (8.28.18) – 655
653 Jakob Junis, Kansas City Royals – Dominating Performance in 1st Career Complete Game (8.28.18) – 286
654 Gorkys Hernandez, San Francisco Giants – Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off RBI Single Seals 1-0 Win Vs. Diamondbacks (8.28.18) – 205
655 Ben Zobrist, Chicago Cubs – Walk-Off Single Ends Rain-Suspended Game (8.29.18) – 274
656 Tyler White, Houston Astros – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Marks MLB Record 81st of 2018 (8.29.18) – 227
657 Major League Baseball – 81 Walk-Off HRsin 2018 Season Sets MLB Record (8.29.18) – 296
658 Luis Urias, San Diego Padres – 1st Career Hit Highlights 3-Hit Day (8.29.18) – 680
659 Francisco Lindor/Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – 1st Pair of Infield Teammates in MLB History with 25+ HR, 20 SB (8.29.18) – 262
660 Boston Red Sox – Rally for 11 Runs in 7th Inning to Pad Division Lead (8.29.18) – 219
661 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Triple Completes Cycle in 6-for-6 Game (8.29.18) – 513
662 Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – 5th Fastest to Reach 300 Career HRs (8.30.18) – 1,143
663 Lorenzo Cain, Milwaukee Brewers – Go-Ahead HR in 11th Seals 2nd Straight Extra-Innings Win (8.30.18) – 189
664 Ronald Acuna Jr./Hank Aaron, Atlanta Braves – Acuna Jr.’s 38th Hit in August Breaks Aaron’s Record for 20-Year-Old Braves Player (8.30.18) – 1,228
665 Albert Almora Jr./Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Pair of Impressive Catches Helps Preserve One-Run Victory (8.30.18) – 377
666 Franmil Reyes, San Diego Padres – Walk-Off HR in the 13th Powers 3-2 Win (8.30.18) – 400
667 Asdrubal Cabrera, Philadelphia Phillies – 10th Inning Walk-Off HR Clinches 2-1 Win (8.31.18) – 260
668 Miguel Andujar/Aaron Judge/Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – Andujar Becomes 3rd Different Rookie in Franchise History with 10 HRs in a Month (8.31.18) – 1,151
669 Dellin Betances, New York Yankees – First Reliver Ever with 100+ Ks in 5 Consecutive Seasons (9.1.18) – 433
670 Whit Merrifield, Kansas City Royals – 2-Run, Walk-Off Home Run Caps 5-4 Win (9.1.18) – 239
671 Seattle Mariners – Paxton and Bullpen Collect 18 Ks in Big Division Win (9.1.18) – 162
672 Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers – Dramatic 8th-Inning HR Defeats Diamondbacks and Ties NL West Division (9.1.18) – 319
673 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – 1st Cubs Player Ever with 30 HRs, 5 3Bs, 20 SB & 100 RBI in a Season (9.2.18) – 915
674 Daniel Palka, Chicago White Sox – Solo HR Comes 4 Pitches After Near-HR Is Overturned (9.2.18) – 364
675 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 7th Leadoff Home Run of the Seasons Ties Braves Record (9.2.18) – 1,130
676 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – 2-Hit, 11-K Gem for First Career Complete Game (9.2.18) – 379
677 Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers – Walk-Off Double Gives Dodgers Division Lead (9.2.18) – 271
678 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Player Since Babe Ruth (1919) with 50 IP & 15 HR in a Season (9.2.18) – 2,161
678J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Player Since Babe Ruth (1919) with 50 IP & 15 HR in a Season (Japanese) (9.2.18) – 1,604
679 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals/Randy Johnson, Arizona Diamondbacks/Nolan Ryan, Texas Rangers/Roger Clemens, Boston Red Sox – Scherzer Joins Elite Group as 4th Pitcher in History with 5 250-K Seasons (9.3.18) – 667
680 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – 8th Intentional Walk Ties Ken Griffey Jr. for Most by a Teenager (9.3.18) – 1,128
681 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Game-Tying, 2-Run HR in 9th, Game-Winning Sac Fly in 10th Seals 4-3 Win (9.3.18) – 304
682 Matt Davidson, Chicago White Sox – 4-2 Secured with 2-Run, Walk-Off HR (9.3.18) – 221
683 Francisco Lindor/Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – 1st Infielders in MLB History with 30+ HRs and 20+ Stolen Bases in Single Season (9.3.18) – 326
684 Jack Flaherty, St. Louis Cardinals – 174 Ks Through First 33 Career Starts Set Cardinals Record (9.3.18) – 381
685 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – 25th Straight Start of 3 Runs or Fewer Allowed Sets MLB Moder-Day Record (9.3.18) – 623
686 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox/Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers – Named AL and NL Players of the Month (9.4.18) – 368
687 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees/Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (9.4.18) – 1,784
688 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Most Walks in a Season by a Teenager Since 1900 (9.4.18) – 953
689 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 8th Leadoff HR Sets Single Season Braves Record (9.5.18) – 1,475
690 Brandon Phillips, Boston Red Sox – 9th Inning 2-Run HR Seals Comeback Win in Red Sox Debut (9.5.18) – 365
691 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – Farthest Hit of Statcast Era Part of 3 HR Night (9.5.18) – 412
692 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Post TJ Recommendation, Only Player w/Two 2 HR/1 SB Games in 2018 (9.5.18) – 1,684
692J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Post TJ Recommendation, Only Player w/Two 2 HR/1 SB Games in 2018 (Japanese) (9.5.18) – 1,129
693 Rowdy Tellez, Toronto Blue Jays – Doubles in First 3 PAs Set MLB Record (9.6.18) – 482
694 Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – 6 Multi-HR Games from Leadoff Spot in 2018 Sets MLB Record (9.6.18) – 363
695 David Bote, Chicago Cubs – Extra-Inning, Go-Ahead RBI Double Powers Win (9.6.18) – 706
696 Francisco Mejia, San Diego Padres – Top Catching Prospect Homers Twice in First Two At-Bats of Padres Debut (9.6.18) – 893
697 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 19th HR of Season Sets MLB Record for Japanese Rookies (9.7.18) – 2,024
697J Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – 19th HR of Season Sets MLB Record for Japanese Rookies (Japanese) (9.7.18) – 1,325
698 Jeimer Candelario, Detroit Tigers – Two-Run, Walk-Off HR Caps 5-3 Win (9.7.18) – 175
699 Rowdy Tellez, Toronto Blue Jays – 1st AL Rookie Since DiMaggio (1936) with 6 2Bs Over 3-Game Stretch (9.7.18) – 373
700 Kevin Pillar, Toronto Blue Jays – 440-Foot, Walk-Off HR in the 11th Powers Win (9.7.18) – 211
701 Carlos Carrasco, Cleveland Indians – 14 Strikeouts Over 8 Brilliant Innings (9.7.18) – 181
702 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 11-K Complete Game for 17th Win (9.8.18) – 328
703 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – 2 HRs in Second Career 5-for-5 Game (9.8.18) – 674
704 Jorge Lopez, Kansas City Royals – 8 Perfect Innings Fuels 4-1 Win (9.8.18) – 269
705 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 1st to Hit 40+ Doubles and Steal 20+ Bases in 4 Straight Seasons (9.8.18) – 608
706 Jose Ramirez, Cleveland Indians – 39th Player in MLB History to Join 30-30 Club (9.9.18) – 325
707 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – 7th Player in MLB History with 25 HRs Before Turning 21 (9.9.18) – 1,205
708 Atlanta Braves – 3 HRs in 9th Complete Braves Rally Vs. Diamondbacks (9.9.18) – 284
709 Rally Squirrel, St. Louis Cardinals – Cardinals Score 5 Runs After 2011 Rally Squirrel Returns in 7th Inning (9.9.18) – 2,294
710 Mitch Haniger, Seattle Mariners – Spectacular Diving Catch Ends Game, Secures 3-2 Win Over Yankees (9.9.18) – 223
711 Willians Astudillo, Minnesota Twins – Walk-Off HR Seals Series Win Over Royals (9.9.18) – 311
712 Mitch Moreland, Boston Red Sox – Walk-Off Single Ends Riveting Final Game of Series (9.9.18) – 218
713 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 10-K Win in Emotional Return to Detroit (9.10.18) – 381
714 Ji-Man Choi, Tampa Bay Rays – Two-Run, Walk-Off HR Powers 12th Straight Win at Home (9.10.18) – 222
715 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – 1st SS in MLB History w/ 100 RBI, 40 2B, 30 HR and 25 SB in a Season (9.11.18) – 420
716 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – Allows 3 R or Fewer in 26 Straight Starts Setting Single-Season MLB Record (9.11.18) – 602
717 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Most Multi-HR Games by a Teenager (3) in MLB History (9.11.18) – 1,516
718 Mike Foltynewicz, Atlanta Braves – CG Gem Helps Braves Pad NL East Division Lead (9.11.18) – 251
719 Boston Red Sox – Clinch 2018 MLB Postseason Berth (9.11.18) – 308
720 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – 1st 3B in MLB History with 30 HR and 50 2B in a Season (9.12.18) – 526
721 Boston Red Sox – 1st 100-Win Season Since 1946 (9.12.18) – 721
722 DJ Lemahieu, Colorado Rockies – 1st Career Walk-Off HR Seals 5-4 Win (9.12.18) – 197
723 Nolan Arenado, Colorado Rockies – Youngest 3B-Man (27) to Have 4 Straight 30-HR, 100-RBI Seasons (9.13.18) – 268
724 Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – Timely Bunt Caps Big Day in 10-Inning Win (9.13.18) – 376
725 Michael Conforto/Todd Frazier, New York Mets – Back-to-Back, 2-Out HRs Seal 4-3, Walk-Off Win (9.13.18) – 283
726 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – 1st 19-Year-Old in MLB History with 20 HRs & .900 OPS (9.14.18) – 1,642
727 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – Go-Ahead, 10th-Inning HR Seals 2-1 Win (9.14.18) – 219
728 Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals – Walk-Off Grand Slam Caps Wild 9th-Inning Rally (9.14.18) – 295
729 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – 8 SO Innings with 9 Ks Pulls Dodgers Into WC Tie (9.14.18) – 605
730 Chris Stratton, Baltimore Orioles – 2-Hits the Rockies in CG SO (9.14.18) – 212
731 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – First Teen with 3 Steals in 1 Game (9.15.18) – 1,058
732 Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3 HRs Power Victory Over Cardinals (9.15.18) – 354
733 Cleveland Indians – Clinch 2018 AL Central Division (9.15.18) – 298
734 Didi Gregorius, New York Yankees – Breaks Franchise Record for Most HR by SS (9.15.18) – 443
735 Francisco Mejia, San Diego Padres – Walk-Off Grand Slam Caps Wild 7-3 Win (9.16.18) – 429
736 Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals – Pitcher’s 1st Win Since April Puts Cardinals in Wild Card Tie (9.16.18) – 183
737 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets/Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Pitchers with 100 IP and Sub 2.00 ERA Face Off for First Time Since 1985 (9.16.18) – 472
738 Victor Robles, Washington Nationals – Mammoth 1st Career HR a 427-Foot Shot (9.17.18) – 1,019
739 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st Player to Hit 2 Cycles in 1 Season Vs. the Same Team (9.17.18) – 758
740 Michael Conforto, New York Mets – 3-Hit, 6-RBI Night Leads Mets Over Phillies (9.17.18) – 248
741 Jacob Stallings, Pittsburgh Pirates – 2nd Walk-Off Hit in 22 Career Games Seals Pirates 7-6 Win (9.17.18) – 278
742 New York Yankees – 11 Players with 10+ HRs in a Season Ties MLB Record (9.18.18) – 699
743 Corey Kluber, Cleveland Indians – 11-K Outing Powers Career-High 19th Win (9.18.18) – 219
744 Josh James, Houston Astros – 1st MLB Win in Astros 7-0, Shutout Victory (9.18.18) – 389
745 Blake Snell, Tampa Bay Rays – Youngest AL Pitcher to Win 20 Games in a Season Since 2004 (9.18.18) – 275
746 Baltimore Orioles – 1st Professional Sports Team to Wear Braille Jerseys (9.18.18) – 330
747 Ryan Lavarnway, Pittsburgh Pirates – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 2-1 Win (9.18.18) – 203
748 Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers – Walk-Off HR Sinks Colorado Rockies, Pads Division Lead (9.18.18) – 281
749 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – Joins Impressive Yankees Rookies with 25th HR of Season (9.19.18) – 1,336
750 Justus Sheffield, New York Yankees – Scoreless 9th in MLB Debut (9.19.18) – 1,717
751 Jason Kipnis, Cleveland Indians – Dramatic 9th-Inning, Walk-Off GS Marks 1,000th Career Hit (9.19.18) – 357
752 Los Angeles Dodgers – 7 Hitters with 20+ HRs This Season Sets NL Record (9.19.18) – 340
753 Francisco Arcia, Los Angeles Angels – 1st Player to Catch, Pitch and Homer in the Same Game (9.20.18) – 343
754 New York Yankees – 12 Players with Double-Digit Home Runs Sets MLB Record (9.20.18) – 681
755 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals – 290 Strikeous Marks Most in a Season in Washington Nationals History (9.20.18) – 294
756 Toronto Blue Jays – 3 HRs in 7-Run 9th-Inning Rally, Stuns Rays (9.20.18) – 257
757 Boston Red Sox – Win 3 Straight Division Titles for the 1st Time in Franchise History (9.20.18) – 476
758 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – 2 HR Night Includes Walk-Off Blast to Seal Win (9.21.18) – 241
759 Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros/Lourdes Gurriel Jr., Toronto Blue Jays – First Pair of Brothers to Have Multi HR Games on Same Day (9.21.18) – 420
760 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – 23 Consecutive Quality Starts Sets MLB Single-Season Record (9.21.18) – 476
761 Houston Astros – Defending Champions Clich Postseason Berth (9.21.18) – 309
762 Isaac Galloway, Miami Marlins – Extra-Inning Walk-Off Double Seals Victory Over Reds (9.21.18) – 260
763 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves/Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels/Alex Rodriguez, Seattle Mariners/Orlando Cepeda, San Francisco Giants – Acuna Jr. Becomes 4th Player with 25 HRs, 15 SBs in Age-20 Season or Younger (9.22.18) – 963
764 Atlanta Braves – Clinch 2018 NL East Division (9.22.18) – 430
765 Tyler O’Neill, St. Louis Cardinals – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 5-4 Win (9.22.18) – 384
766 Corey Kluber/Trevor Bauer/Carlos Carrasco/Mike Clevinger, Cleveland Indians – Indians Become 1st Team to Have Four Starters Each with 200+ Ks in a Season (9.22.18) – 437
767 New York Yankees – Clinch AL Wild Card Berth with 11-Inning Win Over Orioles (9.22.18) – 534
768 Aaron Hicks, New York Yankees – Walk-Off Double Locks in 3-2 Win Over the Orioles (9.22.18) – 386
769 Victor Martinez, Detroit Tigers – Retires with Tigers After a 16-Year Career (9.22.18) – 243
770 Michael Brantley, Cleveland Indians – Walk-Off Single Seals 5-4 Win Over Red Sox in 11 Innings (9.22.18) – 229
771 Blake Snell, Tampa Bay Rays – Earns Franchise Record 21st Win of Year (9.23.18) – 223
772 Matt Kemp, Los Angeles Dodgers – Hits HR for 1,000th Career RBI on 34th Birthday (9.23.18) – 269
773 Adrian Beltre, Texas Rangers – Emotional Sendoff in Potential Final Home Game (9.23.18) – 246
774 Greg Allen, Cleveland Indians – 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps 2018 Home Slate (9.23.18) – 313
775 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – 66th RBI Marks 4th-Most RBI in a Season as a Teenager (9.24.18) – 1,051
776 Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – 1st Time in MLB Career to Reach 100 RBI in a Season (9.24.18) – 510
777 Khris Davis, Oakland Athletics – 2nd Player in Franchise History with 45+ HRs and 120+ RBI in a Season (9.24.18) – 303
778 Oakland Athletics – Clinch AL Wild Card Spot with 7-3 Win Over the Mariners (9.24.18) – 251
779 Boston Red Sox – 106th Win Sets Franchise Record (9.24.18) – 530
780 Jose Briceno, Los Angeles Angels – 5-4 Win Sealed with 1th-Inning, Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Home Run (9.24.18) – 312
781 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – 4th SS in NL History to Reach 80 XBH in a Season (9.24.18) – 218
782 Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins – 3,073rd Time Reaching Base Safely Sets Franchise Record (9.25.18) – 205
783 Max Scherzer, Washington Nationals/Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers/Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Scherzer Joins Kershaw & Sale as Only Pitchers with 300 Ks in a Season This Decade (9.25.18) – 522
784 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Reaches 100 RBI This Season with Career-High 6-RBI Night (9.25.18) – 326
785 Eduardo Escobar, Arizona Diamondbacks – 9th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 4-3 Win (9.25.18) – 160
786 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – 3rd Most Home Runs (26) by a Yankees Rookie in a Season (9.25.18) – 802
787 Houston Astros – 1st Reigning World Series Champions to Win 100+ Games in a Season Since 1990 (9.25.18) – 335
788 Chris Hermann, Seattle Mariners – Walk-Off Home Run in 11th Inning Stuns Oakland Athletics (9.25.18) – 162
789 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 40th Member of 30-30 Club, 2nd in Franchise History (9.26.18) – 559
790 Rafael Devers/Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox – Devers Ties Williams for Most RBI (6) in a Game by Red Sox Player Under 22 (9.26.18) – 492
791 German Marquez, Colorado Rockies – Ties Modern-Day MLB Mark with 8 Ks to Start Game (9.26.18) – 194
792 Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – Caps Brilliant 2018 by Becoming Fastest to 1,000 Ks in Mets History (9.26.18) – 792
793 Milwaukee Brewers – Clinch 2018 Postseason Spot (9.26.18) – 249
794 Chicago Cubs – Clinch 2018 Postseason Spot (9.26.18) – 378
795 Albert Almora Jr., Chicago Cubs – Two-Out, 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Holds NL Central Division Lead (9.26.18) – 310
796 Trevor Story, Colorado Rockies – 4th Different NL Shortstop to Hit 35 HRs in a Season (9.27.18) – 262
797 Wade Davis, Colorado Rockies – 42nd Save of Season Sets Colorado Rockies Single-Season Saves Record (9.27.18) – 221
798 Salvador Perez, Kansas City Royals – 2-Out, Walk-Off Single in the 10th Inning Seals a 2-1 Win (9.27.18) – 219
799 Atlanta Braves – 1st Time in MLB History 3 Braves Reach 40 Doubles in a Season (9.28.18) – 348
800 David Wright, New York Mets – Mets Captain Pinch-Hits, Receives Ovation in First At-Bat Since 2016 (9.28.18) – 1,307
801 New York Yankees – 264th HR of 2018 Ties MLB Single-Season HR Record (9.28.18) – 1,000
802 David Dahl, Colorado Rockies – 5 Straight Games with a Home Run (9.28.18) – 232
803 Colorado Rockies – Colorado Rockies Clinch 2018 Postseason Berth (9.28.18) – 238
804 Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Yankees 265th HR of 2018 Sets Single-Season MLB Record (9.29.18) – 1,867
805 Miguel Andujar, New York Yankees – 45th Double Passes DiMaggio for Most 2Bs by a Yankees Rookie (9.29.18) – 1,652
806 Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers – 8th Leadoff HR of 2018 Sets Dodgers Single-Season Record (9.29.18) – 326
807 Los Angeles Dodgers – Clinch 2018 Postseason Berth (9.29.18) – 372
808 Juan Soto/Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Soto’s 22nd HR of 2018 Ties Harper for 2nd-Most by a Teenager in MLB History (9.29.18) – 1,140
809 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 2-HR Game Sends Brewers to Top of NL Central Division (9.29.18) – 410
810 David Wright, New York Mets – Mets Captain Starts at 3B, Bids Farewell in Final Career Game (9.29.18) – 2,592
811 Austin Jackson, New York Mets – Walk-Off Double in 13th Seals 1-0 Win for David Wright’s Final Game (9.29.18) – 455
812 New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox/ Houston Astros – 3 Teams in 1 League (AL) with 100+ Wins for First Time in MLB History (9.29.18) – 734
813 Noah Syndergaard, New York Mets – Throws 1st Career SHO and Breaks Bat Swinging in Final Game of Season (9.30.18) – 408
814 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – 43rd HR Marks Most Ever by First-Year Sox Player (9.30.18) – 320
815 Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – 1st Player Ever to Hit for the Cycle in Game 162 (9.30.18) – 341
816 Taylor Ward, Los Angeles Angels – 2-Run, Walk-Off HR Caps 9th-Inning Comeback Win (9.30.18) – 316
817 Joe Mauer, Minnesota Twins – Catches for 1st Time in 5 Years in Potential Final Game (9.30.18) – 1,293
818 Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles – Receives Standing Ovation in Potential Final Game with Team (9.30.18) – 311
819 Chicago Cubs/ Milwaukee Brewers – Game 163 to Determine NL Central Division Title & Wild Card Seeding (9.30.18) – 443
820 Los Angeles Dodgers/ Colorado Rockies – Game 163 to Determine NL West Division Title & Wild Card Seeding (9.30.18) – 295
821 Anthony Rizzo, Chicago Cubs – 4th in Franchise History with 3 Seasons of 30 HRs, 30 2Bs & 100 RBI (9.30.18) – 446
822 Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Finishes 2018 Season with Highest OPS by a Teenager in MLB History (9.30.18) – 1,281
823 Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels/Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – Named AL and NL Players of the Month (10.1.18) – 714
824 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels/Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (10.1.18) – 2,265
825 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st Batting Champ in Club History After 3-for-4 Game 163 (10.1.18) – 439
826 Josh Hader, Milwaukee Brewers – Powers Clinch of NL Central Division with 2-Inning Save (10.1.18) – 275
827 Milwaukee Brewers – Win 1st Division Title Since 2011 in Game 163 (10.1.18) – 356
828 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – 6 2/3 Scoreless IP & 1st Career RBI Lead Charge to Division Crown (10.1.18) – 995
829 Cody Bellinger/Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – Each Hit a 2-Run HR to Power Dodgers to NL West Division Title (10.1.18) – 389
830 Los Angeles Dodgers – Win 6th Straight NL West Division Title in Tiebreaker Game (10.1.18) – 419
831 Kyle Freeland, Colorado Rockies – 1st Pitcher in Franchise History with 6+ SHO IP in a Postseason Game (10.2.18) – 352
832 Tony Wolters, Colorado Rockies – RBI Single in 13th Inning Seals 2-1 NL Wild Card Game Win (10.2.18) – 292
833 Chicago Cubs – Longest Postseason Game in Wrigley Field History (4 Hours, 55 Minutes) (10.2.18) – 382
834 Colorado Rockies – Advance to NLDS with 13-Inning Win Over Cubs in NL WIld Card Game (10.2.18) – 360
835 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 1st Player to Homer in 2 Wild Card Games (10.3.18) – 1,418
836 Luke Voit, New York Yankees – 6th-Inning, 2-Run Triple Extends Yankees Lead to 5-0 (10.3.18) – 900
837 Giancarlo Stanton, New York Yankees – Smacks 443-Foot HR in 1st Career Postseason Game (10.3.18) – 759
838 Dellin Betances, New York Yankees – Earns Win with 3 Ks in 2 Perfect Innings Pitched (10.3.18) – 589
839 New York Yankees – Advance to ALDS with 7-2 Win Over Oakland Athletics in AL Wild Card Game (10.3.18) – 742
840 Hyun-Jin Ryu, Los Angeles Dodgers – 7 Scoreless IP in Stellar Start Kicks Off Postseason Play for the Dodgers (10.4.18) – 359
841 Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers – 6th Player to Homer in 1st PA of Postseason (10.4.18) – 272
842 Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-Run HR Leads Offense in NLDS Game 1 Victory (10.4.18) – 330
843 Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – 2-Run HR Gives Brewers Early Lead in NLDS Game 1 (10.4.18) – 340
844 Mike Moustakas, Milwaukee Brewers – 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals NLDS Game 1 Win (10.4.18) – 280
845 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – 4th-Inning HR Off Kluber Opens Scoring in ALDS Game 1 (10.5.18) – 331
846 George Springer/Jose Altuve, Houston Astros – Back-to-Back HRs Power Offense in 7-2 Win (10.5.18) – 292
847 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – Astros Ace Takes No-Hit Bid into 6th Inning (10.5.18) – 372
848 Jhoulys Chacin/Jeremy Jeffress, Milwaukee Brewers – Chacin’s 5 Scoreless IP and Jeffress’s 6-Out Save Fuel Shutout Win (10.5.18) – 246
849 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – 3-Run HR Over Green Monster Wall Opens Scoring in ALDS Game 1 Win (10.5.18) – 324
850 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – 8 Scoreless Innings Power NLDS Game 2 Win (10.5.18) – 447
851 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros – Dominant 12-K Gem Fuels ALDS Game 2 Win (10.6.18) – 370
852 Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – 2nd HR in 2 Games Powers 3-1 Win in ALDS Game 2 (10.6.18) –
853 Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – 1st Yankees Player to Homer in Each of Club’s 1st 3 Postseason Games Since 1958 (10.6.18) – 432
854 Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – 2 HRs Lead to 6-2 Win in ALDS Game 2 (10.6.18) – 1,361
855 Milwaukee Brewers – Sweep Colorado Rockies to Advance to NLCS (10.7.18) – 768
856 Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – Youngest Player in Postseason History with a Grand Slam (10.7.18) – 2,337
857 Milwaukee Brewers – Shutout Seals Brewers Victory in NLDS (10.7.18) – 246
858 Kurt Suzuki, Atlanta Braves – Clutch Tag at Home Keeps Game Tied (10.7.18) – 258
859 Freddie Freeman, Atlanta Braves – 6th-Inning, Go-Ahead HR Powers Braves Win (10.7.18) – 356
860 Mike Clevinger, Cleveland Indians – 9 Ks Mark Most by Indians Pitcher in 1st Postseason Start (10.8.18) – 222
861 George Springer, Houston Astros – 2-HR Game Sets Astros Postseason Record (10.8.18) – 332
862 Marwin Gonzalez, Houston Astros – Breaks Up Tie with 2-Run Double in 7th Inning (10.8.18) – 278
863 Houston Astros – HR in 12 Straight Games Ties Postseason Record (10.8.18) – 309
864 Houston Astros – Advance to ALCS After Franchise’s 1st Postseason Sweep (10.8.18) – 385
865 Manny Machado, Los Angeles Dodgers – 7th-Inning HR Seals NLDS Game 4 Series Win (10.8.18) – 424
866 Los Angeles Dodgers – Advance to NLCS for Franchise-Record 3rd Straight Year (10.8.18) – 503
867 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – 3-Run Double Breaks Game 3 Vs. Yankees Open 7-0 (10.8.18) – 366
868 Boston Red Sox – 7-Run 4th Inning Sparks Most Runs Scored in Franchise Road Postseason Game (10.8.18) – 394
869 Brock Holt, Boston Red Sox – 1st Cycle in MLB Postseason History (10.8.18) – 1,222
870 Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox – Earns Win on the Road in ALDS-Clinching, Game 4 victory (10.9.18) – 346
871 Christian Vazquez, Boston Red Sox – Solo HR in 4th Inning Ultimately Marks Game-Deciding Run (10.9.18) – 348
872 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – 1-2-3 8th Inning in ALDS Clinching Win (10.9.18) – 360
873 Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox – Game-Ending Stretch at 1st Base for the Final Out Seals ALCS Trip (10.9.18) – 427
874 Boston Red Sox – Advance to ALCS by Matching Postseason History at Yankee Stadium (10.9.18) – 523
875 Manny Machado, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2nd-Inning HR in FIrst At Bat of NLCS Highlights 3-RBI Night (10.12.18) – 343
876 Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee Brewers – Relief Pitcher Crushes 407 Ft. HR Off Kershaw and Collects 4 Ks and Win (10.12.18) – 492
877 Jesus Aguilar, Milwaukee Brewers – Home Run in the 7th Proves to Be Game Winner in 6-5 Win (10.12.18) – 261
878 Josh Hader, Milwaukee Brewers – 3 Scoreless IP in Relief in NLCS Game 1 Win (10.12.18) – 298
879 Lorenzo Cain, Milwaukee Brewers – Leaping HR Robbery in First Inning of NLCS Game 2 (10.13.18) – 307
880 Justin Turner, Los Angeles Dodgers – Go-Ahead, 8th-Inning HR Fuels 4-3 Win in MLCS Game 2 (10.13.18) – 990
881 Justin Verlander, Houston Astros – 2nd Most Wins by AL Pitcher in Postseason History (10.13.18) – 386
882 George Springer, Houston Astros – 2-RBI Single Opens Scoring in ALCS Game 1 Victory (10.13.18) – 290
883 Carlos Correa, Houston Astros – Go-Ahead RBI in the 6th Gives Astros 3-2 Lead (10.13.18) – 325
884 Josh Reddick/Yuli Gurriel, Houston Astros – Pair of 8th-Inning HRs Seal 7-2 ALCS Game 1 Win (10.13.18) – 271
885 Gerrit Cole, Houston Astros/David Price, Boston Red Sox – 1st Pair of #1 Overall Draft Picks to Start Against Each Other in a Postseason Game (10.14.18) – 299
886 George Springer, Houston Astros – 11-Game Hit Streak Sets Astros Postseason Record (10.14.18) – 281
887 Andrew Benintendi/Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Pair of RBI Singles in 1st Inning Give Red Sox 2-0 Lead in ALCS Game 2 (10.14.18) – 261
888 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – 3-Run Double in 3rd Inning Gives Lead Back to the Red Sox (10.14.18) – 273
889 Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox – 2 Ks in 8th Inning Hold Paves Way to Series-Tying Win (10.14.18) – 268
890 Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st-Inning RBI Puts the Brewers on the Board (10.15.18) – 254
891 Orlando Arcia, Milwaukee Brewers – 2-Run HR Marks 3rd of Postseason and Gives 4-0 Lead (10.15.18) – 330
892 Jhoulys Chacin, Milwaukee Brewers – 6th Pitcher with 5 SHO Innings in 1st 2 Postseason Appearances (10.15.18) – 271
893 Tony Kemp, Houston Astros – Incredible Leaping Catch at the Wall Keeps Red Sox at Bay (10.16.18) – 236
894 Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox – Breaks 2-2 Tie with Lead-Off HR in Sixth Inning (10.16.18) – 277
895 Nathan Eovaldi, Boston Red Sox – 2nd Straight Quality Start in 1st Two Postseason Games (10.16.18) – 247
896 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – 6th Grand Slam in Red Sox Postseason History Seals 8-2 ALCS Game 3 Win (10.16.18) – 573
897 Milwaukee Brewers – 17 Ks by Bullpen Marks Most Ever in a Postseason Game (10.16.18) – 261
898 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Incredible Diving Catch in the 10th Inning Keeps Dodgers Hopes Alive (10.16.18) – 709
899 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Wins NLCS Game 4 in the 13th (10.16.18) – 742
900 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Most Postseason Starts (8) Allowing 1 Run & 3 Hits or Fewer (10.17.18) – 615
901 Austin Barnes, Los Angeles Dodgers – Game-Tying, RBI Single in 5th Shifts Momentum in Crucial At-Bat (10.17.18) – 265
902 Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – RBI Single in 6th Inning Gives Dodgers 2-1 Lead (10.17.18) – 274
903 Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers – 6th-Inning RBI Single Marks Game-Winning Run in NLCS Game 5 (10.17.18) – 336
904 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – 2-Run Single Gets Red Sox on the Board in the 1st Inning (10.17.18) – 395
905 Tony Kemp, Houston Astros – 4th-Inning Home Run Gives Astros 4-3 Lead (10.17.18) – 246
906 Xander Bogaerts, Boston Red Sox – RBI Single in 5th Inning Ties the Game at 4-4 (10.17.18) – 269
907 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – Red Sox Retake the Lead with 2-Run Home Run in the 6th (10.17.18) – 329
908 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – Game-Saving Catch for Final Out Gives Red Sox 3-1 Series Lead in ALCS (10.17.18) – 795
909 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – Solo Home Run Off Justin Verlander Gets Red Sox on the Board (10.18.18) – 466
910 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – 6th-Inning, 3-Run Home Run Propels Red Sox to World Series (10.18.18) – 744
911 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – Robs Potential XBH in Bottom of the 6th Inning with Leaping Grab (10.18.18) – 634
912 David Price, Boston Red Sox – 1st Career Postseason Win Sends Red Sox to World Series (10.18.18) – 461
913 Nathan Eovaldi, Boston Red Sox – 1.1 IP in Relief Silences Astros Lineup (10.18.18) – 424
914 Boston Red Sox – Defeat Defending Champions to Return to World Series for 1st Time Since 2013 (10.18.18) – 1,158
915 Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers – 52nd Postseason Appearance Sets Franchise Record (10.19.18) – 253
916 Wade Miley, Milwaukee Brewers – 1st Pitcher Since 1930 to Start Back-to-Back Postseason Games (10.19.18) – 244
917 David Freese, Los Angeles Dodgers – Lead-Off HR Starts Scoring in NLCS Game 6 (10.19.18) – 247
918 Jesus Aguilar, Milwaukee Brewers – 3 RBI Night Powers Brewers Victory (10.19.18) – 229
919 Mike Moustakas/Eric Kratz/Ryan Braun, Milwaukee Brewers – RBI Hits Fuel 7-2 Victory in Must-Win Game Over Dodgers (10.19.18) – 265
920 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – 7 Ks and 1 ER in NLCS Game 7 Victory (10.20.18) – 1,096
921 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2-Run HR Powers Game 7 Win, Named MLCS MVP (10.20.18) – 763
922 Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers – Incredible Catch in the 5th Robs Brewers of Tying Run (10.20.18) – 733
923 Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-Run HR and Wild Celebration Highlights NLCS Game 7 Win (10.20.18) – 722
924 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Ace Closes Out NLCS Game 7 with 1-2-3 9th Inning (10.20.18) – 744
925 Los Angeles Dodgers – Advance to the 2018 World Series with 5-1 Win in NLCS Game 7 (10.20.18) – 1,189
926 Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox – Throws Ceremonial 1st Pitch of World Series Game 1 (10.23.18) – 758
927 Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – 1st Pitcher Since Jack Morris (1991-92) to Start Back-to-Back World Series Game 1s (10.23.18) – 471
928 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – 2-for-3 with 2 RBI and a Walk Propels Red Sox (10.23.18) – 445
929 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – 3rd Player in Franchise History with 4-Hit World Series Game (10.23.18) – 591
930 Eduardo Nunez, Boston Red Sox – Pinch-Hit, 3-Run HR in 7th Inning Seals 8-4 Game 1 Win (10.23.18) – 510
931 Ian Kinsler, Boston Red Sox – 2-Out RBI Single Gives Red Sox 1-0 Lead in Bottom of the 2nd (10.24.18) – 409
932 Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – 5th-Inning Leaping Catch Stuns Dodgers (10.24.18) – 917
933 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – Game-Winning, 2-RBI Single in 5th Gives Red Sox 2-0 Series Lead (10.24.18) – 458
934 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 3-Hit Game Ignites Red Sox Offense in Game 2 (10.24.18) – 521
935 David Price, Boston Red Sox – Ks 5 in 6 Solid Innings Pitched for Game 2 Win (10.24.18) – 434
936 Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – Youngest Dodgers Pitcher with 7+ Scoreless IP in a World Series Game Since 1955 (10.26.18) – 1,312
937 Joc Pederson, Los Angeles Dodgers – Solo HR Opens Scoring in World Series Game 3 (10.26.18) – 412
938 Jackie Bradley Jr., Boston Red Sox – Clutch 6th-Inning Solo HR Ties World Series Game 3 1-1 (10.26.18) – 465
939 Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – Throws Out Runner at Home in the 10th to Preserve 1-1 Tie (10.26.18) – 571
940 Eduardo Nunez/Brock Holt, Boston Red Sox – Infield Hit Follows Walk & Stolen Base to Provide Lead Run in the 13th (10.26.18) – 395
941 Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers – 2-Out Base Hit Leads to Tying Run in the Bottom of the 13th (10.26.18) – 420
942 Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – 18th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Caps Wild Win in Game 3 (10.26.18) – 1,153
943 Los Angeles Dodgers – Defeat Red Sox 3-2 in Longest Game in World Series History (10.26.18) – 1,165
944 Chrstian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – NL Winner of the 2018 Hank Aaron Award (10.26.18) – 468
945 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – AL Winner of the 2018 Hank Aaron Award (10.26.18) – 462
946 Rich Hill, Los Angeles Dodgers – 6.1 IP with 1 Hit, 1 ER Allowed in World Series Game 4 (10.27.18) –
947 Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers – 3-Run HR Gives Dodgers 4-0 Lead in the 6th (10.27.18) –
948 Mitch Moreland, Boston Red Sox – 3-Run, Pinch-Hit HR Pulls Red Sox Within 1 Run in the Top of the 7th (10.27.18) –
949 Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – RBI Single in 9th Gives Red Sox Their 1st Lead of the Game (10.27.18) –
950 Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox – Game-Tying HR in the 8th and 3-Run Double in the 9th Power Comeback Win (10.27.18) –
951 Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox – 2-Run HR in 1st and Solo HR in 8th Power Red Sox in Game 5 (10.28.18) –
952 Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – 6th-Inning Solo HR Gives Red Sox 3-1 Lead (10.28.18) –
953 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – 7th-Inning Solo HR Extends Boston’s Lead (10.28.18) –
954 David Price, Boston Red Sox – Earns World Series Clinching Win, Allowing 1 Run in 7 Brilliant Innings (10.28.18) –
955 Joe Kelly, Boston Red Sox – Strikes Out the Side in the 8th Inning (10.28.18) –
956 Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Clinches World Series by Striking Out the Side in the 9th Inning (10.28.18) –
957 Boston Red Sox – 2018 World Series Champions After 5-1 Game 5 Victory (10.28.18) –
958 Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox – Named 2018 Willie Mays World Series MVP (10.28.18) –
959 David Price/Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Top Arms Start and Close Game 5 to Clinch 2018 World Series Title (10.28.18) –

Autographs

2018 Topps Now Baseball Autographs Checklist

1A Ian Happ, Chicago Cubs – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
23A Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
32A Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25(“1st HR”), Red /10(“1st HR”), Orange /5(“1st HR”), Gold 1/1 (“1st HR”)
89A Francisco Lindor, Cleveland Indians – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
125A Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves – Green /199, /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
170A Albert Pujols, Los Angeles Angels – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (All have “3,000th Hit” inscription)
180A Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Green /199, /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
225A Austin Meadows, Pittsburgh Pirates – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
242A Gleyber Torres, New York Yankees – Green /199, /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
336A Jose Trevino, Texas Rangers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
352A Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
368A Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
403A Ronald Acuna, Atlanta Braves – Green /199, /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
467A Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
476A Manny Machado, Baltimore Orioles – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
502A Mike Trout/Albert Pujols/Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
529A Vladimir Guerrero, Los Angeles Angels – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
530A Trevor Hoffman, San Diego Padres – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
591A David Bote, Chicago Cubs – Green /199, /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
598A Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
620A Bryse Wilson, Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
627A Ronald Acuna Jr./Ozzie Albies, Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
647A Michael Kopech, Chicago White Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
673A Javier Baez, Chicago Cubs – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
685A Jacob deGrom, New York Mets – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
692A Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
717A Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Green /199, /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
739A Christian Yelich, Milwaukee Brewers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
771A Blake Snell, Tampa Bay Rays – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
808A Juan Soto/Bryce Harper, Washington Nationals – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
810A David Wright, New York Mets – Green /199, /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
815A Charlie Blackmon, Colorado Rockies – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
818A Adam Jones, Baltimore Orioles – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
822A Juan Soto, Washington Nationals – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
828A Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
831A Kyle Freeland, Colorado Rockies – Purple /25
853A Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
854A Gary Sanchez, New York Yankees – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
869A Brock Holt, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
876A Brandon Woodruff, Milwaukee Brewers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
889A Rick Porcello, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
900A Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
908A Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
918A Jesus Aguilar, Milwaukee Brewers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
936A Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25
949A Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25
959A David Price/Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25

2018 Topps Now Baseball Autograph Relics Checklist

474A Alex Bregman, Houston Astros – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (All-Star Game Base)
553C-A Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
619A Amed Rosario, New York Mets – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (MLB Little League Classic Base)
831B Kyle Freeland, Colorado Rockies – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NL Wild Card Game Ball)
835A Aaron Judge, New York Yankees – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (AL Wild Card Game Base)
856A Ronald Acuna Jr., Atlanta Braves – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLDS Base)
861A George Springer, Houston Astros – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Base)
872A Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Base)
873A Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Base)
910A Rafael Devers, Boston Red Sox – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALCS Base)
912A David Price, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALCS Base)
922A Chris Taylor, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLCS Base)
926A Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)
931A Ian Kinsler, Boston Red Sox – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)
935A David Price, Boston Red Sox – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)
936D Walker Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)
942A Max Muncy, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)
956A Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)
958A Steve Pearce, Boston Red Sox – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)
959D David Price/Chris Sale, Boston Red Sox – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)

Relics

2018 Topps Now Baseball Relics Checklist

29A Houston Astros – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
553A Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
580A Mookie Betts, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
618A Scott Kingery, Philadelphia Phillies/Todd Frazier/Michael Conforto, New York Mets – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1
834A Colorado Rockies – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NL Wild Card Game Base)
839A New York Yankees – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (AL Wild Card Game Base)
855A Milwaukee Brewers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLDS Base)
864A Houston Astros – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (ALDS Base)
899A Cody Bellinger, Los Angeles Dodgers – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLCS Base)
923A Yasiel Puig, Los Angeles Dodgers – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (NLCS Base)
929A Andrew Benintendi, Boston Red Sox – Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Ball)
930A Eduardo Nunez, Boston Red Sox – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)
933A J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – /99, Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)
943A Los Angeles Dodgers – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)
957A Boston Red Sox – Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1 (World Series Base)

Spring Training

2018 Topps Now Spring Training Checklist

ST-1 Eric Hosmer, San Diego Padres – Padres Introduce New First Baseman (2.20.18) – 358
ST-2 Troy Tulowitzki, Toronto Blue Jays – Shortstop Poses as Pitcher at Spring Training Photo Day (2.22.18) – 1,374
ST-3 Major League Baseball – MLB Players Wear Stoneman Douglas Gear to Honor Victims (2.23.18) – 632
ST-4 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – Two-Way Player Makes Spring Training Debut on the Mound (2.24.18) – 11,384
ST-5 J.D. Martinez, Boston Red Sox – Red Sox Introduce New Designated Hitter (2.26.18) – 422
ST-6 Russell Wilson, New York Yankees – Football Star Arrives at Spring Training with Yankees (2.26.18) – 1,987
ST-7 Shohei Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels – RBI Single Marks 1st Spring Training Hit in Offensive Debut (2.26.18) – 6,842
ST-8 Ichiro, Seattle Mariners – Mariners Superstar Returns on One-Year Deal (3.7.18) – 1,206
ST-9 Houston Astros – Astros Present Number 17 Jersey to President Trump (3.12.18) – 1,112
ST-10 Jake Arrieta, Philadelphia Phillies – Newest Phillies Pitcher Joins the Team at Spring Training (3.13.18) – 376

Autographs

ST-6A Russell Wilson Auto /49

ST-6A Russell Wilson, New York Yankees – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Team Sets

2018 Topps Now Baseball Team Set Checklists

Want to know what cards your favorite team has in 2018 Topps Now Baseball? Here’s the checklist broken down by team. Scroll through or click below to go directly to that team.

Please note that only cards from the main set are included here at this time. Autographs, relics and special releases (like the Spring Training cards) are not. Please check the appropriate tabs.

American League

Baltimore Orioles

6 Adam Jones
44 Pedro Alvarez
199 Manny Machado
246 Dylan Bundy
357 Manny Machado
439 Manny Machado/Jonathan Schoop
584 Cedric Mullins
612 Alex Cobb
730 Chris Stratton
746 Baltimore Orioles
818 Adam Jones

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Boston Red Sox

4 Eduardo Nunez
19 Xander Bogaerts
41 Hanley Ramirez
45 Xander Bogaerts
56 Andrew Benintendi
62 Boston Red Sox
92 Mookie Betts
97 Rafael Devers
103 Boston Red Sox
144 Xander Bogaerts
156 Mookie Betts
169 Mookie Betts
177 Craig Kimbrel
196 J.D. Martinez
201 Chris Sale
223 David Price
231 J.D. Martinez/Mookie Betts
312 Steven Wright
350 Houston Astros, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox
361 Chris Sale
376 J.D. Martinez
380 New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox
389 Rafael Devers
390 Chris Sale
406 Rick Porcello
419 Chris Sale/Mookie Betts
450 Chris Sale
451 Mookie Betts
452 Boston Red Sox
457 Xander Bogaerts
468 Chris Sale/Max Scherzer
487 Boston Red Sox
509 Chris Sale
513 Mookie Betts
523 Nathan Eovaldi
532 Blake Swihart
539 Boston Red Sox/New York Yankees
549 Steve Pearce
554 Rick Porcello
563 Andrew Benintendi
571 Boston Red Sox
580 Mookie Betts
588 Chris Sale
660 Boston Red Sox
679 Max Scherzer/Randy Johnson/Nolan Ryan/Roger Clemens
686 J.D. Martinez/Justin Turner
690 Brandon Phillips
705 Mookie Betts
712 Mitch Moreland
719 Boston Red Sox
721 Boston Red Sox
737 Jacob deGrom/Chris Sale
757 Boston Red Sox
779 Boston Red Sox
783 Max Scherzer/Clayton Kershaw/Chris Sale
789 Mookie Betts
790 Rafael Devers/Ted Williams
812 New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox/ Houston Astros
814 J.D. Martinez
849 J.D. Martinez
867 Andrew Benintendi
868 Boston Red Sox
869 Brock Holt
871 Christian Vazquez
872 Chris Sale
873 Steve Pearce
874 Boston Red Sox
885 Gerrit Cole/David Price
887 Andrew Benintendi/Rafael Devers
888 Jackie Bradley Jr.
889 Rick Porcello
894 Steve Pearce
895 Nathan Eovaldi
896 Jackie Bradley Jr.
904 Rafael Devers
906 Xander Bogaerts
907 Jackie Bradley Jr.
908 Andrew Benintendi
909 J.D. Martinez
910 Rafael Devers
911 Mookie Betts
912 David Price
913 Nathan Eovaldi
914 Boston Red Sox
926 Carl Yastrzemski
928 J.D. Martinez
929 Andrew Benintendi
930 Eduardo Nunez
931 Ian Kinsler
932 Andrew Benintendi
933 J.D. Martinez
934 Mookie Betts
935 David Price
938 Jackie Bradley Jr.
940 Eduardo Nunez/Brock Holt
945 J.D. Martinez
948 Mitch Moreland
949 Rafael Devers
950 Steve Pearce
951 Steve Pearce
952 Mookie Betts
953 J.D. Martinez
954 David Price
955 Joe Kelly
956 Chris Sale
957 Boston Red Sox
958 Steve Pearce
959 David Price/Chris Sale

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Chicago White Sox

7 Matt Davidson
166 Trayce Thompson
273 Danny Farquhar
564 Adam Engel
568 Adam Engel
583 Daniel Palka
590 Adam Engel
625 Michael Kopech
647 Michael Kopech
674 Daniel Palka
682 Matt Davidson

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Cleveland Indians

55 Yan Gomes
58 Corey Kluber
68 Carlos Carrasco
89 Francisco Lindor
110 Mike Clevinger
157 Edwin Encarnacion
192 Carlos Carrasco
254 Cleveland Indians
255 Greg Allen
272 Francisco Lindor
276 Scooter Gennett/Francisco Lindor
282 Bradley Zimmer
329 Corey Kluber
397 Cleveland Indians
402 Francisco Lindor
441 Francisco Lindor
447 Cleveland Indians/Colorado Rockies
448 Jose Ramirez/Francisco Lindor
453 Francisco Lindor
454 Jose Ramirez
478 Jose Ramirez
526 Jim Thome
546 Jose Ramirez/Matt Carpenter
560 Corey Kluber
576 Francisco Lindor
577 Michael Brantley
659 Francisco Lindor/Jose Ramirez
683 Francisco Lindor/Jose Ramirez
694 Francisco Lindor
701 Carlos Carrasco
706 Jose Ramirez
733 Cleveland Indians
743 Corey Kluber
751 Jason Kipnis
766 Corey Kluber/Trevor Bauer/Carlos Carrasco/Mike Clevinger
770 Michael Brantley
774 Greg Allen
860 Mike Clevinger

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Detroit Tigers

94 Dixon Machado
104 Jacoby Jones
212 Jose Iglesias
303 Jeimer Candelario
527 Jack Morris
528 Alan Trammell
698 Jeimer Candelario
769 Victor Martinez

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Houston Astros

2 George Springer
22 Gerrit Cole
25 Houston Astros
29 Houston Astros
30 Carlos Correa
31 Josh Reddick
50 Gerrit Cole
51 Alex Bregman
59 Nolan Ryan/Max Scherzer
75 Gerrit Cole
142 Gerrit Cole
151 Justin Verlander
172 Gerrit Cole
185 George Springer
206 Charlie Morton
221 Justin Verlander
243 Houston Astros
248 Houston Astros
256 Jose Altuve
324 Evan Gattis
331 Houston Astros
341 Alex Bregman
348 George Springer/Alex Bregman/Jose Altuve
350 Houston Astros, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox
360 Carlos Correa
373 Charlie Morton
375 Alex Bregman
379 Houston Astros
400 Alex Bregman/Paul Goldschmidt
416 Yuli Gurriel
424 Kyle Tucker
442 Alex Bregman
473 Alex Bregman/George Springer
474 Alex Bregman
556 Justin Verlander
566 Marwin Gonzalez
616 Justin Verlander
656 Tyler White
713 Justin Verlander
720 Alex Bregman
744 Josh James
759 Yuli Gurriel/Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
761 Houston Astros
787 Houston Astros
812 New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox/ Houston Astros
845 Alex Bregman
846 George Springer/Jose Altuve
847 Justin Verlander
851 Gerrit Cole
852 Alex Bregman
861 George Springer
862 Marwin Gonzalez
863 Houston Astros
864 Houston Astros
881 Justin Verlander
882 George Springer
883 Carlos Correa
884 Josh Reddick/Yuli Gurriel
885 Gerrit Cole/David Price
886 George Springer
893 Tony Kemp
905 Tony Kemp

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Kansas City Royals

60 Jakob Junis
186 Jorge Soler/Mike Moustakas/Salvador Perez
267 Alcides Escobar
638 Hunter Dozier
670 Whit Merrifield
704 Jorge Lopez
728 Salvador Perez
798 Salvador Perez

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Los Angeles Angels

5 Shohei Ohtani
5J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
23 Shohei Ohtani
23J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
32 Shohei Ohtani
32J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
36 Shohei Ohtani
36J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
38 Zack Cozart
42 Shohei Ohtani
42J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
53 Shohei Ohtani
53J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
72 Shohei Ohtani
72J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
76 Albert Pujols
79 Los Angeles Angels
116 Mike Trout
120 Mike Trout
136 Shohei Ohtani
136J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
155 Justin Upton
159 Shohei Ohtani/Christian Villanueva
170 Albert Pujols
210 Shohei Ohtani
210J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
211 Zack Cozart
214 Kole Clahoun
234 Shohei Ohtani
234J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
251 Mike Trout
270 Mike Trout
290 Andrew Heaney
302 Albert Pujols
310 Mike Trout
317 Mike Trout
352 Mike Trout
383 Mike Trout
423 Shohei Ohtani/Ian Kinsler
432 Shohei Ohtani
432J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
470 Mike Trout
501 Albert Pujols
502 Mike Trout/Albert Pujols/Shohei Ohtani
506 Mike Trout
508 Francisco Arcia
515 Kole Calhoun
519 Francisco Arcia
536 Mike Trout
553 Shohei Ohtani
553J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
585 Albert Pujols
597 Taylor Ward
636 Mike Trout
650 Shohei Ohtani
650J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
678 Shohei Ohtani
678J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
692 Shohei Ohtani
692J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
697 Shohei Ohtani
697J Shohei Ohtani (Kanji)
703 Mike Trout
753 Francisco Arcia
763 Ronald Acuna Jr./Mike Trout/Alex Rodriguez/Orlando Cepeda
780 Jose Briceno
816 Taylor Ward
823 Mike Trout/Christian Yelich
824 Shohei Ohtani/Juan Soto

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Minnesota Twins

20 Jose Berrios
40 Rod Carew/Adrian Beltre
67 Max Kepler
71 Joe Mauer
98 Ryan LaMarre
284 Eddie Rosario
298 Jose Berrios
461 Brian Dozier
484 Joe Mauer
531 Mitch Garver
604 Logan Forsythe
639 Joe Mauer/Rod Carew
711 Willians Astudillo
782 Joe Mauer
817 Joe Mauer

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New York Yankees

3 Giancarlo Stanton
28 Didi Gregorius
35 Giancarlo Stanton/Gary Sanchez/Aaron Judge
46 Aaron Judge
74 Aaron Hicks
87 Aaron Judge
112 Gleyber Torres
115 Miguel Andujar
118 Miguel Andujar
121 Gary Sanchez/Aaron Judge
126 Didi Gregorius
131 Gary Sanchez
137 Didi Gregorius
154 Gary Sanchez
158 Didi Gregorius/AJ Pollock
160 Luis Severino
167 Gleyber Torres
168 Miguel Andujar
179 Domingo German
180 Gleyber Torres
189 New York Yankees
205 Neil Walker
216 Giancarlo Stanton
226 Aaron Hicks
236 Gleyber Torres
237 New York Yankees
242 Gleyber Torres
245 New York Yankees
247 Gleyber Torres
257 Masahiro Tanaka
263 Gleyber Torres
277 Gleyber Torres/Austin Meadows
288 Gleyber Torres
292 Miguel Andujar
296 Aaron Judge/Giancarlo Stanton
305 Aaron Judge
313 CC Sabathia
314 Didi Gregorius
323 Gleyber Torres/Juan Soto
328 Domingo German
330 Jonathan Loaisiga
343 Gleyber Torres/Aaron Judge
349 Giancarlo Stanton
350 Houston Astros, New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox
369 Luis Severino
380 New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox
381 Gleyber Torres
398 Aaron Hicks
399 Gleyber Torres
401 Miguel Andujar/Juan Soto
411 Kyle Higashioka
444 New York Yankees
463 New York Yankees
469 Aaron Judge
491 Luis Severino
496 Masahiro Tanaka
522 J.A. Happ
539 Boston Red Sox/New York Yankees
542 Gleyber Torres
572 Miguel Andujar
579 Giancarlo Stanton
623 Giancarlo Stanton
637 Neil Walker/Luke Voit
648 Gleyber Torres/Miguel Andujar
651 Neil Walker
662 Giancarlo Stanton
668 Miguel Andujar/Aaron Judge/Gary Sanchez
669 Dellin Betances
687 Miguel Andujar/Ronald Acuna Jr.
734 Didi Gregorius
742 New York Yankees
749 Miguel Andujar
750 Justus Sheffield
754 New York Yankees
767 New York Yankees
768 Aaron Hicks
786 Miguel Andujar
801 New York Yankees
804 Gleyber Torres
805 Miguel Andujar
812 New York Yankees/Boston Red Sox/ Houston Astros
835 Aaron Judge
836 Luke Voit
837 Giancarlo Stanton
838 Dellin Betances
839 New York Yankees
853 Aaron Judge
854 Gary Sanchez

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Oakland Athletics

9 Marcus Semien
99 Matt Olson
111 Sean Manaea
134 Sean Manaea
178 Khris Davis
188 Stephen Piscotty
197 Dustin Fowler
217 Stephen Piscotty
249 Daniel Mengden
335 Jonathan Lucroy
354 Franklin Barreto
358 Oakland Athletics
366 Edwin Jackson
482 Jonathan Lucroy
488 Matt Chapman
498 Oakland Athletics
504 Khris Davis
557 Ramon Laureano
610 Matt Olson
622 Ramon Laureano
624 Khris Davis
727 Khris Davis
758 Khris Davis
777 Khris Davis
778 Oakland Athletics

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Seattle Mariners

15 Ichiro
100 Seattle Mariners
162 James Paxton
163 Ichiro Suzuki
176 Ryon Healy
187 James Paxton
218 Guillermo Heredia
229 James Paxton
233 Mitch Haniger/Jean Segura
253 Mike Zunino
275 Mitch Haniger
318 Mitch Haniger/Ryon Healy
321 Mitch Haniger
332 Wade LeBlanc
353 Nelson Cruz
386 Marco Gonzales
392 Seattle Mariners
534 Edwin Diaz
589 Mitch Haniger
599 Dee Gordon
640 Edwin Diaz
642 Edwin Diaz
671 Seattle Mariners
710 Mitch Haniger
763 Ronald Acuna Jr./Mike Trout/Alex Rodriguez/Orlando Cepeda
788 Chris Hermann

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Tampa Bay Rays

113 Carlos Gomez
213 Adeiny Hechavarria
228 Sergio Romo
240 Willy Adames
265 C.J. Cron/Joey Wendle/Wilson Ramos
269 Nathan Eovaldi
286 Blake Snell
309 Jake Bauers
320 Matt Duffy
364 Jake Bauers
393 Blake Snell
394 Mallex Smith
428 Nathan Eovaldi
435 Daniel Robertson
485 Daniel Robertson
500 Sergio Romo
569 Willy Adames
714 Ji-Man Choi
745 Blake Snell
771 Blake Snell

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Texas Rangers

26 Bartolo Colon
40 Rod Carew/Adrian Beltre
78 Ronald Guzman
85 Bartolo Colon
193 Nomar Mazara
220 Bartolo Colon
252 Shin-Soo Choo
291 Delino DeShields
294 Bartolo Colon
316 Bartolo Colon
325 Adrian Beltre
336 Jose Trevino
342 Bartolo Colon
429 Shin-Soo Choo
459 Shin-Soo Choo
517 Rougned Odor
552 Rougned Odor
570 Bartolo Colon
582 Ronald Guzman
603 Texas Rangers
679 Max Scherzer/Randy Johnson/Nolan Ryan/Roger Clemens
773 Adrian Beltre

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Toronto Blue Jays

17 Kevin Pillar
21 Justin Smoak
64 Roberto Osuna
93 Luke Maile
105 Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
123 Curtis Granderson
165 Yangervis Solarte
203 Luke Maile
299 Aledmys Diaz
306 Curtis Granderson
387 Justin Smoak
395 Kevin Pillar
427 Kendrys Morales
480 Aledmys Diaz
516 Lourdes Gurriel Jr.
545 Lourdes Gurriel Jr./Juan Soto
626 Thomas Pannone
644 Kendrys Morales
645 Kendrys Morales
693 Rowdy Tellez
699 Rowdy Tellez
700 Kevin Pillar
756 Toronto Blue Jays
759 Yuli Gurriel/Lourdes Gurriel Jr.

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National League

Arizona Diamondbacks

27 Chris Owings/Jeff Mathis
37 Patrick Corbin
91 Patrick Corbin
139 Arizona Diamondbacks
146 A.J. Pollock
158 Didi Gregorius/AJ Pollock
174 Arizona Diamondbacks
175 AJ Pollock
304 Paul Goldschmidt
307 Paul Goldschmidt
355 Ivan Nova/Patrick Corbin
400 Alex Bregman/Paul Goldschmidt
426 Arizona Diamondbacks
486 Zack Greinke
558 Arizona Diamondbacks
565 David Peralta
605 Clay Buchholz
649 Arizona Diamondbacks
679 Max Scherzer/Randy Johnson/Nolan Ryan/Roger Clemens
785 Eduardo Escobar

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Atlanta Braves

8 Nick Markakis
95 Ender Inciarte
108 Ender Inciarte
125 Ronald Acuna
128 Ozzie Albies/Chipper Jones/Dale Murphy/Justin Upton
129 Ronald Acuna
130 Ronald Acuna/Ozzie Albies
150 Mike Soroka
164 Julio Teheran
194 Ozzie Albies
195 Freddie Freeman
222 Ozzie Albies/Robert Acuna
230 Dansby Swanson
259 Charlie Culberson
264 Johan Camargo
274 Mike Foltynewicz
285 Charlie Culberson
315 Ozzie Albies
319 Mike Soroka
368 Ozzie Albies
403 Ronald Acuna
413 Nick Markakis/Freddie Freeman/Ozzie Albies
418 Ozzie Albies
430 Nick Markakis
446 Ozzie Albies
479 Juan Soto/Ronald Acuna
481 Ronald Acuna
521 Sean Newcomb
525 Chipper Jones
561 Nick Markakis
575 Ronald Acuna Jr.
592 Ronald Acuna Jr.
593 Touki Toussaint
598 Ronald Acuna Jr.
620 Bryse Wilson
627 Ronald Acuna Jr./Ozzie Albies
664 Ronald Acuna Jr./Hank Aaron
675 Ronald Acuna Jr.
687 Miguel Andujar/Ronald Acuna Jr.
689 Ronald Acuna Jr.
707 Ronald Acuna Jr.
708 Atlanta Braves
718 Mike Foltynewicz
763 Ronald Acuna Jr./Mike Trout/Alex Rodriguez/Orlando Cepeda
764 Atlanta Braves
799 Atlanta Braves
856 Ronald Acuna Jr.
858 Kurt Suzuki
859 Freddie Freeman

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Chicago Cubs

1 Ian Happ
48 Ian Happ
69 Javier Baez
77 Chicago Cubs
122 Kyle Schwarber
149 Anthony Rizzo/Bryce Harper
191 Kris Bryant
198 Willson Contreras
219 Albert Almora Jr.
281 Javier Baez
293 Jason Heyward
300 Ian Happ
311 Anthony Rizzo
345 Kris Bryant/Albert Almora Jr.
347 Jason Heyward/Willson Contreras
370 Javier Baez
388 Chicago Cubs
410 Javier Baez
455 Javier Baez
465 Kyle Schwarber
471 Willson Contreras
505 David Bote/Anthony Rizzo
541 Cole Hamels
591 David Bote
609 Chicago Cubs
628 Daniel Murphy
632 Cole Hamels
634 David Bote
655 Ben Zobrist
665 Albert Almora Jr./Javier Baez
673 Javier Baez
695 David Bote
724 Javier Baez
794 Chicago Cubs
795 Albert Almora Jr.
819 Chicago Cubs/ Milwaukee Brewers
821 Anthony Rizzo
833 Chicago Cubs

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Cincinnati Reds

73 Cliff Pennington
124 Scooter Gennett
190 Adam Duvall
276 Scooter Gennett/Francisco Lindor
297 Jesse Winker
359 Anthony DeSclafani
363 Anthony Desclafani/Michael Lorenzen
391 Michael Lorenzen
440 Cincinnati Reds
472 Scooter Gennett
493 Dilson Herrera
607 Phillip Ervin

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Colorado Rockies