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Best moments of 2020: An MLB record vs. an Incredible Opening Day

The voting continues!

World Series - Los Angeles Dodgers v Tampa Bay Rays - Game Five Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

We’re onto the next matchup of voting in our best moments poll! In case you missed it in the last article, we’re going to be voting for the best moment of the Dodgers’ 2020 World Series winning season.

Since people asked in the last article, no I don’t have the Dodgers winning the World Series on here since that’s easily the best part of the season. I wanted this to be somewhat competitive, so that’s why it’s not on here.

Joe Kelly and his great battle versus Carlos Correa received 75% on TBLA and 76% on Twitter, so it wasn’t even close.

You can vote here on the articles as well as on my Twitter page.

Here’s an update at the bracket:


Clayton Kershaw sets postseason strikeout record

Clayton Kershaw has pretty much checked off every box he needs to for his career, but for good measure he added another this year. In his final outing of the postseason, Kershaw moved into sole possession of first place with most strikeouts in postseason history with 207.

Enrique Hernández’s five-RBI game

The Dodgers jumped out to a 1-0 record, and that was largely due to the play of Hernández on Opening Day. He had a four-hit game and drove in five runs, having one of the best Opening Day performances in franchise history.


Which moment was better?

This poll is closed

  • 86%
    Kershaw’s postseason strikeout record
    (252 votes)
  • 13%
    Hernandez’s hot Opening Day
    (41 votes)
293 votes total Vote Now