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Best moments of 2020: Two different MLB records

Which record was more impressive?

League Championship - Los Angeles Dodgers v Atlanta Braves - Game Three Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images

Happy Friday the 13th everyone! It’s time to get to the next matchup for our bracket.

The last battle wasn’t particularly close, as Clayton Kershaw won it with ease. He received 86 percent of the vote on TBLA and 83 percent of the vote on Twitter. Here’s how the bracket is currently shaping out.

Dodgers’ record-breaking 11-run inning

Talk about getting off to a hot start. The Dodgers desperately needed some offense in Game 3 of the NLCS after falling behind in the series 2-0. LA put up not one, not two, not three.... but 11 runs in the first inning. That was an MLB postseason record, and a record we likely won’t see broken in our lifetime.

Dodgers set NL record with 57 home runs in month

Over the last few seasons, no team has been better at hitting the home run than the Dodgers. That was evident in August, as they finished the month with 57 home runs, the most home runs ever hit by a National League team in a single month.

Time to vote!


Better moment?

This poll is closed

  • 92%
    11-run 1st inning
    (348 votes)
  • 7%
    HR record in August
    (29 votes)
377 votes total Vote Now