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Best moments of 2020: A game-winning HR vs. a double play

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Los Angeles Dodgers v Houston Astros Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images

We’re back! Time for some more voting. Usually this is the part of the article where I tell you just how lopsided the last poll was. Well.... nothing has changed.

Cody Bellinger ran away with the last one, as he received 96 percent of the vote here on TBLA. People on Twitter I guess didn’t think his game-winning homer was as impressive, as he received only 89 percent over there. Still, he ran away with the voting.

Here’s an update on how the bracket is looking:


Edwin Rios’ game-winning homer in Houston

After a thrilling back-and-forth game in Houston, Edwin Rios hit the biggest home run of his career. In the top of the 13th inning, Rios launched this two-run shot all the way to Dallas, giving the Dodgers the lead and ultimately the victory.

Mookie Betts makes clutch double play

With so many amazing moments from the Dodgers’ postseason run, this seems to be one that is often overlooked. With one out in the third inning of Game 5, the Dodgers trailed by two runs. Mookie Betts made this incredible catch in right field, barely catching the ball before it hit the ground. He was too late getting the ball to the plate, as Marcell Ozuna scored... only, he was ruled out because he left third base too early. It was an inning-ending double play, and the turning point of the entire series.


Poll

What was the better moment?

This poll is closed

  • 14%
    Edwin Rios’ game-winning homer vs. Houston
    (48 votes)
  • 85%
    Mookie Betts’ clutch double play
    (278 votes)
326 votes total Vote Now