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Best moments of 2020: Mookie Betts’ great game vs. Will Smith’s great game

These guys had a pretty good game I’d say

National League Division Series Game 3: Los Angeles Dodgers v. San Diego Padres Photo by Kelly Gavin/MLB Photos via Getty Images

Happy New Year, everyone! Hopefully you had a safe and healthy holiday. We’ll be kicking off the new year with our next matchup to determine the best moment of the 2020 season.

It’s been a while since our last piece, so here’s a quick memory of what went down. Cody Bellinger and his incredible home-run saving catch on Fernando Tatis Jr. ran away with the vote, receiving 95 percent on TBLA and 94 percent on Twitter.

Here’s an updated look at the bracket.

Mookie Betts tied MLB history with 3 homers in game

Mookie Betts is good at baseball. That’s all you need to know. Against the Padres back in August, Betts hit three home runs. Not only is that an impressive feat to accomplish, it marked the sixth game in his career with three homers, tying him for the most... all time! I think it’s safe to assume he’ll break that record.

Will Smith makes Dodgers postseason history

Anytime you can do something no player has ever done for the Dodgers in the playoffs, that’s impressive. Will Smith became the first player in franchise history to ever record five hits in one postseason game.

He had two doubles, three singles and drove in three runs as the Dodgers advanced to the NLCS.

What was the better moment?


Vote for your favorite!

This poll is closed

  • 30%
    Mookie’s 3-homer game
    (102 votes)
  • 69%
    Will Smith’s 5-hit game
    (229 votes)
331 votes total Vote Now