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Best moments of 2020: A Dodgers record vs. an insane throw

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The final poll of the first round

World Series - Los Angeles Dodgers v Tampa Bay Rays - Game Four Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

It’s been some time since the last poll, but we’re down to our final matchup in the round of 32. To refresh your memory, the last poll featured Mookie Betts against.... Mookie Betts. Well, Mookie Betts won.

His play that took the prize was his incredible catch in Game 7 of the NLCS. On TBLA that play received 88 percent of the vote. However, it was a lot closer on Twitter, as his catch took in only 74 percent of the vote.

Still, he ran away with the win. Here’s the latest look at the bracket.


Mookie Betts with an unbelievable throw

Oh look, Betts finds himself on this poll yet again. Unlike his many postseason heroics, this is a play that actually took place during the regular season.

In the first week of the season, Betts fielded a blooper in right field. He then launched the ball to Corey Seager covering third base, nabbing Ketel Marte. The ball never even hit the ground.

Justin Turner sets LA postseason HR record

Justin Turner owns essentially every postseason record for the Dodgers, largely due to the fact he’s played in more games than anyone else. Still, a record is a record, and he’s been one of the best to ever suit up for LA in October. One of the more impressive records he broke this past season was the all-time home run record in the playoffs. In the World Series, Turner hit his 12th career HR in the postseason.


Poll

What was the better moment?

This poll is closed

  • 64%
    Mookie Betts’ insane throw
    (229 votes)
  • 35%
    Justin Turner setting LA’s postseason HR record
    (127 votes)
356 votes total Vote Now