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Best moments of 2020: A historic inning vs. an incredible catch

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Historic vs. amazing

National League Championship Series Game 6: Atlanta Braves v. Los Angeles Dodgers Photo by Kelly Gavin/MLB Photos via Getty Images

We’re back for another round of voting, and we’re going to put this entire bracket into hyper-gear and finish this before Spring Training begins. (How the heck is the first game in three weeks?!)

The last matchup was the closest battle we’ve seen, as Joe Kelly and his incredible meme took down Clayton Kershaw’s postseason strikeouts record. Kelly received 59% of the vote here on TBLA. There wasn’t a Twitter poll, because.... well, sometimes we all forget to do things, right?

Here’s the latest look at how the bracket is looking.


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 might not see broken in our lifetime.

Another spectacular Mookie Betts catch

Imagine seeing this play from Mookie Betts in right field and realizing that it wasn’t even his best play from that SERIES. Well, it’s true. Betts proved to us he’s arguably the best right fielder in all of baseball, as he showcased his talents on a weekly basis. He made this incredible catch in Game 6 of the NLCS. Though he didn’t rob a home run, he did end what could have been a huge inning from the Atlanta Braves.


Poll

What was the better moment?

This poll is closed

  • 64%
    The 11-run inning
    (146 votes)
  • 35%
    Mookie Betts’ catch
    (82 votes)
228 votes total Vote Now