Wednesday is a rare October day and, to be honest, unwanted, no baseball. It’s a day to rest, reflect, and if you’ve stayed up as late as I have in the past week, maybe you can get some sleep back.
And it’s as good a time as any to take stock of just how outstanding the performances of some of these players have been so far:
You can be one of the best players in the world, but it is the Postseason When your brilliance has the brightest light, when everyone sees it.
Throughout the whole round of Wildcards and almost the entire Division Series, there have been some real standouts. Here’s a look at the Top 10 players in the Playoffs so far:
- OF Kiké Hernández, Red Sox (.450 with two HRs).
- OF Joc Pederson, Braves (7-3, 2 HRs, 4 CP).
- RHP Lance McCullers Jr., Astros (2-0, 10.2 EL, 1C).
- C Will Smith, Dodgers (.333, two HRs).
- RHP Nathan Eovaldi, Red Sox (10.1 EL, 16K).
- LF Kris Bryant, Giants (.462 Avg).
- OF Kyle Tucker, Astros (2 HRs, 7 CP, 2 BR).
- 3B Rafael Devers, Red Sox (2 HRs, .429 OBP).
- DH Yordan Alvarez, Astros (.529 OBP, 6 BB).
- LHP Tyler Matzek, Braves (4.1 EL, 0 C, 6 K).
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