By Rob Mason, PSO President of Sports Operations
Sep 17, 2019

‘The Best in Sports’ is a daily PSO original series showcasing the best highlights, facts, and stories going on in the land of the NFL, NBA, & MLB every day. Get a recap on EVERYTHING that happened yesterday here

Here is the best from September 16, 2019:

Odell Beckham Jr. had to play well in this game, and he certainly did with 2 highlights that will forever be entrenched on his Hall of Fame highlight reel when it’s all said and done.

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In a day that started with what could be the official beginning of the Mason Era in Pittsburgh, proceeded to be a day that Pittsburgh did something extremely rare: acquire a healthy potential superstar just 1 year into his NFL career.

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Brett Phillips and Raul Mondesi are credited with the game-tying & go-ahead 9th inning RBI’s.

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With Drew Brees now out for the next 6 months, the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl hopes ride on Bridgewater’s ability to keep them afloat over the duration of Brees injury.

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Marcell Ozuna picked a great day to play his best, as STL holds on to a tight lead in the NL Central race, picking up a crucial W vs. a quality Nats team.

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In an exclusive Q&A with former 1st Rd Pick Anthony Ranaudo, he discussed how it felt to grow up a Yankees fan and pitch against them as a Red Sox pitcher, along with other interesting insights.

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It’s an exciting time to be a Brooklyn Nets fan as the newest (relocated) team in the NBA now has the star power to start transforming the center of attention in the biggest media capital in the world to a new team.

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Not many people would have predicted the 2019 AL HR King to be Jorge Soler. If you were one of the people that predicted that before the season, give yourself a round of applause. *Nobody make a sound*

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Here are the best defensive infields in 2019 by defensive runs saved (DRS via Sports Info Solutions).

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Anthony Rendon has officially emerged as a NL MVP candidate after a late tear to elevate the Nats into the premier WC position during the season’s final stretch.

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Kansas City Royals vs. Oakland A’s

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Youngest EVER w/ 2,500 receiving yards.

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