Whether it’s a monumental milestone or just an interesting occurrence to bring up in a conversation, here are the top facts to know from World Series Game 6:
Strasburg did something only two other players have ever done. Scherzer will look to join them after Game 7.
— MLB Stats (@MLBStats) October 30, 2019
— Pro Sports Outlook (@PSO_Sports) October 30, 2019
It’s hard to imagine a team with their back against the wall so often and delivering EVERY time.
The @Nationals have faced elimination in 4 games this postseason. They trailed in all 4 and came back to win all 4.
They are the first team in MLB history to have 4 comeback wins when facing elimination in a single postseason.#STAYINTHEFIGHT
— Stats By STATS (@StatsBySTATS) October 30, 2019
Max Scherzer (Cy Young winner) vs Zack Greinke (Cy Young winner) for all the marbles.— Sarah Langs (@SlangsOnSports) October 30, 2019
This will be the 1st Game 7 in World Series history between 2 starters who already have a Cy Young.@_dadler dug this up earlier & I was hoping ALL DAY the world would get to see it happen!!
Juan Soto now has 5 HR this postseason, breaking a tie with Miguel Cabrera (2003) for the most home runs in postseason history by a player age 21 or younger.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 30, 2019
He is also the youngest player to hit 3 HR in a single World Series. pic.twitter.com/0be3ydBJak
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