2018 Topps Now

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2018 Topps Now is the third year for Topps' on-demand printed-to-order card set. As usual, each card commemorates a highlight from the previous day's action, with each card available for purchase during a 24 hour "window."

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$9.99 per card, with discounts available for bulk purchases.

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Base Set

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  • 1 Ian Happ 1st HR of 2018 Comes on 1st Pitch of the MLB Season (3.29.18) 1184
  • 2 George Springer 2nd Straight Opening Day Lead-Off HR Marks 100th Career HR (3.29.18) 784
  • 3 Giancarlo Stanton 2 HRs, 4 RBI Powers Victory in Incredible Yankees Debut (3.29.18) 2999
  • 4 Eduardo Nunez 1st Red Sox Inside-the-Park HR on Opening Day Since 1968 (3.29.18) 543
  • 5 Shohei Ohtani First Career Hit Comes in First At-Bat of MLB Debut (3.29.18) 4830
  • 5J Shohei Ohtani First Career Hit Comes in First At-Bat of MLB Debut (Japanese) (3.29.18) 3982
  • 6 Adam Jones Walk-Off HR in 11th Seals Orioles Opening Day Victory (3.29.18) 545
  • 7 Matt Davidson 4th Player in MLB History with 3 Opening Day HRs (3.29.18) 606
  • 8 Nick Markakis Walk-Off HR Marks Braves 1st Walk-Off Opening Day HR Since 1998 (3.29.18) 547
  • 9 Marcus Semien 11th-Inning Single Caps Opening Day Walk-Off Win (3.29.18) 497
  • 10 Gregory Polanco 3-Run HR in 13th Inning Caps Wild Win (3.30.18) 287
  • 11 Miguel Rojas 17th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Ends Marathon Game (3.30.18) 266
  • 12 Scott Kingery Phillies Prospect Collects Two Hits in MLB Debut (3.30.18) 2786
  • 13 Ryan Braun 3-Run HR Caps 5-Run 9th and Stunning, Comeback Win (3.30.18) 273
  • 14 Joe Panik 1st Player Ever to Homer in Consecutive 1-0 Victories (3.30.18) 449
  • 15 Ichiro Seattle Legend Robs Home Run in Left Field (3.31.18) 779
  • 16 Adam Eaton Leadoff Hitter Goes 5-for-5 with 4 Runs and 3 RBI (3.31.18) 320
  • 17 Kevin Pillar 1st in Blue Jays History to Steal 3 Bases in the Same Inning (3.31.18) 361
  • 18 Christian Yelich 5-for-5 Day Powers 7-3 Victory Over the Padres (3.31.18) 273
  • 19 Xander Bogaerts Multiple XBHs in 1st Three Games of Season Sets Club Record (3.31.18) 316
  • 20 Jose Berrios Dominant 3-Run, Complete-Game Shutout Lifts Twins Past the Orioles (4.1.18 318
  • 21 Justin Smoak 8th-Inning Grand Slam Completes Blue Jays Comeback Win (4.1.18) 307
  • 22 Gerrit Cole 11 Ks & 1 ER Over 7 Innings Earns the Win in Astros Debut (4.1.18) 369
  • 23 Shohei Ohtani Phenom Collects First Career Win in MLB Pitching Debut (4.1.18) 5920
  • 23J Shohei Ohtani Phenom Collects First Career Win in MLB Pitching Debut (Japanese) (4.1.18) 4299
  • 24 Colin Moran 1st Career Grand Slam Comes in 1st Home At-Bat of 2018 (4.2.18) 313
  • 25 Houston Astros 2017 World Series Championship Banner Raised at Minute Maid Park (4.2.18) 657
  • 26 Bartolo Colon Veteran Pitches for Record 8th AL Team in Rangers Debut (4.2.18) 235
  • 27 Chris Owings / Jeff Mathis HR in 9th Ties the Game & Walk-Off Pinch Hit in the 15th Caps Win (4.2.18) 188
  • 28 Didi Gregorius Historic Eight-RBI Games Marks the Most Ever by a Yankees SS (4.3.18) 1028
  • 29 Houston Astros 2017 World Series Champions Receive Their Championship Rings in Pre-Game C 728
  • 30 Carlos Correa 16.39 Second Inside-the-Park HR Gives Astros Early Lead (4.3.18) 457
  • 31 Josh Reddick HR-Robbing Catch & Grand Slam Highlight Astros Win (4.3.18) 381
  • 32 Shohei Ohtani First Career HR Comes in First AB of Home Debut (4.3.18) 8746
  • 32J Shohei Ohtani First Career HR Comes in First AB of Home Debut (Japanese) (4.3.18) 4681
  • 33 Christian Yelich / Ryan Braun Back-to-Back HRs Cap Brewers Wild Walk-Off Win Over the Cardinals (4.3.18) 377
  • 34 Christian Villanueva Historic 3-HR Game Lifts Padres to First Win of 2018 (4.3.18) 596
  • 35 Giancarlo Stanton / Gary Sanchez / Aaron Judge Yankees Power Hitting Trio Each Homer in Dominant Victory Over Rays (4.4.1 1967
  • 36 Shohei Ohtani Rookie Star Homers Off 2017 AL Cy Young Award Winner (4.4.18) 3382
  • 36J Shohei Ohtani Rookie Star Homers Off 2017 AL Cy Young Award Winner (Japanese) (4.4.18) 2004
  • 37 Patrick Corbin Career-High 12Ks Fuel Diamondbacks Shutout Victory (4.4.18) 284
  • 38 Zack Cozart 13th-Inning Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Angels to Victory (4.4.18) 301
  • 39 Carlos Martinez 10 Ks Over 6.1 Innings Leads Cardinals to Shutout Win (4.4.18) 264
  • 40 Rod Carew / Adrian Beltre Beltre Passes Carew for Most Hits Among Latin American-Born Players (4.5.1 305
  • 41 Hanley Ramirez Walk-Off Single in 12th Inning Caps Red Sox Comeback Win (4.5.18) 353
  • 42 Shohei Ohtani 1st Angels Rookie to Homer in Each of 1st Three Home Games (4.6.18) 4654
  • 42J Shohei Ohtani 1st Angels Rookie to Homer in Each of 1st Three Home Games (Japanese) (4.6 2660
  • 43 Orlando Arcia 9th-Inning Walk-Off Single Caps Win Over Cubs (4.6.18) 239
  • 44 Pedro Alvarez Go-Ahead Grand Slam in the 14th Inning Caps Wild Win (4.6.18) 240
  • 45 Xander Bogaerts Grand Slam, 6 RBI Leads Red Sox to 7th Straight Win (4.7.18) 255
  • 46 Aaron Judge RBI in 14 Straight Home Games Sets Yankees Record (4.7.18) 928
  • 47 Bryce Harper 5+ HRs, 10+ RBI, 10+ BBs in Team?s 1st 8 Games Sets MLB Record (4.7.18) 573
  • 48 Ian Happ 2-RBI Single Propels 9th-Inning Comeback Victory for Cubs (4.7.18) 342
  • 49 Maikel Franco / Aaron Altherr Pair of Grand Slams Power 20-1 Victory (4.7.18) 364
  • 50 Gerrit Cole 22 Ks in First Two Starts with the Astros Sets Club Record (4.7.18) 385
  • 51 Alex Bregman Walk-Off Infield Single in the 10th Fuels Wild 1-0 Win (4.7.18) 275
  • 52 Andrew McCutchen 3-Run, Walk-Off HR in the 14th Caps 6-Hit Night (4.7.18) 445
  • 53 Shohei Ohtani Rookie Phenom Flirts with Perfection in 12-K Gem (4.8.18) 7752
  • 53J Shohei Ohtani Rookie Phenom Flirts with Perfection in 12-K Gem (Japanese) (4.8.18) 4218
  • 54 Jameson Taillon One-Hit Complete Game Shutout Lifts Pirates to Victory (4.8.18) 358
  • 55 Yan Gomes 2-Run, Walk-Off HR Caps Wild Win Over Kansas City (4.8.18) 279
  • 56 Andrew Benintendi Tie-Breaking RBI Double in 6-Run 8th Completes Comeback for 8th Straight W 357
  • 57 Yoenis Cespedes 12th-Inning RBI Single Caps Series Sweep, 5th Straight Win (4.8.18) 339
  • 58 Corey Kluber 13 Strikeouts Over 8 Brilliant Innings (4.9.18) 237
  • 59 Nolan Ryan / Max Scherzer Only Pitchers to Throw a Shutout with 10 Ks and a Stolen Base (4.9.18) 681
  • 60 Jakob Junis Pitcher Takes No-Hittre Into the 7th Inning in 10-0 Victory (4.9.18) 269
  • 61 New York Mets 9-1 Start Marks Best in Franchise History (4.10.18) 303
  • 62 Boston Red Sox 9-1 Record Marks Best Start to a Season in Franchise History (4.10.18) 237
  • 63 Scott Kingery Rookie Hits First Career Grand Slam (4.10.18) 1113
  • 64 Roberto Osuna Youngest to 100 Saves in MLB History (4.10.18) 367
  • 65 Matt Carpenter Walk-Off HR in 11th Caps Wild Comeback Win (4.10.18) 180
  • 66 Andrew McCutchen Walk-Off Single in the 9th Powers 5-4 Win (4.10.18) 195
  • 67 Max Kepler Walk-Off HR Rescues Twins After Astros Rally (4.11.18) 244
  • 68 Carlos Carrasco 1 ER, 3 Hits Allowed in Dominant Complete-Game Victory (4.11.18) 186
  • 69 Javier Baez 2nd Consecutive 2-HR Game Powers Win Over Pirates (4.11.18) 420
  • 70 Odubel Herrera No-Look Leaping Grab Robs HR to Preserve the Tie (4.11.18) 364
  • 71 Joe Mauer Two-Run Single Notches 2,000th Career Hit (4.12.18) 484
  • 72 Shohei Ohtani First Career Triple Clears Bases in 5-Run 7th Inning (4.12.18) 4230
  • 72J Shohei Ohtani First Career Triple Clears Bases in 5-Run 7th Inning (Japanese) (4.12.18) 2593
  • 73 Cliff Pennington Infielder Makes MLB Pitching History (4.12.18) 343
  • 74 Aaron Hicks Inside-the-Park HR Highlights Historic 2-HR Game (4.13.18) 485
  • 75 Gerrit Cole 2nd Pitcher with 11+ Ks in 3 Straight Starts to Begin Season (4.13.18) 295
  • 76 Albert Pujols 3rd-Inning HR Passes Jimmie Foxx for 7th on All-Time RBI List (4.13.18) 278
  • 77 Chicago Cubs Nine-Run Eighth Inning Fuels Cubs? Incredible Comeback Win (4.14.18) 403
  • 78 Ronald Guzman Game-Tying HR in 8th & Go-Ahead Single in 10th Fuel Comeback Victory (4.14 474
  • 79 Los Angeles Angels 13-3 Record Best Start in Franchise History (4.14.18) 437
  • 80 Major League Baseball Players Celebrate & Honor Jackie Robinson Day by Wearing Number 42 (4.15.1 360
  • 81 Noah Syndergaard 11-Strikeout Game Highlighted by Striking Out 8 Straight Batters (4.15.18) 389
  • 82 Wilmer Flores Two-Out, Walk-Off HR in 9th Caps Mets Victory (4.15.18) 382
  • 83 Clayton Kershaw 12 Ks Highlight Victory Over NL West Division Leading Diamondbacks (4.15.1 318
  • 84 Starling Marte 5-Hit Game, Including 9th-Inning HR, Highlights Pirates Win (4.15.18) 220
  • 85 Bartolo Colon Perfect Game Bid Ends in 8th as Rangers Win in Extras (4.15.18) 284
  • 86 Bryce Harper Broken-Bat HR Marks League-Leading 8th HR (4.16.18) 782
  • 87 Aaron Judge Fastest Player to 60 HRs in MLB History (4.16.18) 1837
  • 88 Washington Nationals 6-Run 8th Inning Helps Seal Comeback Win Over the Mets (4.16.18) 289
  • 89 Francisco Lindor 2-Run HR in Homecoming Powers Victory Over Twins in Puerto Rico (4.17.18) 871
  • 90 Jarlin Garcia 1st Starting Pitcher Since 1953 with 10-Inning, No-Hit Streak to Start Car 237
  • 91 Patrick Corbin Dominant 1-Hit, Complete-Game Shutout Fuels Diamondbacks Win (4.17.18) 242
  • 92 Mookie Betts Third Career 3-HR Game Lifts Red Sox Past the Angels (4.17.18) 597
  • 93 Luke Maile 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Completes Doubleheader Sweep of Royals (4.17. 233
  • 94 Dixon Machado Walk-Off HR in the Bottom of the 9th Lifts the Tigers to Victory (4.18.18) 209
  • 95 Ender Inciarte Amazing Grab Over the Wall Robs a HR in Braves Win (4.18.18) 264
  • 96 Yoenis Cespedes Grand Slam Caps Explosive 9-Run 8th Inning Comeback Win (4.18.18) 314
  • 97 Rafael Devers 1st Career Grand Slam Lifts Red Sox to Victory & 15-2 Start (4.18.18) 1158
  • 98 Ryan LaMarre Walk-Off Single in 16th Seals Marathon Victory in Puerto Rico (4.18.18) 269
  • 99 Matt Olson 14th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps Victory (4.18.18) 210
  • 100 Seattle Mariners Unconvential Triple Play Vs. Astros Marks 12th Triple Play in Club History 215
  • 101 Jake Arrieta One Hit and 10 Ks Over 7 Innings of Work Powers Shutout Win (4.19.18) 439
  • 102 Lewis Brinson Two HRs Come in First Two At-Bats Against Former Team (4.19.18) 188
  • 103 Boston Red Sox 16-2 Record Marks Best Start to a Season in MLB Since 1987 (4.19.18) 402
  • 104 Jacoby Jones 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Home Run Seals 3-2 Victory (4.20.18) 188
  • 105 Lourdes Gurriel, Jr. 2 Hits and 3 RBI Power Victory in MLB Debut (4.20.18) 756
  • 106 Franchy Cordero 489 Foot HR Marks Longest So Far of 2018 MLB Season (4.20.18) 183
  • 107 Tyson Ross 7.2 No-Hit Innings Highlight Dominant Performance (4.20.18) 161
  • 108 Ender Inciarte Walk-Off Bunt Provides 4-3 Victory Over Mets (4.21.18) 241
  • 109 Jesus Aguilar 13-Pitch At-Bat Translates Into Walk-Off Home Run (4.21.18) 186
  • 110 Mike Clevinger 2-Hit, Complete Game Powers 4-0 Win (4.21.18) 230
  • 111 Sean Manaea 12th No-Hitter in Franchise History (4.21.18) 1542
  • 112 Gleyber Torres Yankees Top Infield Prospect Makes MLB Debut (4.22.18) 6552
  • 113 Carlos Gomez First Career Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Rays to Victory (4.22.18) 277
  • 114 Aaron Altherr 11th-Inning Single Caps Win & Four-Game Sweep of Pirates (4.22.18) 376
  • 115 Miguel Andujar Four-Hit Night Highlights Yankees 5-1 Win (4.22.18) 2032
  • 116 Mike Trout Outfield Star Launches MLB-Leading 9th HR of the Season (4.22.18) 778
  • 117 Brandon Belt 21-Pitch At-Bat Sets Modern Day Record (4.22.18) 481
  • 118 Miguel Andujar Red-Hot Rookie Extends Extra-Base Hit Streak to 7 Games, Joins Exclusive C 1379
  • 119 Walker Buehler Dodgers Top Prospect Impresses in First Start with 5 Scoreless Innings (4. 1323
  • 120 Mike Trout MLB-Leading 10th Home Run, Fastest to Double Digits in Angels History (4.2 682
  • 121 Gary Sanchez / Aaron Judge Duo Power Hitters Make History in Same Game (4.24.18) 1115
  • 122 Kyle Schwarber In 2016 World Series Rematch, Outfielder?s 2 HRs Lift Cubs (4.24.18) 388
  • 123 Curtis Granderson Walk-Off HR vs. Kimbrel Seals 4-3 Win Over the Red Sox (4.24.18) 262
  • 124 Scooter Gennett 12th-Inning Walk-Off HR Lifts Reds to Victory (4.24.18) 261
  • 125 Ronald Acuna No. 2 MLB Prospect Collects First Hit, Displays Speed in MLB Debut (4.25.1 11131
  • 126 Didi Gregorius Red-Hot SS Homers in 4th Straight Game, Sets Yankees Record (4.25.18) 625
  • 127 Trea Turner Washington Nationals Offense Erupts Behind Shortstop?s Five-Hit Game (4.25 300
  • 128 Ozzie Albies / Chipper Jones / Dale Murphy / Justin Upton Albies? 17th XBH Before May Ties Three Braves Stars (4.25.18) 465
  • 129 Ronald Acuna Braves Star Rookie Hits 1st Career HR in 2nd Career Game (4.26.18) 4593
  • 130 Ronald Acuna / Ozzie Albies Rookie Duo Is Youngest to Hit Home Runs in Same Game Since 1978 (4.26.18) 2711
  • 131 Gary Sanchez Sweep of Twins Ends with Walk-Off Home Run (4.26.18) 546
  • 132 Corey Dickerson Outfielder Hits First Career Walk-Off Home Run; Pirates Win 1-0 (4.26.18) 241
  • 133 Dexter Fowler Back and Forth Contest Ends with 13th-Inning, Walk-Off Hit (4.26.18) 193
  • 134 Sean Manaea 14 Straight Hitless Innings Pitched Sets Club Record (4.27.18) 251
  • 135 Jordy Mercer / Starling Marte 8th-Inning Double Ties the Game & 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps Combac 244
  • 136 Shohei Ohtani 4th Player in Modern Era with 4+ HRs & 25+ Ks in the Same Month (4.27.18) 5144
  • 136 J Shohei Ohtani 4th Player in Modern Era with 4+ HRs & 25+ Ks in the Same Month (Japanese) 3418
  • 137 Didi Gregorius 10th-Inning, Go-Ahead HR Gives Yankees 7th Straight Win (4.27.18) 576
  • 138 Odubel Herrera Incredible Catch in 3rd Inning Robs HR (4.28.18) 330
  • 139 Arizona Diamondbacks 9 Straight Series Wins to Open Season First in NL Since 1907 (4.28.18) 240
  • 140 Pablo Sandoval Delivers a Perfect 9th Inning Pitching Performance (4.28.18) 429
  • 141 Nick Kingham Rookie Pitcher Retires First 20 Batters Faced in MLB Debut (4.29.18) 1106
  • 142 Gerrit Cole 61 Ks in April Sets Franchise Record (4.29.18) 415
  • 143 Phillie Phanatic Lovable Mascot Celebrates 40 Years with Phillies (4.29.18) 929
  • 144 Xander Bogaerts Team?s 6th Grand Slam Before May 1st Ties ?96 Expos Mark (4.30.18) 336
  • 145 Josh Hader 1st Pitcher in MLB History with 8 Ks in an Outing of Less Than 3 Innings ( 417
  • 146 A.J. Pollock 3-HR Game Powers Win Over Dodgers (4.30.18) 229
  • 147 Nick Hundley Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Single Seals 6-5 Win Over Padres (4.30.18) 207
  • 148 Major League Baseball First Time in MLB History with More Ks Than Hits in One Month (4.30.18) 311
  • 149 Anthony Rizzo / Bryce Harper Moves to Leadoff Spot in Lineup Results in HRs for Power Hitters (5.1.18) 442
  • 150 Mike Soroka 5 Ks in MLB Debut Leads to First Career Win (5.1.18) 1057
  • 151 Justin Verlander 14 Ks Silence Yankees Bats for 8 Innings (5.1.18) 266
  • 152 Yadiel Rivera Marlins Extend Win Streak on Walk-Off Single in 10th (5.1.18) 156
  • 153 Yadier Molina Rally Capped with Catcher?s Walk-Off Single (5.1.18) 223
  • 154 Gary Sanchez Three-Run HR in 9th Breaks Scoreless Tie (5.1.18) 553
  • 155 Justin Upton First Walk-Off Hit with Angels Powers Win (5.1.18) 160
  • 156 Mookie Betts 4th Career 3-HR Game Marks Most Ever by Player Under 26-Years Old (5.2.18) 702
  • 157 Edwin Encarnacion 3-HR Game Leads 12-4 Blowout Win Over Rangers (5.2.18) 218
  • 158 Didi Gregorius / A.J. Pollock Named AL and NL Players of the Month (5.2.18) 448
  • 159 Shohei Ohtani / Christian Villanueva Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (5.2.18) 3383
  • 160 Luis Severino Righty Fans 10 in 1st Career Complete-Game Shutout (5.2.18) 561
  • 161 Bryce Harper Slugger Smashes First Career Leadoff HR (5.2.18) 349
  • 162 James Paxton 16 Ks Across 7 Scoreless Innings Marks Most in MLB This Season (5.2.18) 195
  • 163 Ichiro Suzuki Mariners Legends Enters Front Office Role for Remainder of Season (5.3.18) 1545
  • 164 Julio Teheran No-Hit Bid Into 7th Leads Braves to Series Sweep (5.3.18) 245
  • 165 Yangervis Solarte Go-Ahead Grand Slam in 11th Caps 5-Hit Day (5.3.18) 249
  • 166 Trayce Thompson Walk-Off HR Powers White Sox 6-5 Win (5.3.18) 202
  • 167 Gleyber Torres 1st Career HR Is Youngest Yankees HR Since 1969 (5.4.18) 2190
  • 168 Miguel Andujar First Career Walk-Off Hit Powers 7-6 Victory (5.4.18) 1177
  • 169 Mookie Betts 70th Career HR from Leadoff Spot Sets Club Record (5.4.18) 602
  • 170 Albert Pujols 32nd Player in MLB History to Join 3000-Hit Club (5.4.18) 3726
  • 171 Los Angeles Dodgers Buehler, Cingrani, Garcia & Liberatore Combine for No-Hitter (5.4.18) 914
  • 172 Gerrit Cole 16 Ks in 1-Hit, Complete-Game Shutout (5.4.18) 459
  • 173 Kolten Wong 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Caps Comeback Win (5.5.18) 225
  • 174 Arizona Diamondbacks Bullpen Cart Makes First Regular Season Appearance (5.5.18) 544
  • 175 AJ Pollock 9th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Powers 4-3 Win (5.5.18) 187
  • 176 Ryon Healy 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps Wild 9-8 Win (5.5.18) 181
  • 177 Craig Kimbrel Fastest Pitcher in MLB History to 300 Saves (5.5.18) 432
  • 178 Khris Davis Walk-Off, 2-Run HR in the 12th Powers Win (5.5.18) 170
  • 179 Domingo German 1st in History with 9+ Ks, 0 Hits Allowed in 1st MLB Start (5.6.18) 1114
  • 180 Gleyber Torres Youngest Player in Franchise History to Hit a Walk-Off Home Run (5.6.18) 4766
  • 181 Max Scherzer First Pitcher in MLB History with 15 Ks in 19 or Less Outs (5.6.18) 413
  • 182 Wilmer Difo Comeback Win Highlighted by Game-Winning, Walk-Off Single (5.6.18) 280
  • 183 Dexter Fowler Cardinals Stun Cubs with 14th Inning Walk-Off HR (5.6.18) 224
  • 184 P.J. Colon First Irish Native to Play in MLB Since 1945 Makes MLB Debut (5.7.18) 507
  • 185 George Springer 2nd Player in Astros History to Have Six Hits in a Game (5.7.18) 385
  • 186 Jorge Soler / Mike Moustakas / Salvador Perez Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Power 10-Run 1st Inning (5.8.18) 339
  • 187 James Paxton Canadian Native Tosses 99-Pitch No-Hitter Against the Blue Jays in Toronto 887
  • 188 Stephen Piscotty Ovation and Single in 1st At-Bat Since Passing of Mother (5.8.18) 1042
  • 189 New York Yankees Yankees Win 16 of 17 Games for First Time Since 1953 (5.8.18) 1105
  • 190 Adam Duvall First Walk-Off HR of Career Lifts Reds to Series Win (5.9.18) 210
  • 191 Kris Bryant Fastest in Cubs History to 100 Career HRs (5.9.18) 1264
  • 192 Carlos Carrasco 14 Ks and First Career RBI in Complete Game Gem (5.9.18) 198
  • 193 Nomar Mazara Game-Tying HR in 7th Followed by Walk-Off HR in 10th (5.9.18) 196
  • 194 Ozzie Albies Youngest Braves Player to Hit a Grand Slam Since Andruw Jones in 1997 (5.1 1118
  • 195 Freddie Freeman Career-High 5-Hit Game Leads Charge for the Braves in Win (5.10.18) 312
  • 196 J.D. Martinez Go-Ahead, 8th-Inning HR Powers 5-4 Win, Ends Yankees Win Streak (5.10.18) 275
  • 197 Dustin Fowler 1st Career Hit Comes Against Former Team (5.11.18) 503
  • 198 Willson Contreras 7-RBI Night Powers Cubs Victory (5.11.18) 442
  • 199 Manny Machado A Grand Slam in a 6-RBI Night Highlights Orioles Victory (5.11.18) 212
  • 200 Michael Conforto / Devin Mesoraco Back-to-Back HRs in the 9th Inning Bring Mets to Victory (5.11.18) 302
  • 201 Chris Sale 15 Ks Over 9 Impressive Innings (5.11.18) 225
  • 202 Max Scherzer 11 Ks and Go-Ahead Run Highlights Washington Nationals Victory (5.11.18) 222
  • 203 Luke Maile Delivers Walk-Off HR in Blue Jays Win Over Red Sox (5.11.18) 224
  • 204 Andrew McCutchen Receives Warm Welcome Home from Pittsburgh (5.11.18) 274
  • 205 Neil Walker Walk-Off Single in 11th Inning Seals Yankees Win (5.12.18) 392
  • 206 Charlie Morton Career-High 14 Ks Lift Astros Over Rangers (5.12.18) 233
  • 207 Eric Hosmer Walk-Off Double Lifts Padres Over Cardinals (5.12.18) 203
  • 208 Major League Baseball Players Celebrate Mother?s Day by Wearing Pink Gear (5.13.18) 408
  • 209 Freddy Peralta First Pitcher Since 2012 with Double-Digit Ks in First MLB Start (5.13.18) 940
  • 210 Shohei Ohtani Phenom Ks 11, Sets Angels Record with 43 Ks Through 6 Outings (5.13.18) 5544
  • 210 J Shohei Ohtani Phenom Ks 11, Sets Angels Record with 43 Ks Through 6 Outings (Japanese) ( 4092
  • 211 Zack Cozart Walk-Off Single Lifts Angels to 2-1 Mother?s Day Victory (5.13.18) 244
  • 212 Jose Iglesias 9th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals Series Victory (5.13.18) 259
  • 213 Adeiny Hechavarria Acrobatic Slide at the Plate Leads Rays to 2-1 Win (5.14.18) 170
  • 214 Kole Clahoun Lunging Catch Into Crowd Starts Clutch 9th-Inning Double Play (5.14.18) 188
  • 215 Jordan Lyles Pitcher Flirts with Perfection as Padres Cruise to 4-0 Win (5.15.18) 145
  • 216 Giancarlo Stanton 3rd Player in MLB History with 499 XBHs in First 1,000 Career Hits (5.15.1 588
  • 217 Stephen Piscotty HR in Emotional First At-Bat Since Returning to Team (5.15.18) 518
  • 218 Guillermo Heredia Walk-Off Single Lifts Mariners in 11th (5.15.18) 155
  • 219 Albert Almora, Jr. Center Fielder Robs HR with Leaping Climb Up Wall (5.16.18) 370
  • 220 Bartolo Colon Veteran Throws 7 2/3 Scoreless Innings (5.16.18) 235
  • 221 Justin Verlander 2,500th Career K Collected in 5-Hit, Complete-Game Shutout (5.16.18) 584
  • 222 Ozzie Albies / Robert Acuna Rookie Duo Powers Braves Win with Clutch 8th Inning (5.16.18) 2189
  • 223 David Price Dominant-CG Performance Powers Red Sox Victory (5.17.18) 257
  • 224 Jacob deGrom 13 Ks in Dominant Outing Match Career High, Power Mets Win (5.18.18) 342
  • 225 Austin Meadows Pirates No. 2 Prospect Goes 2-for-4, SB in MLB Debut (5.18.18) 1579
  • 226 Aaron Hicks Multiple Inside-the-Parks HRs in a Season Matches Mantle (5.19.18) 425
  • 227 Max Scherzer Fastest Pitcher Ever to 100 Ks After 13-K Outing (5.19.18) 294
  • 228 Sergio Romo Strikes Out the Side in 1st Career Start After 588 Relief Appearances (5.1 198
  • 229 James Paxton Eight-K, Complete Game Gem Powers 7-2 Win Over Detroit Tigers (5.19.18) 178
  • 230 Dansby Swanson Walk-Off Single Caps 6-Run, 9th-Inning Rally (5.20.18) 401
  • 231 J.D. Martinez / Mookie Betts Slugging Duo Tied for MLB HR Lead, Sets Franchise Record (5.20.18) 396
  • 232 Jordan Hicks Closer Stuns Teammates and Fans, Delivers 105-MPH Twice (5.20.18) 758
  • 233 Mitch Haniger / Jean Segura Game-Tying HR in 9th Leads to Walk-Off Single in 11th (5.20.18) 277
  • 234 Shohei Ohtani Fastest in Angels History to 50 Ks in 4th Win of the Season (5.20.18) 5198
  • 234 J Shohei Ohtani Fastest in Angels History to 50 Ks in 4th Win of the Season (Japanese) (5. 3185
  • 235 Juan Soto 19-Year-Old Hits HR on 1st Pitch Seen in 1st Career Start (5.21.18) 6815
  • 236 Gleyber Torres Youngest Yankees Player with Multi-Home Run Game Since 1952 (5.21.18) 3319
  • 237 New York Yankees At Least Four HRs in Three Consecutive Games Sets Franchise Record (5.21.1 1241
  • 238 Tyler O�Neill Third Consecutive Game with a Home Run (5.21.18) 1179
  • 239 Miles Mikolas First Career Shutout in 6-0, Complete-Game Win (5.21.18) 463
  • 240 Willy Adames Rays No. 2 Prospect Homers in MLB Debut (5.22.18) 820
  • 241 Michael Taylor Walk-Off Double Wins Game in the 9th Inning (5.22.18) 214
  • 242 Gleyber Torres Youngest in Franchise History to Hit HR in Three Consecutive Games (5.23.1 2492
  • 243 Houston Astros Fewest Runs Allowed Through 50 Games Since 1920 (5.23.18) 332
  • 244 Milwaukee Brewers 31-19 Start Marks Best Through 50 Games in Franchise History (5.23.18) 266
  • 245 New York Yankees 21 HRs in Five-Game Span Ties MLB Record (5.23.18) 787
  • 246 Dylan Bundy Career High 14 Ks in Complete-Game Win (5.24.18) 201
  • 247 Gleyber Torres Youngest in AL History to Homer in Four Conseuctive Games (5.25.18) 3862
  • 248 Houston Astros 11 Runs in Final Two Innings Power Comeback Win (5.25.18) 222
  • 249 Daniel Mengden Complete Game Shut-Out Powers Win (5.26.18) 156
  • 250 Philadelphia Phillies Defeat Blue Jays and Move Into 1st Place (5.26.18) 359
  • 251 Mike Trout Three Doubles, One Single and One HR Highlights Angels Win (5.26.18) 1175
  • 252 Shin-Soo Choo Walk-Off HR Seals Victory Over Royals (5.26.18) 173
  • 253 Mike Zunino 12th Inning Walk-Off HR Clinches Mariners Win (5.26.18) 154
  • 254 Cleveland Indians Indians Rally for Wild 10-9 Win Over Astros (5.27.18) 189
  • 255 Greg Allen 14th-Inning Walk-Off Home Run Seals Indians Win (5.27.18) 407
  • 256 Jose Altuve Sets Club Record with a Hit in 10 Consecutive At Bats (5.27.18) 335
  • 257 Masahiro Tanaka Delivers a Great Performance, Shutting Down Angels (5.27.18) 492
  • 258 Major League Baseball MLB Observes Memorial Day Honoring Fallen Service Members (5.28.18) 615
  • 259 Charlie Culberson Braves Rally to Stun Mets on Walk-Off HR (5.28.18) 245
  • 260 Chris Iannetta 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Delivers 6-5 Victory (5.28.18) 140
  • 261 Austin Meadows 5th Player Since 1961 to Bat .400 & Hits 4 HRs in 1st 10 Career At-Bats (5 794
  • 262 Dereck Rodriguez Son of Hall of Famer Strikes Out 4, Doubles in MLB Debut (5.29.18) 561
  • 263 Gleyber Torres 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Hit Caps Late Rally (5.29.18) 2154
  • 264 Johan Camargo Braves Erase 4-Run Deficit, Win on 1st Career Walk-Off HR (5.29.18) 248
  • 265 C.J. Cron / Joey Wendle / Wilson Ramos Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Power Victory (5.29.18) 254
  • 266 Juan Soto Youngest Player to Get Intentionally Walked Since 1989 (5.29.18) 895
  • 267 Alcides Escobar First Career Walk-Off HR Lifts Royals in 14th Inning (5.29.18) 250
  • 268 Max Scherzer 8 SO Innings and 12 Ks Highlights 150th Career Win (5.30.18) 307
  • 269 Nathan Eovaldi 6 No-Hit Innings in First MLB Appearance Since 2016 (5.30.18) 166
  • 270 Mike Trout First Player in Franchise History with 30 H and 30 BBs in a Month (5.31.18 940
  • 271 Yairo Munoz 3-Run Walk-Off HR Seals 5-Run 9th-Inning Rally (5.31.18) 443
  • 272 Francisco Lindor 1st SS in Modern Era to Collect 4 XBH Twice in a Season (5.31.18) 317
  • 273 Danny Farquhar Returns to Mound, Throws Out First Pitch (6.1.18) 342
  • 274 Mike Foltynewicz Complete-Game Shutout Shuts Down Washington Nationals (6.1.18) 237
  • 275 Mitch Haniger 13th-Inning Walk-Off Seals Victory for Mariners (6.1.18) 235
  • 276 Scooter Gennett / Francisco Lindor Named NL and AL Players of the Month (6/2/18) 315
  • 277 Gleyber Torres / Austin Meadows Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (6/2/18) 1783
  • 278 Kolten Wong Walk-Off Home Run Lifts Cardinals Over Pirates (6/2/18) 231
  • 279 Juan Soto Youngest Player with Multiple 3-Hit Games Since 1991 (6/2/18) 1245
  • 280 Max Scherzer Pinch-Hit Single, Scores Winning Run (6/2/18) 320
  • 281 Javier Baez Steals Home on Pickoff Attempt for 1st Run of Game (6.3.18) 460
  • 282 Bradley Zimmer 2nd-Inning, Leaping Catch Is Sensational (6.3.18) 213
  • 283 Michael Wacha No-Hit Bid Into 9th Inning in Dominating Performance (6.3.18) 212
  • 284 Eddie Rosario Walk-Off Homer Caps 3 HR Game (6.3.18) 313
  • 285 Charlie Culberson Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR Wins Series Vs. Washington Nationals (6.3.18) 227
  • 286 Blake Snell Ks First 7 Batters, Tying AL Record and Setting Franchise Mark (6.3.18) 187
  • 287 Dereck Rodriguez Rookie Earns 1st Win in 1st Career Start (6.3.18) 624
  • 288 Gleyber Torres 10+ HRs in a Season Before 22nd Birthday Matches Mickey Mantle (6.4.18) 2823
  • 289 Max Scherzer 13 Ks Plus Immaculate Inning Seals League-Leading 10th Win (6.5.18) 384
  • 290 Andrew Heaney One-Hit, Shutout Gem Highlights Birthday (6.5.18) 206
  • 291 Delino DeShields Incredible Catch Steals Run-Scoring XBH (6.5.18) 187
  • 292 Miguel Andujar Youngest Yankees Player with Go-Ahead GS Past 7th Inning Since 1952 (6.5.1 1443
  • 293 Jason Heyward Outfielder Seals Comeback Win with Walk-Off Grand Slam (6.6.18) 422
  • 294 Bartolo Colon 243rd Win Ties Record for Most Wins by Dominican Born Pitcher (6.6.18) 225
  • 295 Brandon Crawford Two-Out, Walk-Off Single in 10th Seals 5-4 Victory (6.6.18) 219
  • 296 Aaron Judge / Giancarlo Stanton Extra-Inning HRs in 13th Lift Yankees to 3-0 Win (6.6.18) 1138
  • 297 Jesse Winker 13th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 7-5 Win (6.7.18) 202
  • 298 Jose Berrios 10 Ks in 2nd CG of the Season Powers Twins Victory (6.7.18) 217
  • 299 Aledmys Diaz Walk-Off Single in 10th Drives in Winning Run (6.7.18) 169
  • 300 Ian Happ Three Diving Catches Save Runs, Including Game Ender (6.8.18) 455
  • 301 Michael Wacha 2 ERs or Fewer in 10 Straight Starts (6.9.18) 208
  • 302 Albert Pujols 1,951st Career RBI Moves Past Stan Musial for 6th-Most All-Time (6.9.18) 495
  • 303 Jeimer Candelario First Career Walk-Off HR Powers Tigers to Win (6.9.18) 229
  • 304 Paul Goldschmidt Back-to-Back Multi HR Games Marks Career-First (6.9.18) 250
  • 305 Aaron Judge 8th-Inning, Go-Ahead HR Seals Subway Series Win (6.9.18) 1036
  • 306 Curtis Granderson Career-High 6 RBI Game Leads Blue Jays to Win (6.10.18) 155
  • 307 Paul Goldschmidt 1st Player with Multiple XBH & RBI in 4 Straight Games Since 1958 (6.10.18 233
  • 308 Clayton Richard Seals 4th Straight Series Victory with No-Hit Bid into the 7th (6.10.18) 165
  • 309 Jake Bauers First Career HR Puts Rays in Front (6.11.18) 511
  • 310 Mike Trout 1st Player in Angels History with 20+ HR in 7 Consecutive Seasons (6.11.18 750
  • 311 Anthony Rizzo Leadoff HR Sparks 5-Run 11th Inning to Put Cubs in 1st Place (6.11.18) 385
  • 312 Steven Wright Longest Active Scoreless Streak in MLB Extended to 22 2/3 Innings (6.11.18 204
  • 313 CC Sabathia Records 1,500th K as a Yankee Pitcher, 5th in Franchise History (6.12.18) 404
  • 314 Didi Gregorius First Yankees SS with 3 Multi-Home Run Games in a Season (6.12.18) 450
  • 315 Ozzie Albies 5th Player Since 1961 with Multiple GSs in a Season 21 or Younger (6.12.18 920
  • 316 Bartolo Colon 3rd Active Pitcher to Record 2,500th Career K (6.12.18) 205
  • 317 Mike Trout 1st Time in Career with 2 HRs in Back-to-Back Games, Leads MLB in HRs (6.1 721
  • 318 Mitch Haniger / Ryon Healy Duo Crushes 2 HRs Eachto Defeat Angels (6.12.18) 230
  • 319 Mike Soroka Returns from DL with No-Hit Bid Into 7th Inning in 2-0 Win (6.13.18) 489
  • 320 Matt Duffy 1-0, Walk-Off Win on Two-Out RBI Single (6.13.18) 222
  • 321 Mitch Haniger Two-Run, Walk-Off Home Run Seals Mariners Sweep of Angels (6.13.18) 312
  • 322 Juan Soto Youngest Player with Multi-HR Game Since 1996 (6.13.18) 1672
  • 323 Gleyber Torres / Juan Soto Lowest Combined Age by Opposing Players to Homer in Same Game Since 1887 ( 2769
  • 324 Evan Gattis 1st Astros Player with 5 RBI in Back-to-Back Games (6.13.18) 260
  • 325 Adrian Beltre Surpasses Ichiro for Most Hits Recorded by a Foreign-Born Player (6.13.18) 277
  • 326 Vince Velasquez 6 No-Hit Innings Power Phillies Series Win (6.14.18) 388
  • 327 Pablo Sandoval Tie-Breaking, Two-Run Single in the 16th Seals Giants Win (6.14.18) 208
  • 328 Domingo German 1st MLB Win Collected in Strong 10 K Outing (6.14.18) 826
  • 329 Corey Kluber 43 1/3 Innings Without a Walk, Longest Streak Since 2015 (6.15.18) 205
  • 330 Jonathan Loaisiga MLB Debut Win Over Rays (6.15.18) 2009
  • 331 Houston Astros Astros Beat Royals, Extend Win Streak to 10 (6.16.18) 268
  • 332 Wade LeBlanc Retires 22-Straight Batters Powering Mariners Win (6.16.18) 172
  • 333 Major League Baseball Players Celebrate Father?s Day by Wearing Blue Gear (6.17.18) 328
  • 334 Brandon Nimmo Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in 9th Powers Mets Win (6.17.18) 437
  • 335 Jonathan Lucroy Walk-Off Single in 11th Seals Win (6.17.18) 172
  • 336 Jose Trevino Celebrates First Father?s Day with Pinch-Hit, Two-Run, Walk-Off Single (6. 424
  • 337 Juan Soto Pinch-Hit HR in Game That Started Prior to MLB Debut (6.18.18) 2357
  • 338 Brandon Nimmo Lead-Off, Inside-the-Park HR Highlights 2-HR Homecoming (6.18.18) 490
  • 339 Yadier Molina Most Games at Catcher with One Team in MLB History (6.18.18) 330
  • 340 Aaron Altherr 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Double Caps Wild Win (6.18.18) 275
  • 341 Alex Bregman Walk-Off Double Seals Franchise-Record-Tying, 12th-Straight Win (6.18.18) 295
  • 342 Bartolo Colon 244th Career Win Sets Dominican Republic Record (6.18.18) 302
  • 343 Gleyber Torres / Aaron Judge 14th-Career HR in 50th-Career Game Matches Aaron Judge (6.19.18) 2887
  • 344 Steven Brault Pitcher Sings National Anthem Before Heading to Bullpen (6.19.18) 221
  • 345 Kris Bryant / Albert Almora, Jr. 10th-Inning, Lead-Off Triple Leads to Walk-Off Single (6.19.18) 361
  • 346 Nolan Arenado / Trevor Story / Ian Desmond 3-Straight HRs in Six-Run Inning Against Mets (6.19.18) 183
  • 347 Jason Heyward / Willson Contreras Perfect Throw & Tag Complete DP at the Plate (6.20.18) 340
  • 348 George Springer / Alex Bregman / Jose Altuve Back-to-Back-to-Back HRs Power Astros to 50th Win (6.20.18) 370
  • 349 Giancarlo Stanton Epic Late Rally Capped by 2-Run, Walk-Off HR (6.20.18) 934
  • 350 Houston Astros / New York Yankees / Boston Red Sox Earliest in MLB History a Single League Has 3 50-Win Teams (6.21.18) 604
  • 351 Juan Soto First Teen to Hit Clean Up Since 1970, Smacks 2-Run, Go-Ahead Double in 8t 1465
  • 352 Mike Trout On Pace with MLB Greats Through 1,000 Career Games (6.21.18) 2335
  • 353 Nelson Cruz 2 HRs, 7 RBI in Offensive Outburst (6.22.18) 161
  • 354 Franklin Barreto Pair of 3-Run HRs Power Win in 6-RBI Performance (6.22.18) 137
  • 355 Ivan Nova / Patrick Corbin Starters Set MLB Record with 7+ Scoreless IP, 8+ Ks, 0 BBs, and Less Than 169
  • 356 Jesus Aguilar 1st HR Ends No-No, 2nd Powers Walk-Off Win (6.22.18) 199
  • 357 Manny Machado Go-Ahead, 2-Run HR in the 15th Inning Fuels Victory (6.22.18) 173
  • 358 Oakland Athletics HR in 24 Consecutive Road Games, Ties MLB Record (6.23.18) 154
  • 359 Anthony DeSclafani GS by Pitcher, 1st iin Franchise History Since 1959 (6.23.18) 271
  • 360 Carlos Correa 12th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Steals Victory Over Royals (6.23.18) 247
  • 361 Chris Sale 13-K, 7-Inning Gem Leads to Shutout Win (6.24.18) 189
  • 362 Los Angeles Dodgers Dodgers Tie MLB Record with 7 Solo HRs in Win (6.24.18) 312
  • 363 Anthony Desclafani / Michael Lorenzen 1st Team to Have Pitchers Homer in Back-to-Back Games Since 2007 (6.24.18) 184
  • 364 Jake Bauers Youngest Rays Player to Hit Walk-Off HR Since Longoria in 2008 (6.24.18) 400
  • 365 Hunter Pence 11th-Career Walk-Off Hit Lifts Giants in 11th (6.24.18) 204
  • 366 Edwin Jackson 1st Start of His 16th Season with MLB Record-Tying 13th Team (6.25.18) 201
  • 367 St. Louis Cardinals 10,000th Franchise Win Since Joining NL in 1892 (6.25.18) 317
  • 368 Ozzie Albies 1st Career Walk-Off HR in 11th (6.25.18) 1390
  • 369 Luis Severino MLB-Leading 12th Win by Entering Historic Territory (6.26.18) 627
  • 370 Javier Baez Solo HR and Grand Slam Lead Cubs to 9-4 Win (6.26.18) 397
  • 371 Matt Carpenter 1st Cardinals Player with 5 H, 5 R and 2 HR in a Game (6.26.18) 213
  • 372 Freddy Peralta Improves to 3-0 with 10 Ks to Continue Historic Run (6.26.18) 462
  • 373 Charlie Morton 13 Ks in Dominant 10th Win of Season (6.26.18) 203
  • 374 Wilmer Flores 9th Career Walk-Off RBI Matches David Wright for Club Record (6.26.18) 192
  • 375 Alex Bregman Walk-Off HR, Leads MLB with Three Walk-Off Hits This Season (6.27.18) 263
  • 376 J.D. Martinez 25th HR Most Ever by a Red Sox Player Through June (6.27.18) 335
  • 377 Brandon Crawford Snaps Scoreless Tie with Walk-Off (6.27.18) 212
  • 378 Max Muncy / Joc Pederson 1st Time Two Players Hit 10+ HR in a Month in Franchise History (6.28.18) 220
  • 379 Houston Astros 11-Straight Road Wins Ties Franchise Record (6.28.18) 208
  • 380 New York Yankees / Boston Red Sox 1st Time Rivals Meet This Late Into a Season Each with Winning % of .650 o 441
  • 381 Gleyber Torres Youngest Yankees Player to Triple Since Mantle in 1952 (6.29.18) 1225
  • 382 Juan Soto First Teen in MLB History with a Four-Hit, Two-HR Game (6.29.18) 2131
  • 383 Mike Trout Joins Exclusive Company with 25 Hits/20 BBs in Apr/May/Jun (6.29.18) 622
  • 384 Sandy Alcantara Rookie Collects First MLB Career Win in Season Debut (6.29.18) 404
  • 385 Keon Broxton Two HRs and Diving Play in Center Highlight Huge Night (6.29.18) 246
  • 386 Marco Gonzales First Career Complete Game Leads Seattle to Fifth Straight Win (6.29.18) 261
  • 387 Justin Smoak Walk-Off HR Leads Blue Jays Past Tigers (6.30.18) 191
  • 388 Chicago Cubs 10+ Runs in 3 Consecutive Games, First Time Since 2003 (6.30.18) 335
  • 389 Rafael Devers Youngest to Hit Grand Slam in Red Sox Vs. Yankees Rivalry (6.30.18) 677
  • 390 Chris Sale Multiple Outings with 10+ Ks and 1 Hit or Fewer Vs. Yankees (6.30.18) 280
  • 391 Michael Lorenzen Pinch-Hit Grand Slam in Win Over Brewers (6.30.18) 343
  • 392 Seattle Mariners Celebrate 20th Anniversary of Turn Ahead the Clock Night (6.30.18) 252
  • 393 Blake Snell 11 Straight Home Starts with 1 ER or Less Ties AL Record (7.1.18) 183
  • 394 Mallex Smith Running Catch and Wall Climb Leads Rays to 3-1 Win (7.1.18) 181
  • 395 Kevin Pillar Incredible Catch Over the Wall Steals HR (7.1.18) 337
  • 396 Andrew Knapp 13th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals Series Win (7.1.18) 299
  • 397 Cleveland Indians 11 Doubles Mark Most in a Game by 1 Team Since 2003 (7.1.18) 217
  • 398 Aaron Hicks Joins Exclusive List of Yankees to Have 3-HR Game Vs. Red Sox (7.1.18) 574
  • 399 Gleyber Torres 15 HRs in 1st 60 Games Before Turning 22 Sets Club Record (7.1.18) 2127
  • 400 Alex Bregman / Paul Goldschmidt Named AL and NL Players of the Month (7.2.18) 275
  • 401 Miguel Andujar / Juan Soto Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (7.2.18) 1537
  • 402 Francisco Lindor GS, 3-Run HR, 7-RBI Night Power Indians Past Royals (7.2.18) 348
  • 403 Ronald Acuna 11th-Inning, Game-Winning, 2-Run HR Sneaks Over Wall (7.2.18) 1280
  • 404 Matt Kemp 5-for-5, 3-Run HR Leads Dodgers Win (7.2.18) 256
  • 405 Max Scherzer 5th Pitcher Ever with 1,000 Ks for an AL and NL Team (7.2.18) 300
  • 406 Rick Porcello AL Pitcher Bests Max Scherzer with 3-Run Double for 1st Career XBH (7.2.18 254
  • 407 Jose Bautista Blue Jays Legend Receives Standing Ovation in Return to Toronto (7.3.18) 238
  • 408 Rhys Hoskins 100 Career RBI Through First 124 Games Sets Phillies Record (7.3.18) 883
  • 409 Los Angeles Dodgers 9 XBHs in Back-to-Back Games for 1st Time Since 1929 (7.3.18) 224
  • 410 Javier Baez Magic Steal of Home with Signature Swim Move (7.4.18) 509
  • 411 Kyle Higashioka 2nd in Club History to Have HRs for First 3 Career Hits (7.4.18) 717
  • 412 Keon Broxton Game-Saving, Home-Run-Robbing Catch High Over the Wall (7.4.18) 221
  • 413 Nick Markakis / Freddie Freeman / Ozzie Albies 3 Players with 100+ Hits Before the All-Star Break (7.4.18) 377
  • 414 Nate Orf HR Marks 1st Hit of MLB Career, Followed by Curtain Call (7.4.18) 515
  • 415 Cody Allen All-Time Saves Leader for Indians with 140th Save (7.4.18) 182
  • 416 Yuli Gurriel Walk-Off Single Seals Win Over White Sox (7.5.18) 161
  • 417 Trea Turner 8 RBI Night Powers Largest Comeback in Franchise History (7.5.18) 362
  • 418 Ozzie Albies 3rd Braves Player Ever with 50 XBH Before All-Star Break (7.6.18) 742
  • 419 Chris Sale / Mookie Betts 100th Career Win and 100th Career HR in Red Sox 60th Win (7.6.18) 403
  • 420 Jose Bautista Grand Slam for First-Career Walk-Off Home Run (7.6.18) 336
  • 421 Mark Reynolds Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR in the Ninth Seals 3-2 Win (7.6.18) 266
  • 422 Philadelphia Phillies Tie for NL East Division Lead After Longest 9-Inning Game in NL History (7 344
  • 423 Shohei Ohtani / Ian Kinsler Down to Final Strike, Angels Work Stunning Comeback (7.6.18) 1307
  • 424 Kyle Tucker Top Prospect Collects 1st Hit, RBI in MLB Debut (7.7.18) 2064
  • 425 Mark Reynolds 15th Player in MLB History with a 10-RBI Game (7.7.18) 418
  • 426 Arizona Diamondbacks Franchise-Record 20 Runs in Win Over Padres (7.7.18) 240
  • 427 Kendrys Morales 5th Cuban-Born Player to Reach 200-HR Club (7.8.18) 200
  • 428 Nathan Eovaldi 7 Perfect Innings in Dominating Win (7.8.18) 164
  • 429 Shin-Soo Choo 47 Game On-Base Streak Sets Franchise Record (7.8.18) 273
  • 430 Nick Markakis Most Career Games Played Before 1st All-Star Selection (7.8.18) 274
  • 431 Wil Myers Game Winning HR in 16th Seals Padres Win (7.8.18) 166
  • 432 Shohei Ohtani 1st Career Pinch-Hit HR Lifts Angels (7.8.18) 3430
  • 432 J Shohei Ohtani 1st Career Pinch-Hit HR Lifts Angels (Japanese) (7.8.18) 2010
  • 433 Wilmer Flores Walk-Off HR Marks 10th Career Walk-Off Hit for Most in Mets History (7.9.1 264
  • 434 Aaron Nola 3 RBI and 10 Ks in 7 SHO Innings for NL-Leading 12th Win (7.9.18) 423
  • 435 Daniel Robertson Walk-Off Hit in 10th Inning Seals 3-Hit Night (7.9.18) 143
  • 436 Bryan Holaday 4-3 Win on 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Lifts Marlins (7.9.18) 109
  • 437 Clayton Kershaw Historic Earned Run Average Through 2,000 Innings (7.9.18) 490
  • 438 Pablo Sandoval 11th-Inning Walk-Off Single Seals 2-1 Win (7.9.18) 148
  • 439 Manny Machado / Jonathan Schoop 2 Game-Tying HRs Lead to Walk-Off Win (7.10.18) 142
  • 440 Cincinnati Reds 7-Run 9th-Inning Rally Stuns Indians (7.10.18) 184
  • 441 Francisco Lindor 1st Indians Player with 50 XBH, 80 Runs Before All-Star Break (7.10.18) 272
  • 442 Alex Bregman Dribbler Up 1st Base Delivers Walk-Off After 2-HR Game (7.10.18) 237
  • 443 Buster Posey 13th-Inning Walk-Off Single Marks Team MLB-High 8th Walk-Off of Season (7. 246
  • 444 New York Yankees 152nd HR Sets MLB 1st-Half HR Record (7.11.18) 465
  • 445 Brandon Nimmo 3-Run, Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off HR Ends Scoreless Game (7.11.18) 328
  • 446 Ozzie Albies 6th Player Age 21 or Younger to Hit 20 HRs by All-Star Break (7.11.18) 702
  • 447 Cleveland Indians / Colorado Rockies 1st Time Ever 2 Teams Have 17+ Run Lead Through 4 Innings on Same Day (7.1 199
  • 448 Jose Ramirez / Francisco Lindor 1st Teammates 25 or Younger to Hit 25+ HRs Each Before All-Star Break (7.1 295
  • 449 German Marquez 1st Pitcher to Hit HR Off Position Player Since 1986 (7.11.18) 188
  • 450 Chris Sale 11+ Ks with 1 or No Walks in Last 5 Starts Extends MLB Record (7.11.18) 246
  • 451 Mookie Betts 13-Pitch At Bat Ends with Game-Changing Grand Slam (7.12.18) 562
  • 452 Boston Red Sox 66th Win Marks 10 in a Row and Pre-MLB ASG Break Record (7.12.18) 331
  • 453 Francisco Lindor Double Sets Record for Most XBH by SS Before MLB ASG Break (54) (7.12.18) 222
  • 454 Jose Ramirez 28 HRs Prior to ASG Break Sets Franchise Record (7.12.18) 202
  • 455 Javier Baez Mad Dash Home After Stolen Base Scores Game-Winning Run in the 10th (7.13. 492
  • 456 Trevor Story NL Record for RBI by SS Before MLB ASG Break (67) After 4-RBI Game (7.13.1 168
  • 457 Xander Bogaerts Shortstop?s 3rd Grand Slam of 2018 Goes for Walk-Off in the 10th Inning (7 363
  • 458 Starling Marte / Gregory Polanco 3rd Time in MLB History Duo Hits Back-to-Back HRs in Each Game of Double H 267
  • 459 Shin-Soo Choo BB Extends On-Base Streak to 50 Games ? Longest Since 2007 (7.14.18) 210
  • 460 Josh Bell 2-Out Double in 10th Seals Walk-Off, Series Sweer (7.15.18) 196
  • 461 Brian Dozier GS in 10th Delivers Wild Walk-Off Win (7.15.18) 179
  • 462 Trevor Story Walk-Off HR Caps Series Sweep of Mariners (7.15.18) 173
  • 463 New York Yankees 1st Bullpen to Record 400+ Ks Before MLB ASG Break (7.15.18) 458
  • 464 Rhys Hoskins 1st Player in HR Derby History to Hit 20 HRs in Semifinals (7.16.18) 920
  • 465 Kyle Schwarber Eliminates Rhys Hoskins with 21 HRs in Semifinals (7.16.18) 607
  • 466 Major League Baseball 221 Total HRs at 2018 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Sets Record (7.16.18) 1009
  • 467 Bryce Harper 2018 T-Mobile Home Run Derby Champion at Home Ballpark (7.16.18) 2573
  • 468 Chris Sale / Max Scherzer 1st Time Since 1939-40 Two Pitchers Start Consecutive MLB All-Star Game (7 483
  • 469 Aaron Judge 1st Career MLB ASG HR & 1st by Yankees Player Since 2003 (7.17.18) 1771
  • 470 Mike Trout HR Marks 6th Straight MLB ASG with Hit, Joining Elite Group (7.17.18) 969
  • 471 Willson Contreras First-Pitch HR in First Career MLB ASG Appearance (7.17.18) 578
  • 472 Scooter Gennett Game-Tying, 2-Run HR Sends MLB ASG to Extras, Sets Record (7.17.18) 581
  • 473 Alex Bregman / George Springer Back-to-Back, 10th-Inning HRs Power AL Win & Raise MLB ASG HR Record (7.17 601
  • 474 Alex Bregman Go-Ahead HR Earns Third Baseman 2018 MLB All-Star Game MVP Award (7.17.18) 782
  • 475 Matt Carpenter 1st Player Ever with 5 XBH (3 HR, 2 2B) in 1st 6 Innings (7.20.18) 363
  • 476 Manny Machado 2-for-3 with 2 Walks in Dodgers Debut (7.20.18) 1199
  • 477 Noah Syndergaard Fastest Mets Pitcher to 500 Career Ks (7.20.18) 407
  • 478 Jose Ramirez 4th Player in History with 30 HR and 20 SB in 1st 100 Games of Season (7.2 266
  • 479 Juan Soto / Ronald Acuna, Jr. 1st Opposing Players to HR in Same Game Before Turning 21 Since 1887 (7.20 1166
  • 480 Aledmys Diaz Two-Out Walk-Off Single in 10th Wins It for Blue Jays (7.20.18) 242
  • 481 Ronald Acuna Youngest Player Since 1900 with a HR and 2 SB in Same Game (7.20.18) 722
  • 482 Jonathan Lucroy Rescues Oakland Athletics with Walk-Off Hit in 11th (7.21.18) 148
  • 483 Matt Carpenter 8 Home Runs in 6-Game HR Streak, Makes History (7.21.18) 265
  • 484 Joe Mauer Twins All-Time Leader in Doubles, Hits Record 415th Double (7.21.18) 188
  • 485 Daniel Robertson 1st Walk-Off Grand Slam in Franchise History Caps 6-4 Win (7.22.18) 176
  • 486 Zack Greinke 13 Ks in 8 2-Hit Innings Cools Off Colorado Rockies (7.22.18) 126
  • 487 Boston Red Sox Fastest Red Sox Team to 70 Wins Since 1946 (7.22.18) 274
  • 488 Matt Chapman 2-Out Walk-Off Single in 10th Seals 6-5 Victory (7.22.18) 179
  • 489 Major League Baseball 32 Position Players Pitch in Games This Season, Most in Expansion Era (7.2 183
  • 490 Chase Utley Phillies Legend Receives Standing Ovation in Final Visit (7.23.18) 743
  • 491 Luis Severino 3rd Pitcher with 500 Career Strikeouts Before 25 in Yankees History (7.23. 374
  • 591 David Bote Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Grand Slam with 2 Outs Lifts Cubs to 4-3 Win (8.12.18) 2089
  • 592 Ronald Acuña, Jr. Leadoff HRs in Both Games of Doubleheader Make History (8.13.18) 2285
  • 593 Touki Toussaint 6 Strong Innings and a Win in MLB Debut (8.13.18) 754
  • 594 Jacob deGrom 12 Ks Vs. Yankees as String of Dominant Outings Continues (8.13.18) 683
  • 595 Paul DeJong 1st Career Walk-Off Hit a HR in 7-6 Win (8.13.18) 276
  • 596 Ryan Braun 2 HRs Lead 7-0 Rout of Cubs in Divisional Race Showdown (8.14.18) 168
  • 597 Taylor Ward 2-for-3 with an RBI in Impressive Angels Debut (8.14.18) 524
  • 598 Ronald Acuña, Jr. Youngest Ever to Homer in 5 Straight Games, Including 3 Straight Lead-Off 2410
  • 599 Dee Gordon Game-Winning, 2-Run HR in 12th Seals Divisional Race WIn (8.15.18) 193
  • 600 Brandon Nimmo 1st Career 5-Hit Game Powers 16-5 Rout of Orioles (8.15.18) 287
  • 601 Wilson Ramos 3 XBH, 3 RBI and 3 Runs Scored in Stellar Phillies Debut (8.15.18) 387
  • 602 New York Mets Franchise-Record 24 Runs Scored in Win Over Phillies (8.16.18) 426
  • 603 Texas Rangers 1st Triple Play Turned in Which Batter Was Not Retired Since 1912 (8.16.18 296
  • 604 Logan Forsythe Career-High 5-Hit Game Leads Charge in 15-8 Win (8.16.18) 209
  • 605 Clay Buchholz Complete Game Gem Marks 1st in Over 3 Years (8.16.18) 188
  • 606 Aaron Nola Youngest Franchise Player with 5 Double Digit Strikeout Games (8.17.18) 327
  • 607 Phillip Ervin Walk-Off HR Gives Reds Win Over Giants (8.17.18) 214
  • 608 Bryce Harper 500th RBI Contributes to Washington Nationals Victory (8.17.18) 501
  • 609 Chicago Cubs Ties MLB Record for 9-Inning Game with 7 Double Plays (8.17.18) 468
  • 610 Matt Olson 9th-Inning Rally Leads to 10th-Inning Walk-Off HR (8.17.18) 223
  • 611 Jacob deGrom Complete-Game Gem with 0 ERs Powers Mets Win (8.18.18) 350
  • 612 Alex Cobb Complete-Game Outing Leads 4-2 Victory (8.18.18) 148
  • 613 Colorado Rockies 9th-Inning Rally Powers 5-3 Win Over Braves (8.18.18) 151
  • 614 Jose Urena Reitres Final 16 Hitters in 1 Run, CG Gem (8.19.18) 189
  • 615 Adam Frazier 2nd Career Walk-Off HR Gives Pirates 11th Inning 2-1 Win (8.19.18) 230
  • 616 Justin Verlander Astros Alone in 1st Following 200th Career Win (8.19.18) 536
  • 617 Clayton Kershaw 2nd-Fastest Dodgers Pitcher to 150 Career Wins (8.19.18) 401
  • 618 Scott Kingery / Todd Frazier / Michael Conforto MLB Players Return to Roots at MLB Little League Classic (8.19.18) 578
  • 619 Amed Rosario 3-for-5 with 3 RBIs in MLB Little League Classic (8.19.18) 444
  • 620 Bryse Wilson Youngest Starting Pitcher to Win a 1-0 Game in MLB Debut (8.20.18)
  • 621 Matt Carpenter / Jedd Gyorko 2-HR 9th Silences Dodgers in 5-3 Victory (8.20.18) 180
  • 622 Ramon Laureano 1st 2 Career HRs Lead Athletics Back Into 1st-Place Tie (8.20.18) 512
  • 623 Giancarlo Stanton Standing Ovation, 2 Hits in 1st Return to Miami (8.21.18) 333
  • 624 Khris Davis 38th HR of Season Ties MLB Lead During Torrid Stretch (8.21.18) 180
  • 625 Michael Kopech Top Prospect Has 2 IP, 4 Ks in Rain-Shortened MLB Debut (8.21.18) 1063
  • 626 Thomas Pannone Holds Orioles Hitless Until 7th in 1st Career Start and Win (8.22.18) 375
  • 627 Ronald Acuna, Jr. / Ozzie Albies 1st Teammates Under Age 22 in MLB History with 20+ HRs in a Season (8.22.1 1725
  • 628 Daniel Murphy Collects 1st Hit, RBI in Debut with Cubs (8.22.18) 411
  • 629 Ryan Zimmerman 11th Career Walk-Off HR Tied for 8th-Most in MLB History (8.22.18) 289
  • 630 Jack Flaherty / Walker Buehler Youngest Pair of Pitchers to K 9 at Dodger Stadium Since 1966 (8.22.18) 473
  • 631 Aaron Nola Outduels Max Scherzer for 2-0 Win with 8 Scoreless IP (8.23.18) 317
  • 632 Cole Hamels 1st CG as Member of Cubs (8.23.18) 434
  • 633 Ian Desmond 2-Run, Walk-Off Smash Puts Rockies in Tie for WC (8.23.18) 236
  • 634 David Bote 2nd Walk-Off HR of Month Leads to Cubs 3-2 Win (8.24.18) 1089
  • 635 Milwaukee Brewers Brewers Outlast Pirates with 15th Inning Walk-Off (8.24.18) 154
  • 636 Mike Trout Hits a Triple in His First AB Following a DL Stint (8.24.18) 485
  • 637 Neil Walker / Luke Voit Tiebreaking HR in 10th and 2nd 2-Run Shot Assist Yankees Win (8.24.18) 311
  • 638 Hunter Dozier HR in 9th to Walk-Off Royals Over Indians (8.24.18) 213
  • 639 Joe Mauer / Rod Carew Passes Rod Carew on Twins Career Hit List with 5th Inning Single (8.24.18) 386
  • 640 Edwin Diaz Sets Mariners Single-Season Save Record in 6-3 Win Over Diamondbacks (8.24 263
  • 641 Matt Holliday Pinch-Hit, Two-Out HR in Scoreless Game in His Return to the Colorado Rock 249
  • 642 Edwin Diaz Earns 50th Save in 10th Inning, Leads to Comeback Victory (8.25.18) 255
  • 643 Justin Turner 12th-Inning, Game-Winning, RBI Double Following Power Outage (8.25.18) 246
  • 644 Kendrys Morales Homers in 6th Straight Game in Blue Jays Win (8.25.18) 163
  • 645 Kendrys Morales HR in 7th Straight Game Sets Blue Jays Record (8.26.18) 227
  • 646 Matt Carpenter 4 Doubles Matches MLB Record for a 9-Inning Game (8.26.18) 228
  • 647 Michael Kopech Shows Flashes of Brilliance in 1st MLB Win (8.26.18) 702
  • 648 Gleyber Torres / Miguel Andujar 1st Rookie Teammates in Yankees History with 20 HRs in Same Season (8.27.1 2529
  • 649 Arizona Diamondbacks Fastest Franchise in MLB History to Record 25,000th Strikeout (8.27.18) 362
  • 650 Shohei Ohtani 3rd Player in MLB History with 15 HRs and 4 Wins in a Season (8.27.18) 2967
  • 650 J Shohei Ohtani 3rd Player in MLB History with 15 HRs and 4 Wins in a Season (Japanese) (8 1717
  • 651 Neil Walker 9th-Inning, Pinch-Hit HR Caps Comeback Win (8.28.18) 278
  • 652 Tom Seaver / Jacob deGrom / Dwight Gooden deGrom?s Dominance Continues, Tying Records by Two Franchise Greats (8.28. 655
  • 653 Jakob Junis Dominating Performance in 1st Career Complete Game (8.28.18) 286
  • 654 Gorkys Hernandez Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off RBI Single Seals 1-0 Win Vs. Diamondbacks (8.28.18) 205
  • 655 Ben Zobrist Walk-Off Single Ends Rain-Suspended Game (8.29.18) 274
  • 656 Tyler White 1st Career Walk-Off HR Marks MLB Record 81st of 2018 (8.29.18) 227
  • 657 Major League Baseball 81 Walk-Off HRsin 2018 Season Sets MLB Record (8.29.18) 296
  • 658 Luis Urias 1st Career Hit Highlights 3-Hit Day (8.29.18) 680
  • 659 Francisco Lindor / Jose Ramirez 1st Pair of Infield Teammates in MLB History with 25+ HR, 20 SB (8.29.18) 262
  • 660 Boston Red Sox Rally for 11 Runs in 7th Inning to Pad Division Lead (8.29.18) 219
  • 661 Christian Yelich Triple Completes Cycle in 6-for-6 Game (8.29.18) 513
  • 662 Giancarlo Stanton 5th Fastest to Reach 300 Career HRs (8.30.18) 1143
  • 663 Lorenzo Cain Go-Ahead HR in 11th Seals 2nd Straight Extra-Innings Win (8.30.18) 189
  • 664 Ronald Acuna, Jr. / Hank Aaron Acuna Jr.?s 38th Hit in August Breaks Aaron?s Record for 20-Year-Old Brave 1228
  • 665 Albert Almora, Jr. / Javier Baez Pair of Impressive Catches Helps Preserve One-Run Victory (8.30.18) 377
  • 666 Franmil Reyes Walk-Off HR in the 13th Powers 3-2 Win (8.30.18) 400
  • 667 Asdrubal Cabrera 10th Inning Walk-Off HR Clinches 2-1 Win (8.31.18) 260
  • 668 Miguel Andujar / Aaron Judge / Gary Sanchez Andujar Becomes 3rd Different Rookie in Franchise History with 10 HRs in a 1151
  • 669 Dellin Betances First Reliver Ever with 100+ Ks in 5 Consecutive Seasons (9.1.18) 433
  • 670 Whit Merrifield 2-Run, Walk-Off Home Run Caps 5-4 Win (9.1.18) 239
  • 671 Seattle Mariners Paxton and Bullpen Collect 18 Ks in Big Division Win (9.1.18) 162
  • 672 Matt Kemp Dramatic 8th-Inning HR Defeats Diamondbacks and Ties NL West Division (9.1 319
  • 673 Javier Baez 1st Cubs Player Ever with 30 HRs, 5 3Bs, 20 SB & 100 RBI in a Season (9.2. 915
  • 674 Daniel Palka Solo HR Comes 4 Pitches After Near-HR Is Overturned (9.2.18) 364
  • 675 Ronald Acuña, Jr. 7th Leadoff Home Run of the Seasons Ties Braves Record (9.2.18) 1130
  • 676 Noah Syndergaard 2-Hit, 11-K Gem for First Career Complete Game (9.2.18) 379
  • 677 Matt Kemp Walk-Off Double Gives Dodgers Division Lead (9.2.18) 271
  • 678 Shohei Ohtani 1st Player Since Babe Ruth (1919) with 50 IP & 15 HR in a Season (9.2.18) 2161
  • 678 J Shohei Ohtani 1st Player Since Babe Ruth (1919) with 50 IP & 15 HR in a Season (Japanese 1604
  • 679 Max Scherzer / Randy Johnson / Nolan Ryan / Roger Clemens Scherzer Joins Elite Group as 4th Pitcher in History with 5 250-K Seasons 667
  • 680 Juan Soto 8th Intentional Walk Ties Ken Griffey Jr. for Most by a Teenager (9.3.18) 1128
  • 681 Bryce Harper Game-Tying, 2-Run HR in 9th, Game-Winning Sac Fly in 10th Seals 4-3 Win (9 304
  • 682 Matt Davidson 4-2 Secured with 2-Run, Walk-Off HR (9.3.18) 221
  • 683 Francisco Lindor / Jose Ramirez 1st Infielders in MLB History with 30+ HRs and 20+ Stolen Bases in Single 326
  • 684 Jack Flaherty 174 Ks Through First 33 Career Starts Set Cardinals Record (9.3.18) 381
  • 685 Jacob deGrom 25th Straight Start of 3 Runs or Fewer Allowed Sets MLB Moder-Day Record ( 623
  • 686 J.D. Martinez / Justin Turner Named AL and NL Players of the Month (9.4.18) 368
  • 687 Miguel Andujar / Ronald Acuna, Jr. Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (9.4.18) 1784
  • 688 Juan Soto Most Walks in a Season by a Teenager Since 1900 (9.4.18) 953
  • 689 Ronald Acuña, Jr. 8th Leadoff HR Sets Single Season Braves Record (9.5.18) 1475
  • 690 Brandon Phillips 9th Inning 2-Run HR Seals Comeback Win in Red Sox Debut (9.5.18) 365
  • 691 Trevor Story Farthest Hit of Statcast Era Part of 3 HR Night (9.5.18) 412
  • 692 Shohei Ohtani Post TJ Recommendation, Only Player w/Two 2 HR/1 SB Games in 2018 (9.5.18) 1684
  • 692 J Shohei Ohtani Post TJ Recommendation, Only Player w/Two 2 HR/1 SB Games in 2018 (Japanes 1129
  • 693 Rowdy Tellez Doubles in First 3 PAs Set MLB Record (9.6.18) 482
  • 694 Francisco Lindor 6 Multi-HR Games from Leadoff Spot in 2018 Sets MLB Record (9.6.18) 363
  • 695 David Bote Extra-Inning, Go-Ahead RBI Double Powers Win (9.6.18) 706
  • 696 Francisco Mejia Top Catching Prospect Homers Twice in First Two At-Bats of Padres Debut (9 893
  • 697 Shohei Ohtani 19th HR of Season Sets MLB Record for Japanese Rookies (9.7.18) 2024
  • 697 J Shohei Ohtani 19th HR of Season Sets MLB Record for Japanese Rookies (Japanese) (9.7.18) 1325
  • 698 Jeimer Candelario Two-Run, Walk-Off HR Caps 5-3 Win (9.7.18) 175
  • 699 Rowdy Tellez 1st AL Rookie Since DiMaggio (1936) with 6 2Bs Over 3-Game Stretch (9.7.18 373
  • 700 Kevin Pillar 440-Foot, Walk-Off HR in the 11th Powers Win (9.7.18) 211
  • 701 Carlos Carrasco 14 Strikeouts Over 8 Brilliant Innings (9.7.18) 181
  • 702 Max Scherzer 11-K Complete Game for 17th Win (9.8.18) 328
  • 703 Mike Trout 2 HRs in Second Career 5-for-5 Game (9.8.18) 674
  • 704 Jorge Lopez 8 Perfect Innings Fuels 4-1 Win (9.8.18) 269
  • 705 Mookie Betts 1st to Hit 40+ Doubles and Steal 20+ Bases in 4 Straight Seasons (9.8.18) 608
  • 706 Jose Ramirez 39th Player in MLB History to Join 30-30 Club (9.9.18) 325
  • 707 Ronald Acuña, Jr. 7th Player in MLB History with 25 HRs Before Turning 21 (9.9.18) 1205
  • 708 Atlanta Braves 3 HRs in 9th Complete Braves Rally Vs. Diamondbacks (9.9.18) 284
  • 709 Rally Squirrel Cardinals Score 5 Runs After 2011 Rally Squirrel Returns in 7th Inning (9. 2294
  • 710 Mitch Haniger Spectacular Diving Catch Ends Game, Secures 3-2 Win Over Yankees (9.9.18) 223
  • 711 Willians Astudillo Walk-Off HR Seals Series Win Over Royals (9.9.18) 311
  • 712 Mitch Moreland Walk-Off Single Ends Riveting Final Game of Series (9.9.18) 218
  • 713 Justin Verlander 10-K Win in Emotional Return to Detroit (9.10.18) 381
  • 714 Ji-Man Choi Two-Run, Walk-Off HR Powers 12th Straight Win at Home (9.10.18) 222
  • 715 Trevor Story 1st SS in MLB History w/ 100 RBI, 40 2B, 30 HR and 25 SB in a Season (9.11 420
  • 716 Jacob deGrom Allows 3 R or Fewer in 26 Straight Starts Setting Single-Season MLB Record 602
  • 717 Juan Soto Most Multi-HR Games by a Teenager (3) in MLB History (9.11.18) 1516
  • 718 Mike Foltynewicz CG Gem Helps Braves Pad NL East Division Lead (9.11.18) 251
  • 719 Boston Red Sox Clinch 2018 MLB Postseason Berth (9.11.18) 308
  • 720 Alex Bregman 1st 3B in MLB History with 30 HR and 50 2B in a Season (9.12.18) 526
  • 721 Boston Red Sox 1st 100-Win Season Since 1946 (9.12.18) 721
  • 722 DJ Lemahieu 1st Career Walk-Off HR Seals 5-4 Win (9.12.18) 197
  • 723 Nolan Arenado Youngest 3B-Man (27) to Have 4 Straight 30-HR, 100-RBI Seasons (9.13.18) 268
  • 724 Javier Baez Timely Bunt Caps Big Day in 10-Inning Win (9.13.18) 376
  • 725 Michael Conforto / Todd Frazier Back-to-Back, 2-Out HRs Seal 4-3, Walk-Off Win (9.13.18) 283
  • 726 Juan Soto 1st 19-Year-Old in MLB History with 20 HRs & .900 OPS (9.14.18) 1642
  • 727 Khris Davis Go-Ahead, 10th-Inning HR Seals 2-1 Win (9.14.18) 219
  • 728 Salvador Perez Walk-Off Grand Slam Caps Wild 9th-Inning Rally (9.14.18) 295
  • 729 Walker Buehler 8 SO Innings with 9 Ks Pulls Dodgers Into WC Tie (9.14.18) 605
  • 730 Chris Stratton 2-Hits the Rockies in CG SO (9.14.18) 212
  • 731 Juan Soto First Teen with 3 Steals in 1 Game (9.15.18) 1058
  • 732 Yasiel Puig 3 HRs Power Victory Over Cardinals (9.15.18) 354
  • 733 Cleveland Indians Clinch 2018 AL Central Division (9.15.18) 298
  • 734 Didi Gregorius Breaks Franchise Record for Most HR by SS (9.15.18) 443
  • 735 Francisco Mejia Walk-Off Grand Slam Caps Wild 7-3 Win (9.16.18) 429
  • 736 Adam Wainwright Pitcher?s 1st Win Since April Puts Cardinals in Wild Card Tie (9.16.18) 183
  • 737 Jacob deGrom / Chris Sale Pitchers with 100 IP and Sub 2.00 ERA Face Off for First Time Since 1985 ( 472
  • 738 Victor Robles Mammoth 1st Career HR a 427-Foot Shot (9.17.18) 1019
  • 739 Christian Yelich 1st Player to Hit 2 Cycles in 1 Season Vs. the Same Team (9.17.18) 758
  • 740 Michael Conforto 3-Hit, 6-RBI Night Leads Mets Over Phillies (9.17.18) 248
  • 741 Jacob Stallings 2nd Walk-Off Hit in 22 Career Games Seals Pirates 7-6 Win (9.17.18) 278
  • 742 New York Yankees 11 Players with 10+ HRs in a Season Ties MLB Record (9.18.18) 699
  • 743 Corey Kluber 11-K Outing Powers Career-High 19th Win (9.18.18) 219
  • 744 Josh James 1st MLB Win in Astros 7-0, Shutout Victory (9.18.18) 389
  • 745 Blake Snell Youngest AL Pitcher to Win 20 Games in a Season Since 2004 (9.18.18) 275
  • 746 Baltimore Orioles 1st Professional Sports Team to Wear Braille Jerseys (9.18.18) 330
  • 747 Ryan Lavarnway 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals 2-1 Win (9.18.18) 203
  • 748 Chris Taylor Walk-Off HR Sinks Colorado Rockies, Pads Division Lead (9.18.18) 281
  • 749 Miguel Andujar Joins Impressive Yankees Rookies with 25th HR of Season (9.19.18) 1336
  • 750 Justus Sheffield Scoreless 9th in MLB Debut (9.19.18) 1717
  • 751 Jason Kipnis Dramatic 9th-Inning, Walk-Off GS Marks 1,000th Career Hit (9.19.18) 357
  • 752 Los Angeles Dodgers 7 Hitters with 20+ HRs This Season Sets NL Record (9.19.18) 340
  • 753 Francisco Arcia 1st Player to Catch, Pitch and Homer in the Same Game (9.20.18) 343
  • 754 New York Yankees 12 Players with Double-Digit Home Runs Sets MLB Record (9.20.18) 681
  • 755 Max Scherzer 290 Strikeous Marks Most in a Season in Washington Nationals History (9.20 294
  • 756 Toronto Blue Jays 3 HRs in 7-Run 9th-Inning Rally, Stuns Rays (9.20.18) 257
  • 757 Boston Red Sox Win 3 Straight Division Titles for the 1st Time in Franchise History (9.20 476
  • 758 Khris Davis 2 HR Night Includes Walk-Off Blast to Seal Win (9.21.18) 241
  • 759 Yuli Gurriel / Lourdes Gurriel Jr First Pair of Brothers to Have Multi HR Games on Same Day (9.21.18) 420
  • 760 Jacob deGrom 23 Consecutive Quality Starts Sets MLB Single-Season Record (9.21.18) 476
  • 761 Houston Astros Defending Champions Clich Postseason Berth (9.21.18) 309
  • 762 Isaac Galloway Extra-Inning Walk-Off Double Seals Victory Over Reds (9.21.18) 260
  • 763 Ronald Acuna, Jr. / Mike Trout / Alex Rodriguez / Orlando Cepeda Acuna Jr. Becomes 4th Player with 25 HRs, 15 SBs in Age-20 Season or Young 963
  • 764 Atlanta Braves Clinch 2018 NL East Division (9.22.18) 430
  • 765 Tyler O�Neill 10th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 5-4 Win (9.22.18) 384
  • 766 Corey Kluber / Trevor Bauer / Carlos Carrasco / Mike Clevinger Indians Become 1st Team to Have Four Starters Each with 200+ Ks in a Seaso 437
  • 767 New York Yankees Clinch AL Wild Card Berth with 11-Inning Win Over Orioles (9.22.18) 534
  • 768 Aaron Hicks Walk-Off Double Locks in 3-2 Win Over the Orioles (9.22.18) 386
  • 769 Victor Martinez Retires with Tigers After a 16-Year Career (9.22.18) 243
  • 770 Michael Brantley Walk-Off Single Seals 5-4 Win Over Red Sox in 11 Innings (9.22.18) 229
  • 771 Blake Snell Earns Franchise Record 21st Win of Year (9.23.18) 223
  • 772 Matt Kemp Hits HR for 1,000th Career RBI on 34th Birthday (9.23.18) 269
  • 773 Adrian Beltre Emotional Sendoff in Potential Final Home Game (9.23.18) 246
  • 774 Greg Allen 11th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Caps 2018 Home Slate (9.23.18) 313
  • 775 Juan Soto 66th RBI Marks 4th-Most RBI in a Season as a Teenager (9.24.18) 1051
  • 776 Bryce Harper 1st Time in MLB Career to Reach 100 RBI in a Season (9.24.18) 510
  • 777 Khris Davis 2nd Player in Franchise History with 45+ HRs and 120+ RBI in a Season (9.2 303
  • 778 Oakland Athletics Clinch AL Wild Card Spot with 7-3 Win Over the Mariners (9.24.18) 251
  • 779 Boston Red Sox 106th Win Sets Franchise Record (9.24.18) 530
  • 780 Jose Briceno 5-4 Win Sealed with 1th-Inning, Pinch-Hit, Walk-Off Home Run (9.24.18) 312
  • 781 Trevor Story 4th SS in NL History to Reach 80 XBH in a Season (9.24.18) 218
  • 782 Joe Mauer 3,073rd Time Reaching Base Safely Sets Franchise Record (9.25.18) 205
  • 783 Max Scherzer / Clayton Kershaw / Chris Sale Scherzer Joins Kershaw & Sale as Only Pitchers with 300 Ks in a Season Thi 522
  • 784 Christian Yelich Reaches 100 RBI This Season with Career-High 6-RBI Night (9.25.18) 326
  • 785 Eduardo Escobar 9th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Seals 4-3 Win (9.25.18) 160
  • 786 Miguel Andujar 3rd Most Home Runs (26) by a Yankees Rookie in a Season (9.25.18) 802
  • 788 Chris Hermann Walk-Off Home Run in 11th Inning Stuns Oakland Athletics (9.25.18) 162
  • 789 Mookie Betts 40th Member of 30-30 Club, 2nd in Franchise History (9.26.18) 559
  • 790 Rafael Devers / Ted Williams Devers Ties Williams for Most RBI (6) in a Game by Red Sox Player Under 22 492
  • 791 German Marquez Ties Modern-Day MLB Mark with 8 Ks to Start Game (9.26.18) 194
  • 792 Jacob deGrom Caps Brilliant 2018 by Becoming Fastest to 1,000 Ks in Mets History (9.26. 792
  • 793 Milwaukee Brewers Clinch 2018 Postseason Spot (9.26.18) 249
  • 794 Chicago Cubs Clinch 2018 Postseason Spot (9.26.18) 378
  • 795 Albert Almora, Jr. Two-Out, 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Holds NL Central Division Lead (9.26 310
  • 796 Trevor Story 4th Different NL Shortstop to Hit 35 HRs in a Season (9.27.18) 262
  • 797 Wade Davis 42nd Save of Season Sets Colorado Rockies Single-Season Saves Record (9.27 221
  • 798 Salvador Perez 2-Out, Walk-Off Single in the 10th Inning Seals a 2-1 Win (9.27.18) 219
  • 799 Atlanta Braves 1st Time in MLB History 3 Braves Reach 40 Doubles in a Season (9.28.18) 348
  • 800 David Wright Mets Captain Pinch-Hits, Receives Ovation in First At-Bat Since 2016 (9.28 1307
  • 801 New York Yankees 264th HR of 2018 Ties MLB Single-Season HR Record (9.28.18) 1000
  • 802 David Dahl 5 Straight Games with a Home Run (9.28.18) 232
  • 803 Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies Clinch 2018 Postseason Berth (9.28.18) 238
  • 804 Gleyber Torres Yankees 265th HR of 2018 Sets Single-Season MLB Record (9.29.18) 1867
  • 805 Miguel Andujar 45th Double Passes DiMaggio for Most 2Bs by a Yankees Rookie (9.29.18) 1652
  • 806 Joc Pederson 8th Leadoff HR of 2018 Sets Dodgers Single-Season Record (9.29.18) 326
  • 807 Los Angeles Dodgers Clinch 2018 Postseason Berth (9.29.18) 372
  • 808 Juan Soto / Bryce Harper Soto?s 22nd HR of 2018 Ties Harper for 2nd-Most by a Teenager in MLB Histo 1140
  • 809 Christian Yelich 2-HR Game Sends Brewers to Top of NL Central Division (9.29.18) 410
  • 810 David Wright Mets Captain Starts at 3B, Bids Farewell in Final Career Game (9.29.18) 2592
  • 811 Austin Jackson Walk-Off Double in 13th Seals 1-0 Win for David Wright?s Final Game (9.29. 455
  • 812 New York Yankees / Boston Red Sox / Houston Astros 3 Teams in 1 League (AL) with 100+ Wins for First Time in MLB History (9.2 734
  • 813 Noah Syndergaard Throws 1st Career SHO and Breaks Bat Swinging in Final Game of Season (9.3 408
  • 814 J.D. Martinez 43rd HR Marks Most Ever by First-Year Sox Player (9.30.18) 320
  • 815 Charlie Blackmon 1st Player Ever to Hit for the Cycle in Game 162 (9.30.18) 341
  • 816 Taylor Ward 2-Run, Walk-Off HR Caps 9th-Inning Comeback Win (9.30.18) 316
  • 817 Joe Mauer Catches for 1st Time in 5 Years in Potential Final Game (9.30.18) 1293
  • 818 Adam Jones Receives Standing Ovation in Potential Final Game with Team (9.30.18) 311
  • 819 Chicago Cubs / Milwaukee Brewers Game 163 to Determine NL Central Division Title & Wild Card Seeding (9.30. 443
  • 820 Los Angeles Dodgers / Colorado Rockies Game 163 to Determine NL West Division Title & Wild Card Seeding (9.30.18) 295
  • 821 Anthony Rizzo 4th in Franchise History with 3 Seasons of 30 HRs, 30 2Bs & 100 RBI (9.30. 446
  • 822 Juan Soto Finishes 2018 Season with Highest OPS by a Teenager in MLB History (9.30.1 1281
  • 823 Mike Trout / Christian Yelich Named AL and NL Players of the Month (10.1.18) 714
  • 824 Shohei Ohtani / Juan Soto Named AL and NL Rookies of the Month (10.1.18) 2265
  • 825 Christian Yelich 1st Batting Champ in Club History After 3-for-4 Game 163 (10.1.18) 439
  • 826 Josh Hader Powers Clinch of NL Central Division with 2-Inning Save (10.1.18) 275
  • 827 Milwaukee Brewers Win 1st Division Title Since 2011 in Game 163 (10.1.18) 356
  • 828 Walker Buehler 6 2/3 Scoreless IP & 1st Career RBI Lead Charge to Division Crown (10.1.18 995
  • 829 Cody Bellinger / Max Muncy Each Hit a 2-Run HR to Power Dodgers to NL West Division Title (10.1.18) 389
  • 830 Los Angeles Dodgers Win 6th Straight NL West Division Title in Tiebreaker Game (10.1.18) 419
  • 831 Kyle Freeland 1st Pitcher in Franchise History with 6+ SHO IP in a Postseason Game (10.2 352
  • 832 Tony Wolters RBI Single in 13th Inning Seals 2-1 NL Wild Card Game Win (10.2.18) 292
  • 833 Chicago Cubs Longest Postseason Game in Wrigley Field History (4 Hours, 55 Minutes) (10 382
  • 834 Colorado Rockies Advance to NLDS with 13-Inning Win Over Cubs in NL WIld Card Game (10.2.18 360
  • 835 Aaron Judge 1st Player to Homer in 2 Wild Card Games (10.3.18) 1418
  • 836 Luke Voit 6th-Inning, 2-Run Triple Extends Yankees Lead to 5-0 (10.3.18) 900
  • 837 Giancarlo Stanton Smacks 443-Foot HR in 1st Career Postseason Game (10.3.18) 759
  • 838 Dellin Betances Earns Win with 3 Ks in 2 Perfect Innings Pitched (10.3.18) 589
  • 839 New York Yankees Advance to ALDS with 7-2 Win Over Oakland Athletics in AL Wild Card Game ( 742
  • 840 Hyun-Jin Ryu 7 Scoreless IP in Stellar Start Kicks Off Postseason Play for the Dodgers 359
  • 841 Joc Pederson 6th Player to Homer in 1st PA of Postseason (10.4.18) 272
  • 842 Max Muncy 3-Run HR Leads Offense in NLDS Game 1 Victory (10.4.18) 330
  • 843 Christian Yelich 2-Run HR Gives Brewers Early Lead in NLDS Game 1 (10.4.18) 340
  • 844 Mike Moustakas 10th-Inning, Walk-Off Single Seals NLDS Game 1 Win (10.4.18) 280
  • 845 Alex Bregman 4th-Inning HR Off Kluber Opens Scoring in ALDS Game 1 (10.5.18) 331
  • 846 George Springer / Jose Altuve Back-to-Back HRs Power Offense in 7-2 Win (10.5.18) 292
  • 847 Justin Verlander Astros Ace Takes No-Hit Bid into 6th Inning (10.5.18) 372
  • 848 Jhoulys Chacin / Jeremy Jeffress Chacin?s 5 Scoreless IP and Jeffress?s 6-Out Save Fuel Shutout Win (10.5.1 246
  • 849 J.D. Martinez 3-Run HR Over Green Monster Wall Opens Scoring in ALDS Game 1 Win (10.5.18 324
  • 850 Clayton Kershaw 8 Scoreless Innings Power NLDS Game 2 Win (10.5.18) 447
  • 851 Gerrit Cole Dominant 12-K Gem Fuels ALDS Game 2 Win (10.6.18) 370
  • 852 Alex Bregman 2nd HR in 2 Games Powers 3-1 Win in ALDS Game 2 (10.6.18)
  • 853 Aaron Judge 1st Yankees Player to Homer in Each of Club?s 1st 3 Postseason Games Since 432
  • 854 Gary Sanchez 2 HRs Lead to 6-2 Win in ALDS Game 2 (10.6.18) 1361
  • 855 Milwaukee Brewers Sweep Colorado Rockies to Advance to NLCS (10.7.18) 768
  • 856 Ronald Acuña, Jr. Youngest Player in Postseason History with a Grand Slam (10.7.18) 2337
  • 857 Milwaukee Brewers Shutout Seals Brewers Victory in NLDS (10.7.18) 246
  • 858 Kurt Suzuki Clutch Tag at Home Keeps Game Tied (10.7.18) 258
  • 859 Freddie Freeman 6th-Inning, Go-Ahead HR Powers Braves Win (10.7.18) 356
  • 860 Mike Clevinger 9 Ks Mark Most by Indians Pitcher in 1st Postseason Start (10.8.18) 222
  • 861 George Springer 2-HR Game Sets Astros Postseason Record (10.8.18) 332
  • 862 Marwin Gonzalez Breaks Up Tie with 2-Run Double in 7th Inning (10.8.18) 278
  • 863 Houston Astros HR in 12 Straight Games Ties Postseason Record (10.8.18) 309
  • 864 Houston Astros Advance to ALCS After Franchise?s 1st Postseason Sweep (10.8.18) 385
  • 865 Manny Machado 7th-Inning HR Seals NLDS Game 4 Series Win (10.8.18) 424
  • 866 Los Angeles Dodgers Advance to NLCS for Franchise-Record 3rd Straight Year (10.8.18) 503
  • 867 Andrew Benintendi 3-Run Double Breaks Game 3 Vs. Yankees Open 7-0 (10.8.18) 366
  • 868 Boston Red Sox 7-Run 4th Inning Sparks Most Runs Scored in Franchise Road Postseason Game 394
  • 869 Brock Holt 1st Cycle in MLB Postseason History (10.8.18) 1222
  • 870 Rick Porcello Earns Win on the Road in ALDS-Clinching, Game 4 victory (10.9.18) 346
  • 871 Christian Vazquez Solo HR in 4th Inning Ultimately Marks Game-Deciding Run (10.9.18) 348
  • 872 Chris Sale 1-2-3 8th Inning in ALDS Clinching Win (10.9.18) 360
  • 873 Steve Pearce Game-Ending Stretch at 1st Base for the Final Out Seals ALCS Trip (10.9.18 427
  • 874 Boston Red Sox Advance to ALCS by Matching Postseason History at Yankee Stadium (10.9.18) 523
  • 875 Manny Machado 2nd-Inning HR in FIrst At Bat of NLCS Highlights 3-RBI Night (10.12.18) 343
  • 876 Brandon Woodruff Relief Pitcher Crushes 407 Ft. HR Off Kershaw and Collects 4 Ks and Win (1 492
  • 877 Jesus Aguilar Home Run in the 7th Proves to Be Game Winner in 6-5 Win (10.12.18) 261
  • 878 Josh Hader 3 Scoreless IP in Relief in NLCS Game 1 Win (10.12.18) 298
  • 879 Lorenzo Cain Leaping HR Robbery in First Inning of NLCS Game 2 (10.13.18) 307
  • 880 Justin Turner Go-Ahead, 8th-Inning HR Fuels 4-3 Win in MLCS Game 2 (10.13.18) 990
  • 881 Justin Verlander 2nd Most Wins by AL Pitcher in Postseason History (10.13.18) 386
  • 882 George Springer 2-RBI Single Opens Scoring in ALCS Game 1 Victory (10.13.18) 290
  • 883 Carlos Correa Go-Ahead RBI in the 6th Gives Astros 3-2 Lead (10.13.18) 325
  • 884 Josh Reddick / Yuli Gurriel Pair of 8th-Inning HRs Seal 7-2 ALCS Game 1 Win (10.13.18) 271
  • 885 Gerrit Cole / David Price 1st Pair of #1 Overall Draft Picks to Start Against Each Other in a Postse 299
  • 886 George Springer 11-Game Hit Streak Sets Astros Postseason Record (10.14.18) 281
  • 887 Andrew Benintendi / Rafael Devers Pair of RBI Singles in 1st Inning Give Red Sox 2-0 Lead in ALCS Game 2 (10 261
  • 888 Jackie Bradley, Jr. 3-Run Double in 3rd Inning Gives Lead Back to the Red Sox (10.14.18) 273
  • 889 Rick Porcello 2 Ks in 8th Inning Hold Paves Way to Series-Tying Win (10.14.18) 268
  • 890 Ryan Braun 1st-Inning RBI Puts the Brewers on the Board (10.15.18) 254
  • 891 Orlando Arcia 2-Run HR Marks 3rd of Postseason and Gives 4-0 Lead (10.15.18) 330
  • 892 Jhoulys Chacin 6th Pitcher with 5 SHO Innings in 1st 2 Postseason Appearances (10.15.18) 271
  • 893 Tony Kemp Incredible Leaping Catch at the Wall Keeps Red Sox at Bay (10.16.18) 236
  • 894 Steve Pearce Breaks 2-2 Tie with Lead-Off HR in Sixth Inning (10.16.18) 277
  • 895 Nathan Eovaldi 2nd Straight Quality Start in 1st Two Postseason Games (10.16.18) 247
  • 896 Jackie Bradley, Jr. 6th Grand Slam in Red Sox Postseason History Seals 8-2 ALCS Game 3 Win (10 573
  • 897 Milwaukee Brewers 17 Ks by Bullpen Marks Most Ever in a Postseason Game (10.16.18) 261
  • 898 Cody Bellinger Incredible Diving Catch in the 10th Inning Keeps Dodgers Hopes Alive (10.1 709
  • 899 Cody Bellinger 1st Career Walk-Off Hit Wins NLCS Game 4 in the 13th (10.16.18) 742
  • 900 Clayton Kershaw Most Postseason Starts (8) Allowing 1 Run & 3 Hits or Fewer (10.17.18) 615
  • 901 Austin Barnes Game-Tying, RBI Single in 5th Shifts Momentum in Crucial At-Bat (10.17.18) 265
  • 902 Max Muncy RBI Single in 6th Inning Gives Dodgers 2-1 Lead (10.17.18) 274
  • 903 Yasiel Puig 6th-Inning RBI Single Marks Game-Winning Run in NLCS Game 5 (10.17.18) 336
  • 904 Rafael Devers 2-Run Single Gets Red Sox on the Board in the 1st Inning (10.17.18) 395
  • 905 Tony Kemp 4th-Inning Home Run Gives Astros 4-3 Lead (10.17.18) 246
  • 906 Xander Bogaerts RBI Single in 5th Inning Ties the Game at 4-4 (10.17.18) 269
  • 907 Jackie Bradley, Jr. Red Sox Retake the Lead with 2-Run Home Run in the 6th (10.17.18) 329
  • 908 Andrew Benintendi Game-Saving Catch for Final Out Gives Red Sox 3-1 Series Lead in ALCS (10. 795
  • 909 J.D. Martinez Solo Home Run Off Justin Verlander Gets Red Sox on the Board (10.18.18) 466
  • 910 Rafael Devers 6th-Inning, 3-Run Home Run Propels Red Sox to World Series (10.18.18) 744
  • 911 Mookie Betts Robs Potential XBH in Bottom of the 6th Inning with Leaping Grab (10.18.18 634
  • 912 David Price 1st Career Postseason Win Sends Red Sox to World Series (10.18.18) 461
  • 913 Nathan Eovaldi 1.1 IP in Relief Silences Astros Lineup (10.18.18) 424
  • 914 Boston Red Sox Defeat Defending Champions to Return to World Series for 1st Time Since 20 1158
  • 915 Yasiel Puig 52nd Postseason Appearance Sets Franchise Record (10.19.18) 253
  • 916 Wade Miley 1st Pitcher Since 1930 to Start Back-to-Back Postseason Games (10.19.18) 244
  • 917 David Freese Lead-Off HR Starts Scoring in NLCS Game 6 (10.19.18) 247
  • 918 Jesus Aguilar 3 RBI Night Powers Brewers Victory (10.19.18) 229
  • 919 Mike Moustakas / Eric Kratz / Ryan Braun RBI Hits Fuel 7-2 Victory in Must-Win Game Over Dodgers (10.19.18) 265
  • 920 Walker Buehler 7 Ks and 1 ER in NLCS Game 7 Victory (10.20.18) 1096
  • 921 Cody Bellinger 2-Run HR Powers Game 7 Win, Named MLCS MVP (10.20.18) 763
  • 922 Chris Taylor Incredible Catch in the 5th Robs Brewers of Tying Run (10.20.18) 733
  • 923 Yasiel Puig 3-Run HR and Wild Celebration Highlights NLCS Game 7 Win (10.20.18) 722
  • 924 Clayton Kershaw Ace Closes Out NLCS Game 7 with 1-2-3 9th Inning (10.20.18) 744
  • 925 Los Angeles Dodgers Advance to the 2018 World Series with 5-1 Win in NLCS Game 7 (10.20.18) 1189
  • 926 Carl Yastrzemski Throws Ceremonial 1st Pitch of World Series Game 1 (10.23.18) 758
  • 927 Clayton Kershaw 1st Pitcher Since Jack Morris (1991-92) to Start Back-to-Back World Series 471
  • 928 J.D. Martinez 2-for-3 with 2 RBI and a Walk Propels Red Sox (10.23.18) 445
  • 929 Andrew Benintendi 3rd Player in Franchise History with 4-Hit World Series Game (10.23.18) 591
  • 930 Eduardo Nunez Pinch-Hit, 3-Run HR in 7th Inning Seals 8-4 Game 1 Win (10.23.18) 510
  • 931 Ian Kinsler 2-Out RBI Single Gives Red Sox 1-0 Lead in Bottom of the 2nd (10.24.18) 409
  • 932 Andrew Benintendi 5th-Inning Leaping Catch Stuns Dodgers (10.24.18) 917
  • 933 J.D. Martinez Game-Winning, 2-RBI Single in 5th Gives Red Sox 2-0 Series Lead (10.24.18) 458
  • 934 Mookie Betts 3-Hit Game Ignites Red Sox Offense in Game 2 (10.24.18) 521
  • 935 David Price Ks 5 in 6 Solid Innings Pitched for Game 2 Win (10.24.18) 434
  • 936 Walker Buehler Youngest Dodgers Pitcher with 7+ Scoreless IP in a World Series Game Since 1312
  • 937 Joc Pederson Solo HR Opens Scoring in World Series Game 3 (10.26.18) 412
  • 938 Jackie Bradley, Jr. Clutch 6th-Inning Solo HR Ties World Series Game 3 1-1 (10.26.18) 465
  • 939 Cody Bellinger Throws Out Runner at Home in the 10th to Preserve 1-1 Tie (10.26.18) 571
  • 940 Eduardo Nunez / Brock Holt Infield Hit Follows Walk & Stolen Base to Provide Lead Run in the 13th (10 395
  • 941 Yasiel Puig 2-Out Base Hit Leads to Tying Run in the Bottom of the 13th (10.26.18) 420
  • 942 Max Muncy 18th-Inning, Walk-Off HR Caps Wild Win in Game 3 (10.26.18) 1153
  • 943 Los Angeles Dodgers Defeat Red Sox 3-2 in Longest Game in World Series History (10.26.18) 1165
  • 944 Chrstian Yelich NL Winner of the 2018 Hank Aaron Award (10.26.18) 468
  • 945 J.D. Martinez AL Winner of the 2018 Hank Aaron Award (10.26.18) 462
  • 946 Rich Hill 6.1 IP with 1 Hit, 1 ER Allowed in World Series Game 4 (10.27.18)
  • 947 Yasiel Puig 3-Run HR Gives Dodgers 4-0 Lead in the 6th (10.27.18)
  • 948 Mitch Moreland 3-Run, Pinch-Hit HR Pulls Red Sox Within 1 Run in the Top of the 7th (10.2
  • 949 Rafael Devers RBI Single in 9th Gives Red Sox Their 1st Lead of the Game (10.27.18)
  • 950 Steve Pearce Game-Tying HR in the 8th and 3-Run Double in the 9th Power Comeback Win (1
  • 951 Steve Pearce 2-Run HR in 1st and Solo HR in 8th Power Red Sox in Game 5 (10.28.18)
  • 952 Mookie Betts 6th-Inning Solo HR Gives Red Sox 3-1 Lead (10.28.18)
  • 953 J.D. Martinez 7th-Inning Solo HR Extends Boston?s Lead (10.28.18)
  • 954 David Price Earns World Series Clinching Win, Allowing 1 Run in 7 Brilliant Innings (1
  • 955 Joe Kelly Strikes Out the Side in the 8th Inning (10.28.18)
  • 956 Chris Sale Clinches World Series by Striking Out the Side in the 9th Inning (10.28.18
  • 957 Boston Red Sox 2018 World Series Champions After 5-1 Game 5 Victory (10.28.18)
  • 958 Steve Pearce Named 2018 Willie Mays World Series MVP (10.28.18)
  • 959 David Price / Chris Sale Top Arms Start and Close Game 5 to Clinch 2018 World Series Title (10.28.1

Parallels

Each Topps Now is also available in a one-of-one Black & White parallel. These cards were distributed exclusively to members of the Topps Now Platinum Member frequent buyers club.

Autographs & Game-Used

Relics

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Each Topps Now Relic is serial-numbered to 99 copies and available in the following parallels.

  • Blue (serial-numbered to 49 copies)
  • Purple (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
  • Red (serial-numbered to ten)
  • Orange (serial-numbered to five)
  • Gold (one-of-one)

NOTES

  • Cards #839A, #923A, #930A, #943A, and #957A are only available in Purple, Red, Orange, and Gold.
  • Cards #864A and #929A are only available in Red, Orange, and Gold.

  • 29A Houston Astros
  • 553A Shohei Ohtani
  • 580A Mookie Betts
  • 618A Scott Kingery / Todd Frazier / Michael Conforto
  • 834A Colorado Rockies
  • 839A New York Yankees
  • 855A Milwaukee Brewers
  • 864A Houston Astros
  • 899A Cody Bellinger
  • 923A Yasiel Puig
  • 929A Andrew Benintendi
  • 930A Eduardo Nunez
  • 933A J.D. Martinez
  • 943A Los Angeles Dodgers
  • 957A Boston Red Sox

Autographs

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Each Topps Now Autograph is serial-numbered to 99 copies and available in the following parallels.

  • Blue (serial-numbered to 49 copies)
  • Purple (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
  • Red (serial-numbered to ten)
  • Orange (serial-numbered to five)
  • Gold (one-of-one)

NOTES

  • Cards #808A, #900A are only available in Blue, Purple, Red, Orange, and Gold.
  • Cards #502A, #815A, #818A, #822A, #853A are only available in Purple, Red, Orange, and Gold.
  • Card #831A is only available in Purple.
  • Cards #936A, #949A, and #959A are only available in base, Blue, and Purple

  • 1A Ian Happ
  • 23A Shohei Ohtani
  • 32A Shohei Ohtani
  • 89A Francisco Lindor
  • 125A Ronald Acuña, Jr.
  • 170A Albert Pujols
  • 180A Gleyber Torres
  • 225A Austin Meadows
  • 242A Gleyber Torres
  • 336A Jose Trevino
  • 352A Mike Trout
  • 368A Ozzie Albies
  • 403A Ronald Acuña, Jr.
  • 467A Bryce Harper
  • 476A Manny Machado
  • 502A Mike Trout / Albert Pujols / Shohei Ohtani
  • 529A Vladimir Guerrero
  • 530A Trevor Hoffman
  • 591A David Bote
  • 598A Ronald Acuña, Jr.
  • 620A Bryse Wilson
  • 627A Ronald Acuna, Jr. / Ozzie Albies
  • 647A Michael Kopech
  • 673A Javier Baez
  • 685A Jacob deGrom
  • 692A Shohei Ohtani
  • 717A Juan Soto
  • 739A Christian Yelich
  • 771A Blake Snell
  • 808A Juan Soto / Bryce Harper
  • 810A David Wright
  • 815A Charlie Blackmon
  • 818A Adam Jones
  • 822A Juan Soto
  • 828A Walker Buehler
  • 831A Kyle Freeland
  • 853A Aaron Judge
  • 854A Gary Sanchez
  • 869A Brock Holt
  • 876A Brandon Woodruff
  • 889A Rick Porcello
  • 900A Clayton Kershaw
  • 908A Andrew Benintendi
  • 918A Jesus Aguilar
  • 936A Walker Buehler
  • 949A Rafael Devers
  • 959A David Price / Chris Sale

Autographed Relics

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Each Topps Now Autographed Relic is serial-numbered to 99 copies and available in the following parallels.

  • Blue (serial-numbered to 49 copies)
  • Purple (serial-numbered to 25 copies)
  • Red (serial-numbered to ten)
  • Orange (serial-numbered to five)
  • Gold (one-of-one)

NOTES

  • Cards #956A and #958A are only available in Blue, Purple, Red, Orange, and Gold.
  • Cards #53C-A, #872A, #910A, #931A, are only available in Purple, Red, Orange, and Gold.
  • Card #831B, #935A, #936D, and #959D are only Red, Orange, and Gold

  • 474A Alex Bregman
  • 553C-A Shohei Ohtani
  • 619A Amed Rosario
  • 831B Kyle Freeland
  • 835A Aaron Judge
  • 856A Ronald Acuña, Jr.
  • 861A George Springer
  • 872A Chris Sale
  • 873A Steve Pearce
  • 910A Rafael Devers
  • 912A David Price
  • 922A Chris Taylor
  • 926A Carl Yastrzemski
  • 931A Ian Kinsler
  • 935A David Price
  • 936D Walker Buehler
  • 942A Max Muncy
  • 956A Chris Sale
  • 958A Steve Pearce
  • 959D David Price / Chris Sale