LAD Chris Taylor out on Babblehead Day with a broken leg
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The Los Angeles Dodgers decided to give outfielder Chris Taylor (31)’s Bobblehead as a souvenir to 40,000 fans on the first-come, first-served basis against the Colorado Rockies on the 6th (Korea Standard Time). In fact, it was said that it was 40,000 people on a first-come, first-served basis, but the Dodgers will give it to all fans. Other clubs will be limited to 15,000 people on a first-come, first-served basis and 20,000 people. In marketing, the Dodgers are the best in MLB.
However, the main character of Babblehead, CT3 (Chris Taylor, back number 3) was unable to participate due to a fracture in his left leg. In the game against the Colorado Rockies the previous day, he had pain in his ankle in the fifth inning, and CT scan showed a fracture. It is difficult to play in the game for the time being and the return schedule is unclear. It is obvious that he will be on the injured list soon. Taylor hit a walk-off two-run homer in a wild card game against the St. Louis Cardinals last year. He remained on a four-year, $60 million contract with the Dodgers in the offseason. He is a versatile hurdle player who can play both infield and outfield. After wrestling at the prestigious University of Virginia, he turned to baseball. He is batting .238 with seven home runs and 27 RBIs this year
Babblehead is the top item as a souvenir that fans want. It is collected and sold on e-bay at a reasonable price. The Dodgers use the Babblehead when it is not a card that attracts fans voluntarily. For example, in the New York Yankees and the interleague, or in the match against rival SF Giants, Babblehead is not given. Dodger Stadium is the largest accommodation stadium in MLB, which accommodates more than 50,000 people. Even with 40,000 people entering, the stadium seems empty.
On the same day, the Pittsburgh Pirates also gave Babblehead to their fans. Although the number of people was limited, the PNC stadium was sold out because the opposing card was the New York Yankees. PNC Park is the stadium newly built by MLB with the smallest capacity (38,747 people). Former second baseman Bill Maeserowski (85), who is a member of the Hall of Fame, is eligible for the Babblehead.k.a. member of the Hall of Fame. Even if it is not a Babblehead, it can be sold out with the Yankees card, but there is a reason why he chose Mae Zero Ski 토토사이트
Maezeroski is the main character who hit a walk-off home run 62 years ago in Game 7 of the 1960 World Series against the Yankees. Maeserowski is not a home run hitter because he is a second baseman. At that time, after hitting a home run, he thought it was a long hit and ran so hard that he could ride a spike that he knew it was a home run. Majorowski is the only walk-off home run in Game 7 at the end of the cliffhanger in MLB WS history. In the KBO League, KIA’s Na Ji-hwan is the only home run in Game 7 of the Korean Series in 2009.
In 1960, Pittsburgh became the WS champion with four wins and three losses, but the MVP was received by Yankees second baseman Bobby Richardson. It was a disgraceful vote by the National Baseball Organization (BBWAA). The only team that lost the WS MVP vote received