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Fried moves to 8-1 with gem

Fried moves to 8-1 with gem

This Date in History

September 22

  • 1949: IF Moe Franklin (Brooklyn Dodgers/AAA) hits 3-run, pinch-hit HR in 9th inning to beat independent Seattle Rainiers and help team clinch Pacific Coast League pennant
  • 1954: 3B Al Rosen (Cleveland Indians) comes to bat 4 times and draws 4 walks — 3 of them intentional — in win over Chicago White Sox. Rosen finishes All-Star season with .300 batting average, 24 HRs, 102 RBIs, and .404 OBP
  • 2007: C Mike Lieberthal (Los Angeles Dodgers) goes 1-for-3 in final appearance of 1,212-game MLB career, a loss to Arizona Diamondbacks
  • 2008: P Jason Marquis (Chicago Cubs) hits grand-slam HR and drives in career-high 5 runs in victory over New York Mets
  • 2019: Israel — led by P Joey Wagman, who yields just one earned run over 7 innings, and 1B Danny Valencia, who hits 3-run HR — routs South Africa to clinch spot in Tokyo Olympics. “What we did was huge,” Valencia says afterward. “It shouldn’t go unnoticed”

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College All-Americans


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Top Story

  • P Max Fried (Braves) runs season record to 8-1 in 10-3 win over Nationals, yielding one earned run on 3 hits and one walk over 6 innings while striking out 7. Fried left game after 6th inning due to ongoing issue with blister. Braves have best record in MLB and have clinched home-field advantage through N.L. Championship Series (9/21/2023)

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  • Reds place CF Harrison Bader on 10-day injured list due to groin strain, his third injury stint this season (9/18/2023)

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Jewish Box Score

Games played Thursday September 21, 2023

Last updated: 09-22-2023 at 11:28 am ET

Season Stats


Player/Pos Tm AB 2B 3B HR RBI AVG OBP SB
H. Bader CF NYY 288 11 2 7 37 .240 .278 17
H. Bader CF CIN 31 1 0 0 3 .161 .235 3
A. Bregman 3B HOU 586 27 3 24 96 .266 .367 3
Z. Gelof 2B OAK 235 19 1 13 27 .277 .342 13
D. Guthrie OF PHI 24 1 0 0 0 .167 .286 0
S. Horwitz 1B TOR 39 2 0 1 7 .256 .341 0
M. Mervis 1B CHC 90 2 0 3 11 .167 .242 0
J. Pederson DH SFG 339 13 3 15 51 .242 .350 0
K. Pillar CF ATL 175 10 0 7 27 .229 .251 4
G. Stubbs C PHI 103 4 1 0 8 .194 .265 1
R. Tellez 1B MIL 303 8 1 13 46 .215 .287 0
All Jews 2213 98 11 83 313 .240 N/A 41
Total MLB .249 N/A


Pitcher Team W L ERA G IP SV SO BB
J. Bird COL 3 3 4.34 66 85.0 0 74 26
R. Bleier BOS 1 0 5.28 27 30.2 0 16 5
M. Fried ATL 8 1 2.55 14 77.2 0 80 18
D. Kremer BAL 12 5 4.17 30 164.0 0 146 52
E. Morgan CLE 5 2 3.84 58 63.1 1 70 23
K. Rosenberg LAA 1 2 5.48 5 23.0 0 18 12
R. Sherriff BOS 0 0 2.70 5 6.2 0 5 2
J. Shuster ATL 4 3 5.64 11 52.2 0 30 26
Z. Weiss LAA 1 0 5.06 6 5.1 0 7 2
Z. Weiss BOS 0 0 2.08 6 8.2 0 8 4
All Jews 35 16 4.14 517.0 1 454 170
Total MLB 4.29

News and Stats

  • DH Joc Pederson (Giants) hits game-tying solo HR, a 430-foot bomb, in 7-2 loss to Dodgers. Round-tripper is 15th of season but first against southpaw. It also is 58th go-ahead HR of Pederson's career. San Francisco‚Äôs chances of securing final N.L. Wild Card spot are dwindling (9/21/2023)
  • P Eli Morgan (Guardians) tosses 2 perfect innings and strikes out 3 in 5-2 win over A.L. East-leading Orioles. Cleveland is unlikely to secure final A.L. Wild Card spot (9/21/2023)
  • Team Israel discloses roster for European Baseball Championship, which takes place next week in Czech Republic. List of players includes several former major- and minor-leaguers, current or former collegians, and encouraging number of native Israelis (9/21/2023)

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Jewish Draft Picks (2023)

  • C Will King (Eastern Kentucky U.), selected by Braves (Round 20, #609 overall)
  • P Ben Simon (Elon U.), selected by Mets (Rd 13, #396)
  • OF RJ Schreck (Vanderbilt U.), selected by Mariners (Rd 9, #277)
  • OF Zach Levenson (U. of Miami), selected by Cardinals (Rd 5, #158)
  • 3B Jake Gelof (U. of Virginia), selected by Dodgers (Rd 2, #60)
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