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Red Sox vs Orioles Live Stream 2020 MLB Game on TV Channel

September 23 at 8:00 am5:00 pm EDT

Red Sox vs Orioles Live Stream: At least the Red Sox’s lineup suggests they’re still taking the year seriously: everyone notable is still playing, but we’ll see how than goes through Sunday. We might just caution that if you really love any of the top tier players you get your fill of them tonight, because these things change quickly. The end is nigh. Thank Aceves.

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Though Los Angeles is posting its worst winning percentage since 1994, Jared Walsh became the first rookie to both score and drive in a run in nine consecutive games, the fifth-longest streak ever. Boston has gone from a championship in 2018 to the third-worst record in baseball two years later, but Tanner Houck didn’t permit an earned run in 11 innings over his first two big league starts.

 

García, Walsh and Houck were the hottest rookie performers in games from Sept. 14-20, and there were plenty of other standouts:

Call it a trot, or maybe a canter, or merely something between a stroll and a sprint. Either way, Major League Baseball’s 60-game, pandemic-framed, occasionally lame season will hit the tape this week, launching 16 teams into a similarly unprecedented playoff format.

 

Like the eight weeks that preceded it, the final seven days of games could be largely inconsequential – or absurdly messy.

 

Seven of the 16 playoff berths are secured, with another five largely spoken for. All that essentially remains?

 

Six teams, all hovering around .500, fighting for four National League postseason tickets, a slap fight that you’d think could be ignored, save for the fact the survivors will be launched into eminently winnable, best-of-three first-round series.

 

Additionally, there are MVPs and Cy Youngs and other races for posterity that can flip significantly in just a week. With that, here’s what to watch as baseball begins the road to the playoffs, and, ultimately MLB’s finals in late October:

In the NL, the Dodgers and Padres are the lone teams with playoff berths in hand, with L.A. holding a magic number of four to clinch the division over San Diego. The Braves and Cubs (both 31-22) are playoff shoo-ins, with magic numbers of six and five and leads of three and 3 ½ games in the East and Central, respectively.

 

In the AL, the Athletics, Rays, White Sox, Twins and Yankees are in, the first three clubs holding magic numbers of one, three and four to win the West, East and Central, respectively. The Indians, Astros and Blue Jays will soon join them, leaving the good folks of Seattle more time to appreciate Russell Wilson.

Eh. With all teams heading to neutral sites for the Division Series, League Championship Series and ultimately the finals in Arlington, Texas, every last win won’t matter so much.

 

The one race to watch: Battles for the fourth seed in both leagues.

 

The best-of-three wild-card rounds will be contested entirely at the home of higher seeds, which puts a premium on second-place finishers to produce a better record than their fellow runner-ups.

 

As of now, the Twins hold a one-game lead over the Yankees for the No. 4 slot in the AL, the difference between three games at Target Field or Yankee Stadium. (Either way, forgive Twins fans for already fretting, as Minnesota’s lost six ALDS and wild-card matchups with the Yankees since 2003, with a cumulative record of 2-16).

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Date:
September 23
Time:
8:00 am – 5:00 pm