130: Injury ends Yelich season at 130 games; Dodgers clinch-WED0911

5 THINGS YOU'LL FIND ON THIS POST
1 Injury ends Christian Yelich's season; his season, career stats
2 Dodgers win 7th consecutive NL West division title, 18th overall
3 Yankees, Twins share MLB lead in HRs; Astros set franchise mark
4 Nolan Arenado notches 500th extra base hit; 4th on Rockies list
5 On this date in 1985 Pete Rose became baseball's all-time hits leader

BATTER UP

Facts & figures from around

Major League Baseball


.329, 44, 97

Final average, HRs, RBI for Brewers’ Christian Yelich, out for season after breaking right kneecap on foul ball

.430, 672, 328

2018 NL MVP entered the 9/10 game leading MLB in on-base and slugging percentage, total bases

CHRISTIAN YELICH FINAL 2019 STATS,
CAREER NUMBERS, 2018 MVP SEASON
2019 STAT 7 YRS 2018
130 Games 920 147
488 At-bats 3541 574
.330 Average .301 .326
100 Runs 587 118
161 Hits 1,067 187
29 Doubles 209 34
3 Triples 24 7
44 Home runs 139 36
97 Runs batted in 500 110
30 Stolen bases 124 22
2 Caught 24 4
80 Walks 448 68
16 Intentional 32 2
117 Strikeouts 832 135
,430 On-base pct. .383 .402
.672 Slugging .492 .598
328 Total bases 1,741 343

Dodgers clinch NL West division title, 18th in history

Titles by current NL West teams

7, 18

The Dodgers (94-52) clinched

their 7th consecutive NL West

title and 18th overall

  • 9/10: Earliest date LA has ever clinched; old mark was Sept. 19 in 2013

  • 146: Earliest game LA has ever clinched; old mark 151 in 1977

  • Oct. 3: Likely postseason opener at Dodger Stadium against NL wild-card team

  • 1988: Last title for LA, coming off consecutive World Series losses to Houston and Boston


276

Yankees hit six HRs against Tigers and are tied with Minnesota for MLB lead with 276

252

Astros hit four HRs against Athletics to break the franchise season record of 249 hit in 2000

2019 SEASON HOME RUNS
AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
EAST NO EAST NO
Baltimore 183 Atlanta 230
Boston 226 Miami 125
New York 276 New York 206
Tampa Bay 192 Philadelphia 191
Toronto 217 Washington 206
CENTRAL NO CENTRAL NO
Chicago 155 Chicago 228
Cleveland 203 Cincinnati 207
Detroit 134 Milwaukee 224
Kansas City 147 Pittsburgh 158
Minnesota 276 St. Louis 177
WEST NO WEST NO
Houston 252 Arizona 208
Los Angeles 206 Colorado 188
Oakland 230 Los Angeles 258
Seattle 223 San Diego 203
Texas 199 San Francisco 156

3, 4, 1

Cubs’ Nico Hoerner on 9/9 was 7th player since 1997 to debut with 3 hits, 4 RBI, 1 extra-base hit

1-for-4

Hoerner’s second game on

9/10 in 9-8 Cubs’ loss to

Padres in 10 innings

RECENT DEBUTS WITH 3 HITS,
4 RBI, 1 EXTRA-BASE HIT
DATE ROOKIE TM H EXB RBI
9/9/19 Nico Hoerner CHC 3 1 4
6/28/17 Miguel Andujar NYY 3 1 4
6/28/15 Steven Matz NYM 3 1 4
6/2/15 Joey Gallo TEX 3 2 4
4/8/15 Mark Canha OAK 3 2 4
9/14/99 Mark Quinn KC 3 3 4
9/3/97 Ben Grieve OAK 3 3 5

MLB leaders in doubles


MLB leaders in hits


MILESTONE TRACKER

500

Nolan Arenado hit his 38th HR of season to notch his 500th extra-base hit, 4th in Rockies history

  • 998: Todd Helton

  • 599: Larry Walker

  • 543: Carlos Gonzalez

  • 500: Nolan Arenado

  • 489: Dante Bichette


IT HAPPENED ON THIS DATE

Sept. 11, 1985

Reds’ Pete Rose singles off Padres Eric Show for hit No. 4,192

to break Ty Cobb’s record

57: Rose did it on the 57th anniversary of Cobb’s last game

1987

Howard Johnson stole his 30th base to become the first National League player to reach 30-HRs, 30-SBs

1974

Cardinals beat Mets 4-3 in

25-inning game that took

7 hours, 2 minutes to play

1959

Dodgers beat Pirates and Elroy Face’s 22-game win streak;

Face finished season at 18-1


BORN ON THIS DATE

6

Players who have appeared

in MLB in 2019 who celebrate birthdays on Sept. 11

  • 24: Domingo Leyba, 1995

  • 25: Evan Phillips, 1994

  • 27: Andrew Suarez, 1992

  • 29: Shawn Armstrong, 1990

  • 31: Mike Moustakis, 1988

  • 33: Andrew Cashner, 1986


Sept. 11 birthday leaders: RBI

Players born since 1900

Sources: mlb.com; baseball-reference.com; todayinbaseballhistory.com