History in the Making
Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney · 61 minutes ·

History in the Making

Karl Ravech hops on to discuss the impact of Roberto Clemente Day in the MLB, the significance of the Roberto Clemente Award for the players, Sandy Alderson stepping down as president of the Mets, and if the Dodgers have the best 1-2-3 hitting combination in baseball history. Next, Jess Mendoza joins to share what Roberto Clemente means to her and how his legacy impacts her life. Then, she shares insight on how Mookie Betts, Freddie Freeman, and Trea Turner help each other and set the tone for being a teammate. Plus, they discuss who is the Astros' biggest threat in the American League, and should the Twins have pulled Joe Ryan seven innings into flirting with a no-hitter? Later, Aaron Boone discusses if Aaron Judge will hit at least 62 homers, why Judge is the AL MVP, and the possibility of Judge leaving the Yankees. 
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