With eight games left, Boston (90-64) has a four-game lead in the division after the Yankees beat the Blue Jays on Saturday. Clinging to a 1-0 lead in the sixth, Moreland changed the game when he unloaded on a first-pitch changeup from Robert Stephenson and smashed it with an exit velocity of 104.9-mph, according to Statcast™. Moreland's 20th homer of the season traveled a projected distance of 411 feet. Moreland has now hit at least 20 home runs in four consecutive seasons.
"Everybody wants to sign a contract," Suarez said on Saturday. "I want to play better and not think about anything but playing. Sometimes I think I'd want to, but right now I just want to finish hard this season. We'll see what happens. I'm open for everything." On Friday, the Reds signed Barnhart to a four-year, $16 million contract with a $7.5 million club option for 2022. Like Suarez, he would have been eligible for arbitration for the first time this offseason.
"A little added pressure for sure," Luke Farrell said. "That's the first time we've been on the same field together. You want to do well for your team, obviously, but with your dad right there, you want to do a little bit better." With his team trailing by a large margin, Reds manager Bryan Price summoned Luke Farrell from the bullpen in a low leverage situation. It created a unique and special moment.
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Selecting a term
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