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  • Washington Nationals outfielder, VICTOR ROBLES, hits a home run in the top of the sixth inning against New York Mets starter, NOAH SYNERGAARD, giving the Nationals a 2-0 lead. The Nationals went on to defeaat the Mets 4-0, their home opener

    Check out these 8 selected images from today’s New York Mets home opener.  The Washington Nationals won 4-0.

    This match up included two of the national league’s finest pitchers. STEPHEN STRASBURG from the Washington Nationals, and NOAH SYNERGAARD from the Mets, faced each other in the Mets home opener at Citi FIELD.  STRASBURG won the day, pitching 6 2/3rd innings, allowing no runs, 3 hits, and striking out 9. I captured three outstanding images of STRASBURG. New York Mets NOAH SYNDERGAARD pitched a gem of a game.  Allowing only 1 hit and 2 runs. I sent you SYNDERGAARD’S first pitch of the game.

    One of Washington’s hitting stars was outfielder, VICTOR ROBLES, who hit a home run in the top of the 6th inning, giving them a 2-0 lead. I got a  very nice of this home run and 2 celebration images.

    Finally,  I captured a particularly nice shot of a sacrifice bunt  in the top of the 2nd inning by WILMER DIFO, which gave the Nationals a 1-0 lead, a lead they never relinquished.

     

  • Washington Nationals outfielder, VICTOR ROBLES, celebrates hitting a home run off of New York Mets starting pitcher, NOAH SYNDERGAARD, giving the Nationals a 2-0 lead. The Nationals went on to defeat the Mets 4-0, their home opener.

    Check out these 8 selected images from today’s New York Mets home opener.  The Washington Nationals won 4-0.

    This match up included two of the national league’s finest pitchers. STEPHEN STRASBURG from the Washington Nationals, and NOAH SYNERGAARD from the Mets, faced each other in the Mets home opener at Citi FIELD.  STRASBURG won the day, pitching 6 2/3rd innings, allowing no runs, 3 hits, and striking out 9. I captured three outstanding images of STRASBURG. New York Mets NOAH SYNDERGAARD pitched a gem of a game.  Allowing only 1 hit and 2 runs. I sent you SYNDERGAARD’S first pitch of the game.

    One of Washington’s hitting stars was outfielder, VICTOR ROBLES, who hit a home run in the top of the 6th inning, giving them a 2-0 lead. I got a  very nice of this home run and 2 celebration images.

    Finally,  I captured a particularly nice shot of a sacrifice bunt  in the top of the 2nd inning by WILMER DIFO, which gave the Nationals a 1-0 lead, a lead they never relinquished.

     

  • Washington Nationals outfielder, Victor Robles, celebrates hitting a home run off of New York Mets starter, NOAH SYNDERGAARD. In the top of the sixth inning SYNDERGAARD gave the Nationals a 2-0 lead. The Nationals went on to defeat the Mets 4-0 their home opener.

    Check out these 8 selected images from today’s New York Mets home opener.  The Washington Nationals won 4-0.

    This match up included two of the national league’s finest pitchers. STEPHEN STRASBURG from the Washington Nationals, and NOAH SYNERGAARD from the Mets, faced each other in the Mets home opener at Citi FIELD.  STRASBURG won the day, pitching 6 2/3rd innings, allowing no runs, 3 hits, and striking out 9. I captured three outstanding images of STRASBURG. New York Mets NOAH SYNDERGAARD pitched a gem of a game.  Allowing only 1 hit and 2 runs. I sent you SYNDERGAARD’S first pitch of the game.

    One of Washington’s hitting stars was outfielder, VICTOR ROBLES, who hit a home run in the top of the 6th inning, giving them a 2-0 lead. I got a  very nice of this home run and 2 celebration images.

    Finally,  I captured a particularly nice shot of a sacrifice bunt  in the top of the 2nd inning by WILMER DIFO, which gave the Nationals a 1-0 lead, a lead they never relinquished.

     

  • WELCOME Bryce: Philadelphia Phillies manager, Gabe Kapler, welcomes Bryce Harper to their home opener against the Atlanta Braves. While Harper went hitless, the Phillies defeated the Braves 10-4

    The new and improved Phillies began the Bryce Harper era with three big home runs and a 10-4 opening day victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.

    The sellout crowd of 44,469 was electric and it had a lot to cheer about, starting with a leadoff home run by newcomer Andrew McCutchen in the first inning and ending with a grand slam by Rhys Hoskins in the seventh. In between, Maikel Franco belted a three-run homer and Odubel Herrera and Cesar Hernandez had two-out RBI hits in the fourth.

    There were first-inning fireworks at Citizens Bank Park, even though the storybook scenario of Bryce Harper doing damage in his first plate appearance didn’t come to fruition.

    New Phillie Andrew McCutchen, leading off, hit a solo home run on a 2-0 count that caused a roar not heard at Citizens Bank Park in years. It provided Aaron Nola his first run of support of the season following Nola’s 1-2-3 top of the first.

    It was McCutchen’s 13th career leadoff home run. Last season, he hit .350 with four homers and two doubles as the first batter of the game.

    Harper went hitless in his first game with the Phils, but was on base for Hoskins’ grand slam after drawing an intentional walk. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 on the game with that walk.

    Phillies Ace, AARON NOLA, pitched a great game, allowing only one run, and two hits, with 8 strike outs over 6 innings. The two hitting stars of the game were MAIKEL FRANCO, who hit a three-run home run in the 6th inning; and RHYS HOSKINS, who hit his first grand slam home run of his career in the 7th inning.

    The Phillies are off to a great start and a team that will likely make the playoffs.

    Check out all of the other images from today’s Philadelphia Phillies home opener against the Atlanta Braves won by the Phillies 10-4.

    The two images of BRYCE HARPER were pretty special, who was welcomed by Phillies’ manager, GABE KAPLER, by the team, and by the fans. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 with a walk.

  • Philadelphia Phillies BRYCE HARPER awaits his first pitch in a Phillies uniform from Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Julio Teheran. Despite the fact that HARPER went 0-3 along with a walk, the Phillies defeated the Braves 10-3 in the Phillies home opener.

    The new and improved Phillies began the Bryce Harper era with three big home runs and a 10-4 opening day victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.

    The sellout crowd of 44,469 was electric and it had a lot to cheer about, starting with a leadoff home run by newcomer Andrew McCutchen in the first inning and ending with a grand slam by Rhys Hoskins in the seventh. In between, Maikel Franco belted a three-run homer and Odubel Herrera and Cesar Hernandez had two-out RBI hits in the fourth.

    There were first-inning fireworks at Citizens Bank Park, even though the storybook scenario of Bryce Harper doing damage in his first plate appearance didn’t come to fruition.

    New Phillie Andrew McCutchen, leading off, hit a solo home run on a 2-0 count that caused a roar not heard at Citizens Bank Park in years. It provided Aaron Nola his first run of support of the season following Nola’s 1-2-3 top of the first.

    It was McCutchen’s 13th career leadoff home run. Last season, he hit .350 with four homers and two doubles as the first batter of the game.

    Harper went hitless in his first game with the Phils, but was on base for Hoskins’ grand slam after drawing an intentional walk. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 on the game with that walk.

    Phillies Ace, AARON NOLA, pitched a great game, allowing only one run, and two hits, with 8 strike outs over 6 innings. The two hitting stars of the game were MAIKEL FRANCO, who hit a three-run home run in the 6th inning; and RHYS HOSKINS, who hit his first grand slam home run of his career in the 7th inning.

    The Phillies are off to a great start and a team that will likely make the playoffs.

    Check out all of the other images from today’s Philadelphia Phillies home opener against the Atlanta Braves won by the Phillies 10-4.

    The two images of BRYCE HARPER were pretty special, who was welcomed by Phillies’ manager, GABE KAPLER, by the team, and by the fans. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 with a walk.

  • Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher, AARON NOLA, throws his 98th and final pitch in the sixth inning against Nick Markakis who popped out to end the inning. NOLA allowed only 2 hits and one run striking out 8 leading the Phillies to a 10-4 opening day victory over the Braves.

    The new and improved Phillies began the Bryce Harper era with three big home runs and a 10-4 opening day victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.

    The sellout crowd of 44,469 was electric and it had a lot to cheer about, starting with a leadoff home run by newcomer Andrew McCutchen in the first inning and ending with a grand slam by Rhys Hoskins in the seventh. In between, Maikel Franco belted a three-run homer and Odubel Herrera and Cesar Hernandez had two-out RBI hits in the fourth.

    There were first-inning fireworks at Citizens Bank Park, even though the storybook scenario of Bryce Harper doing damage in his first plate appearance didn’t come to fruition.

    New Phillie Andrew McCutchen, leading off, hit a solo home run on a 2-0 count that caused a roar not heard at Citizens Bank Park in years. It provided Aaron Nola his first run of support of the season following Nola’s 1-2-3 top of the first.

    It was McCutchen’s 13th career leadoff home run. Last season, he hit .350 with four homers and two doubles as the first batter of the game.

    Harper went hitless in his first game with the Phils, but was on base for Hoskins’ grand slam after drawing an intentional walk. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 on the game with that walk.

    Phillies Ace, AARON NOLA, pitched a great game, allowing only one run, and two hits, with 8 strike outs over 6 innings. The two hitting stars of the game were MAIKEL FRANCO, who hit a three-run home run in the 6th inning; and RHYS HOSKINS, who hit his first grand slam home run of his career in the 7th inning.

    The Phillies are off to a great start and a team that will likely make the playoffs.

    Check out all of the other images from today’s Philadelphia Phillies home opener against the Atlanta Braves won by the Phillies 10-4.

    The two images of BRYCE HARPER were pretty special, who was welcomed by Phillies’ manager, GABE KAPLER, by the team, and by the fans. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 with a walk.

  • Philadelphia Phillies manager, Gabe Kapler, shakes hands with Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker prior the Phillies home opener. The Phillies went on to win 10-4.

    The new and improved Phillies began the Bryce Harper era with three big home runs and a 10-4 opening day victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.

    The sellout crowd of 44,469 was electric and it had a lot to cheer about, starting with a leadoff home run by newcomer Andrew McCutchen in the first inning and ending with a grand slam by Rhys Hoskins in the seventh. In between, Maikel Franco belted a three-run homer and Odubel Herrera and Cesar Hernandez had two-out RBI hits in the fourth.

    There were first-inning fireworks at Citizens Bank Park, even though the storybook scenario of Bryce Harper doing damage in his first plate appearance didn’t come to fruition.

    New Phillie Andrew McCutchen, leading off, hit a solo home run on a 2-0 count that caused a roar not heard at Citizens Bank Park in years. It provided Aaron Nola his first run of support of the season following Nola’s 1-2-3 top of the first.

    It was McCutchen’s 13th career leadoff home run. Last season, he hit .350 with four homers and two doubles as the first batter of the game.

    Harper went hitless in his first game with the Phils, but was on base for Hoskins’ grand slam after drawing an intentional walk. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 on the game with that walk.

    Phillies Ace, AARON NOLA, pitched a great game, allowing only one run, and two hits, with 8 strike outs over 6 innings. The two hitting stars of the game were MAIKEL FRANCO, who hit a three-run home run in the 6th inning; and RHYS HOSKINS, who hit his first grand slam home run of his career in the 7th inning.

    The Phillies are off to a great start and a team that will likely make the playoffs.

    Check out all of the other images from today’s Philadelphia Phillies home opener against the Atlanta Braves won by the Phillies 10-4.

    The two images of BRYCE HARPER were pretty special, who was welcomed by Phillies’ manager, GABE KAPLER, by the team, and by the fans. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 with a walk.

  • Philadelphia Phillies third baseman, MAIKEL FRANCO, hits a three-run home run in the sixth inning off of Atlanta Braves reliever Shane Carle. The Phlllies went on to win their home opener 10-4.

    The new and improved Phillies began the Bryce Harper era with three big home runs and a 10-4 opening day victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.

    The sellout crowd of 44,469 was electric and it had a lot to cheer about, starting with a leadoff home run by newcomer Andrew McCutchen in the first inning and ending with a grand slam by Rhys Hoskins in the seventh. In between, Maikel Franco belted a three-run homer and Odubel Herrera and Cesar Hernandez had two-out RBI hits in the fourth.

    There were first-inning fireworks at Citizens Bank Park, even though the storybook scenario of Bryce Harper doing damage in his first plate appearance didn’t come to fruition.

    New Phillie Andrew McCutchen, leading off, hit a solo home run on a 2-0 count that caused a roar not heard at Citizens Bank Park in years. It provided Aaron Nola his first run of support of the season following Nola’s 1-2-3 top of the first.

    It was McCutchen’s 13th career leadoff home run. Last season, he hit .350 with four homers and two doubles as the first batter of the game.

    Harper went hitless in his first game with the Phils, but was on base for Hoskins’ grand slam after drawing an intentional walk. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 on the game with that walk.

    Phillies Ace, AARON NOLA, pitched a great game, allowing only one run, and two hits, with 8 strike outs over 6 innings. The two hitting stars of the game were MAIKEL FRANCO, who hit a three-run home run in the 6th inning; and RHYS HOSKINS, who hit his first grand slam home run of his career in the 7th inning.

    The Phillies are off to a great start and a team that will likely make the playoffs.

    Check out all of the other images from today’s Philadelphia Phillies home opener against the Atlanta Braves won by the Phillies 10-4.

    The two images of BRYCE HARPER were pretty special, who was welcomed by Phillies’ manager, GABE KAPLER, by the team, and by the fans. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 with a walk.

  • Philadelphia Phillies third baseman, Maikel Franco, celebrates hitting a three-run home run in the sixth inning off of Braves relief pitcher Shane Carle The Phillies went on to win 10-4.

    The new and improved Phillies began the Bryce Harper era with three big home runs and a 10-4 opening day victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.

    The sellout crowd of 44,469 was electric and it had a lot to cheer about, starting with a leadoff home run by newcomer Andrew McCutchen in the first inning and ending with a grand slam by Rhys Hoskins in the seventh. In between, Maikel Franco belted a three-run homer and Odubel Herrera and Cesar Hernandez had two-out RBI hits in the fourth.

    There were first-inning fireworks at Citizens Bank Park, even though the storybook scenario of Bryce Harper doing damage in his first plate appearance didn’t come to fruition.

    New Phillie Andrew McCutchen, leading off, hit a solo home run on a 2-0 count that caused a roar not heard at Citizens Bank Park in years. It provided Aaron Nola his first run of support of the season following Nola’s 1-2-3 top of the first.

    It was McCutchen’s 13th career leadoff home run. Last season, he hit .350 with four homers and two doubles as the first batter of the game.

    Harper went hitless in his first game with the Phils, but was on base for Hoskins’ grand slam after drawing an intentional walk. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 on the game with that walk.

    Phillies Ace, AARON NOLA, pitched a great game, allowing only one run, and two hits, with 8 strike outs over 6 innings. The two hitting stars of the game were MAIKEL FRANCO, who hit a three-run home run in the 6th inning; and RHYS HOSKINS, who hit his first grand slam home run of his career in the 7th inning.

    The Phillies are off to a great start and a team that will likely make the playoffs.

    Check out all of the other images from today’s Philadelphia Phillies home opener against the Atlanta Braves won by the Phillies 10-4.

    The two images of BRYCE HARPER were pretty special, who was welcomed by Phillies’ manager, GABE KAPLER, by the team, and by the fans. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 with a walk.

  • Philadelphia Phillies first baseman, Rhys Hoskins hits his first grand slam home run off of Atlanta’s relief pitcher Luke Jackson. The Philliles went on to win 10-4.

    The new and improved Phillies began the Bryce Harper era with three big home runs and a 10-4 opening day victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.

    The sellout crowd of 44,469 was electric and it had a lot to cheer about, starting with a leadoff home run by newcomer Andrew McCutchen in the first inning and ending with a grand slam by Rhys Hoskins in the seventh. In between, Maikel Franco belted a three-run homer and Odubel Herrera and Cesar Hernandez had two-out RBI hits in the fourth.

    There were first-inning fireworks at Citizens Bank Park, even though the storybook scenario of Bryce Harper doing damage in his first plate appearance didn’t come to fruition.

    New Phillie Andrew McCutchen, leading off, hit a solo home run on a 2-0 count that caused a roar not heard at Citizens Bank Park in years. It provided Aaron Nola his first run of support of the season following Nola’s 1-2-3 top of the first.

    It was McCutchen’s 13th career leadoff home run. Last season, he hit .350 with four homers and two doubles as the first batter of the game.

    Harper went hitless in his first game with the Phils, but was on base for Hoskins’ grand slam after drawing an intentional walk. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 on the game with that walk.

    Phillies Ace, AARON NOLA, pitched a great game, allowing only one run, and two hits, with 8 strike outs over 6 innings. The two hitting stars of the game were MAIKEL FRANCO, who hit a three-run home run in the 6th inning; and RHYS HOSKINS, who hit his first grand slam home run of his career in the 7th inning.

    The Phillies are off to a great start and a team that will likely make the playoffs.

    Check out all of the other images from today’s Philadelphia Phillies home opener against the Atlanta Braves won by the Phillies 10-4.

    The two images of BRYCE HARPER were pretty special, who was welcomed by Phillies’ manager, GABE KAPLER, by the team, and by the fans. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 with a walk.

  • Philadelphia Phillies first baseman, Rhys Hoskins hits his first grand slam home run off of Atlanta’s relief pitcher Luke Jackson. The Philliles went on to win 10-4.

    The new and improved Phillies began the Bryce Harper era with three big home runs and a 10-4 opening day victory over the Atlanta Braves on Thursday.

    The sellout crowd of 44,469 was electric and it had a lot to cheer about, starting with a leadoff home run by newcomer Andrew McCutchen in the first inning and ending with a grand slam by Rhys Hoskins in the seventh. In between, Maikel Franco belted a three-run homer and Odubel Herrera and Cesar Hernandez had two-out RBI hits in the fourth.

    There were first-inning fireworks at Citizens Bank Park, even though the storybook scenario of Bryce Harper doing damage in his first plate appearance didn’t come to fruition.

    New Phillie Andrew McCutchen, leading off, hit a solo home run on a 2-0 count that caused a roar not heard at Citizens Bank Park in years. It provided Aaron Nola his first run of support of the season following Nola’s 1-2-3 top of the first.

    It was McCutchen’s 13th career leadoff home run. Last season, he hit .350 with four homers and two doubles as the first batter of the game.

    Harper went hitless in his first game with the Phils, but was on base for Hoskins’ grand slam after drawing an intentional walk. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 on the game with that walk.

    Phillies Ace, AARON NOLA, pitched a great game, allowing only one run, and two hits, with 8 strike outs over 6 innings. The two hitting stars of the game were MAIKEL FRANCO, who hit a three-run home run in the 6th inning; and RHYS HOSKINS, who hit his first grand slam home run of his career in the 7th inning.

    The Phillies are off to a great start and a team that will likely make the playoffs.

    Check out all of the other images from today’s Philadelphia Phillies home opener against the Atlanta Braves won by the Phillies 10-4.

    The two images of BRYCE HARPER were pretty special, who was welcomed by Phillies’ manager, GABE KAPLER, by the team, and by the fans. Unfortunately, HARPER went 0-3 with a walk.

  • World Series managers, DAVE ROBERTS, and ALEX CORA, old teammates from the 2004 Los Angeles Dodgers team reunite in game one of the 2018 World Series. The Red Sox went on to win 8-4.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox third baseman, EDUARDO NUNEZ, hits a three-run pinch hit home run off of Los Angeles reliever, Alex Wood, in the seventh inning of game one of the World Series. The Red Sox went on to win 8-4.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox reliever, NATHAN EOVALDI, throws a strike to Los Angeles outfielder YASIEL PUIG, in the eighth inning of game one of the World Series. EOVALDI pitched a perfect inning allowing no hit and no runs, leading to a 8-4 Red Sox victory.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox closer, CRAIG KIMBREL; strikes out Los Angeles infielder, Justin Turner, to end game one of the World Series. KIMBREL pitched a one two three inning, striking out two of the three batters, and preserving a 8-4 victory.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

  • Boston Red Sox starting pitcher, CHRIS SALE, throws the first pitch of game one of the World Series to Los Angeles lead off hitter Brian Dozier. SALE pitched only four innings, allowing five hits, 3 runs win 7 strike outs, but was not the pitcher of record. The Red Sox went on to win 8-4 on the strength of their relief pitching.

    Check out these 7 selected images from Game One of the World Series won by the Red Sox 8-4. The Star of the game was Red Sox third baseman, EDUARD NUNEZ, who hit a three-run pinch-hit home run in the 7th inning to lead the Red Sox to victory. Red Sox relievers, particularly NATHAN EOVALDI and closer, CRAIG KIMBREL, were outstanding and preserved the victory for the Red Sox.
    ANDREW BENINTENDI went 4 for 5.

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