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Broadway is the big leagues, and for big bucks theatergoers expect professionalism.
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Sabathia is 237-146 with a 3.70 ERA and 2,846 strikeouts in 17 big league seasons with Cleveland (2001-08), Milwaukee (2008) and the Yankees, who first signed him to a $161 million, seven-year deal in 2009.
Translating such numbers to the tougher environment of the American big leagues, FiveThirtyEight guesses Ohtani will hit like Hideki Matsui and pitch like Yu Darvish—a World Series Most Valuable Player and Cy Young Award runner-up, respectively.
Bregman, the 23-year-old who is in his first full big league season, helped.
And a September taste of the big leagues couldn’t hurt Allen’s development.
After slumping to start the season, Gonzalez agreed to go on the disabled list in May for the first time in his career in order to keep Bellinger on the big league roster.
Between the draft and the big leagues is minor league baseball.
Davis hit a paltry .217 with 10 home runs in Double A, which is two developmental levels removed from the big leagues.
Welcome to the big leagues Outfielder Travis Taijeron (Granite Hills/Cal Poly Pomona) was called up by the Mets and hit his first major-league homer on Sept. 8 against Cincinnati.
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