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As of Aug. 16, 2022
  Active Rosters      
2 Alex Bregman Houston Astros INF 40-Man Roster
27 Jake Fraley Cincinnati Reds LF 40-Man Roster
34 Kevin Gausman Toronto Blue Jays P 40-Man Roster
55 Alex Lange Detroit Tigers P 40-Man Roster
26 DJ LeMahieu New York Yankees 2B 40-Man Roster
27 Aaron Nola Philadelphia Phillies P 40-Man Roster
26 Austin Nola San Diego Padres C 40-Man Roster
26 Michael Papierski Cincinnati Reds C 40-Man Roster; Recalled (6/28)
47 Josh Smith Texas Rangers 2B 40-Man Roster
  On 40-Man Rosters      
87 Parker Bugg Miami Marlins P 40-Man Roster; Assigned to AAA 8/16
6 Greg Deichmann Chicago Cubs OF 40-Man Roster; Optioned to AAA 3/25
36 Will Harris Washington Nationals P 40-Man Roster; rehab Assignment (7/27)
35 Kramer Robertson St. Louis Cardinals SS 40-Man Roster; Optioned to AAA (8/5)
17 Andrew Stevenson Washington Nationals OF 40-Man Roster; Sent to AAA (4/2)
  Others with MLB Experience      
79 Hunter Feduccia Los Angeles Dodgers C Spring Training Non-Roster Invitee
  Nick Goody Acereros del Norte P Mexican League
35 Cole Henry Washington Nationals P Spring Training Non-Roster Invitee
36 Zack Hess Detroit Tigers P Injured
19 Jacoby Jones Kansas City Royals OF Spring Training Non-Roster Invitee
39 Todd Peterson Washington Nationals P Spring Training Non-Roster Invitee
46 Riley Smith Arizona Diamondbacks P

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Got a chance to make a game while up in Ga. The Nationals Vs the Braves. My Brother-in-Laws company was in on the building of the stadium. My sister and I, along with two other couples made the game, they have two parking passes along with the 6 tickets. The seats a 8 rows behind the plate. You walk into the Delta area, they give you a wristband, food and drinks are covered. Great selection of food. You can just grab the ballpark food you want, peanuts, popcorn, cotton candy, etc. it’s all included. Once in your seat, each section has an attendant, that will bring you just about anything needed. Waters, cokes, beer, ice cream. 

As for the stadium, a day game with 90 degrees, nope. They needed a retractable roof, like the Astros. Getting in and out, wasn’t bad at all. I want a night game next trip. 

Not one Tiger on either team. 

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Nola Brothers to Face Each Other in NLCS

It’ll be Austin (San Diego) vs. Aaron (Philadelphia) with the National League pennant on the line

By Zach Junda@ZacharyJunda  Oct 16, 2022, 6:03pm CDT 

MLB: NLDS-Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia PhilliesEric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports


The 2022 National League Championship Series will be an all-LSU affair as Austin Nola’s San Diego Padres face younger brother Aaron’s Philadelphia Phillies.

Aaron and Philadelphia knocked out the defending champion Atlanta Braves Saturday; a few hours later Austin and the Padres beat the World Series favorite LA Dodgers. Both Philadelphia and San Diego won their respective series in four games. 

Aaron got the win for the Phillies in Game 3 of the series (Friday), throwing six innings with six strikeouts and only surrendering one unearned run. 

On Friday Austin went 2-3 at the plate with a single, a double, and also drew a walk. 

There’s a good chance the World Series will feature a former Tiger no matter the outcome. Alex Bregman and the Houston Astros have already clinched their ticket to the ALCS, while DJ LeMahieu and the Yankees are currently on the brink of elimination trailing the Cleveland Guardians 2-1 in the best-of-five series.

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Nola brothers to face off in the National League Championship Series

Austin and Aaron Nola

Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola and his brother Austin, the San Diego Padres’ catcher, have faced each other in regular season games before. But their teams’ upcoming series for the National League pennant will offer another chance for the brothers to see which player can claim bragging rights.

The brother vs. brother matchups will be important to them; but regardless of how their confrontations turns out, more significant is the World Series appearance that is at stake. This is the first postseason for Aaron, while Austin played with the Padres in the 2020 postseason.

Both brothers have played key roles in the games leading up to the NLCS, which starts on October 18.

Austin was 4-for-9 in the wild card series against the New York Mets, including a double and two RBIs. In Game 3, Austin’s single in the second inning drove in two runs and got the Padres off to a good start in their decisive 6-0 victory.

He was 4-for-12 in the Padres’ series win over the favored Los Angeles Dodgers, including a double and two RBIs. He got two of the Padres’ seven hits in a low-scoring Game 3 victory.

Aaron, an eight-year veteran with the Phillies, got the win in their wild card series against the St. Louis Cardinals. He pitched six scoreless innings, yielding only four hits and a walk.

Then in Game 3 of the NLDS against the Los Angeles Dodgers, he held the Atlanta Braves to only one unearned run in six innings to claim the win. He struck out six and walked only two in the process.

These outings by Aaron were consistent with his regular season performance when he led the National League in Strikeouts per Bases on Balls (8.103) and Bases on Ball per 9 Innings (1.273).

Aaron and Austin have faced each other on two prior occasions. In 2021, Aaron got the better of his younger brother by allowing only a walk in three at-bats. However, this year they opposed each other on June 24, when Austin got the go-ahead single in the sixth inning off this brother. The Padres defeated the Phillies 1-0 despite Aaron’s 10 strikeouts.

The only other time the brothers had faced each was in an practice game while both were attending LSU.

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