Nolan Gorman

Nolan Gorman

2B - STL
Height: 6-1
Weight: 210 lbs
Age: 22
College: None
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The ScoreCardinals hit record-tying 4 straight HRs in 1st inning off Phils' Gibson

It was a historic meltdown that Philadelphia Phillies starter Kyle Gibson would rather forget.The St. Louis Cardinals tied a major-league record by hitting four consecutive home runs in the first inning off Gibson at Citizens Bank Park. Nolan Arenado, who hit for the cycle Friday, got it started with a two-run homer and was followed by Nolan Gorman, Juan Yepez, and Dylan Carlson. FOUR STRAIGHT HOME RUNS BY THE CARDINALS. pic.twitter.com/cbyBtFRXWT MLB (@MLB) July 2, 2022 It's only the 11th time in history that a team has gone back-to-back-to-back-to-back in a game and the first time it's happened in the first inning, according to ESPN's Marly Rivera. The last time it occurred before Saturday was in 2020 when the Chicago White Sox did it against, ironically, the Cardinals.Gibson, meanwhile, is just the sixth pitcher to surrender at least four consecutive homers in one inning, according to Baseball Almanac. He's the first Phillies hurler to do it since Charlie Bicknell on June 6, 1948, at St. Louis.Gibson's actually the second pitcher to give up four homers in one frame this season. Boston Red Sox right-hander Nathan Eovaldi allowed a record-tying five to the Astros in the second inning of his start on May 17.Copyright © 2022 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Saturday, Jul 2, 2022

FOX SportsThe Cardinals hit four home runs in a row for the 11th time in MLB history

The St. Louis Cardinals hit four home runs in a row for the 11th time in MLB history in the first inning Saturday. Nolan Arenado, Nolan Gorman, Juan Yepez and Dylan Carlson all went deep.

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Saturday, Jul 2, 2022

FOX SportsThe Cardnals hit four home runs in a row for the 11th time in MLB history

The St. Louis Cardinals hit four home runs in a row for the 11th time in MLB history in the first inning Saturday. Nolan Arenado, Nolan Gorman, Juan Yepez and Dylan Carlson all went deep.

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Saturday, Jul 2, 2022

The ScoreAll-Star finalists revealed: Judge, Acuna get starting spots, 6 Blue Jays advance

Major League Baseball announced its All-Star finalists Thursday after the completion of the first phase of voting.New York Yankees superstar Aaron Judge received a majors-leading 3,762,498 votes, while Atlanta Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna Jr. led the National League with 3,503,188 votes. As the leading vote-getters in their leagues, Judge and Acuna automatically receive starting spots in the 2022 All-Star Game on July 19 at Dodger Stadium.There are two finalists at each position, except in the outfield, where there are four finalists for the other two starting spots outside of Judge and Acuna. The Toronto Blue Jays have the most finalists with six, while the Braves' five finalists (besides Acuna) are the most in the NL.Phase 2 of the All-Star vote runs from Tuesday at noon ET until Friday, July 8 at 2 p.m. ET. Players who weren't named finalists can still make their league's All-Star roster as reserves.Bold indicates league-leading vote-getter* indicates player is currently injuredCatcher Quinn Harris / Getty Images Sport / GettyAL Player Team Votes OPS Alejandro Kirk Blue Jays 3296479 .933 Jose Trevino Yankees 1109206 .771 Runners-up: Martin Maldonado (HOU), Salvador Perez* (KC), Christian Vazquez (BOS)NL Player Team Votes OPS Willson Contreras Cubs 2146343 .913 Travis d'Arnaud Braves 1710837 .822 Runners-up: Yadier Molina (STL), Will Smith (LAD), Tyler Stephenson (CIN)First base Icon Sportswire / Icon Sportswire / GettyAL Player Team Votes OPS Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Blue Jays 2853265 .855 Ty France* Mariners 1279315 .867 Runners-up: Anthony Rizzo (NYY), Luis Arraez (MIN), Yuli Gurriel (HOU)NL Player Team Votes OPS Paul Goldschmidt Cardinals 2477992 1.054 Pete Alonso Mets 1521254 .919 Runners-up: Freddie Freeman (LAD), Matt Olson (ATL), Eric Hosmer (SD)Second base Mike Stobe / Getty Images Sport / GettyAL Player Team Votes OPS Jose Altuve Astros 1925693 .881 Santiago Espinal Blue Jays 1745741 .713 Runners-up: Andres Gimenez (CLE), Gleyber Torres (NYY), Trevor Story (BOS)NL Player Team Votes OPS Ozzie Albies* Braves 1745859 .694 Jazz Chisholm Jr.* Marlins 1731805 .860 Runners-up: Jeff McNeil (NYM), Gavin Lux (LAD), Nolan Gorman (STL)Third base Nuccio DiNuzzo / Getty ImagesAL Player Team Votes OPS Jose Ramirez Guardians 1971688 .982 Rafael Devers Red Sox 1871493 .979 Runners-up: Matt Chapman (TOR), DJ LeMahieu (NYY), Alex Bregman (HOU)NL Player Team Votes OPS Manny Machado Padres 2381477 .945 Nolan Arenado Cardinals 1618392 .835 Runners-up: Austin Riley (ATL), Justin Turner (LAD), Eduardo Escobar (NYM)Shortstop Icon Sportswire / Icon Sportswire / GettyAL Player Team Votes OPS Bo Bichette Blue Jays 2030733 .720 Tim Anderson White Sox 1273947 .837 Runners-up: Xander Bogaerts (BOS), Jeremy Pena (HOU), Isiah Kiner-Falefa (NYY)NL Player Team Votes OPS Trea Turner Dodgers 2177710 .849 Dansby Swanson Braves 1985444 .844 Runners-up: Francisco Lindor (NYM), Tommy Edman (STL), Fernando Tatis Jr.* (SD)Outfield Ronald Martinez / Getty Images Sport / GettyAL Player Team Votes OPS Aaron Judge Yankees 3762498 1.001 Mike Trout Angels 3381758 1.037 George Springer Blue Jays 1835729 .831 Giancarlo Stanton Yankees 1268284 .856 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. Blue Jays 1267586 .750 NL Player Team Votes OPS Ronald Acuna Jr. Braves 3503188 .828 Mookie Betts* Dodgers 3479480 .884 Joc Pederson Giants 1824390 .934 Starling Marte Mets 1236390 .769 Adam Duvall Braves 1070869 .628 Designated hitter Icon Sportswire / Icon Sportswire / GettyAL Player Team Votes OPS Yordan Alvarez Astros 2215456 1.070 Shohei Ohtani Angels 1664012 .855 Runners-up: Danny Jansen (TOR), J.D. Martinez (BOS), Miguel Cabrera (DET)NL Player Team Votes OPS Bryce Harper* Phillies 2560099 .985 William Contreras Braves 1775703 .899 Runners-up: Albert Pujols (STL), Max Muncy (LAD), J.D. Davis (NYM)Copyright © 2022 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Thursday, Jun 30, 2022

The ScoreOneil Cruz among NL Rookie of the Year favorites after dazzling '22 debut

Ahead of his delayed season debut last week, Oneil Cruz was a relative long shot to win NL Rookie of the Year. A week later, he's among the favorites.After his long-awaited premiere outing, the young Pirates star quickly dazzled MLB fans with a week of highlight plays. Cruz is favored at most shops - and was briefly the favorite at Barstool Sportsbook earlier this week - but is currently priced with the third-shortest odds (+500) on the board, just behind Padres starter MacKenzie Gore (+400) and red-hot Braves bat Michael Harris II (+425). PLAYER ODDS MacKenzie Gore +400 Michael Harris II +425 Oneil Cruz +500 Nolan Gorman +600 Spencer Strider +600 Juan Yepez +1500 Brendan Donovan +1700 Jack Suqinski +2200 Seiya Suzuki +2500 Alek Thomas +2700 Christopher Morel +5000 Luis Gonzalez +7500 CJ Abrams +10000 Edward Cabrera +10000 Hunter Greene +10000 Matthew Liberatore +10000 Nick Lodolo +10000 Max Meyer +10000 Bryson Stott +10000 Graham Ashcraft +10000 Ethan Small +15000 Mark Vientos +15000 Joey Bart +20000 Brett Baty +20000 Brennen Davis +20000 Ryan Pepiot +20000 Heliot Ramos +20000 Matt Vierling +20000 Luis Campusano +25000 Cade Cavalli +25000 Ryan Rolison +25000 Mickey Moniak +25000 JJ Bleday +30000 Sixto Sanchez +30000 Drew Waters +50000 It's been a winding road for Cruz, who entered the season as the favorite to win NL Rookie of the Year with the expectation that he'd make Pittsburgh's roster for Opening Day. That call never came for the top-15 prospect, and Cruz toiled away in the minors as fellow rookies got off to hot starts.Then news broke that he'd make his first major-league appearance, and we highlighted him as a potential dark-horse candidate to win the award at 21-1 odds. Sure enough, Cruz impressed in his record-setting debut with his arm and his bat. The 6-7 shortstop gunned down a would-be runner at first with a 96.7 MPH throw - fastest by any infielder this season - and later smacked a three-run double at 112.9 MPH, the hardest-hit ball by any Pirates batter this year.Cruz has continued his electric play throughout his first week of the campaign. On Monday, he crushed his first home run of the season into center field on a frozen rope that left his bat at 109.8 MPH and exited the park in roughly two seconds. Take a look for yourself: Oneil Cruz drills his first HR of the season! ( : @MLB)pic.twitter.com/kaggCEHlpl theScore (@theScore) June 28, 2022 If that's the start of a power surge for Cruz, the rest of the field is in trouble. The 23-year-old is hitting .250 with a subpar .438 slugging percentage, and his eight strikeouts with zero walks are a concern. But he's already batted in eight runners in eight games with just one solo home run to support it, as four of his eight hits have gone for extra bases.If Cruz doesn't improve his plate discipline, that could hamper his chances of putting together a strong end-of-season line. However, a slugger with Cruz's frame and natural power has plenty more highlight-reel plays to come at the plate and in the field, and he doesn't look like he's slowing down anytime soon.C Jackson Cowart is a sports betting writer at theScore. You can follow him on Twitter (@CJacksonCowart) or email him at [email protected] © 2022 Score Media Ventures Inc. All rights reserved. Certain content reproduced under license.

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Tuesday, Jun 28, 2022


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