Who Is Winning The Baseball Game

MLB Scores, Standings, Box Scores

Tm W L W-L% GB RS RA pythW-L%
TBR 100 62 .617 857 651 .623
NYY 92 70 .568 8.0 711 669 .528
BOS 92 70 .568 8.0 829 749 .546
TOR 91 71 .562 9.0 846 663 .610
BAL 52 110 .321 48.0 659 956 .336
Tm W L W-L% GB RS RA pythW-L%
CHW 93 69 .574 796 636 .601
CLE 80 82 .494 13.0 717 727 .494
DET 77 85 .475 16.0 697 756 .463
KCR 74 88 .457 19.0 686 788 .437
MIN 73 89 .451 20.0 729 834 .439
Tm W L W-L% GB RS RA pythW-L%
HOU 95 67 .586 863 658 .622
SEA 90 72 .556 5.0 697 748 .468
OAK 86 76 .531 9.0 743 687 .536
LAA 77 85 .475 18.0 723 804 .452
TEX 60 102 .370 35.0 625 815 .381
Tm W L W-L% GB RS RA pythW-L%
ATL 88 73 .547 790 656 .584
PHI 82 80 .506 6.5 734 745 .493
NYM 77 85 .475 11.5 636 668 .478
MIA 67 95 .414 21.5 623 701 .446
WSN 65 97 .401 23.5 724 820 .443
Tm W L W-L% GB RS RA pythW-L%
MIL 95 67 .586 738 623 .577
STL 90 72 .556 5.0 706 672 .523
CIN 83 79 .512 12.0 786 760 .515
CHC 71 91 .438 24.0 705 839 .421
PIT 61 101 .377 34.0 609 833 .361
Tm W L W-L% GB RS RA pythW-L%
SFG 107 55 .660 804 594 .635
LAD 106 56 .654 1.0 830 561 .672
SDP 79 83 .488 28.0 729 708 .513
COL 74 87 .460 32.5 739 796 .466
ARI 52 110 .321 55.0 679 893 .377
Tm W L W-L% GB RS RA pythW-L%
TBR 100 62 .617 857 651 .623
HOU 95 67 .586 5.0 863 658 .622
CHW 93 69 .574 7.0 796 636 .601
NYY 92 70 .568 8.0 711 669 .528
BOS 92 70 .568 8.0 829 749 .546
TOR 91 71 .562 9.0 846 663 .610
SEA 90 72 .556 10.0 697 748 .468
OAK 86 76 .531 14.0 743 687 .536
CLE 80 82 .494 20.0 717 727 .494
DET 77 85 .475 23.0 697 756 .463
LAA 77 85 .475 23.0 723 804 .452
KCR 74 88 .457 26.0 686 788 .437
MIN 73 89 .451 27.0 729 834 .439
TEX 60 102 .370 40.0 625 815 .381
BAL 52 110 .321 48.0 659 956 .336
Tm W L W-L% GB RS RA pythW-L%
SFG 107 55 .660 804 594 .635
LAD 106 56 .654 1.0 830 561 .672
MIL 95 67 .586 12.0 738 623 .577
STL 90 72 .556 17.0 706 672 .523
ATL 88 73 .547 18.5 790 656 .584
CIN 83 79 .512 24.0 786 760 .515
PHI 82 80 .506 25.0 734 745 .493
SDP 79 83 .488 28.0 729 708 .513
NYM 77 85 .475 30.0 636 668 .478
COL 74 87 .460 32.5 739 796 .466
CHC 71 91 .438 36.0 705 839 .421
MIA 67 95 .414 40.0 623 701 .446
WSN 65 97 .401 42.0 724 820 .443
PIT 61 101 .377 46.0 609 833 .361
ARI 52 110 .321 55.0 679 893 .377
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MLB games today: 2021-’22 MLB offseason Schedule

In time for the 2022 MLB season, we’ll be bringing back our MLB Games Today schedule. Major League Baseball declared a lockout on December 2, 2021, putting a halt to all MLB-related activities and delaying the start of spring training. As soon as the lockout is over, our MLB games today will be adjusted to reflect the new 2022 season schedule.

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There are no Major League Baseball games today. MLB’s lockout is currently causing spring training to be delayed, putting the start of the season’s first game in severe peril. When the lockout ends and a new collective bargaining agreement is reached, free agency and trades would commence immediately.

2021-2022 MLB offseason schedule

  • The deadline for a new collective-bargaining agreement is March 1. If a new collective-bargaining agreement is not completed by that date, the start of the 2022 Major League Baseball season will be postponed. MLB Opening Day: March 31 — This date is subject to change depending on the outcome of the MLB lockout.

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World Series game-by-game recap

As previously reported, Jorge Soler and Adam Duvall each hit home runs as the Atlanta Braves overcame the loss of starting pitcher Charlie Morton by riding an early offensive outburst to a 6-2 victory against the visiting Houston Astros in Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday. Visit this page to see Sportsnaut’s World Series game 1 recap and highlights.

Game 1 – Tuesday, October 26 Time (ET) TV
Atlanta Braves @ Houston Astros (Braves won 6-2 and lead Series 1-0) 8:09 PM FOX

On Wednesday, the Houston Astros defeated the Atlanta Braves, 7-2, to tie the World Series at one game apiece. Jose Altuve blasted a home run and right-hander Jose Urquidy pitched five good innings to secure the victory for Houston. Visit this page to see Sportsnaut’s World Series game 2 report and highlights.

Game 2 – Wednesday, October 27 Time (ET) TV
Atlanta Braves @ Houston Astros (Astros won 7-2, to tie the Series 1-1) 8:09 PM FOX

World Series Game 3 Recap: The Atlanta Braves took a 2-1 lead in the 2021 World Series on Friday evening owing to a superb pitching effort that finally led to a 2-0 triumph. Ian Anderson threw five innings without allowing a hit, while the Braves’ bullpen allowed only two hits to keep the Astros scoreless. Sportsnaut’s recap of Game 3 including highlights may be found by clicking here.

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Game 3 – Friday, October 29 Time (ET) TV
Houston Astros @ Atlanta Braves (Braves won 2-0, lead Series 2-1) 8:09 PM FOX

Game 4 of the World Series recap: With the Atlanta Braves behind 2-1 in the seventh inning, shortstop Dansby Swanson smashed a game-tying home run. Three pitches later, Jorge Soler hit a go-ahead home run narrowly over the right-field wall, and the Braves’ bullpen held on for the win, giving them a 3-1 lead in the World Series. Sportsnaut’s review of Game 4 of the World Series, including highlights, can be found here.

Game 4 Time (ET) TV
Houston Astros @ Atlanta Braves(Braves won 3-2 to lead Series 3-1) 8:09 PM FOX

Atlanta Braves shortstop Dansby Swanson hit a game-tying home run to tie the World Series Game 4 in the seventh inning, trailing 2-1. It took three pitches for Jorge Soler to drive in the winning run, and the Braves’ bullpen held on to secure a 3-1 victory and take a 3-1 lead in the World Series. Sportsnaut’s review of Game 4 of the World Series, complete with clips, is available here.

Game 5 Time (ET) TV
Houston Astros @ Atlanta Braves(Astros won 9-5, Braves lead 3-2) 8:15 PM FOX

Game 6 of the World Series recap: The Atlanta Braves earned their first World Series title since 1995 with a dominating 7-0 victory against the Houston Astros on Tuesday night –watch highlights now. Jorge Soler blasted a three-run home run, Dansby Swanson added a two-run blast, and Max Fried threw six scoreless innings for the Braves.

Game 6 Time (ET) TV
Atlanta Braves @ Houston Astros(Braves won 7-0 to win the World Series 4-2) 8:09 PM FOX, FOX-INT

Wins & Losses Through the Years

Before the 1960s, the Congressional Baseball Game was played irregularly, once a year, then twice a year, and in other years, it was never played at all.

During the late 1930s and early 1940s, Democrats and Republicans banded together to take on the press corps and win the election. Since 1962, the game has been played on a yearly basis.

Year Location Score 1 Winner
1909 American League Park 26–16 Democrats
1910 No Game
1911 American League Park 12–9 Democrats
1912 American League Park 21–20 Democrats
1913 American League Park 29–4 2 Democrats
1914 American League Park Democrats
1915 American League Park Democrats
1916 American League Park 18–13 Republicans
1917 American League Park 22–21 Democrats
1918 American League Park 9–5 Republicans
1919 American League Park Republicans
1920-1925 No Information3
1926 American League Park 12–9 Democrats
1927 No Game
1928 Griffith Stadium 36–4 Democrats
1929-1931 No Information
1932 4 Griffith Stadium 19–5 5 Republicans
1933 Griffith Stadium 18–16 Republicans
1934 No Information
1935 Members vs. The Press
1936 No Information
1937 Members vs. The Press
1938 Members vs. The Press
1939 Members vs. The Press
1940 No Information
1941 Members vs. The Press
1942-1944 No Information
1945 Griffith Stadium Democrats
1946 Griffith Stadium Democrats
1947 Griffith Stadium 16–13 Republicans
1948 Griffith Stadium 23–14 Democrats
1949 Griffith Stadium 16–10 Democrats
1950 Griffith Stadium 8–4 Democrats
1951 Griffith Stadium 7–3 Democrats
1952 Griffith Stadium 6–3 Democrats
1953 Griffith Stadium 3–2 Democrats
1954 Griffith Stadium 2–1 Democrats
1955 Griffith Stadium 12–4 Republicans
1956 Griffith Stadium 8–7 Republicans
1957 Griffith Stadium 10–9 Democrats
1958-1961 No Game
1962 D.C. Stadium 4–0 Republicans
1963 D.C. Stadium 11–0 Democrats
1964 D.C. Stadium 6–5 Republicans
1965 D.C. Stadium 3–1(Roll Calltrophy win) 6 Republicans
1966 D.C. Stadium 14–7 Republicans
1967 D.C. Stadium 9–7 Republicans
1968 D.C. Stadium 16–1(Roll Calltrophy win) Republicans
1969 RFK Stadium 6–2 Republicans
1970 RFK Stadium 6–4 Republicans
1971 RFK Stadium 7–3 (Roll Calltrophy win) Republicans
1972 RFK Stadium 7–2 Republicans
1973 Memorial Stadium 12–4 Republicans
1974 Memorial Stadium 7–4(Roll Calltrophy win) Republicans
1975 Memorial Stadium 3–2 Democrats
1976 Memorial Stadium 5–4 Democrats
1977 Langley High School,McLean, VA (2 rain outs force the game to the alternative field) 7–6 Republicans
1978 Four Mile Run Park 4–3 Republicans
1979 Four Mile Run Park 7–3(Roll Calltrophy win) Democrats
1980 Four Mile Run Park 21–9 Democrats
1981 Four Mile Run Park 6–4 Republicans
1982 Four Mile Run Park 7–5 Democrats
1983 Four Mile Run Park 17–17 Tied after 9 innings
1984 Four Mile Run Park 13–4 Republicans
1985 Four Mile Run Park 9–3(Roll Calltrophy win) Republicans
1986 Four Mile Run Park 8–6 Democrats
1987 Four Mile Run Park 15–14 Democrats
1988 Four Mile Run Park 14–13 Republicans
1989 Four Mile Run Park 8–2 Republicans
1990 Four Mile Run Park 9–6 Republicans
1991 Four Mile Run Park 13–9 Democrats
1992 Four Mile Run Park 11–7 Republicans
1993 Four Mile Run Park 13–1 Democrats
1994 Four Mile Run Park 9–2(Roll Calltrophy win) Democrats
1995 Prince George’s County Stadium 6–0 Republicans
1996 Prince George’s County Stadium 16–14 Democrats
1997 Prince George’s County Stadium 10–9 Republicans
1998 Prince George’s County Stadium 4–1(Roll Calltrophy win) Republicans
1999 Prince George’s County Stadium 17–1 Republicans
2000 Prince George’s County Stadium 13–8 Democrats
2001 Prince George’s County Stadium 9–1 Republicans
2002 Prince George’s County Stadium 9–2 (Roll Calltrophy win) Republicans
2003 Prince George’s County Stadium 5–3 Republicans
2004 Prince George’s County Stadium 14–7 Republicans
2005 RFK Stadium 19–10 (Roll Calltrophy win) Republicans
2006 RFK Stadium 12–1 Republicans
2007 RFK Stadium 5–2 Republicans
2008 Nationals Park 11–10 (Roll Calltrophy win) Republicans
2009 Nationals Park 15–10 Democrats
2010 Nationals Park 13–5 Democrats
2011 Nationals Park 8–2(Roll Calltrophy win) Democrats
2012 Nationals Park 18–5 Democrats
2013 Nationals Park 22–0 Democrats
2014 Nationals Park 16–6 (Roll Calltrophy win) Democrats
2015 Nationals Park 5–2 Democrats
2016 Nationals Park 8–7 Republicans
2017 Nationals Park 11–2 Democrats
2018 Nationals Park 21–5 (Roll Calltrophy win) Democrats
2019 Nationals Park 14-7 Democrats
2020 No Game
2021 Nationals Park 13-12 Republicans

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