In 2019, a few idea we had arrived at the pinnacle of number of position players pitching. In addition to the fact that Shohei Ohtani becoming was the game's first obvious two-way genius in quite a while, yet groups were falling back on their non-pitchers to pitch substantially more. Furthermore, it was expected that 2019 would be the top since the approaching three-hitter least would save warm up areas and permit them to pitch more. Indeed, that is not the very thing occurred. 2020 added up to 90 position player appearances, 2021 finished off that with 95. 2022 is falling behind, yet is still poised to add up to around 80. These most recent appearances have been accentuated by the vibe great appearances of legends like Albert Pujols or Yadier Molina. The Rockies got in on the tomfoolery last week (all things considered, on the off chance that you can call a 14-1 drubbing fun) when they focused on Randal Grichuk to the hill, safeguarding the warm up area during a victory misfortune to the Marlins in Game 1 of a doubleheader. In nothing unexpected to anybody, Grichuk tossed a 1-2-3 10th, closing out the Marlins - the group that scored 26 goes against the Rockies on Wednesday alone.