Jose Bautista of the Mets is Thursday’s Box-Toppers Player of the Day.
Bautista hit a grand slam and doubled, going 3-for-4, scoring three times and driving in seven runs, in the 24-4 win over the Phillies.Read More
Red Sox pitcher Rick Porcello is Tuesday’s Box-Toppers Player of the Day.
Also Tuesday, two players rise in Box-Toppers season player rankings top 10 after earning Player of the Game honors—Diamondbacks pitcher Patrick Corbin rises to seventh place and Indians pitcher Corey Kluber rises to eighth place.
Porcello, Corbin and Kluber are among five players with 10 or more Box-Toppers points this season who earned Player of the Game honors Tuesday.Read More
Red Sox pitcher David Price is Saturday’s Box-Toppers Player of the Day, becoming the 21st player this season to reach 10 Box-Toppers points.
Also Saturday, two players rise into Box-Toppers season player rankings top 10 after earning Player of the Game honors—Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola rises to seventh place and Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer rises to eighth place.
In addition, J.D. Martinez of the Red Sox extends his Box-Toppers points lead among American League batters after earning AL Batter of the Day honors.Read More
Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer leads Box-Toppers season player rankings for the second straight week.
Scherzer and all other major category points leaders maintain their leads from last week: Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale leads American League players, J.D. Martinez of the Red Sox leads American League batters and Eugenio Suarez of the Reds leads National League batters.Read More
The Boston Red Sox maintain their lead in Box-Toppers team rankings for the second straight week.
Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Dodgers maintain their lead among National League teams and the Oakland Athletics are Box-Toppers’ hottest team of the past week.Read More
Indians pitcher Corey Kluber is Saturday’s Box-Toppers Player of the Day, rising to eighth place in season player rankings and reaching 100 Box-Toppers points for his career.
Kluber pitched a complete-game, three-hit shutout, striking out seven and walking one, in the 3-0 win over the Angels.Read More
Meanwhile, Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale rises to lead American League players in Box-Toppers points, also passing Severino. Both players leading their league’s batters in Box-Toppers points remain the same—J.D. Martinez of the Red Sox leads the American League and Eugenio Suarez of the Reds leads the National League.Read More
The Boston Red Sox rise to lead Box-Toppers team rankings after acquiring Ian Kinsler from the Angels and winning five of six games they played this week.Read More
Steve Pearce of the Red Sox is Thursday’s Box-Toppers Player of the Day.
Also Thursday, Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer extended his lead in Box-Toppers season player rankings after earning National League Player of the Day honors. Scherzer also became the first player to reach 20 Box-Toppers points this season, the fifth straight season he’s reached that milestone.Read More
Box-Toppers tracks who most helps their team win the most games. Using standard box score statistics, Box-Toppers uses a simple formula to determine a Player of the Game for each Major League Baseball game played. That player is the person who contributed most to his team’s win. Players earn Box-Toppers points for being named Player of the Game and can earn bonus points for being Player of the Day or top player or batter in their league for the day.