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The schedule for both the AL and NL Championship Series could be altered because of the forecast of heavy rain in New York on Wednesday, sources told ESPN.

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During a workout day Monday, with neither the Yankees nor the Houston Astros actually working out after playing 4 hours, 49 minutes on Sunday in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series — an 11-inning, 3-2 walk-off win for the Astros — Aaron Boone announced his intention to deploy his bullpen for Game 4 at Yankee Stadium. Astros manager AJ Hinch said Monday that he is considering a similar strategy.

Right-hander Luis Severino will be on the mound for the Yankees for Game 3 vs. 2019 Cy Young candidate Gerrit Cole for the Astros.


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“For [Game 4 on Wednesday], it will be kind of a bullpen day,” Boone said. “Obviously, depends a lot on what happens tomorrow, how we use guys, what the game ends up in. We’ll kind of see where we’re at going into the next day. J.A. Happ could very much be in the mix, as well as our bullpen being unleashed on that day.”

The Yankees’ five elite bullpen arms had a light workload in September, with only Chad Green (13.1 IP) pitching nine-plus innings. Adam Ottavino logged 8 2/3 innings, Tommy Kahnle 7 1/3 innings, Zack Britton 7 innings and Aroldis Chapman 4 1/3 innings.

Having fresh arms in the bullpen served the Yankees well in their sweep of the Minnesota Twins in the American League Division Series, with relievers throwing just a third of an inning less than the total amount of innings thrown by the starters.

The Yankees’ relief core combined for 13 1/3 innings pitched vs. Minnesota. Yankees starters Masahiro Tanaka, James Paxton and Severino pitched 13 2/3 innings in the ALDS.

During the 2018 ALDS vs. the Boston Red Sox, Boone was heavily criticized for his bullpen management and sticking with his starters too long. As was evident against the Twins, this postseason has been a completely different story.

Although Game 1 of the ALCS started with a stellar pitching performance by Tanaka, Boone didn’t let go of his quick hook. Tanaka was taken out of the game after throwing only 68 pitches over six scoreless innings, which, according to data, meant he became the first AL pitcher in postseason history to be removed after fewer than 70 pitches thrown in six-plus shutout innings.

In Game 2, Boone pulled starter James Paxton in the third inning and went on to make eight pitching changes. Paxton threw 2 1/3 innings; the Yankees’ bullpen combined to throw 7 2/3 innings.

Boone has been ambivalent when asked whether last year’s postseason criticism has affected how he has managed his relievers so far, but there is no doubt that he will not hesitate to deploy all of his bullpen weapons.

“I kind of go into the game and go into series and try and have a blueprint or a plan in place that obviously is always fluid, and you’ve got to make adjustments on the fly,” Boone said ahead of the start of the ALCS. “Just trying to do what’s going to give us the best chance to win. So I don’t know if it’s in response to anything or just trying to be as prepared as I can be to make sound decisions.”

The Astros are also looking to their bullpen to carry the load in Game 4. When asked about his Game 4 plans, Hinch said, “The initial answer is, let’s call it a bullpen day. That’s the cool thing to say nowadays. It’s a bullpen day.”

Hinch was asked his thoughts on the “opener” strategy that has become en vogue the past couple of seasons during the Astros’ ALDS against Tampa Bay. The Rays are credited with bringing the strategy into baseball’s mainstream, but Hinch said he hadn’t used it because the Astros’ rotation has been so strong.

Late in the season, Hinch’s No. 4 starter, Wade Miley, struggled so badly that he was left off the roster for the ALCS. Another option, hard-throwing rookie Jose Urquidy, is inexperienced. A third option, Brad Peacock, is coming off of injury. Thus, bullpenning has arrived for the Astros.

“In a perfect world, there’s going to be a number of guys — maybe Urquidy starts, maybe he comes in the middle of the game,” Hinch said. “And [maybe] we go with somebody with a little bit more experience. But we haven’t made that decision.”

A midweek storm could throw a wrench in the Yankees’ and Astros’ pitching plans.

The weather forecast calls for widespread thunderstorms in the New York City area on Wednesday, with a 100% chance of rain at first pitch (8:07 pm ET). In case of a rainout, Game 4 at Yankee Stadium would be played Thursday and Game 5 Friday, which is the scheduled travel day back to Houston, if necessary.

If Game 4 gets pushed back because of weather, Hinch’s decision to bullpen might be moot. He could instead use his Game 1 starter, Zack Greinke, on normal rest.

Boone said he would not manage his bullpen differently with the possibility of a rainout.

“If weather becomes an issue, where the game were to get wiped out Wednesday, that kind of impacts what you do moving forward from there,” Boone said. “As far as Tuesday, Sevy is going. We like our matchup there, feel he gives us a great chance. But we’ll kind of treat it aggressively and try to win that game. I do not really see Wednesday leaking into that too much.”

If Game 4 is moved to Thursday, the Yankees would likely start Tanaka, allowing him to pitch on regular rest. Nonetheless, a rainout could force the teams to play up to four straight games, which could be seen as an advantage for the Astros, who have three reliable starters who can go deep into games.

When reached for a statement, an MLB spokesperson told ESPN: “We are always in contact with our clubs about weather-related issues that may impact the scheduled playing of any game.”

If the rainout occurs, the Yankees and Astros — who play Game 3 Tuesday in New York with the series tied at 1-1 — would be rescheduled to play Games 4 and 5 on Thursday and Friday in New York, before returning to Houston for a potential Game 6 on Saturday.

Sources said MLB would likely announce any change in an NLCS Game 5 prior to Wednesday, giving the teams and fans time to adjust. The Nationals lead the series 2-0 heading into Monday night’s Game 3, so that series could be over as soon as Tuesday night.

If the Yankees and Astros are delayed a day, it could affect pitching plans for both teams. The Astros could bring back Zack Greinke for Game 4 on regular rest, and the Yankees — who are planning a bullpen day for Game 4 — could instead go back to Masahiro Tanaka on regular rest.

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LOS ANGELES — Behind a large contingent of fans chanting, “Let’s go, Niners!” at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum on Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Replica Nike Los Angeles Rams Jerseys China 20-7, delivering the Rams their third consecutive loss of the season.

It’s the first time since Sean McVay was hired as coach in 2017 that the Rams have lost three straight games. The skid comes a season after McVay led the Rams to an NFC championship and a Super Bowl appearance.

“Was it a humbling day for us? Absolutely,” McVay said after the game. “But it’s something that we’re going to learn from. We’re not going to let it demoralize us.”

Quarterback Jared Goff passed for a career-low 78 yards, completing 13 of 24 passes. He was sacked four times. Goff’s previous low was set in 2016, his rookie season, when he passed for 90 yards in a 22-21 loss to the 49ers.

“It’s a gut check,” Goff said about the losing streak. “Are you who you say you are? I know who this team is. … We’re going to get right back on track.”

The Rams played Sunday without running back Todd Gurley, cornerback Aqib Talib and outside linebacker Clay Matthews, who were all inactive because of injuries.


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Running back Malcolm Brown started in place of Gurley and rushed for 40 yards on 11 carries. Rookie Darrell Henderson rushed for 39 yards on six carries. He also lost a fumble on the Rams opening drive of the second half.

The Rams took an early 7-0 lead on a 7-play drive, as Brown rushed for 40 yards on five carries and receiver Robert Woods rushed for 16 yards on 2 carries, including an 8-yard touchdown run.

But the 49ers scored 20 unanswered points behind a 2-yard touchdown run by Tevin Coleman and a 1-yard run by quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.

The Rams had the chance to cut into the 49ers’ 20-7 lead with 8:49 to play when defensive tackle Aaron Donald strip-sacked Garoppolo, and linebacker Cory Littleton recovered, then tossed a lateral to cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman, who stepped out of bounds at the 49ers’ 36-yard line. But the Rams were unable to convert the takeaway into points, as they were stopped on fourth down.

“It goes back to the consistency I always talk about,” Goff said. “It’s something we are struggling with offensively.”

“This is tough,” said Woods, who did not record a single catch. “We’re competing, battling, going out there and just not executing.”

The Rams went 0-for-9 on third down. It was their first game without a third-down conversion since they went 0-for-11 against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sept. 7, 2008.

Rams coach Sean McVay and QB Jared Goff react after the team was stopped at the goal line in Sunday’s loss to the 49ers. Chris Williams/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
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“We came out and started fast, but it comes down to consistency,” Woods said. “We look like a good offense sometimes, look like a bad offense. Just not being consistent.”

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The Rams (3-3) are in third place in the NFC West behind the 49ers (5-0) and Seahawks (5-1), putting their run at a third consecutive division title in jeopardy.

“I trust that this is a mentally tough team,” McVay said. “We have mentally tough people in our building. This is a real opportunity to be what we say we are, and we are just going to go to work. We are going to stay together. We’re not going to let the outside influences create a divide with us.”

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The Cowboys opened the season 3-0 with one of the highest-scoring offenses in the NFL. With their 24-22 loss to the previously winless Replica Nike New York Jets Jerseys China on Sunday, they now find themselves in a bit of a freefall even if they are still tied with the Replica Nike Philadelphia Eagles Jerseys China atop the NFC East.

“I’m going to be very trite. I was a lot happier with what he had done the first three games than what’s happened the last three games,” Jones said. “But the big thing I want to say is it’s not just him. This is across the board. That had a lot of input out there tonight to get in that spot.”

Speaking on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas last week, Jones dispelled the possibility of Garrett getting fired in-season after some oddsmakers made him the second favorite to be fired behind Atlanta’s Dan Quinn.


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“Don’t bet any money [on] that happening,” Jones said. “You’ll lose it.”

Jones has made only one in-season coaching move, jettisoning Wade Phillips in favor of Garrett after a 1-7 start to the 2010 season. Garrett took over the job on a full-time basis in 2011 and has made the playoffs three times, but has not advanced past the divisional round.

He is in the final year of his contract, essentially coaching for his future.

“If you really look at it, you can’t take one thing. It can be a list of 15 things with some having more of an emphasis on maybe the player, the execution, mistakes, breaks — all of those kinds of things. Across the board we did not play well enough to win. Had we been able to tie this thing up, or win that thing at the end, it wouldn’t be because we played well. You guys would be writing about a team that did not play well that won a game. Instead you’re [writing] about a team that what usually happens to you when you don’t play well. Am I thinking that this is what we are going to be or what we can do with our 10 games that we have remaining, here we are leading the NFC East? Not at all.

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“I want to look at the things that we’re doing right and we’ll give a good look at making the adjustments or whatever the things that haven’t gone good here.”

The Cowboys were 3-3 after six games in 2018 and fell to 3-5 before turning their season around, winning the division and a playoff game.

“Ultimately everything that we want will be determined by what we do from this moment forward,” Garrett said. “We just have to get back to work [Monday], take it one day at a time and try to get better as a football team.”

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ST. LOUIS — Are the baseballs traveling less distance in the postseason? Cardinals manager Mike Shildt says they are, at least according to data from the team’s analytics department.

Before Saturday’s Game 2 of the National League Championship Series, Shildt said the front office reported that balls are traveling 4.5 fewer feet on average than during the regular season, when there were a record number of home runs hit.

“Our front-office analytical group is saying the ball’s not traveling at about a 4½-foot difference,” he said. “I don’t know how that impacts what you do as far as your matchups or more inclined to throw a fly ball guy, I mean, 4½ feet is not overly significant, maybe gives us an opportunity to rob someone of a homer a little bit more. But I don’t think it really impacts how you make decisions.”

Shildt’s NLCS counterpart, Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez, said his defensive game plan in Game 1 took into account the decreased ball travel.

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A study published on Thursday by Rob Arthur of Baseball Prospectus argued that there has been more air resistance on the ball, thus limiting the distance it travels.

“The probability that a random selection of games from the rest of the regular season would feature as much air resistance as we’ve seen so far in the postseason is about one in one thousand,” Arthur wrote. His model estimated an additional 24 home runs should have been hit in the playoffs at the time beyond the 43 that had been hit.

In response to the talk that the postseason ball might be different, Major League Baseball issued the following statement: “The baseballs used in Major League Baseball are manufactured in batches. Balls that are used in the Postseason are pulled from the same batches as balls used in the regular season. The only difference is the Postseason stamp that is placed on the ball. As has been previously acknowledged, however, the drag of the baseball can vary over different time periods.”

Of course, aces such as Gerrit Cole and Max Scherzer may have something to do with the decline. Weather is another factor, although Arthur largely debunked that notion in his article. It was 45 degrees in St. Louis at game time on Friday night, by far the coldest game of the postseason so far. (In the Cardinals’ division series against the Atlanta Braves, the temperatures were 94, 95, 63, 72 and 73.)

“I would say [Friday] it was just a matter of it being a little bit colder out and to have a day where it doesn’t travel as much, maybe just the weather changing,” Cardinals outfielder Tommy Edman said.

After a 2019 season that saw things go entirely sideways in Denver, changes figure to be afoot for the Rockies this offseason. Despite returning most of a roster that managed a postseason berth in 2018, Bud Black’s club whimpered to a 71-91 record this past season and likely would have ended up in the NL West cellar had it not been for a circumspective second-half collapse on the part of the rival Padres.

Nick Groke of The Athletic, for one, is already musing on potential changes that GM Jeff Bridich could make in an effort to get the club back in contention for 2020 (link). Specifically, Groke points out several players who could be on the “hot seat” this winter, given the club’s current 40-man roster squeeze. Five players currently on the club’s 60-day injured list–Brendan Rodgers, Scott Oberg, Jon Gray, Tyler Anderson and Chad Bettis–will need to be moved off the IL this offseason, necessitating at least five impending roster decisions for Bridich. Groke identifies pitcher Jeff Hoffman as the man that should fall firmly into his club’s roster trimming crosshairs, as his age (26) and near-complete lack of production (6.11 ERA in 209.1 career innings) render his former top-50 prospect status little more than a wistful memory. Groke names ten other players as possible roster casualties, although Bridich signee Ian Desmond–who has produced a cumulative -1.7 fWAR in three Colorado seasons after agreeing to a 5-year/$70MM deal in 2016–is conspicuously absent from his list.

The New York Yankees are set to visit Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas for game 2 of the ALCS against the Houston Astros. The New York Yankees come into this matchup with a 1-0 record in this series, and they will be looking to continue their success after winning game 1 against the Houston Astros, 7-0. Masahiro Tanaka received the starting nod for the New York Yankees, and he had success as he went 6 scoreless innings while giving up only 1 hit. Gleyber Torres had a big game from the plate for the New York Yankees as he went 3 for 5 with 1 HR and 5 RBIs.

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The Houston Astros come into this matchup with a 0-1 record in this series, and they will be looking to rebound after dropping game 1 against the New York Yankees, 7-0. Zack Greinke received the starting nod for the Houston Astros, and he struggled as he gave up 3 earned runs in 6 innings. The Houston Astros struggled from the plate as they only recorded 3 hits, but Michael Brantley, Jose Altuve, and Kyle Tucker were responsible for those hits.

Desmond has two years and $25MM in guarantees remaining on his deal (the pact includes a $15MM option for 2022 which is attached to a $2MM buyout), but it may be time to wonder if the club should swallow bravely and push the ’eject’ button on the ill-fated Desmond deal. While it would be enticing to believe that the former shortstop could be on the brink of a turnaround, there would be little hard evidence to support such a case: his .304 BABIP in three Colorado seasons is only marginally below his .321 career marker, and his 2019 XWOBA of .309 was right in line with his WOBA of .317; moreover, Desmond is 34 years old, and his troubles at the plate are really only the beginning of his performance problems.

When Desmond came to the Rockies in 2017, he was a distinct shortstop/centerfielder hybrid who, despite something of an inconsistent offensive track record, offered somewhat stable value on the bases and in the field. As you might expect for a player reaching his mid-thirties, much of that athletically dependent ability has appeared to abandon Desmond. 2019 marked the first time since 2012 that the native Floridian recorded a negative baserunning metric (-1.7 BSR), while his work in the Rockies outfield was generally a horrorshow. A move back to centerfield produced a -19 DRS mark in 2019 for Desmond, with UZR also generally thumbing its nose at his up-the-middle efforts (-7.2 UZR in 2019 at CF).

Admittedly, metrics indicated a roughly average performance for Desmond in 300-plus innings in left field, but can the club continue to justify running out an average-fielding corner outfielder with negative basepath value and a bat that has been markedly below-average in his three years in Colorado? After all, Desmond’s combined 80 wRC+ during his three years in purple and black is, in itself, indicative of a player who probably should not be long for a major league roster. Add in the other limitations to Desmond’s current game, and the patina of “veteran leadership” falls short of explaining his prospective inclusion on Colorado’s 2020 roster.

It is exceedingly rare to see club’s simply cut bait on $25MM in financial commitment. Still, when winning takes precedent, there is a recent parallel for weighting on-field results over balance sheet concerns. The Red Sox–though operating in an entirely different financial habitat than the Rockies–have continued to pay handsomely for the services of outfielder Rusney Castillo; all they’ve asked of Castillo in return is that he kindly provide those services to the Red Sox of Pawtucket, rather than Boston. Point being: when a pennant-seeking organization recognizes a player can’t play up to his contract, they do whatever it takes to sidestep a sunk cost fallacy. If the Rockies plan on contending in the next two seasons, they might be well served to begin their offseason roster trimming with a rather painful decision, rather than paring away mid-20’s players who may yet have their best baseball ahead of them.

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In the Cardinals’ 2-0 loss to the Nationals in Game 1, Marcell Ozuna blasted a second-inning pitch from Anibal Sanchez at 105.8 mph with a 36-degree launch angle. According to Arthur on Twitter, a ball hit with that exit velocity and launch angle should have a 70% probability of being a home run. Granted, Ozuna hit to center field, the deepest part of the ballpark, but the ball died short of the warning track, 382 feet from home plate. Statcast, MLB’s statistical service, gave the ball an expected batting average of .690. Instead, it fell harmlessly into the glove of Michael Taylor.

“I thought Ozuna got his ball, based on the sound, based on the swing,” Shildt said. “But clearly it didn’t get out.”

Edman and Cardinals teammate Jose Martinez said there hasn’t been much talk among the players about the ball.

“I haven’t noticed anything different in the ball,” Edman said, asking Martinez if he had.

“I don’t think so,” Martinez said. “I think it’s just, I mean, the ball is not going — when you hit the ball it’s going to go out, it’s going to go out. For us, it’s nothing like we have to talk about.”

In the regular season, teams averaged a home run every 24.59 at-bats. Heading into Saturday’s games, they’ve averaged one every 26.87 at-bats. After averaging 4.83 runs per game in the regular season, scoring is down to 4.0 runs per game so far in the playoffs. Of course, the league’s better pitchers play more in the postseason and some teams haven’t had to dig down to their No. 4 starters yet, plus scoring usually goes down in the postseason — but not to this extent:

2014-2018: Down from 4.38 per game to 4.07

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During the division series, Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said he felt the ball had changed.

“Yeah, it’s interesting, there are a couple balls that I felt that — I don’t know the weather patterns of D.C., but that maybe you see the trajectory and the sound and it doesn’t seem like it’s traveling — even the Cody [Bellinger] ball that it seems like that ball, other times during the year, might have went out or went a little bit deeper in the ballpark. So I’m sure there’s going to be some digging on that, but yeah, it seems a little different.”

Justin Verlander, who said in July that he believed “100 percent” that MLB had implemented juiced balls to increase offense in the regular season, said on Saturday that he hasn’t noticed a difference in the ball so far in the postseason.

He did, however, call for a return to small ball, a strategy he said has faded from the game with the increase in home runs this year.

“You look at the course of an inning,” Verlander said, “we’re almost like playing an ADD (attention deficit disorder) version of baseball right now, where it’s these huge elation moments, home run, home run, yeah, yeah. And then you’re just kind of sitting there waiting for the next moment with a bunch of strikeouts in between. If you’re not a fan of strikeouts, then what are you watching?”

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady entered Thursday night’s game against the New York Giants needing 18 yards to pass his longtime rival, Peyton Manning, and move into second place on the NFL’s all-time passing yardage list.

Brady did it quickly with a 19-yard completion to Sony Michel at 14:20 of the first quarter.

Entering Thursday’s game, Brady had totaled 71,923 passing yards in the regular season. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees holds the top spot, with 74,845 yards. Official NFL records account for only the regular season. When including the playoffs, Brady is No. 1.

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Over the course of his 20-year career, Brady has regularly deflected praise on such milestones.

“I think having a lot of perspective on things like this is where I like to come from. I don’t believe football is an individual sport,” he said Monday in his weekly radio interview on Westwood One. “So any individual accomplishment, to me, is always a team accomplishment. There is nothing you can accomplish in football without everybody else doing their job. I think I’ve always taken to football because of that.”


Representatives for Colin Kaepernick say they have reached out to all 32 NFL teams about possible opportunities for the free-agent quarterback but have received “little to no response.”

This update was part of a lengthy statement released Thursday by agents Jeff Nalley and Jasmine Windham, with the headline “Facts to Address the False Narratives Regarding Colin Kaepernick.”

Kaepernick’s representatives say he has not demanded a specific salary and that he still wants to play in the NFL.

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“Not a single team has brought Colin in for a workout,” the statement said. “Seattle brought Colin in for a visit but did not work him out. … No other NFL team has interviewed or worked out Colin in the past three seasons, despite other false statements to the media to the contrary.

“… In 25 years, I have never seen anything like it.”

Kaepernick, who turns 32 on Nov. 3, has not played in the NFL since 2016, when he began protesting police brutality and racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem. He opted out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers in March 2017.

Within the past two years, Kaepernick and safety Eric Reid filed grievances against the league through the National Football League Players Association, alleging collusion among league owners to deny them jobs.

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Reid has since landed a job with the Carolina Panthers.

Kaepernick’s representatives said he has been “working out five days a week, for three years, in preparation to play again” but that the opportunity hasn’t presented itself.


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Brady, 42, has posted 90 career games in which he has thrown for 300 or more yards. Only Brees (116) and Manning (93) have more.

Furthermore, in 2018, Brady became just the fourth NFL player to reach 6,000 completions, joining Brees (6,621), Brett Favre (6,300) and Manning (6,125). He is also one of four quarterbacks to throw 35 or more touchdowns in a season four different times, along with Manning, Brees and Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers.

Brady said he doesn’t play for such records.

“I’m not a golfer. I don’t play tennis. You look at some of these individual sports, and yeah, it’s amazing and there’s great accomplishments. But I think the joy in sports for me is the relationships I’ve built with my teammates, my coaches and the organization I’ve represented,” Brady said in the radio interview this week. “Because I’ve been fortunate to play in the same place for 20 years, with great teammates, I’ve been able to pile up a lot of individual statistics. But the reality for me, all of those I share with all the guys I play with.”

Brady reflected on being interested in records as a baseball fan growing up in the Bay Area, following which players might break the mark for most home runs in a season.

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“I don’t know so many football ones. I didn’t think about those. There have really been some incredible ones. I’ve watched this show on ESPN+, with Peyton, called ‘Peyton’s Places’ and I watched one the other day, ‘Unbreakable Records.’ It was very cool to just see so many of these different records that are still standing. Emmitt Smith’s career rushing yards. Jerry Rice’s career receiving yards. Some of these things, I don’t think will be broken for a very, very long time, if ever.”

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Asked by host Jim Gray on Westwood One the best record to have in football, Brady said, “If you look at individual seasons, those are pretty unique because it’s just one snapshot. I think when you look at career yards, it’s totally different. Peyton Manning’s 55 touchdowns in one year — that was incredible. I remember watching that. I had held the record at that point, at 50. … They just had a prolific offense. It’s pretty amazing when you have seasons like that.”