Eyes on the ball: Errors to hit another record low

Eyes on the ball: Errors to hit another record low

There have been just 2,459 errors entering the final weekend of the regular season, on track to finish as the fewest in a non-shortened year since 1960. The per-game average of 0.52 will set a record low for the third straight season.


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