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Astros' Alex Bregman: Tallies three hits

Bregman went 3-for-5 with a run scored and an RBI on Tuesday against the Mets. Bregman was part of a four-run rally for the Astros in the first inning, delivering an RBI single and coming around to score on a three-run home run by Kyle Tucker. Bregman is hitting .412 with three homers, eight RBI and nine runs scored across his last 10 starts. He is still hitting only .242 on the season, though his .772 OPS is in line with his performance in recent campaigns.
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Astros' Alex Bregman: Opens scoring with three-run blast

Bregman went 2-for-4 with a three-run home run, a walk and an additional run scored in Thursday's 7-6 loss to the Yankees. Jameson Taillon had a rough first inning, allowing the first two Astros hitters to reach base before Bregman's three-run blast. During a six-game hitting streak, Bregman has gone 9-for-20 (.450) with three homers, seven RBI and seven runs scored, and that span includes multiple hits in each of his last three contests. He's posted a .234/.353/.409 slash line in 67 games overall, but his recent work is more in line with what fantasy managers have come to expect of him in his career. With nine long balls this season, he's just three shy of his mark from 91 contests in 2021.
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Astros' Alex Bregman: Launches eighth homer

Bregman went 2-for-3 with a two-run home run during Wednesday's 5-3 win versus the Mets. He was also hit by a pitch. The 28-year-old delivered a two-run homer during the opening frame, which was immediately followed by a solo shot from Yordan Alvarez. Bregman entered Wednesday's contest with a .655 OPS in June, but he's now in the midst of a five-game hit streak, during which he's gone 7-for-16 with two home runs, four walks, four RBI and five runs scored.
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Astros' Alex Bregman: Crosses the plate three times

Bregman went 1-for-3 with a homer, two RBI and three runs scored in Friday's win over the White Sox. Bregman launched a two-run blast to center in the top of the first to give the Astros an early lead. He picked up two more runs in the sixth inning, scoring once on a throwing error and again on a Yordan Alvarez homer. Hopefully for Bregman, the Astros and fantasy managers this was a sign of things to come, as it was his first home run since May 23. The third baseman is slashing just .180/.305/.300 this month.
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Alex Bregman gets hilarious award added to his stats page

Mike Trout revealed on Sunday that Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman won the fantasy football league that led to the recent dispute between Tommy Pham and Joc Pederson. Now, the accomplishment is listed as one of Bregman’s three career individual awards on Baseball-Reference. Under the “Appearances on Leaderboards,...
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Astros: Alex Bregman won Mike Trout’s infamous fantasy league

Weeks later, Tommy Pham and Joc Pederson’s incident lives on, as Alex Bregman was revealed the winner of the infamous fantasy league. Over two weeks ago, Cincinnati Reds’ left fielder Tommy Pham slapped San Fransisco Giants’ outfielder Joc Pederson in the outfield prior to a series opener between their respective clubs. The incident caught the baseball world by storm, while the impromptu slap was unwarranted to any reporter’s knowledge.
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Ja'Marr Chase helps Alex Bregman win Tommy Pham/Joc Pederson fantasy football league

The winner of the fantasy football league that caused a dispute between the Reds' Tommy Pham and the San Francisco Giants' Joc Pederson was the Houston Astros' Alex Bregman, league commissioner Mike Trout of the Angels said on ESPN's "Sunday Night Baseball."  And Cincinnati Bengals receiver Ja'Marr Chase's efforts reportedly helped Bregman to the...
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Jeremy Peña Refuses to be Shaken, Alex Bregman Only Blames Himself and the Astros Reveal Their True Character While Losing

Jeremy Pena is not afraid of embracing the spotlight. (Photo by F. Carter Smith) If Jeremy Peña is shaken, he certainly does not show it. The Houston Astros rookie who’s done everything right saw everything go wrong in a 5-1 loss to the Miami Marlins, but Peña does not appear fazed as he steps in front of the big Astros logo wall in the clubhouse to talk to a few reporters afterwards.
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