Jerry Seinfeld attended the NLCS game between the Cubs and Mets at Citi Field on Sunday, and the lifelong fan of New York’s National League team was very excited as the Mets defeated Chicago, 4-1. The Mets were not the only team getting some extra support from a comedy legend during Game 2 as Bill Murray also made his way out into the cold Queens night to support the Cubs. Here's a look at the celebrities in attendance during the 2015 MLB postseason.
Shohei Ohtani has taken baseball by storm so far in 2018, with the 23-year-old Japanese phenom captivating audiences with a fastball that can touch 100 mph and a fearsome presence in the batter's box. In his first two starts on the mound, Ohtani totaled 18 strikeouts and gave up just four hits and three runs. And in his first week at the plate, he hit three home runs, more than Mike Trout or Aaron Judge. Here are some of his most memorable moments from the start of the season.