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At least one National League team is assured of setting the National League record for the most pitchers used in League history.

Several teams in MLB have a chance to beat the all time record of 42 pitchers used.

Barring a change in roster composition, and assuming implementation of the DH in the NL next season, this is the final year NL teams have a chance at breaking the all time record for batters in a season.

National League (53) / All Time Record (53 - Tie) for Hitters Used in a Season Contenders:  New York Mets 50; Los Angeles Dodgers 49 ; 

American League Pitcher Used Record (42) Contenders: Toronto 37 ; Tampa Bay 36

Current / Previous Records - National League Pitchers Used in a Season (Previous record 37): New York Mets 39 (Current NL Record Holder); Arizona Diamondbacks 38; Chicago Cubs 37; Milwaukee Brewers 36; Los Angeles Dodgers 35

National (1876 - 2021) & American (1901 - 2021) Team Record Holders:

Hitters (NL & AL - 1 or more plate appearances in a season)

  1. 53 Philadelphia Athletics (Philadelphia 1901-1954; Kansas City 1955-1967; Oakland 1968-Current) (AL 1915 43-109-2)
  2. 53 Washington Nationals (Montreal Expos 1969-2004; Washington Nationals 2005-Current) (NL 2006 71-91)
  3. 51 New York Mets (1962-Current) (NL 1967 61-101)
  4. 50 Detroit Tigers (1901-Current) (AL 1912 69-84-1)
  5. 49 Brooklyn Dodgers (Brooklyn 1884-1957; Los Angeles 1958-Current) (NL 1944 63-91-1)
  6. 46 Pittsburgh Alleghenys (Pirates 1882-Current) (NL 1890 23-113-2)
  7. 46 Philadelphia Phillies (1883-Current) (NL 1939 45-106-1)
  8. 45 Saint Louis Browns (Milwaukee Brewers 1901; Saint Louis Browns 1902-1953; Baltimore Orioles 1954-Current) (AL 1911 45-107-0)
  9. 43 Washington Senators (Washington Senators 1901-1960 & Minnesota Twins 1961-Current) (AL 1909 42-110-4)
  10. 39 Baltimore Orioles (1901-1902) (AL 1902 50-88-3)
  11. 36 Washington Nationals (1886-1889) (NL 1886 28-92-5)
  12. 35 Cleveland Blues (Guardians 1901-Current) (AL 1901 54-82-2
  13. 31 Philadelphia Quakers (Phillies 1883-Current) (NL 1884 39-73-1)
  14. 29 Philadelphia Quakers (Phillies 1883-Current) (NL 1883 17-81-1)
  15. 26 Detroit Wolverines (1881-1888) (NL 1881 41-43)
  16. 24 New York Mutuals (1876) (NL 1876 21-35

Pitchers (NL & AL - 1 or more batters faced in a season)

  1. 42 Seattle Mariners (1977-Current) (AL 2019 68-94)
  2. 40 Texas Rangers (Washington Senators 1961-1971; Texas Rangers 1972-Current) (AL 2014 67-95)
  3. 40 Seattle Mariners (1977-Current) (AL 2017 78-84)
  4. 37 San Diego Padres (1969-Current) (NL 2002 66-96)
  5. 37 Atlanta Braves (Boston 1876-1952; Milwaukee 1953-1965; Atlanta 1966-Current) (NL 2015 67-95)
  6. 37 Miami Marlins (Florida Marlins 1993-2011; Miami Marlins 2012-Current) (NL 2020 31-29)
  7. 34 Toronto Blue Jays (1977-Current) (AL 2012 73-89)
  8. 32 Cleveland Indians (Guardians 1901-Current) (AL 2000 90-72)
  9. 29 California Angels (Los Angeles 1961-1964 & 2016-Current; California 1965-1996; Anaheim 1997-2004; Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 2005-2015) (AL 1996 70-91)
  10. 29 San Diego Padres (1969-Current) (NL 2000 76-86)
  11. 27 Philadelphia Athletics (Philadelphia 1901-1954; Kansas City 1955--1967; Oakland 1968-Current) (AL 1915 43-109-2)
  12. 27 New York Mets (1962-Current) (NL 1967 61-101)
  13. 27 Florida Marlins (Florida Marlins 1993-2011; Miami Marlins 2012-Current) (NL 1995 67-76)
  14. 24 Cincinnati Reds (1882-Current) (NL 1912 75-78-2)
  15. 24 Philadelphia (1883-Current) (NL 1946 69-85-1)
  16. 23 Washington Senators (Washington Senators 1901-1960 & Minnesota Twins 1961-Current) (AL 1913 90-64-1)
  17. 22 Pittsburgh Alleghenys (Pirates 1882-Current) (NL 1890 23-113-2)
  18. 20 Saint Louis Browns (Milwaukee Brewers 1901; Saint Louis Browns 1902-1953; Baltimore Orioles 1954-Current) (AL 1910 47-107-4)
  19. 20 Detroit Tigers (1901-Current) (AL 1912 69-84-1)
  20. 19 Boston Red Sox (1901-Current) (AL 1909 88-63-1)
  21. 17 Cleveland Bronchos (Guardians 1901-Current) (AL 1902 69-67-1)
  22. 17 New York Highlanders (Yankees 1903-Current) (AL 1907 70-78-4)
  23. 15 Washington Nationals (1886-1889) (NL 1886 28-92-5)
  24. 14 Cleveland Blues (Guardians 1901-Current) (AL 1901 54-82-2)
  25. 14 Chicago White Stockings (Cubs 1876-Current) (NL 1884 62-50-1)
  26. 9 Buffalo Bisons (1879-1885) (NL 1883 52-45-1)
  27. Philadelphia Quakers (Phillies 1883-Current) (NL 1883 17-81-1)
  28. 8 Providence Grays (1878-1885) (NL 1878 33-27-2)
  29. 7 Cincinnati Reds (1882-Current) (NL 1876 9-56)

All Other Professional Leagues

Hitters

  1. 51 Kansas City Cowboys (Union Association 1884 (16-63-3)) & 51 Washington Nationals (Union Association 1884 (47-65-2))
  2. 35 Brooklyn Atlantics (National Association 1875 (2-42))
  3. 26 Brooklyn Eckfords (National Association 1872 (3-26))
  4. 18 Fort Wayne Kekiongas (National Association 1871 (7-12))

Pitchers

  1. 24 Kansas City Cowboys (Union Association 1884 (16-63-3))
  2. 10 Saint Louis Brown Stockings (American Association 1882 (37-43))
  3. 8 Brooklyn Atlantics (National Association (1875 (2-42))
  4. 6 Brooklyn Eckfords (National Association (1872 (3-26))
  5. 3 New York Mutuals (National Association (1871 (16-17)) & 3 Philadelphia Athletics (National Association (1871 (21-7))

Source Baseball Reference

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Updated leaderboard through September 3, 2021:

Number of Hitters used (1 + plate appearance) 53 MLB Record - Tied (Current NL Record 53 (2006 Washington Nationals) & Current AL Record 53 (1915 Philadelphia Athletics))

  • 2021 New York Mets (50)
  • 2021 Los Angeles Dodgers (49)
  • 2021 Chicago Cubs (48)

Number of Pitchers used (1 + batters faced) MLB/AL Record  42 (2019 Seattle Mariners); NL Record 40 (2021 New York Mets)

  • 2021 New York Mets (40) - (Warming Up - Brad Hand)
  • 2021 Los Angeles Dodgers (39) - 38th Pitcher Justin Turner (8/29) & 39th pitcher Andrew Vasquez (9/3)
  • 2021 Arizona (39) - 39th Pitcher Humberto Mejia (8/23)
  • 2021 Chicago Cubs (38) - 38th Pitcher Scott Effross (8/29) Note - Faced the White Sox
  • 2021 Tampa Bay (37) - 37th Pitcher David Robertson (9/1)
  • 2021 Seattle (37) - 37th Pitcher Sean Doolittle (8/27)
  • 2021 Toronto (37)

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Toronto has taken over the 2021 American League lead with 38 pitchers used after Bryan Baker's 1 scoreless inning appearance yesterday, allowing a hit and recording a strikeout. There continue to be no hitter updates since the initial tracking began.

Pitching Standings through September 5th:

  • (42) 2019 Seattle Mariners (All time MLB and AL record)
  • (41) 2021 New York Mets (Current NL Record)
  • (39) 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks & Los Angeles Dodgers
  • (38) 2021 Toronto Blue Jays [9/5 Bryan Baker] Chicago Cubs

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Corey Knebel became the 50th Dodgers hitter this season on 9/9, grounding out to first base in the fifth inning. Both the Mets and Dodgers remain three back of the all time record of 53 hitters used. The Chicago Cubs have sent 49 hitters to the plate, Miami 48.

On the pitchers side:

The Baltimore Orioles have claimed the AL lead with 40 pitchers used, two off the MLB and AL record, with four recent debuts.

  • Former White Sox Zack Burdi pitched a scoreless inning (1 K, 1 BB) on 9/6.
  • Eric Hanhold gave up 2 earned runs in 1 2/3 innings on 9/12, his first ML appearance this season (and fourth ever).
  • Manny Barreda has appeared in three games (2 2/3 IP, 4 ER) since being called up on September 7th, before being sent down on Sunday.
  • Mike Baumann made his ML debut on 9/7 (3 2/3 IP, 1 unearned run) and was then hammered for six runs in three innings against Toronto. He remains with the club.

The Tampa Bay Rays have also shot past Toronto, reaching 39 pitchers with these recent debuts:

  • Projected pre-season closer Nick Anderson pitched his first inning of the season yesterday, giving up a hit and a walk.
  • David Hess was called up to pitch an inning on September 7th, before being returned to Durham.
  • David Robertson, yes that David Robertson, was called up when rosters expanded on September 1st, and has pitched in five games since (5.40 ERA).

 

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Brandyn Sittinger became Arizona's 40th pitcher with two appearances the past week, and are one behind the Mets for the all time NL record  after Brad Hand recorded two outs, allowing two hits, on September 4th.

Revised standings through games played September 14, 2021:

  • (42) 2019 Seattle Mariners (All time MLB and AL record)
  • (41) 2021 New York Mets (Current NL Record)
  • (40) 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks & 2021 Baltimore Orioles
  • (39) 2021 Los Angeles Dodgers & 2021 Tampa Bay Rays

 

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Joey Krehbiel became the 40th pitcher for the Tampa Bay Rays this season, pitching the Top of the 9th inning on Saturday, a 4-3 home loss to the Detroit Tigers.

15 days remain in the MLB season. The Mets and Dodgers remain tied with 50 hitters this season.

Pitchers used through games played September 19, 2021.

  • (42) 2019 Seattle Mariners (All time MLB and AL record)
  • (41) 2021 New York Mets (Current NL Record)
  • (40) 2021 Arizona Diamondbacks2021 Baltimore Orioles & 2021 Tampa Bay Rays
  • (39) 2021 Los Angeles Dodgers

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Updates since Sunday:

  • Former Chicago White Sox Trayce Thompson became the 50th Chicago Cub to bat this season, after being called up on September 14th. Trayce had his first at bat on September 16th, and got his first start on September 19th, hitting a home run to put the Cubs ahead 1-0 in a game they won 6-4. It was his first in the major league home run since May 3, 2018, when he hit one for the Chicago White Sox in a 6-5 win over the Minnesota Twins.
  • Former Chicago White Sox executive and current Miami Marlins General Manager Kim Ng called up Nick Fortes on September 17th. Nick started at catcher the following day, and he also hit a home run in his first ML start in his career. Like Trayce Thompson, Nick's HR also put his club up 1-0 in a game they would win 6-5 in 10 innings.
  • The Arizona Diamondbacks are now National League co-record holders for most pitchers used in a season, after Brandyn Sittinger (9/8) and Luis Frias (9/19) made their ML debuts.
  • The Tampa Bay Rays also moved within one of the all time record, after Joey Krehbiel made his first ML appearance since 2018 and shut down Detroit for an inning on 9/18.

The Los Angeles Angels have shot up the leaderboard, debuting six new pitchers since August 25th, with the last five also making their ML debut.

  • 8/25 Former Chicago White Sox Jake Petricka
  • 8/26 Elvis Peguero
  • 8/27 Cooper Criswell
  • 9/5 Kyle Taylor
  • 9/8 Oliver Ortega
  • 9/17 Jhonathan Diaz

Number of Hitters used (1 + plate appearance) 53 MLB Record - Tied (Current NL Record 53 (2006 Washington Nationals) & Current AL Record 53 (1915 Philadelphia Athletics))

  • (50) Four way 2021 Tie: Chicago Cubs, Miami Marlins, New York MetsLos Angeles Dodgers

Pitching Standings through September 20th (All teams 2021 except for the 2019 Seattle Mariners):

  • (42) 2019 Seattle Mariners (All time MLB and AL record)
  • (41) Arizona Diamondbacks & New York Mets (Co-Current NL Recordholders) & Tampa Bay Rays
  • (40) Baltimore Orioles
  • (39) Los Angeles AngelsLos Angeles Dodgers
  • (38) Chicago CubsToronto Blue Jays

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The Baltimore Orioles have entered a four way tie last night, one away from the all time record of 42 pitchers used on September 22. Brooks Kriske was claimed from the New York Yankees on September 16th, promoted three days later, and recorded 1 out in Philadelphia to strand two baserunners in the bottom of the seventh. The Orioles closed the gap to 4-3 in the Top of the 8th, but that is how the game finished.

All other teams listed remain where they entered the evening.

Number of Hitters used (1 + plate appearance) 53 MLB Record - Tied (Current NL Record 53 (2006 Washington Nationals) & Current AL Record 53 (1915 Philadelphia Athletics))

  • (50) Four way 2021 Tie: Chicago Cubs, Miami Marlins, New York MetsLos Angeles Dodgers

Pitching Standings through September 20th (All teams 2021 except for the 2019 Seattle Mariners):

  • (42) 2019 Seattle Mariners (All time MLB and AL record)
  • (41) Arizona Diamondbacks & New York Mets (Co-Current NL Recordholders) & Baltimore Orioles & Tampa Bay Rays
  • (39) Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Dodgers
  • (38) Chicago Cubs Toronto Blue Jays

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7 hours ago, South Side Hit Men said:

The Baltimore Orioles have entered a four way tie last night, one away from the all time record of 42 pitchers used on September 22. Brooks Kriske was claimed from the New York Yankees on September 16th, promoted three days later, and recorded 1 out in Philadelphia to strand two baserunners in the bottom of the seventh. The Orioles closed the gap to 4-3 in the Top of the 8th, but that is how the game finished.

All other teams listed remain where they entered the evening.

Number of Hitters used (1 + plate appearance) 53 MLB Record - Tied (Current NL Record 53 (2006 Washington Nationals) & Current AL Record 53 (1915 Philadelphia Athletics))

  • (50) Four way 2021 Tie: Chicago Cubs, Miami Marlins, New York MetsLos Angeles Dodgers

Pitching Standings through September 20th (All teams 2021 except for the 2019 Seattle Mariners):

  • (42) 2019 Seattle Mariners (All time MLB and AL record)
  • (41) Arizona Diamondbacks & New York Mets (Co-Current NL Recordholders) & Baltimore Orioles & Tampa Bay Rays
  • (39) Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Dodgers
  • (38) Chicago Cubs Toronto Blue Jays

Imagine how it would be if they expanded the rosters like they normally did, instead of adding only a couple of players this year. These numbers would have jumped dramatically.

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1 hour ago, ptatc said:

Imagine how it would be if they expanded the rosters like they normally did, instead of adding only a couple of players this year. These numbers would have jumped dramatically.

Yes, and if they didn’t have the anti LOOGY rule, there would be more usage throughout the year.

Tony would have a 20 + reliever bullpen now, a pitching change for each change in hitter stance (Lefty to Righty to Lefty). Five hour games, more concession sales.

Well, if Jerry were willing to foot the bill, which will come due with the Kimbrel $16m setup nonsense assuming Tony can manage to manage beyond this season.

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On September 24, 2021, the Baltimore Orioles tied the 2019 Seattle Mariners by playing their 42nd pitcher during a single season, tying the American League and Major League records. The Orioles claimed Joey Krehbiel on waivers off of the Tampa Bay Rays, and called him up before the game last night.

Joey entered the game in the bottom of the seventh, with the Orioles clinging to a 4-3 lead. Joey gave up a single to right field by Isiah Kiner-Falefa before retiring Andy Ibanez to end the inning. Joey retired Adolis Garcia on a ground out to third to start the eighth inning before being replaced by Cole Sulser, earning a hold for the evening, The Orioles ended up scoring one in the eighth for a 5-3 lead, before giving up 5 runs in the top of the 9th to lose 8-5.

The Los Angeles Angels and Chicago Cubs crept one game closer to the record. Joe Madden brought in AJ Ramos for his first Major League appearance of the season., AJ was called up on Thursday, and pitched the final two innings of the Angels 6-5 loss, recording a strikeout and not allowing a baserunner during his 18 pitch outing. Meanwhile, Joe's former player David Ross brought in shortstop Sergio Alcantara to record the Cubs final out in their 12-4 Game 2 loss to the Cardinals.

Those are the three updates since Wednesday.

Number of Hitters used (1 + plate appearance) 53 MLB Record - Tied (Current NL Record 53 (2006 Washington Nationals) & Current AL Record 53 (1915 Philadelphia Athletics))

  • (50) Four way 2021 Tie: Chicago Cubs, Miami Marlins, New York MetsLos Angeles Dodgers

Pitching Standings through September 24th (All teams 2021 except for the 2019 Seattle Mariners):

  • (42) 2021 Baltimore Orioles & 2019 Seattle Mariners (All time MLB and AL record)
  • (41) Arizona Diamondbacks & New York Mets (Co-Current NL Recordholders) & Tampa Bay Rays
  • (40) Los Angeles Angels
  • (39) Chicago Cubs & Los Angeles Dodgers
  • (38) Toronto Blue Jays

 

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If you have Noah Syndergaard as the 42nd pitcher used by the Mets this season on your bingo card, congratulations. The New York Mets paid Noah Syndergaard $9.7M this season to serve as the opener of tonight's meaningless game against the Miami Marlins. Both teams have locked in losing seasons. Noah recorded two strikeouts, 9 strikes and 1 ball, in one inning served. Hand picked up the win after pitching the top of the 9th, after the Mets scored one after James McCann reached on a fielder's choice and plated Javier Baez after Anthony Bass failed to field his slow roller.

All other teams on the previous leaderboard, both hitting and pitching, remained the same with five days to go in the MLB regular season, baring any Game 163.

Number of Hitters used (1 + plate appearance) 53 MLB Record - Tied (Current NL Record 53 (2006 Washington Nationals) & Current AL Record 53 (1915 Philadelphia Athletics))

  • (50) Four way 2021 Tie: Chicago Cubs, Miami Marlins, New York MetsLos Angeles Dodgers

Pitching Standings through September 24th (All teams 2021 except for the 2019 Seattle Mariners):

  • (42) 2021 New York Mets (NL Record & co-MLB record) 2021 Baltimore Orioles & 2019 Seattle Mariners (co-AL Record & co-MLB record)
  • (41) Arizona Diamondbacks & Tampa Bay Rays
  • (40) Los Angeles Angels
  • (39) Chicago Cubs & Los Angeles Dodgers
  • (38) Toronto Blue Jays

 

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The Chicago Cubs tied the all time MLB record for most batters sent to the plate on Friday.

  • Trent Giambrone became the 51st Cubs batter on 9/29 when he pinch hit for Scott Effross in the Top of the 8th inning, and singled to Left Field.
  • Erick Castillo pinch hit and ground out, Catcher to First Baseman, in the eighth inning in a 9-0 Cubs win over Pittsburgh on 9/30.
  • Cory Abbott made his first career MLB start on Friday 10/1, after six relief appearances with no at bats earlier this season. Cory had an infield single in the third, and struck out swinging to end the 5th inning.

The Cubs have two remaining games to set the all time MLB record of 54. They are currently tied with the 2006 Washington Nationals for the National League and all time MLB record, and also the 1915 Philadelphia Athletics for the all time MLB record.

The lone other update involves the Miami Marlins, which sent their 51st batter to the plate when Luis Madero in his 7th relief appearance this season and major league career. Luis made his first plate appearance, bunting out on a force out, pitcher Brad Hand to shortstop Francisco Lindor for the force out at 2nd base in the sixth inning of the Marlins 12-3 loss to the Mets on September 30th.

Number of Batters used (1 + plate appearance) 53 MLB Record - Tied (Current NL Record 53 (2021 Chicago Cubs & 2006 Washington Nationals) & Current AL Record 53 (1915 Philadelphia Athletics))

  • (51) 2021 Miami Marlins
  • (50) Two way 2021 Tie: New York MetsLos Angeles Dodgers

Pitching Standings through September 24th (All teams 2021 except for the 2019 Seattle Mariners):

  • (42) 2021 New York Mets (NL Record & co-MLB record) 2021 Baltimore Orioles & 2019 Seattle Mariners (co-AL Record & co-MLB record)
  • (41) Arizona Diamondbacks & Tampa Bay Rays
  • (40) Los Angeles Angels
  • (39) Chicago Cubs & Los Angeles Dodgers
  • (38) Toronto Blue Jays

 

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The Chicago Cubs on Saturday, October 2, 2021 set a 146 year old MLB record. With the likely institution of the Designated Hitter in the National League next season, the record will likely never be broken.

Park Ridge, IL native Tyler Ladendorf pinch hit for Cubs starting pitcher Adrian Sampson in the top of the 5th inning to become the 54th batter in the 2021 season. Tyler ground out to third baseman Nolan Arenado as the first batter. Tyler was two batters shy of hitting for a second time in the inning, before he was replaced by Cubs reliever Trevor Megill to start the bottom of the 5th.

Below is a chart of how this record progressed over the 146 year history of professional baseball.

Hitters (NL & AL - 1 or more plate appearances in a season)

  1. 54 Chicago Cubs (1876-2021) (NL 2021 70-91 & ML Record with one game remaining)
  2. 53 Philadelphia Athletics (Philadelphia 1901-1954; Kansas City 1955-1967; Oakland 1968-Current) (AL 1915 43-109-2)
  3. 53 Washington Nationals (Montreal Expos 1969-2004; Washington Nationals 2005-Current) (NL 2006 71-91)
  4. 51 New York Mets (1962-Current) (NL 1967 61-101)
  5. 50 Detroit Tigers (1901-Current) (AL 1912 69-84-1)
  6. 49 Brooklyn Dodgers (Brooklyn 1884-1957; Los Angeles 1958-Current) (NL 1944 63-91-1)
  7. 46 Pittsburgh Alleghenys (Pirates 1882-Current) (NL 1890 23-113-2)
  8. 46 Philadelphia Phillies (1883-Current) (NL 1939 45-106-1)
  9. 45 Saint Louis Browns (Milwaukee Brewers 1901; Saint Louis Browns 1902-1953; Baltimore Orioles 1954-Current) (AL 1911 45-107-0)
  10. 43 Washington Senators (Washington Senators 1901-1960 & Minnesota Twins 1961-Current) (AL 1909 42-110-4)
  11. 39 Baltimore Orioles (1901-1902) (AL 1902 50-88-3)
  12. 36 Washington Nationals (1886-1889) (NL 1886 28-92-5)
  13. 35 Cleveland Blues (Guardians 1901-Current) (AL 1901 54-82-2
  14. 31 Philadelphia Quakers (Phillies 1883-Current) (NL 1884 39-73-1)
  15. 29 Philadelphia Quakers (Phillies 1883-Current) (NL 1883 17-81-1)
  16. 26 Detroit Wolverines (1881-1888) (NL 1881 41-43)
  17. 24 New York Mutuals (1876) (NL 1876 21-35
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The Chicago Cubs placed Wilson Contreras on the IL today, and called up Tyler Payne. Tyler made his major league debut in the top of the fifth, striking out swinging pinch hitting for Cubs starter Alec Mills to become the 55th Batter for the Cubs this season.

Tyler remained in the game replacing starting catcher Erick Castillo, and also struck out swinging in the top of the seventh, before the game was called after seven innings due to rain.

The New York Mets and Baltimore Orioles did not use any additional pitchers, to finish the season tied with the 2019 Seattle Mariners with the all time record of 42 pitchers used in a season.

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