Before reviewing the Dodgers revenge tour against the Houston Astros and then their 2017 "sign stealing" scandal manager AJ Hinch and his current Tigers, lets look at the Statis-Pro card of JD Martinez. This card just determined whether the Dodgers or Brewers would be in second place.
Martinez card was strong with home runs on 26-32 (two 8-sided dice or Fast Action Cards-FAC) part of a card that would project a .790 OPS. However, because he dramatically out performed that card the first two months of the season, we wrote in the "34" to show he now hits homers on 26-34, with is about an .870 OPS.
He came up in a 1-1 tie with men on second and third against Cody Burnes, one of two Brewers' PB 2-9 (top 5% of all pitchers). While Cody kept the action on his own card (an 8 on the 2-12) the random number of 12 would normally have been a 2-run single kmocking Burnes out of the game and a loss by the Brewers would have landed the Dodgers in second place for the playoffs (as of today).
However Burnes is a right-handed pitcher, and the 85/12 in the bottom right of Martinez' card indicates that he destroys lefties (turns 85-88 into singles with runners advancing two bases). However 12 to the RIGHT of the slash indicates and 11 or 12 is changed to a strikeout against a RIGHT-handed pitcher, whether the number is on the batter or pitcher card.