Can he put the injuries behind him in 2019?
We’ve seen this Houston before…
How much trouble is Cleveland in?
With their backs against the wall, Greg Bird became the unlikeliest of heroes Sunday night.
It doesn’t get much easier for Cleveland in the AL Central this season. And, Francisco Lindor is the toast of the towna��unsurprisingly, I might add.
It was never going to be easy, was it? But when Wednesday night finally came to an end, the Chicago Cubs were World Series champions.
Playing a World Series game at Wrigley Field for the first time since 1945, Cubs fans were understandably amped. But in the end, Cleveland won the night.
Can Cleveland swing the series back home? They’ll have to win one of the next three games to do so, starting with Tomlin v. Hendricks tonight.
What does Andrew Miller throwing 46 pitches for Cleveland in Game 1 of the World Series mean for Game 2? Right now, that doesn’t matter.
Unfortunately, the postseason will eventually conclude. But what it’s shown us, now more than ever, is that traditional managing should take a backseat.
Being mad that a potential trade didn’t bring the return you were expecting? Fine. Being mad that a player exercised his right? Not so much.
The Yankees have great relievers, and plenty of clubs are looking for relief help at the deadline. If they had to move one, should it be Miller or Chapman?
There’s no other way to say this: New York’s bullpen is terrifying.
The Yankees are off to a decent start, but their starting rotation’s numbers don’t bode well for the future.
Nelson Cruz made good on rumors from last offseason, signing a four-year deal with the Seattle Mariners.