As Joe Maddon was reminded Sunday night, tradition isn’t always sound reasoning.
The Dodgers needed to take care of business at home. Suffice to say, they did just that.
If we’re testing Eric Thames, we better be testing Chase Headley and Avisail Garcia, too. That and more on the ample amount of stupidity around MLB.
To get the World Series back home, Cleveland only needed one win. They got it last night, and now they turn to Kluber as Chicago looks to John Lackey.
Marco Estrada will have to keep his stellar postseason going if Toronto wants to keep playing. And, veteran John Lackey takes on history-making Julio UrA�as.
Representatives from the NL West are tasked with saving their season, as Kershaw and Moore battle Ross with Washington, and Lackey with Chicago.
It’s a short but sweet Sunday, with all of our noted arms doing battle this afternoon. Try not to miss Carlos Martinez, Johnny Cueto, and Yu Darvish.
No featured matchup today, but we’ve got FernA?ndez, Sale, and Cuetoa��just to name a few. Plus, we give props to Washington’s Tanner Roark.
There’s something for everyone today with Hamels, Cueto, Teheran, and Scherzer all on the mound. Plus, a nightcap featuring David Price vs. Masahiro Tanaka.
The Giants are letting Madison Bumgarner hit for himself today. Yes, that’s happening. There’s also John Lackey, who has been stellar for the Cubs.
Just because Max Scherzer has dominated time and time again, doesn’t mean we should take it for granted.
For Cubs fans, expectation may be the scariest word in the English language in 2016.
Greinke to Arizona, Bonds to Miami, and more from this past week in baseball.
David Price is set to become an extremely rich man, but what else can we expect out of the pitching market?
Colby Rasmus already made history, but can we expect any other players to accept the qualifying offer?
With both the Cardinals and Dodgers facing elimination, they turn to John Lackey and Clayton Kershaw, respectively, to push to a Game 5.
Playoff action is heating up, but not without some controversy.
It’s a full slate of division series baseball! Don’t miss out.