After consecutive 4th-place finishes, what’s next?
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.
It’s time for the ALCS to get underway. Kluber struggled mightily against the Jays this season; that’ll have to change against Estrada and company tonight.
Marco Estrada added to his light, but impressive Blue Jays playoff resume Thursday afternoon, while six long balls littered our nightcap.
Can Estrada keep the ball in the yard? Can Hamels keep control? Will Porcello keep delivering? And, can Bauer reverse his fortune? It’s time for the ALDS.
There may not be a standout duel today, but we’ve got a potentially exciting debut to look forward toa��plus arms like Quintana, Gray, Harvey, and Arrieta.
More drama, more talking, and more rumors. It’s another Hot Stove edition of the wind up.
Over the next 30 days, we pick 30 players that need to be traded. First up: Edwin EncarnaciA?n.
MLB’s Offseason wasted little time in throwing us plenty of moves. And we’ve only just begun.
Colby Rasmus already made history, but can we expect any other players to accept the qualifying offer?
For a taste of what’s to come this offseason, here’s the wind up, in all its offseason glory.
Both League Championship Series could end today. The matchups may not be a battle of aces, but they’re of the utmost importance.
Game 1 of the ALCS kicks off tonight, and still no David Price?
Can Keuchel tip the scales in Houston? Will the Rangers finish off the potent Blue Jays?
The Windy City Showdown plays host to todaya��s top pitching duel to watch.
Max Scherzer’s amazing run, Giancarlo Stanton’s broken hand, and more from the week in baseball.