It’s sort of astonishing that the Miami Dolphins are here, all things considered. Now they’ll need to rely on their ground game to bring a title home.
Representatives from the NL West are tasked with saving their season, as Kershaw and Moore battle Ross with Washington, and Lackey with Chicago.
We’ve got a shorter slate today, but enough to keep you watching! Jordan Zimmermann returns from the DL, while various arms debut with their new clubs.
On this odd Monday, the main eventa��Moore-HernA?ndeza��may not be for you, but Strasburg, Matz, BerrA�os, and JosA� FernA?ndez all take the mound as well.
It’s no Sunday, but our main event features a rising young arm in Aaron Nola taking on Wacha and St. Louis. Plus, Arrieta, Harvey, Quintanaa��don’t miss ’em.
It’s our first slate of night games only this season, and boy are there plenty to choose from. Our main event: Sonny Gray squares off against Aaron Sanchez.
It hasn’t been a stark drop off the past two years, but the Rays have reverted to sub-.500 ways.
The Rays aren’t rebuilding, but could use a few pieces for the long-term. Trading the face of the franchise could give them those pieces.
A look at the week in baseball, including Clayton Kershawa��s attempt to one-up his teammate.
Our preview of the best pitchers to watch today.
Today’s MLB action features several good duels and a couple of big names returning from injury.
Max Scherzer’s amazing run, Giancarlo Stanton’s broken hand, and more from the week in baseball.
Despite a weak offense and their usual low payroll, the Rays are doing what they’ve done for most of the past eight seasons: competing for the postseason.
We’re about a month into the season now and I don’t know what’s more surprising: another Tommy John surgery, Prince Fielder hitting under .200, Dee Gordon hitting close to .400, or the Milwaukee Brewers starting the season 11-4.