Rule 5 successes are few and far between, but every once in a while a gem appears. Enter Odubel Herrera, who just signed a five-year extension with Philly.
2015 and most of 2016 wasn’t kind to Carlos GA?mez, who not too long ago was putting up MVP-like numbers in Milwaukee. Then along came Texas…
It took nearly 12 years, but Carlos BeltrA?n decided to return to the Houston Astros. What does he add to their offense? And, will his 20th year be his last?
If you’re looking for a cost-effective option to fill out your bench (maybe even a fourth outfielder), look no further than the ever-consistent Matt Joyce.
If there was any hope to a return to the 2013-14 version of Carlos GA?mez, it started during the second half of last season with the Texas Rangers.
Mike Napoli set a career high in plate appearances and HRs last season. Even at 35 years old, he still holds plenty of value… if his power remains.
Will Texas and Boston stave off elimination for another day? Will weather conditions even allow Cleveland & Boston to play? Time for more playoff baseball.
Today may be the only day we see all eight remaining MLB playoff teams in action, and the duels are fierce. Will Kershaw v. Scherzer top them all?
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.
The Indians have Corey Kluber and a great offense. which means there’s always a chance. But their rotation is thin and Kluber is ailing. What do they do?
While the Rangers have the West on lockdown, the rest of the American League race is relatively wide open. How’s it shaping up? Let’s take a look.
Friday’s greata��but it’s not just any Friday, now is it? Today features the return of Clayton Kershaw as he goes against JosA� FernA?ndez.
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.
Will the strikeouts keep rolling for JosA� FernA?ndez? Can Arrieta cut out the walks? Plus, Iwakuma duels Darvish. Not bad for a Monday night.
We reflect on Desmond Jennings’ time in Tampa, Oswaldo Arcia’s tumultuous 2016 season, and Jeremy Jeffress’ DWI this past Friday. What’s next for all three?
After one heck of a Wednesday pitching-wise, our Thursday slate is much more limited. Yet we’ve still got Max Scherzer and Cole Hamels, so it’s not all bad.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen the fun-loving, sexy-feeling, productive Carlos GA?mez, but perhaps that’s not too surprising. Now, he’s off to Texas.