It’s summer, so let’s talk sports movies! One of our writers starts by offering up his Top 10 baseball movies—from Major League to Sandlot and much more!
Stroman had some questions about the baseball’s seams last time out; will he bounce-back from blister issues? Plus, it’s nice to see Strasburg healthy.
It’s been a bit, but we get a genuine ace matchup in deGrom/Martinez. Plus Scherzer looks to keep rolling, and, why aren’t we talking about Zack Greinke?
Lance McCullers is having issues going deep into games and Sale continues his Cy Young campaign. Plus José Berríos and Robbie Ray look to bounce back.
Gordon Hayward changes teams, Aaron Judge breaks a record, and Connor McDavid gets paid. Are you ready for our latest quiz? Take your shot!
Santana had a weird June; what will July hold? Can deGrom stay hot? And we’re not much for the win-loss stat, but Alex Wood is close to something special.
After 14 years of professional baseball, Gabby Martinez turned to coaching—you just may not know exactly where that is. Don’t worry, we interviewed him.
This July 4th, we look back at some of the more notable moments throughout sports history—some tragic, many triumphant, and all worth remembering.
We’ve got a lean MLB slate today, but it features All-Star selection Stephen Strasburg and arguable snub, Marcus Stroman. Plus, don’t sleep on Steven Matz.
What if we told you it was okay to enjoy the MLB All-Star game? There’s a lot to like about the Class of 2017, but as always, we’re going to nitpick.
You’ll have to wait until later tonight, but it’ll be worth it for a Scherzer/Martinez matchup. Plus, the ever-improving Luis Severino features as well.
Chris Sale is in line to start for the AL as his masterful campaign continues. Can Arizona keeping winning for Greinke? Plus, Berríos and Carrasco feature.
The MLB All-Star Game is approaching. Division races (some of them) are taking shape. Who has surprised or disappointed? And, what can we look forward to?
We’ve got a loaded slate for you tonight—deGrom, McCullers, Ray, & even Alex Wood. And, what’s Tampa feeding ’em down there? Jacob Faria features too.
In the 1960s, Marvin Miller committed to dismantling the system. Ultimately, there would be no more reserve clause. And finally, there would be free agency.
The Cubs demote a catcher for assignment, Chris Paul heads to Houston, and so much more. Are you ready for the latest weekly quiz? Take your shot!
Kluber and Fulmer are already dealing, but we’ve got Archer/Taillon and Clayton Kershaw to look forward to tonight. Plus, the ever-intriguing Jimmy Nelson.