Pressure is nothing new.
MLB.com’s Ian Browne reported that Dustin Pedroia has undergone surgery to restore cartilage in his left knee. The surgery was done with hopes to repair a left knee injury that bothering the former MVP second baseman for most of the year. Browne also reported that Pedroia will not be ready to play baseball for at …
Bryce Harper is at it again, Eric Thames is being cruel to baseballs, and then there’s Scooter. What can we say about the first couple weeks of the season?
What if I told you that the Tampa Bay Rays are going to win the AL East this season? Don’t take my word for it, though—here’s how they got it done.
The 2017 season has come and gone, but with it, the Boston Red Sox got their third baseman back through the resurgence of Pablo Sandoval.
It hasn’t been one of the easier offseason markets to navigate for slugger José Bautista, but after everything, he’ll be sticking with Toronto after all.
Remember when the Nationals were going to get everybody? Simpler times. On Tuesday, Boston made the biggest of splashes by acquiring Chris Sale.
The Yankees are right in the thick of the playoff race—Tanaka is a big reason why. Plus, Cueto has rebounded from his iffy August. Will it be enough for SF?
With the second half of the MLB season well underway, there’s always plenty to look forward to. What are some of the fun storylines we should embrace?
Non-Roster Invitees are fun to talk about. In the AL East, Carlos Mármol looks to be the most interesting as Spring Training begins.
From Josh Beckett in 2005-06 to David Price in 2015-16, the Boston Red Sox get their ace.
Did the Baltimore Orioles miss their window of opportunity?
It hasn’t been a stark drop off the past two years, but the Rays have reverted to sub-.500 ways.
There’s no other way to say this: New York’s bullpen is terrifying.
Sandoval and Ramirez were busts, but it was the pitching staff that presented the most problems.
Could Boston flip Buchholz for some kind of rotation help?
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.
Trickier than the first two, but just as necessary: the Orioles need ot see what they can get for JJ Hardy.