What does the future hold?
Good luck catching up to this.
Need to catch your breath, baseball fans? Don’t worrya��so do the Astros.
It took some time, but Tuesday night’s wild card played right into the Yankees’ strengths.
Time for another mailbag! Is this the year Chapman fades? Was Villar right to refuse an extension? What should we expect from Dansby Swanson? That and more!
Not every MLB transaction will shake you to your core, but Koji Uehara, Mike Dunn, Junichi Tazawa, and Brad Ziegler all found new homes this past week.
After a couple weeks of stars changing teams and others bagging huge potential returns, the Los Angeles Dodgers retained another key player: Kenley Jansen.
Wednesday, the reigning champions addressed the back of their bullpen by acquiring Wade Davis from KC. Even if he only stays the year, they’ll be just fine.
We’re almost one week removed from one of the most historic events in US sports. One of our writers, a life-long fan, got to see the Cubs win Game 7.
For this particular Cubs fan, it was a very long, tough day. Fortunately at the end, there was plenty for him to celebrate.
It was never going to be easy, was it? But when Wednesday night finally came to an end, the Chicago Cubs were World Series champions.
Cleveland had a 3-1 lead on the Chicago Cubs, but here we are. We’ve got one more game of baseball, a Game 7, and there’s plenty to look forward to.
The Cubs staved off elimination once; can they do so again? Tonight they turn to Arrieta while Cleveland go to Tomlin, who’s been nearly flawless.
The Yankees have great relievers, and plenty of clubs are looking for relief help at the deadline. If they had to move one, should it be Miller or Chapman?
With the All-Star break earlier this week, there wasn’t a whole lot of movement. But soon, several players may be on the move. Where did your team end up?
The Pirates and Mets take advantage of service time rules, Jenrry MejA�a thinks he’s been set up, and we introduce our Sunday Shout Out.
Sorry, National League, it’s time for a change.
There’s no other way to say this: New York’s bullpen is terrifying.