Anyone want a potential MVP?
Dylan Bundy looks for an uptick in strikeouts on this lean Saturday, while the only thing troubling Clayton Kershaw lately is the home run ball.
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?
Ahead of his age-30 season, the Cincinnati Reds traded Frank Robinson to Baltimore. But he wasn’t finished as he won for MVP while the Orioles won it all.
To say the markets for Mark Trumbo, José Bautista, and Edwin Encarnación have been strange would be under-selling it, but should either have taken the QO?
Mike Napoli had a resurgence in 2016 with Cleveland while Chris Carter led the NL in home runs… and was non-tendered. But just how different are the two?
Remember when we experimented with building a rotation of free agents? Now it’s time to construct a lineup, starting with catcher Wilson Ramos.
In 1970, Boog Powell beat out multiple notables—Howard, Killebrew, Yastrzemski—en route to the MVP award. And, the O’s won it all. But was that all?
Not all sports fans are bad, but every fanbase has a section that ruins it for everyone. Let’s talk about what happened with Hyun-soo Kim last night.
When you have the chance to bring in your best pitcher in a win-or-go-home contest, what do you do? If you’re Buck Showalter, you apparently choose not to.
Neither Chris Tillman nor Marcus Stroman featured much in our daily pitcher pieces, but they get the ball tonight with a spot in the ALDS on the line.
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?
Oh, the things you’ll find while walking the grounds of Camden Yards. From the statues to Cal Ripken, Jr.—to the plaque for Griffey’s monster home run.
We roll right along this Wednesday with another impressive slate, including Stras, Darvish, Lester, Carrasco, and even an intriguing secondary matchup.
How long can the White Sox afford to hold on to Sale? Will Dylan Bundy’s emergence be enough for Baltimore? Plus, a double whammy in the Bronx.
Forget about the ESPYs—we’ve got the Disney Afternoon Awards, but for baseball. As MLB’s second half continues, who has stood out, and for what reasons?
More inconsistency, more intentional throwing, and more lack of discipline. When will MLB step up? They sure didn’t in the Machado/Ventura aftermath.
40 years ago, Reggie Jackson spent a season with the Baltimore Orioles. We look back on the impact he had there in what seems like a forgotten year.