Danny Salazar gives us enough to boost our lean MLB Monday. A rain out gives us two interesting arms we should’ve had yesterday. And, a healthy McCarthy?
It’s never too early for late-inning baseball heroics, and Wednesday night brought plenty. Between Lindor, León and Springer, which was your favorite?
It doesn’t get much easier for Cleveland in the AL Central this season. And, Francisco Lindor is the toast of the town—unsurprisingly, I might add.
Who’s overrated? Who’s underrated? And who’s winning it all? Don’t be surprised to see Cleveland and Chicago fighting for baseball’s biggest prize again.
The 2016 MLB season had it all—the end of a drought, new stars, a wonderful send off—but can the 2017 season replicate last year’s magic?
In 1945, Peter Gray made his mark on baseball despite just one season in the majors. 25 years prior, the tragedy of Ray Chapman would unfold on the diamond.
Imagine a fully healthy Cleveland ballclub in 2017. Adding Edwin Encarnación for the next few seasons just makes them all the scarier.
Year after year, no tears were shed by this Cubs fan. Not even in the moments following their Game 7 win over Cleveland. Then all the memories came back.
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?
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.
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.
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.
It’s come down to this. Game 7 of the World Series. Kyle Hendricks going against Corey Kluber, who’s making his 3rd start of the series. Don’t miss it.
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.
Many thought it was over when Cleveland went 3-1 up, but this Chicago Cubs fan feels like this is exactly what needed to happen. Where does that leave us?
Sunday night, the Chicago Cubs scored more runs than they did the previous two games. And that was just enough to get this World Series back to Cleveland.