Cleveland was this close—again. But CC Sabathia and the Yankees weren’t cooperative.
Well, we’re getting Stephen Strasburg after all. Are you ready for some chaos?
Game 4 got away from Cleveland in a hurry; Severino and the Yankees never looked back.
With their backs against the wall, Greg Bird became the unlikeliest of heroes Sunday night.
It’s not looking god for the Sox and Yankees today.
If you’re looking for the unlikeliest of postseason heroes, add Friday night’s to your collection.
Friday night, Corey Kluber didn’t have it. Aaron Hicks made damn sure of that.
Game 2 between New York and Cleveland was rocking. Then Edwin Encarnación went down.
How big of a miss will Eduardo Núñez be as the ALDS rolls on?
Thursday, Terry Francona’s decision to start Trevor Bauer in Game 1 paid off.
There’s no way this year’s World Series can top last year’s… right?
These AL teams are all red hot, but here’s who will separate themselves from the pack.
Who’s going to stop the Indians?
Corey Kluber looks to push Cleveland’s winning streak to 20 while Clayton Kershaw looks to halt the Dodgers’ skid at 11. But that’s far from all.
It was only 3 weeks ago that we were talking about the Los Angeles Dodgers as one of the greatest teams of all time. So how much does their slump matter?
Cleveland cannot seem to stop losing, and Carlos Carrasco has been a huge part of that. The same can be said for Zack Greinke and the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Sonny Gray got rained out yesterday, so he’ll go today. Can Kluber make it 15 straight for Cleveland? And then there’s Clayton Kershaw?
Cleveland just won their 14th in a row; the Diamondbacks did something they’ve never done before. But that’s not all that happened Wednesday around MLB.