A new NFL season is upon us. Plus, this week has been rampant with trades—both in the NFL and across MLB. And, more McGregor news? It’s quiz time!
The Diamondbacks are off to a great start, but if they had a need it was certainly on the offensive end. J.D. Martinez addresses that, and then some.
Gerrit Cole is getting hot at the right time, while Greinke has put together a wonderful 2017. And, it’s been more of the same from Michael Fulmer.
After battling finger issues this spring, we preview Max Scherzer’s first start of the 2017 season as he faces off against Vince Velasquez.
As yet another MLB season gets underway, we look at a handful of teams that could make a run—like the Rockies and Tigers, for starters.
On May 15, 1912, Ty Cobb pummeled a man for hurling insults at him during a game. It resulted in a suspension, which prompted his teammates to go on strike.
Believe it or not, the Minnesota Twins were so bad last season that it finally forced their hand a little bit. And that’s very, very good.
Let’s talk about the shortstop options of this free agent market. They’re not good. Not good at all. So without further ado, we present Erick Aybar.
Cameron Maybin has been in the big leagues for a decade, and has rarely shined. This season, he’ll be taking a shot with his sixth team: the Angels.
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?
Detroit needs a lot to go right today, but first, they need another stellar outing from Verlander. Meanwhile, Toronto needs Sanchez at his best, too.
Only 10 games for us to enjoy today, but at least there’s Corey Kluber, who’s pitched himself into the AL Cy Young picture yet again. How about that?
Jake Arrieta has had a very odd season—that point cannot be stressed enough. Plus, a very important AL Central showdown headlined by Fulmer and Duffy.
While the Rangers have the West on lockdown, the rest of the American League race is relatively wide open. How’s it shaping up? Let’s take a look.
Verlander continues to look like his vintage self, while Ervin Santana has been in cruise control for a bad Twins team. Plus, more David Price.
Same ‘ol Verlander returns to the mound, Kluber looks to begin a new streak, and we try to explain Arrieta’s seemingly inexplicable second half.
deGrom, Thor, Harvey, Matz, and Wheeler—that is what the Mets’ rotation could have looked like at some point this year. In a perfect world, of course.