The Red Sox looked to have Houston on the ropes in Game 4, but the Astros didn’t go away.
On the eve of Opening Day, we’re wrapping up our division previews. And sitting atop the AL West at the end of it all: Houston. So, how’d they get there?
Josh Reddick, Jason Castro, and Andrew Cashner have all signed deals, but what else is going on? Plus, we ask YOU to get involved.
There’s a lot of layers to Yasiel Puig, and there’s a great player in there. But if it materializes again, it probably won’t be for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
How close are the Giants to overtaking the Cubbies? Cleveland is playing like the city hasn’t seen a championship in a week, and much, much more.
Oakland and Seattle will chase Los Angeles while the two Texas teams will try avoid finishing in last.
It’s been an odd month and a half of baseball that’s included competition from teams we’d assume would be laughing stocks. We’ve seen more torn UCLs than I care to count, and we’ve seen fans and media elite get angrier at athletes for flipping their bat after hitting a home run than at MLB for knowingly buying stolen documents in order to punish cheaters.
After undergoing successful surgery on the damaged wrist, 2014 was destined to be Reddick’s rebound season. Thus far it’s been anything but.
Our last five players represent the teams of the AL West, a division that only presented us with one playoff team in 2013.
Reddick is one the streakiest players in baseball, but right now he’s red hot