MLB is about to get their next star—Japanese superstar Shohei Otani.
It took some time, but Tuesday night’s wild card played right into the Yankees’ strengths.
Think tonight is going to be easy for New York? Think again.
Another MLB postseason is upon us; here’s how the wild card round could surprise.
Remember when the Twins were sellers? Now Ervin Santana is lining up to start in the playoffs.
Who’s going to stop the Indians?
When Corey Kluber is locked in, watch out. Unfortunately for opponents, that’s how it’s been since his DL stint. Plus, who will slow down Ervin Santana?
Looking ahead to 2017, re-signing Justin Turner was essential for the Dodgers. Now that they have, they could even address another infield position.
Josh Reddick, Jason Castro, and Andrew Cashner have all signed deals, but what else is going on? Plus, we ask YOU to get involved.
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.
We come to the end of our free agent rotation-building exercise with Tommy Milone, a man on the fringes after going through a rough 2016 season.
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.
Our strong September slates continue as Stras returns and Duffy looks to get back on track against a suddenly scorching MIN offense. Plus Thor & Quintana.
By all accounts, David Ortiz is one of the unquestioned good guys in sports. But, should his past make us question the numbers he’s put up this season?
It’s a low-key Thursday, but we’ve got deGrom—though he’s struggled lately—plus a duel with José Quintana & Ervin Santana. Will the Twins snap their skid?
We reflect on Desmond Jennings’ time in Tampa, Oswaldo Arcia’s tumultuous 2016 season, and Jeremy Jeffress’ DWI this past Friday. What’s next for all three?
Jon Lester has had it rough lately, José Quintana searches for win No. 9, and then there’s Max Scherzer. Head into your weekend watching these three.
When you’re Los Angeles or Boston, you can afford to cut ties with the Crawfords and Castillos of the world. But Arcia and the Twins—what’s the rush?