This is going to get terrifying.
St. Louis Cardinals
The offseason’s biggest domino could finally be on the move.
Giancarlo Stanton just took home the National League Most Valuable Player award. But now, the Miami Marlins are threatening him.
Sorry, Boston and St. Louis—Giancarlo Stanton does not want to play for your teams.
It’s been a couple cruel weeks via Mother Nature. So our own Harv Aronson, currently residing in Florida, decided to recount historical bad weather games.
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.
Carlos Martinez has already started. Chris Sale takes the mound today; we all know by now what that likely means. But, how about the rise of José Berríos?
Saturday night, Albert Pujols added to his Hall of Fame resume by notching his 600th career home run. What’s next? Before that, let’s just recognize this.
Michael Wacha will end our evening while continuing his bounce-back season in LA, but before that we’ll get to see deGrom, Ray & Verlander. Don’t miss ’em!
We’ve highlighted Scherzer plenty this season, but he won’t let up. But what’s going on with Verlander and Martinez. Plus, don’t forget the evening slate!
Bryce Harper is at it again, Eric Thames is being cruel to baseballs, and then there’s Scooter. What can we say about the first couple weeks of the season?
We all know Macho Man from his days in WWE, but remember when he came up with the Cards as a catcher? We caught up with his former teammate, Mike Vail.
Baseball is officially back, fans! And we’ve got three great duels today, with Jon Lester/Carlos Martinez as our main event. Where will you be?
No repeat this year, Cubs fans. This time, the St. Louis Cardinals rise back to the top of the NL Central. But how do they get there?
It’s not as though the Cardinals often spend big in free agency, so what’s the harm in extending their franchise catcher, Yadier Molina, a few more years?
In the end, heavily sought-after reliever Greg Holland—who didn’t pitch at all last year—chose Colorado. Why? Well, maybe they’re closer than we think.
Dexter Fowler spent two years in Chicago, put up his best numbers, and helped them win a ring. Then he got paid—and he’s earned every cent.
In January, Matt Holliday turns 37. And in ’17, begins his 14th MLB season—this time, with the Yankees. So far, he’s been nothing if not consistent.