Another year, another home.
Toronto Blue Jays
Are you listening?
Pressure is nothing new.
That’s a lot of coin.
The offseason has a pulse!
The late, great Roy Halladay wasn’t always the intense presence we saw on the mound.
Tuesday afternoon, the baseball world learned of Roy Halladay’s tragic passing.
Stroman, Quintana and Sale will keep you occupied throughout the day and well into the evening. Plus, José Berríos looks to keep moving forward.
Aaron Sanchez looks to stay healthy against the Orioles. Meanwhile, Charlie Morton is fascinating—plus, Sale and deGrom feature as well. Don’t miss ’em!
A quartet of aces lead this baseball Wednesday; both Stephen Strasburg & Danny Salazar look to rebound from wobbly starts. Plus, Archer and Darvish feature.
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?
Marcus Stroman is all the way back from the ACL injury that ruined his 2015 season. And after a strong WBC run, is the man to watch. Especially tonight.
Who’s overrated? Who’s underrated? And who’s winning it all? Don’t be surprised to see Cleveland and Chicago fighting for baseball’s biggest prize again.
It hasn’t been one of the easier offseason markets to navigate for slugger José Bautista, but after everything, he’ll be sticking with Toronto after all.
Imagine a fully healthy Cleveland ballclub in 2017. Adding Edwin Encarnación for the next few seasons just makes them all the scarier.
To say the markets for Mark Trumbo, José Bautista, and Edwin Encarnación have been strange would be under-selling it, but should either have taken the QO?
Now that Céspedes has re-upped with the Mets, it’s time to sort out the rest of their outfield. And rumor has it, Toronto wants Jay Bruce.
What if the Dodgers had stayed in Brooklyn? Well, certain teams would’ve never existed. Others would’ve remained in their original location. Let’s realign.