MLB has reached a decision regarding Yulieski Gurriel’s racist gesture from Friday night.
We don’t think the Dodgers planned on Alex Wood being their potential savior in October.
Yulieski Gurriel is the talk of Game 3, but for all the wrong reasons.
The Astros needed a quick start to Game 3 Friday night, and they got just that.
Darvish has been great this October, while McCullers was the talk of Game 7 in the ALCS.
Joe Girardi’s Yankees exceeded expectations this season. Apparently that wasn’t enough.
Game 2 got awfully wild Wednesday night, but George Springer is the man we’ll all remember.
MLB.com’s Ian Browne reported that Dustin Pedroia has undergone surgery to restore cartilage in his left knee. The surgery was done with hopes to repair a left knee injury that bothering the former MVP second baseman for most of the year. Browne also reported that Pedroia will not be ready to play baseball for at …
The Chicago Cubs made history last season when they won their first World Series Championship in over 100 years, ending the longest title drought in professional sports. Their magical run captivated the entire nation and swept the city of Chicago into a frenzy. After all, it was Chicago’s first baseball title since 1908… at least …
Houston’s not in a favorable spot, but they’ve got Justin Verlander going. Can he do it again?
The Dodgers and Astros kicked off Game 1 Tuesday night, and it was over in a hurry.
Clayton. Redacted. Kershaw. In case you’ve forgotten, he’s pretty good at baseball.
LA took the Cubs out in five games without Corey Seager. Now he’s back for the World Series.
Keuchel versus Kershaw? That’s a heckuva way to kick off this World Series.
Between the Dodgers and Astros, this World Series promises to be quite the showdown.
With Halloween just over a week away, we thought we’d revisit some Oct. 31 moments.
Charlie Morton was at his best, and now Houston is playing for baseball’s biggest price.
Even if Joe Maddon is wrong, he’ll never admit it.