This could’ve been interesting.
Game 2 got awfully wild Wednesday night, but George Springer is the man we’ll all remember.
Saturday night, the Dodgers and Cubs would battle—but not without a little controversy.
The Dodgers are cruising, and starting to remind us all of earlier in the season.
It’s never another player’s job to make the opposition feel better when they’re playing like crap. Enter Yasiel Puig, and more unwritten nonsense.
Corey Seager, Justin Turner and Clayton Kershaw continue producing. But it’s Julio Urías who takes the biggest step forward as the Dodgers win the NL West.
Injuries, too hot and cold, not living up to our expectations… It’s time for some—like Stanton and Puig—to bounce back as we go through spring training.
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.
Héctor Olivera was just another big-money signing for the Dodgers back in 2015. He was pretty bad on the field, but far worse off it.
In 2013, Yasiel Puig was crucial during LA’s summer surge that led to a divisional title. But this year and last, his production has slipped. Now what?
With our award predictions circulating the past few weeks, our section editor and lead writer had their say on who would be Comeback Players of the Year.
In the 100th edition of The Wind Up, we compile 100 thoughts on the offseason so far and predict 2016.
Will we ever start taking these issues more seriously?
Crawford is overpriced, aging, and his talents are diminishing. Could he be moved?
The Dodgers are in this for the championships, but they continue to come up short.
More drama, more talking, and more rumors. It’s another Hot Stove edition of the wind up.
It was a drama-filled week in MLB, plus David Ortiz is retiring after 2016.
Don Mattingly and LA needed to move on from each other, but he’s not the sole reason for their early playoff exits over the years.