Rich Hill makes history and then loses, Gary Sanchez is a monster, Zach Britton blows a save, and Eric Hosmer walks off.
Edwin Diaz was off, Aaron Judge was on, Mike Matheny got mad, and Yasiel Puig kept the Dodgers winning.
Age is merely a construct, Kyle Seager is Corey’s brother, and Big Sexy is a helluva athlete.
Gio Gonzalez took a no-hitter into the ninth inning, Doug Fister got the job done, Jake Marisnick went deep twice, and Yoan Moncada had a scary collision.
Jeremy Hellickson goes from one non-contender to another, while Howie Kendrick joins the Nationals’ stacked lineup.
Luis Severino starred, Chris Sale did his usual thing, Rafael Devers and Lewis Brinson homered for the first time, and Justin Turner walked it off.
Go out on your collective shield or give a boost to the inevitable rebuilding process?
On the 17th episode of the DFA Podcast, Bryan, special guest Ben Diamond, and Shawn Brody discuss three big deals that are helping shape the 2017 playoff push. The Yankees pick up three pieces, the Nationals grab two, and the Diamondbacks just get one; how did each team do?
Jose Quintana’s excellent Cubs debut, Jackie Bradley Jr.’s robbery of Aaron Judge, and a marathon game at Fenway Park.
Washington’s mess of a bullpen gets major help in form of right-hander Ryan Madson and left-hander Sean Doolittle.