Short Relief closes out its week of admiration with three players with absolutely nothing in common.
Kansas City needs power and Jorge Soler needs playing time, so it’s a perfect match.
Kenley Jansen may be the key to the Marlins’ plans for 2017, but do they have a fallback option in place?
What does the future hold for Nathan Eovaldi now that the Yankees have cut him loose?
In clearing the catcher job for Gary Sanchez the Yankees got good value in return for Brian McCann.
Toronto sluggers Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion are both hitting the open market, putting the Blue Jays is a difficult spot.
Knocked out in the first round again, the Rangers may need some luck on their side to keep winning in 2017.
Many of the Mets’ big names are on the disabled list, leaving healthy newcomers in crucial October roles.
Becoming fans of Jose Fernandez linked a daughter and mother, in life and in death.
The Rangers added a star catcher at the trade deadline, but Lucroy just wants to help out however he can. He has!
As October approaches, it appears the Blue Jays replaced David Price from within–if he can hold up.
Mookie Betts demonstrates the folly of capping what a player might do.
Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.
Jorge Soler and patience have never gone together, but suddenly they’re a promising combo.
The Dodgers’ rookie had sky-high expecations entering the season, and has surpassed them.