The next wave of defensive positioning is here, as the Astros are placing their outfielders in more extreme locations than we’ve seen in the past.
Another way a major-league team is using hitters’ tendencies to reimagine defensive positioning.
Probably not the one you’re thinking of, if you’re thinking of one at all.
The Orioles had just as much of an offensive profile as the Astros and Royals did.
The misguidings of Terry Collins won’t help Mets fans sleep better this off-season.
How the Mets let a briefly vulnerable Johnny Cueto slip away in the top of the fourth.
There were too many memorable to plays to squeeze into one article. But we tried anyway.
How you can expect Kansas City to make their nearly impenetrable outfield even better.
John Gibbons’ usage of David Price has been questioned, but PECOTA is betting on the lefty to extend the series.
The Cubs try to get back in, while the Royals try to regain control.
Today’s undercard pits everyone’s favorite Cy Young candidate mop up reliever against everyone’s second favorite diminutive starter.
The Mets finished off the Dodgers with a combination of sustained velocity and Daniel Murphy magic.
The Dodgers and Cardinals fight for their playoff lives on the road.
Come for your Jake Arrieta fix, stay for the emerging drama between the Dodgers and Mets.
The battle between two of the National League’s best pitchers lived up to expectations.
The Warthen Slider has helped two Mets playoff starters become dominant. Now, the other two LDS starters have worked on featuring the pitch.