Dominant pitching by Noah Syndergaard and Sonny Gray, dominant hitting by the Astros and Yankees, and dominant GIFing by Chris Mosch highlight yesterday’s action.
A look at how Curtis Granderson has bolstered his defense in right field.
Aaron Nola, Aaron Nola, everybody’s coming to get me
Charlie Blackmon used to swing at everything; now he doesn’t. How’s that working out for him?
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.
A bunch of pitchers return from injuries. Other baseball games were also played, and even more will be played this weekend. Baseball! Baseball never ends.
Position players pitching turns sour and more of yesterday’s action, plus what to watch today.
Matt Williams got mad at Bryce Harper for bunting with two strikes; what’s the full story?
A Mariners-Yankees ace matchup disappointed, but Andrew Cashner had a weird game. You also get the rest of yesterday’s action and what to look for tonight — a steal!
Not quite as scintillating as Ecks vs. Sever, but what are you going to do? Plus the rest of the action and today’s best matchups.
Kluber, fresh off an 18-K performance, strikes out a dozen; pitchers duels turn into bullpen games, Carlos Gomez bounces back from a pitch to the face, and the best defensive play of the day.
Noah Syndergaard loses to an ace; Giancarlo Stanton has a jack; Strasburg flops; and the best defensive play of the day.
Bryce goes yard, and yard, and yard again; Scherzer and Stanton have an epic showdown; Aroldis throws his changeup; and the TWO best defensive plays of the day.
The shift made Mike Moustakas ‘a more complete hitter,’ though the real effects are unexpected.
Craig Counsell topples Clayton Kershaw, Madison Bumgarner flirts with a no-hitter, the Cards go back to the ‘pen, plus the best defensive play of the night.