Wednesday Takeaway After the first week of the season played itself out, the Dodgers and Marlins were never supposed to have the same record. Los Angeles has been a 90-win team five years running, and had no reason not to expect more of the same. Meanwhile, Miami jettisoned its stars, slashed their payroll for the…
Bringing in your best reliever in a high-leverage situation in the eighth inning shouldn’t be a controversial or even questionable move, and yet Craig Kimbrel’s struggles before the ninth inning tell us otherwise,
The Yankees needed what Luis Severino was selling Tuesday night: A night off for the bullpen.
The Yankees and Astros played an epic postseason-like game on the first of May and it was glorious.
No worries, everyone, as Ronald Acuna makes his debut and Yoan Moncada does his thing.
Baseball and boxing have long been, better or worse, connected. The “tradition” continued at Coors Field and Fenway Park on Wednesday.
Texas sends Jonathan Lucroy to Colorado and returns Jeremy Jeffress to Milwaukee.
Milwaukee adds a pair of relievers, New York picks up yet another first baseman, and the international signing bonus slot just can’t seem to find a home.
Corey Seager goes deep thrice, Anthony Rizzo keeps loving the leadoff spot, and Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger keep pace.