The Giants took a tumble in 2017, but with huge names added to the roster and a bunch of familiar names ready to bounce back, San Francisco appears to be a club on the verge of a quick turnaround.
Taking notice of a 27-year-old rookie who’s suddenly crushing the ball.
A fitting tribue was paid to Jose Fernandez in Miami, Jean Segura keeps socking homers, St. Louis struggles, and Jonathan Schoop wears down.
The Reds’ relievers set a record, the Giants’ blow another late lead, and two starters elsewhere don’t let their teammates get anywhere near the mound.
The Rangers improve to 15-3 against Houston, and more from Tuesday’s action.
Brian Dozier is channeling June 1998 Sammy Sosa, and more from the Labor Day Weekend.
A look at the extreme batted-ball distribution driving the league’s most intriguing 28-year-old rookie.
The Nationals’ expensive slugger is earning his keep, and more from Monday’s action.
The Dodgers hit a bunch of homers off a guy named Bailey, and more from Monday’s action.
The Yankees get a superb performance from a rookie starter, and more from Monday’s games.
A marathon between the Marlins and Giants, the unsinkable Corey Seager, and more rom Monday’s play.
Danny Salazar is losing heat, and Max Kepler takes advantage. Meanwhile, Danny Duffy and Kyle Hendricks turn in signature starts.
Jeremy Hellickson aces his audition, the White Sox get to the Cubs’ bullpen, and Dave Dombrowski has made so many trades that they’re starting to overlap in a kind of baseball version of the grandfather paradox.
Jake Arrieta and Noah Syndergaard look like themselves again, Chase Headley keeps building his trade value, and Blake Snell is effectively wild at Coors.
The maddeningly inconsistent closer had his first meltdown of the year. Meanwhile, the Brewers batted out of order and Lance McCullers dominated for real.
Kris Bryant makes major-league history, Noah Syndergaard scuffles amid rumors of elbow trouble, and much more from a busy Monday.