Record-breaking Orioles power, Yankees comeback craziness, and Jose Altuve doing his usual thing.
Beltran continues his reboot, the Astros are bona fide hot, and Andrelton Simmons makes a play.
Ichiro argues for being the new Hit King, Clayton Kershaw and Noah Syndergaard dominate again, and Johnny Cueto in San Francisco has been a good deal.
Julio Teheran pitches the Braves past the Padres, James Shields gets walloped in his Chicago debut, Josh Donaldson still and always good, and more.
Matt Albers delivers the big double. Meanwhile… the rest of baseball stops what it’s doing to consider Matt Albers delivering the big double.
The Cubs ace loses one incredible streak but keeps another alive, while Corey Kluber and Nomar Mazara put on shows.
The run continues in Philadelphia, the strikeouts continue to pile up for Justin Verlander, and Jackie Bradley Jr.’s hitting streak is getting interesting.
20 Ks, y’all, 20 Ks. Also: Good for the Astros, Good for the Giants, Good for the Mariners.
A darned impressive sweep in Pittsburgh for Maddon’s team, while the Mariners get a sweep of their own and Kluber continues to torment Detroit .
The Braves are bad, Sonny Gray was bad, the White Sox are good, and Steven Souza does quite the thing.
The weirdest thing happened to the Reds’ ace. Meanwhile, good job Chris Sale, good job Orioles, good job Jordan Zimmermann, great job Aaron Hicks.
Starring Jeury Familia. Meanwhile, Craig Kimbrel gets Chris Davis when he gets a second chance, the Rockies put up a Rockies score, and Trevor Story moves on to the next neat trick.
Three middle infielders are hitting all the home runs.
Tim Lincecum’s showcase remains somewhere down the road. Meanwhile, James Loney might be coming to a town near you and Trevor Story might be coming to a ROY race near you.
The challenge of upgrading on Daniel Nava in Anaheim, the Braves’ surprising semi-bid on Justin Upton, and the closer who wants to be a starter.
Ruben Tejada is released, Johnny Cueto is rattled, and Adam LaRoche is retired.