A slugfest at Wrigley Field, Patrick Corbin on fire, Wild Card wildness, and Adam Engel goes very, very far.
Mike Trout is MIKE TROUT, Yoan Moncada is becoming YOAN MONCADA very quickly, and the Dodgers secure .500.
Hansel Robles’ very bad day, bobsledding bullpens, Klubot Ks, and three for Paul Goldschmidt.
Washington blasts eight homers, Kyle Schwarber has a huge night, Steve Pearce ends things in grand fashion, and Jake Lamb takes a tumble.
St. Louis doesn’t know the first thing about first base, Justin Smoak continues his breakout year, and Joey Bats flashes some glove.
Milwaukee stays ahead of Chicago, Nationals Park has a dry delay, Ichiro Suzuki sets another record, and Jose Osuna throws everyone out.
Washington has more bullpen problems, double servings of dingers all around, Klubot is dialed in, and Ichiro fights back.
Houston out-slugs Oakland, Corey Knebel sets a strikeout record, Matt Adams keeps chugging along, and the NL West clashes.
Chris Sale gets zero run support, Keon Broxton does his Aaron Judge impression, Bryce Harper leaves in a hurry, and Jose Berrios shines.
Houston gets back on track, Kevin Kiermaier slides into an injury, Gary Sanchez homers twice, and Chris Iannetta has a monster game.
Corey Kluber returns in style, the A’s make a mess, more Mets-like things happen to the Mets, and the Twins turn three.
Ivan Nova almost finishes what he started, Big Sexy gets robbed, and Odubel Herrera goes platinum.
Jose Berrios dominates the Rockies, Julio Teheran plunks Jose Bautista, Jarrod Dyson does it all, and the Rangers keep winning.
Neftali Feliz falls apart, Craig Kimbrel dominates, Zack Greinke loses a no-hitter late, and Little League homers galore.
Adam Jones is treated horribly in Boston, Manny Machado stars on both sides of the ball, the Rangers and Astros spar, and the Giants get to Clayton Kershaw.