Chris Sale was his usual self, Eric Thames was Babe Ruth, the Rangers won after going 27 batters without a hit.
Important questions answered at Wrigley Field, Yoenis Cespedes keeps rolling, and Michael Martinez takes the mound.
Yadier Molina showed us something new, Yasiel Puig turned back the clock, and Michael Lorenzen took a step toward two-way player.
New York’s rotation is a health risk, Jung-Ho Kang hasn’t secured a visa, and Montreal wants back in MLB.
Jose Quintana is still on the block, Luis Valbuena is hurt, and the WBC is thriving.
Adrian Gonzalez is upset with the WBC, Scott Boras is upset with the Blue Jays, and Yasmany Tomas is injured.
Kris Bryant gets a big raise from the Cubs, and the Tigers and Braves go in search of outfield help.
David Price’s elbow is hurting, Mookie Betts’ wallet is growing, and the Nationals are shopping Derek Norris.
Texas talks extension with Rougned Odor, Jason Marquis eyes a comeback, and Jake Peavy puts baseball on hold.
Things are never easy with Jeffrey Loria, Matt Wieters may have a fit in Tampa Bay, and all of that runner-on-second rule change talk was for nothing.
Marlins fans may be done with Jeffrey Loria and Chase Utley may be going from Los Angeles to Cleveland.
Jose Quintana is still available and Jerry Blevins’ return to New York may depend on Juan Lagares’ departure.
Tampa Bay wants to replace Logan Forsythe, Sergio Romo wants to sign, and New York wants to do something with Jay Bruce.
Houston wants rotation help, Minnesota wants veterans, and Canada wants to turn back the clock.
New York may keep Curtis Granderson, Baltimore is unlikely to keep Mark Trumbo, and Matt Wieters is looking for a deal.