Houston got to work in a hurry, trading for Brian McCann and signing Josh Reddick and Charlie Morton.
Atlanta adds a pair of geezers, Howie Kendrick goes to Philadelphia, and Toronto finds a slugging replacement.
Hey Steve, they’re playing your song.
Death to Righties is on the move as the Phillies beef up their bullpen for a reasonable pricetag.
Houston takes advantage of a unique contract situation, but will it even pay off?
Ten innings of high-stakes lever-pulling from Joe Maddon and Terry Francoa.
Neither manager came through Game 5 with flying colors, but Joe Maddon out-maneuvered Terry Francona.
Did the Indians ride Andrew Miller too hard? Did the Cubs use the right hitters? Game 1 offered plenty of chances to second-guess.
Why haven’t opposing teams and managers, including the Indians and Terry Francona, done more to exploit Jon Lester’s throwing problesm?
Jake Arrieta’s season-long issues continued, Yasmani Grandal did his thing, and the Dodgers are up 2-1.
Breaking down the strengths, weaknesses, injuries, and managers for the seven-game American League slugfest.
Gio Gonzalez vs. Kenta Maeda in Los Angeles, Josh Tomlin vs. Clay Buchholz in Boston, and Jake Arrieta vs. Madison Bumgarner in San Francisco.
Game 1 for Blue Jays-Rangers and Red Sox-Indians.
Zach Britton’s absence was the big story, but the Blue Jays’ win was about much more than Buck Showalter’s curious decision.
It may seem radical, but the Orioles’ best move in the Wild Card game might be to unleash the bullpen from the start.