Will the Yankees knock off another favorite or will the Astros get one step closer to making that SI cover a reality?
The end of an era in Kansas City, the start of one in Minnesota, and Andrew McCutchen drives in eight.
MLB sets the single-season home run record, Chase Headley gets hit by a pitch, Max Scherzer shoves, and Johnny Cueto takes his time.
Cleveland wins 20 in a row, the Dodgers actually win one game, and Carlos Gonzalez shows signs of life.
Toronto and Boston play 19 innings, Manny Machado beats the Yankees, the Diamondbacks keep winning, and Justin Verlander makes his Houston debut.
Stephen Strasburg is both young and old, the Angels win the damn game, the Yankees don’t win anything, and Javier Baez is fun to watch.
Rich Hill’s perfect game dies in front of us, Jered Weaver’s career grinds to a halt, and TV’s Monk holds up.
Doug Fister shuts down the Indians, Gary Sanchez goes very deep, and Ichiro Suzuki out-slugs Giancarlo Stanton.
Rookies look good for the Mets, Aroldis Chapman looks bad for the Yankees, Giancarlo Stanton hits no. 44, and Miguel Sano does his Brooks Robinson impression.
Things are getting weird, in almost every division.