Things are getting weird, in almost every division.
The Mets win a game and move ahead in the wild card race, and more from Thursday’s action.
Betances stumbles as the season reaches the finish line, the Cardinals stumble as the season reaches the finish line, and more from Thursday’s action.
Umpires and replay fail the Astros, Tyler Austin goes baby boom, Ivan Nova loves Ray Searage, and Clayton Kershaw returns.
The Twins finally win, Christian Yelich and Addison Russell keep being stars, and more from Thursday’s action.
Matt Moore pitches forever and all he gets to show for it is a huff of exasperation, and more from Thursday’s action.
The Mets lose a big one, Kris Bryant refuses to stop at third, the Red Sox bullpen is worse than the Tigers’, and more from Thursday’s action.
The good, the bad and the Utley from Tuesday’s action.
Terry Francona gets unorthodox, Denard Span gets #ycpb all over everything, David Dahl’s young and hot, and beware managerial pledges not to bunt so much.
A poor reliever’s poor heart broken; Lindor’s a hero; Sabathia makes it easier AND harder to trade him; and Arenado does defense.
Chicago acquiring Aroldis Chapman from New York is a complicated, blockbuster trade on and off the field.
Stephen Strasburg’s perfect season gets befouled. Meanwhile, a baseball traveled 484 feet and Francisco Liriano righted himself.
An actual brightspot in the Yankees season! Be grateful for actual brightspots.
Colon/Giolito is a dud, but the game is wildy satisfying nonetheless. Meanwhile, Glasnow debuts, Trout steals home, and the Cubs keep slouching toward San Diego.
Madison Bumgarner puts the Babe Ruth comparisons to the test, the Yankees stay mediocre, and Tim Anderson starts making a name defensively.