The trade deadline is approaching and the Yankees aren’t getting any meaningful clarity.
The Cubs are suddenly losing, the Mariners are seriously losing, and Zack Greinke moves up a special leaderboard.
A wild game at altitude, an exclamation point by Taillon, and a near-injury to Maeda.
Manny Machado and Yordano Ventura take swings, Adam Duvall takes bigger swings, and Julio Urias finally does okay.
Julio Urias gets hit again, Zack Greinke is basically back, and the Padres out-do themselves.
Clayton Kershaw is peaking, Pujols hits a sort of a milestone, and the Cubs are slumping, relatively speaking.
The Mets’ ace is not, the White Sox ace is, and the Blue Jays’ leadoff hitter is… Jose Bautista!
Kansas City’s slow start, plus: Yes to Trayce Thompson, yay J.A. Happ, and way to be Dae-Ho Lee
Third-string catchers are on the move, former strong defenders are as well, and well there’s Casey Fien.
The Royals storm back, Mike Trout amazes, the Reds’ bullpen is the worst, and more.
Whoppingly unexpected records in the NL East, Jake Arrieta allows a run, and more.
The Twins jettison their top two position prospects, while the Yankees bring an old face back into the fold.
The Day When All The Aces Came Out To Play turned out pretty cool, indeed.
The Braves and the Twins slouch toward the first overall pick, while Jaime Garcia almost pulls a Velasquez.
The White Sox, Rangers, Orioles, and Cubs add arms, while the Yankees relive the past.
The Cubs hold their breath to see how Kyle Schwarber is, while Al Pujols adds a walk-off to his career and the Phillies’ bullpen has already blown two late, and it’s still early.