Justin Verlander and the Tigers figure to be too much for Barry Zito and the Giants to handle in Game One.
Detroit’s pitchers toyed with Yankees batters in all four games of the ALCS. Here’s a closer look at two striking Tiger sequences.
Two preseason favorites match up, but there are plenty of surprises about how they got there. Undoubtedly, there are surprises to come.
At this point, the Cubs’ season is about the little accomplishments.
If you had to pick a pitcher for a big game tomorrow, who would you take? How about a big game in 2015? Some MLB execs weigh in with their choices.
The Rangers are at the top of this report. They’re also under .500 over the past four weeks.
Does the Pirates’ Josh Harrison have a historically troubled relationship to the strike zone?
In which the Houston Astros have a positive run differential.
Josh Johnson might actually be better than Verlander and Halladay, but it won’t matter if he’s hurt again.
Strasmas is over. Get ready for Danksgiving.
The makers and promoters of the patronizing “Baseball Boyfriends” app have an appreciation of women and baseball that apparently froze in the 1950s. Donna Reed is dead’long live the female stathead.