Three teams have broken the 20-win plateau so far this season. Tonight, Joey Votto will try to change his fortunes against Paul Maholm.
Last night, Jake Westbrook pulled another Houdini act. Tonight, David Ortiz is set to tango with Texas’ Derek Holland.
The Twins might have a mediocre record, but it’s an upgrade from 2012. Our beat reporter also checks in on whether major leaguers would accept a gay teammate, the Phillies, Stephen Strasburg, and returns with scouting reports.
Clay Buchholz continued dealing last night. Tonight, Jake Peavy will try to keep Adrian Beltre in check.
The future looks bright for the Dodgers when Hanley Ramirez and Andre Ethier are contributing.
The BP staff thinks of what could have been with players who could not stay on the field.
On Monday night, the Angels and the A’s took Ernie Banks’ refrain a little too seriously. Tonight, Jose Bautista will get his first look at Jon Lester this season.
Angels pitchers are having an extremely difficult time locating the strike zone this year, and some of their star sluggers aren’t hitting.
Running through the notable quotes of the week that was.
Despite playing without many of their stars, the Yankees continue to find ways to win. Tonight, Eric Hosmer will try to up his slugging against Ubaldo Jimenez.
Jarrod Parker is struggling mightily this year. Tonight, Josh Beckett will try to keep Ryan Braun in the yard.
Justin Upton continues to have himself a season.
Mat Latos remained dominant on the mound last night. Tonight, Vernon Wells will try to continue his ownage of Mark Buehrle.
The Braves are thriving thanks to Justin Upton. Our beat reporter also catches up with the Tigers, Albert Pujols, and the Rockies.
Casper Wells has another new destination, and the Tigers grab a familiar closer.