Ervin Santana might not be Toronto-bound, plus news about Raul Ibanez’ ongoing defensive adventures and Nick Franklin’s future home.
Tony Cingrani shows off his wheels, the Red Sox win a wild one in the Bronx, and Greg Holland delivers a strange sequence.
The return of Justin Upton’s power has propelled the Braves to a sizzling hot streak.
He has the least-famous name, but Felix Doubront has been Boston’s most dependable starter.
With an exciting conclusion.
Looking at the biggest outfield transactions over our break.
Detroit’s pitchers toyed with Yankees batters in all four games of the ALCS. Here’s a closer look at two striking Tiger sequences.
Ben and Sam discuss Joe Girardi’s decision(s) not to pinch-hit for any of his left-handed hitters late in Game Three of the ALCS.
Ben and Sam discuss Game Three of the Yankees-Orioles ALDS, the decision to pinch-hit for Alex Rodriguez, and A-Rod’s future in New York, then talk about why the Stephen Strasburg debate won’t go away.
In the defining move of his career, Joe Girardi went with his gut. It worked.
Raul Ibanez is the first player in postseason history to do what he did. Many of the stories of the 11 men who did it in the regular season are nearly as nearly as fascinating.
Speedsters are the theme of this week’s outfield VP with Revere and Brantley joining the crew.
Ibanez, Reddick, and Dyson get the VP label this week