Category: MLB

Japanese right-hander Wakui could test MLB waters in free agency

Marines' ace Hidaeki Wakui could be joining the MLB free agency market.

Red Sox dismiss manager John Farrell

After two division titles in the two years, the Boston Red Sox have dismissed their manager.

The Astros are my favorite team in the MLB playoffs

I'm rooting for the Houston Astros in the MLB playoffs, and here's why.

Jose Altuve likes the playoffs very much, thank you

Astro's second basemen Jose Altuve is torching Red Sox pitching in his first ever playoff game.

What to watch for in the AL Wildcard game

Everything you need to know about the American League Wildcard game in New York.

MLB Playoff Race: It’s now the National League’s turn

The Dodgers were the best team in baseball heading into September...were.

MLB Playoff Race: Predicting the American League

Cleveland's historic 22-game win streak helped the club lock up their second straight AL Central crown.

Examining Kyle Seager’s drop in production in 2017

Kyle Seager's offensive production has been lower than the team needed it to be this season. We take a look at what caused the drop.

The magical mystery tour that is Andrew Albers

The Seattle Mariners have gotten lucky with a decent starter in Andrew Albers. Let's take a closer look at his performance so far.

Dodgers have the highest odds of reaching World Series

The Los Angeles Dodgers have assembled baseball's version of a "Super Team", and they're the most likely team to reach the World Series because of it.

Injuries have kept AL Wildcard race competitive

Three different teams have had a chance to take over the AL Wildcard race...neither of them have been able to due to injuries.

Examining the Mariners 40-man roster candidates

The Mariners are one of the teams that will benefit most from the 40 man roster expansion.

AL Cy Young award: Corey Kluber and the art of being very good

Corey Kluber is the only other pitcher who has a shot at the AL Cy Young award this season. The 2014 award winner is in he middle of another sterling campaign.

MLB Playoff Race: Harper hyperextends knee stepping on 1B

Bryce Harper reminded everyone why charging hard on an obvious out is a bad idea. We also have updated playoff odds.

AL Cy Young Award: Chris Sale the strikeout machine

Red Sox's ace Chris Sale is currently the frontrunner for the AL Cy Young award. We take a deep dive into what he's done this season.

Mariners host Angels for a crucial homestand, we’ve seen this before

Remembering Lola-Blue-Za and a nine game losing streak in 2007.

Breaking it Down: Herrera destroys an impossibly low pitch

Photo Credit: Sporting News Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Odubel Herrera has displayed his consistently displayed his power throughout the season — he currently has a career high ISO of .167 — but he hadn’t quite flashed his full potential yet…until Tuesday night. In the top of the fifth inning Herrera came up to the plate following ...

Detroit’s inaction on the trade market will be costly

Tigers ownership won't give GM Al Avila the okay to shed salary, and that's going to be costly for Detroit.

MLB Playoff Race: Seattle make a couple of waiver moves

The Seattle Mariners are hanging around the fringes of the playoff race, so GM Jerry Dipoto made some moves to improve his 40-man roster.

Sunday Funday: The White Sox bullpen made art in its spare time

The White Sox aren't very good at baseball, but their bullpen is good at making art.

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