As temperatures continue to drop in October, so does the number of teams remaining in the MLB’s postseason bracket.
After a chaotic, 162-game regular season, it’s officially time for October baseball.
On May 25, 2011, Giants catcher Buster Posey’s season ended in devastating fashion, and collisions at the plate were changed forever.
If MLB truly wants to move forward, the “unwritten rulebook” needs to be thrown out sooner rather than later.
Regardless of whether it’s a rookie that fans have seen before, or fresh blood for viewers to become accustomed to, there’s plenty of hype to sift through in 2021.
Ahead of the start of the 2021 season, we broke down MLB’s top 10 teams and put pen to paper for some power rankings.
It’s only fitting that one of the most unique regular seasons in MLB history would be accompanied by one of the most intriguing playoff formats in recent memory.
While talks between Major League Baseball and the MLBPA regarding a return to play after the COVID-19 pandemic remain at a standstill, the show had to go on as it related to the league’s annual draft.
Amid ongoing negotiations between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association on a potential start of the 2020 regular season, the league put together an intriguing proposal in their efforts to entice both sides of the aisle.
As the Red Sox trade Mookie Betts to the Dodgers, MLB gets the needed equivalent of the Kawhi Leonard night
It’s late at night on the East Coast, and numerous stars are on the move to a high-profile team out in Los Angeles. Sound familiar?
While the end of 2019 may seem like a stopping point for both the year and decade, it truly serves as a time to reflect on the start of something fresh: a new era in each of the Big Four leagues.