The offense puts up double-digit runs once again, and Brent Suter is a dual threat both on the mound and at the plate in a laugher.
by: Andy McCullough — Los Angeles Times 12 Jun
Adrian Beltre thought he might spend the rest of his career in Los Angeles' embrace. He was wrong. Spurned by the Dodgers after the 2004 season, Beltre moved over to the American League. His fans in Los Angeles watched from afar as Beltre built a resume..
by: Dennis Waszak Jr. — The Denver Post 7 Jun
Oregon State pitcher Luke Heimlich, who as a teenager pleaded guilty to molesting a 6-year-old relative, was not selected in the Major League Baseball draft for the second straight year.
by: ESPN — ESPN 2 Jun
With the MLB draft only two days away, we examine who is producing the most talent (hello, SEC), football-baseball decisions and names that might ring a bell.
by: PAUL SULLIVAN Chicago Tribune (TNS) — Wisconsin State Journal 1 Jun
A generation of Sox fans has no idea how crazy the Sox-Brewers rivalry was before the Brewers switched from the American League to the National League in 1998.
by: Paul Sullivan — Chicago Tribune 1 Jun
You wouldn't know it now, but the White Sox and Brewers were once fierce rivals when they battled each other in the American League.
by: Bob Vorwald — WGN: White Sox Blog 28 May
* This is the first meeting between Cleveland and the White Sox in 2018. The Indians have gone 24-14 against the White Sox since 2016, and have won nine of the past 11 matchups between the two teams. Cleveland had a +39 run differential in nineteen games.
by: Alex Putterman — The Comeback 23 May
With the signing of 37-year-old castoff Jose Bautista on Tuesday, the Mets affirmed their undying love for washed up former stars.