The highlights from yesterday’s MLB games include Gleyber Torres making history, Mike Trout and Mookie Betts going deep, and James Paxton dominating
by: David Hill — Fansided: Call To The Pen 3h
The Boston Red Sox thought their future was set after their moves in free agency in 2014. Instead, those moves were a disaster. The 2014-15 offseason was a...
by: Ken Davidoff — New York Post 6h
Only one of them is a freak, in the kindest sense of the word. Only one of them evokes comparisons to Babe Ruth, though the other one has put himself alongside some pretty cool names. Yet no matter
by: Mike Puma — New York Post 7h
MILWAUKEE — Hanley Ramirez might seem like a good fit for a lineup struggling with run production, but Mets officials aren’t so sure the veteran slugger would be a match for the team. A team
Mookie Betts, J.D. Martinez nicknames: Boston Red Sox teammates call duo 'Goku' and 'Vegeta' (from Dragon Ball)
by: Christopher Smith | email@example.com — Mass Live 8h
Mookie Betts regained the lead during the seventh inning. The Red Sox right fielder bashed his 17th homer 387 feet to left field. Boston won 6-2 over the Braves.
by: N/A — SNY: NYY Fans 8h
Gleyber Torres calls himself a contact hitter, but his last four games proves there's more than enough pop in his bat when he does connect.
by: Anonymous — Boston Herald 7h
Mookie Betts isn’t slowing down.After Mike Trout and J.D. Martinez hit their 16th home runs of the season earlier in the night, tying Betts for the MLB lead, Betts blasted his 17th, a line drive shot over the Green Monster in the seventh inning of the Sox
by: Mike Axisa — YES Network: River Avenue Blues 8h
DotF: Thompson-Williams goes deep again in Tampa's win And the Yankees are still the only team in baseball without a three-game losing streak this season. The Yankees rebounded from those back-to-back losses to the Rangers earlier this week with a 2-1...
by: @usatoday — USA Today 9h
Gleyber Torres became the youngest AL player to homer in four straight games, Aaron Judge threw out two runners from right field and the Yankees beat the Los Angeles Angels 2-1 in the opener of a series showcasing some of the sport's brightest stars
by: STATS — Fox Sports 10h
NEW YORK -- The easy decision for New York Yankees manager Aaron Boone will be activating Greg Bird and figuring out where to pencil the left-handed hitting first baseman into the lineup.