A look at how the Dodgers fared against the Braves this season
by: J.P. Hoornstra — Orange Country Register 2 Oct
After beating the Colorado Rockies, the Dodgers can enjoy two days off at home before Game 1 of the NLDS on Thursday. The Braves clinched the National League East on Sept. 22 and have not played a …
by: Frederic_Henry — SB Nation: Athletics Nation 1 Oct
A’s Coverage: Game #162: Forgettable Loss, Unforgettable Year... A Beautiful Dream for 1914 and 2018: Miracle teams that weren’t such a miracle after all... Lee: HR king Khrush bats .247 for 4th...
by: Keegan Matheson — The Score 26 Sep
As we approach game 162 across Major League Baseball, let's take a look back on some lighter moments from the year that was.On The FieldLa Tortuga finds 2nd gear Willians Astudillo turned on the BURNERS ? pic.twitter.com/1TFUR4Qqzi— SportsCenter (@SportsC
#EvanHelpUs: Inside the Rangers' manager search, and why Sonny Gray may be a tempting pitching acquisition
by: Evan Grant — Dallas Morning News 25 Sep
Here's the latest edition of #EvanHelpUs with Evan Grant...
by: Hayden Godfrey — Fansided: Jays Journal 25 Sep
Though his contract looks less than fabulous at the moment, a contending team reportedly had interest in Blue Jays catcher Russell Martin before finding th...
by: Houston Mitchell — Los Angeles Times 24 Sep
They each have made 314 starts for the Dodgers.
by: Mark Polishuk — MLB Trade Rumors 24 Sep
The latest from Toronto... Russell Martin reflects on a tough year in an interview with Sportsnet.ca's Jeff Blair, and needless …
by: Houston Mitchell — Los Angeles Times 17 Sep
They have the potential to carry the team far if they remain hot.
by: Kyle Lesniewski — SB Nation: Brew Crew Ball 15 Sep
Answering the burning questions from you, the reader.
by: David Hill — Fansided: Call To The Pen 15 Sep
David Wright had been on a Hall of Fame trajectory. Instead, after being sidelined by over two years with injuries, he will make one final appearance at th...
by: Patrick Redford — Deadspin 14 Sep
The Red Sox wrapped up a three-game sweep of the Blue Jays last night in Fenway in a very silly way. With the game tied in the eighth, Xander Bogaerts reached base on a one-out double, then stole third. Blake Swihart then pinged a tiny pop-up into the...