BALTIMORE - Cleveland manager Terry Francona told reporters Sunday the Indians will start Corey Kluber and Carlos Carrasco in games one and two of the American League Division Series against the Astros at Minute Maid Park.
by: Marc TopkinTimes staff writerMore articles window.authors=[["Marc","Topkin"]]; — Tampa Bay Times 29 Sep
ST. PETERSBURG — As incredibly interesting as this Rays season was, the winter is likely to be quite intriguing as well.The success in the second half keyed by the transition to the you
by: Chandler Rome — Houston Chronicle 28 Sep
BALTIMORE - Players are avoiding A.J. Hinch. "Either they don't want to get sick," said the still ill Astros manager, "or they don't want to know what their situation is."
by: Domenic Lanza — YES Network: River Avenue Blues 24 Sep
Yankeemetrics: Wild win, playoff ticket punched (Sept. 21-23) The Yankees magic number to clinch home field advantage is five, with seven games to play. They’re two games up in the loss column, which is good, but they’re remaining schedule is quite...
by: Houston Mitchell — Los Angeles Times 24 Sep
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by: Hunter Atkins — Houston Chronicle 23 Sep
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by: Houston Mitchell — Los Angeles Times 17 Sep
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by: Hunter Atkins — Houston Chronicle 15 Sep
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by: Susan Slusser — SF Gate 15 Sep
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Saturday will be the first-ever installment of what might become the norm around baseball: Both the A's and Rays will use "openers," relievers who work just an inning before giving way to a more traditional starter. Liam Hendriks...
by: Chandler Rome — Houston Chronicle 15 Sep
The problems plaguing Carlos Correa at the plate are plentiful. His hands are out of whack. Pitch recognition is suffering. The worst slump of Correa's three-year career continues to spiral, leaving the Astros' perpetually positive shortstop seeking...
by: Houston Mitchell — Los Angeles Times 13 Sep
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by: Marc TopkinTimes staff writerMore articles window.authors=[["Marc","Topkin"]]; — Tampa Bay Times 13 Sep
ST. PETERSBURG With the confidence the Rays have when LHP Blake Snell takes the mound, they feel pretty good about their chances if they can scratch out a few runs and catch the ball behind him.T
by: Houston Mitchell — Los Angeles Times 10 Sep
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