How did they get here? And are they actually on the 40-man roster?
For young Orioles hitters, facing top pitchers every night is a ‘measuring stick.' Who has fared the best?
by: Jon Meoli — The Baltimore Sun 9h
One aspect of finding consistency and proving ones worth, Orioles hitting coach Don Long said, is how young hitters fare against the game’s top pitchers — and the Orioles have seen plenty of them this year.
by: Nick Selbe — Sports Illustrated 18h
The Rays join the Dodgers, Braves and Athletics among teams that have clinched their division so far this season.
by: Adam Sanford — SB Nation: DRays Bay 19h
The Rays have clinched their first division title since 2010
by: Joseph Zucker — Bleacher Report 19h
For the third time in franchise history, the Tampa Bay Rays are American League East champions. The Rays clinched a division title thanks to their 8-5 victory over the New York Mets on Wednesday ...
by: Jerry Beach — Forbes 23 Sep
In more normal times, fans within driving distance of Citi Field would have trekked to the park to grieve the franchise icon and say goodbye in person, as Yankees fans did a quarter century earlier when news of Mickey Mantle’s death broke in the...
by: Matthew Kunkel — Fansided: Climbing Tal's Hill 23 Sep
The Houston Astros would face one of these three teams in the first round of the playoffs. It is the last week of the season and, barring any 2007 New York...
by: Andres Chavez — Empire Sports Media 23 Sep
New York Mets' struggling slugger Pete Alonso talked about baseball and luck, suggesting the latter element has been absent in 2020 for him
by: FOX Sports — Fox Sports 23 Sep
Tampa Bay Rays left-hander Blake Snell discusses his final start of the regular season and the loss to the New York Mets on Tuesday night.
by: Robert Wolff — SB Nation: Amazin' Avenue 23 Sep
Lugo outduels Blake Snell as Mets strive to keep faint playoff hopes alive.
by: MIKE FITZPATRICK — San Antonio Express-News 23 Sep
NEW YORK (AP) — Pete Alonso and the New York Mets prevented Tampa Bay from clinching...
by: Associated Press — Daily Herald 23 Sep
CLEVELAND -- José Ramírez pushed the Cleveland Indians into the playoffs with one swing and strengthened his case for the AL MVP award.