1. Meet Michael Wacha, Baseball's Next Great Young Arm

    Michael Wacha came within one out of a no-hitter against the Washington Nationals on Tuesday before Ryan Zimmerman's infield single ended it...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 4,588 reads 13 comments

  2. How Andre Ethier Ankle Injury Affects Dodgers' Hopes for Postseason Success

    Andre Ethier was held out of the lineup again on Tuesday due to a sore foot, leaving the Los Angeles Dodgers without one of their top outfielders...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 2,613 reads 0 comments

  3. Breaking Down How the Pirates Finally Ended 21-Year Playoff Drought

    The Pittsburgh Pirates ended a 21-year playoff drought on Monday night, as the team clinched its first spot in the MLB postseason since 1992. With a 2-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs and the St...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 1,744 reads 14 comments

  4. Alex Rios Hits for Cycle in Must-Win Game for Texas Rangers

    The Texas Rangers were faced with a must-win game against the Houston Astros on Monday, and nobody came up bigger than Alex Rios in Arlington...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 4,241 reads 5 comments

  5. Ranking MLB Playoff Contenders That Need Home-Field Advantage the Most

    Home field advantage can be the deciding factor of a series during the MLB postseason, which makes it so crucial that some teams secure it...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 1,000 reads 0 comments

  6. Rangers Attempted a Matt Garza-Justin Upton Blockbuster Trade with Braves

    A blockbuster trade almost shook the MLB world this year, as the Texas Rangers reportedly attempted to trade right-handed starter Matt Garza in a package deal to the Atlanta Braves for outfielder Justin Upton...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 8,216 reads 10 comments

  7. Power Ranking the 10 Best Potential Postseason Pitching Matchups

    The MLB playoffs are just two weeks away, and we're already looking forward to the great pitching matchups. Often times we see postseason games be decided by two aces, and it wouldn't be surprising to see that happen a few more times this year...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 1,106 reads 9 comments

  8. Red Sox Sell $1 Tickets to Bearded Fans in Honor of Team's Facial Hair Craze

    The Boston Red Sox have a long history of sporting facial hair, but they took it to a whole new level on Wednesday. The team offered $1 tickets to fans with beards prior to the game, attempting to extend camaraderie between fans and players...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 36,233 reads 6 comments

  9. Do the L.A. Dodgers Deserve to Be Vegas' Dominant NL Favorites?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have been called the favorites to win the NL pennant and the World Series this year...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 2,125 reads 17 comments

  10. J.B. Shuck Makes Sick Diving Catch to Keep Angels in Game vs. A's

    The Los Angeles Angels can thank J.B. Shuck for their win on Wednesday. He has emerged as a talented left fielder for the Angels in his first full year in the majors. Apart from batting a hair under ...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 2,275 reads 3 comments

  11. Matt Harvey Turns 'Dan Patrick Show' Interview into Bizarre Sales Pitch

    Matt Harvey went on the Dan Patrick Show on Wednesday, but he seemed to be more focused on Qualcomm, a wireless telecommunication company, than a torn UCL that ended his 2013 MLB season ...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 11 months ago 22,546 reads 16 comments

  12. How a Healthy Matt Kemp Impacts the Los Angeles Dodgers' World Series Odds

    Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp has officially been activated off the disabled list, joining the team once again on Monday, according to the Dodgers' Twitter feed: ...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 2,754 reads 8 comments

  13. Yankees' Season Still Not over After Being Swept by Red Sox

    The Boston Red Sox completed a sweep of the New York Yankees on Sunday night, extending their lead in the AL East to 12.5 over their bitter rivals...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 2,849 reads 8 comments

  14. How Crucial Rangers-Rays Series Will Shake Up the Tight AL Wild Card Race

    The Texas Rangers and Tampa Bay Rays will open up a crucial four-game series on Monday that will essentially determine which team will win one of the two AL Wild Card spots. The two teams enter the series tied in the wild-card standings at 81-67...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 928 reads 3 comments

  15. 2013 MLB Postseason Race Tracker: Latest Standings and Updates

    The 2013 MLB postseason is almost upon us, but baseball's best teams continue to fight for playoff positioning. Follow along while we update the playoff picture every night and provide you with key notes and information from around the league...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 126,378 reads 18 comments

  16. Everything MLB Fans Should Know About Byron Buxton, 2013 MiLB POY

    Byron Buxton was named the Minor League Player of the year on Wednesday, and MLB fans are asking who this 19-year-old phenom is. The Minnesota Twins ' prospect was called the No...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 6,345 reads 19 comments

  17. Jose Fernandez Poses After 1st Career Homer Against Braves, Benches Clear

    Jose Fernandez did much more than just beat the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday night—he humiliated them. Fernandez threw seven innings of one-run ball, stymieing a talented Braves team in the 5-2 Miami Marlins victory...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 197,516 reads 451 comments

  18. Bobby Valentine's Anti-Yankee Vendetta Pops Up Again in 9/11 Rant

    Bobby Valentine just can't help taking shots at the New York Yankees . While talking to WFAN radio on Wednesday , Valentine started discussing the role of baseball after the 9/11 attacks and how it helped restore order to the city of New York...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 4,331 reads 34 comments

  19. Is Derek Jeter Done? Examining Pros and Cons of His Return in 2014

    New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is done for the 2013 season, and now whispers of his retirement are beginning to circulate. According to Bryan Hoch of MLB ...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 6,836 reads 26 comments

  20. Will Johnny Cueto Be Reds' Secret Weapon in Possible NL Wild Card Game?

    As the Cincinnati Reds prepare for the NL Wild Card game, the return of pitcher Johnny Cueto could be the difference-maker...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 1,507 reads 1 comments

  21. Derek Jeter Can't Limp off into the Sunset After Nightmare 2013 Season

    Derek Jeter 's 2013 season is over after just 17 games, but his career won't end just yet. The New York Yankees have essentially lost their shortstop for the year after he was placed on the DL on Wednesday with just 17 games left in the season..

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 1,698 reads 5 comments

  22. What If the 2013 MLB Season Was Restarted with Current Rosters?

    What would happen if we restarted the 2013 MLB season with the players teams have now? What if Alfonso Soriano was on the New York Yankees and Matt Garza on the Texas Rangers for ...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 259 reads 1 comments

  23. Will Chris Sale's Dominant Win over Max Scherzer Help Sway Cy Young Voters?

    Chris Sale showed up Max Scherzer on Monday when the Chicago White Sox took on the Detroit Tigers . The two AL Cy Young candidates faced off in a terrific pitching matchup, but it was Sale who led his team to victory with a gem of a game...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 2,441 reads 12 comments

  24. Watch Orioles' Chris Davis Lose the Ball in His Own Jersey After a Foul Tip

    Chris Davis pulled a Houdini against the New York Yankees on Monday, making a ball disappear. The Baltimore Orioles first baseman, who has earned a reputation for sending balls out of the park, took one into his jersey on a bad swing...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 10,436 reads 3 comments

  25. Girardi-Showalter Scrum Shows Yankees, Orioles Cracking Under Playoff Pressure

    Joe Girardi and Buck Showalter couldn't settle their differences on the field on Monday and tried to solve their problems the old-fashioned way instead...

    Josh Schoch Written by Josh Schoch about 12 months ago 8,091 reads 31 comments