There weren’t many – if at all – who would’ve thought Jonathan Loaisiga was going to be the first pitching prospect to make his New York Yankees debut in 2018.
At 39-18, the New York Yankees have enjoyed as much success as any organization in 2018. The reality, however, is this: unless they bolster their pitching depth – and it could be argued that one or more starters and relievers …
Despite ending just a game out of clinching a Wild Card spot in 2017, the Milwaukee Brewers entered the offseason with a new lexicon of afflictions in the eyes of sports pundits everywhere: logjams, patchwork rotation, Johnny Bullpen. And yet, …
Wherein we temper our enthusiasm for the Brewers starting rotation with case-by-case insight
The New York Yankees entered the 2018 season as a bonafide World Series contender. Some believe they’re favorites.
In praise of the unheralded guys starting for the Milwaukee Brewers.
Ahead of a first-versus-first series between eastern-division powers, we take a look at Boston’s Mookie Betts and Atlanta’s Freddie Freeman, two ballplayers who have been consistent like clockwork for their contending teams.
In late January, the Milwaukee Brewers shook baseball by adding two of the league’s best two-way outfielders in Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich. Now, they seem to be doing little but shaking themselves. But if the underlying numbers are any …
The New York Mets DFA’d Matt Harvey on Friday. A team will take a chance on the once-adored starter, but his tumultuous Mets career has come to an unceremonious, ignominious end.
Seeing that most attention in the AL West is paid to Mike Trout or Shohei Ohtani–or, at least in the last few days, renewed interest in Albert Pujols—Mitch Haniger might be an oversight.