How Keuchel's 2nd go at free agency may play out
Veteran lefty turns 32 years old on Jan. 1
Free-agent lefty Dallas Keuchel spoke to ESPN last week about his disappointing journey into the market last winter, and what he expects might happen in his second crack at it this time around. He had some pointed things to say about the experience -- not surprising for someone who didn't
Nats taking no chances with Robles (hamstring)
Center fielder remains day to day; Taylor performing well in his absence
WASHINGTON -- The Nationals have jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the National League Championship Series against the Cardinals and played more than half of this postseason without Victor Robles, their starting center fielder who according to Baseball Reference is already a four-win player at the age of 22.
Gleyber goes off in Yanks' G1 shutout of Astros
Torres homers among three hits, drives in five in historic performance
HOUSTON – It was a few hours before the Yankees were due to assemble on the third-base line for introductions at Minute Maid Park, adrenaline pumping underneath their gray uniforms as they anticipated the first pitch of this American League Championship Series. Gleyber Torres felt the urge to make an
Bregman's baserunning flub hurts Houston in G1
Astros held to three hits in opener of high-powered ALCS
HOUSTON -- For a team playing in the familiar surroundings of its own home ballpark, the Astros looked a little lost in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series on Saturday night.
They had no answers for Masahiro Tanaka in their 7-0 loss to the Yankees and fared no
Aníbal, Max repeat October feat 6 years later
Righties flirt with no-hitters in back-to-back postseason starts in 2013, '19
Aníbal Sánchez and Max Scherzer make a great postseason pair.
The two right-handers showed that in their days with the Tigers. And now, reunited with the Nationals, they are showing it again.
• NLCS presented by GEICO, Game 3: Monday, 7:30 p.m. ET on TBS
Entering this year’s National League
Yanks-Astros G1 shows difference in bullpens
While NY relievers complete shutout, Houston arms allow 4 late runs
HOUSTON -- The Yankees and Astros began the American League Championship Series viewed as two of the most evenly matched teams to meet so far in the 2019 postseason -- two powerhouse "super clubs" boasting relentless lineups that have few to no holes, one through nine.
The most glaring contrast
'Obviously struggling' Cards bats must improve
After four hits in two games, lineup shakeup might be coming
ST. LOUIS -- Cardinals manager Mike Shildt said before Saturday’s game that he wasn’t going to have a knee-jerk reaction after the offense’s one-hit effort Friday night in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series against the Nationals.
But a three-hit effort isn’t much better, and a reaction may
Waino excellent in possible final Busch start
Veteran gets one run to work with in matchup vs. Scherzer
ST. LOUIS -- Getting to face off against Nationals ace Max Scherzer is like Christmas, Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright said a day ahead of their matchup Saturday afternoon in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series.