Could No. 1 prospect debut in World Series?
Wander Franco's Instagram post fuels speculation
Could Wander Franco be making his MLB debut in the World Series?
Well, probably not. Unfortunately. But the No. 1 prospect in baseball did share a photo on Instagram of his jersey with a World Series 2020 patch on the sleeve on Monday, immediately ramping up excitement that he could
Glasnow eyes 'unbelievable' duel; Snell in G2
Righty SoCal native set to face Kershaw in Game 1
ARLINGTON -- Tyler Glasnow grew up in the Southern California area watching Clayton Kershaw pitch big games for the Dodgers. With the Rays naming Glasnow their Game 1 starter, the right-hander will now face off against Kershaw in Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday at Globe Life Field.
'A little bit sore,' Bellinger expected to play G1
Dodgers outfielder hurt right shoulder in NLCS Game 7 win
Cody Bellinger shrugged off concern over his right shoulder popping out of its socket while he was celebrating during the Dodgers' win in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series on Sunday, and manager Dave Roberts said he expects Bellinger to start Game 1 of the World Series against
9 best players to suit up for both LA and TB
The Crime Dog, The Tornado and Scott Kazmir inside
When the Dodgers and Rays face off to start the World Series on Tuesday night, there will be many interesting connections between the clubs. Despite entirely different approaches to roster building, they were the two best teams in the Majors in 2020, making this only the fourth time in the
A very serious Rays-Dodgers head-to-head
All the things that will DEFINITELY impact the World Series
Despite the strangest, hardest and shortest season in recent memory -- and for only the fourth time in the Wild Card era -- the two best teams in their respective leagues will face off in the World Series when the Rays and Dodgers square off for Game 1 on Tuesday
Here's why Arozarena's success isn't a shock
Rookie outfielder having breakout postseason for Rays
Rays hitting coach Chad Mottola had seen enough of Randy Arozarena during Spring Training to know that the young outfielder had elite bat speed. But there was one specific moment in which Mottola knew the Rays had a rising star on their hands.