The baseball season is long. And we’re here to help: MLB Overnight covers the interesting night-in, night-out goings-on of The Show.
The baseball season is long. And we’re here to help: MLB Overnight covers the interesting (to us) night-in, night-out goings-on of the show.
The baseball season is a very long one. For the next eight months, bats will be cracking and gloves will be popping from coast to coast throughout all hours of all days. We’re here to help you keep up with the night-in, night-out goings-on of the show.
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After a whirlwind January where the Milwaukee Brewers added outfielders Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain and reliever Matt Albers, something still feels amiss between the talking heads and Brewers fans alike. If chatter in baseball circles is any indicator, it seems that nearly everyone expected the team to make a big push for a frontline starter, going so far as to say the Brewers aren’t a true contender until they address their rotation.
There’s only one word to describe the New York Yankees in 2017: success.
The organization’s old mantra of championship or bust didn’t come to fruition — but that really wasn’t the plan. Instead, the front office pivoted to a full-scale rebuild when they sold assets at the 2016 trade deadline for the first time since 1989, hoping they could simultaneously dip below the $189 million luxury tax number while also restocking and replenishing their farm system.
I never liked American Idol, but I learned to love seeing the first commercials for the upcoming season.
Todd Frazier gives the Mets consistency at third base, the likes of which they haven’t seen in years. On a budget, New York is better and deeper—and not as far from the playoff conversation as you might think.