Ryan McMahon needs and deserves your All-Star vote

As Ryan McMahon stepped up to the plate to lead off the eighth inning against the Washington Nationals with the Colorado Rockies down by two runs, he launched a 1-0 pitch to left field for his team-leading 14th home run of the season. An inning later, with the bases loaded, McMahon battled to a full… read more

Swept Back to Canada: Cleveland Guardians Take Three from Toronto Blue Jays

Even when things go wrong for the Cleveland Guardians, they still go right. David Fry hurt his elbow, Triston McKenzie didn’t make it to the fourth inning, but the Guardians defeated the Toronto Blue Jays 6-5 to complete the sweep at Progressive Field on Sunday afternoon. Toronto took a 2-0 lead in the first inning… read more

The Chicago Cubs need to call up Alexander Canario

The Chicago Cubs missed the playoffs in 2023 because their offense and bullpen were not good enough. Jed Hoyer did not do nearly enough to address either issue in the offseason, so the team still finds themselves with big holes in both places. If they are going to get this season on track, they need… read more

Oops! All Homers: Cleveland Guardians Win Long-Ball Battle with Toronto Blue Jays

What if they changed the rules of baseball and you could only score on a home run? The game would look a lot like the Cleveland Guardians’ 6-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday afternoon. Cleveland’s home runs were more frequent and had more runners on base. That made all the difference. FIREWORKS… read more

Andrew McCutchen running the bases is still exciting after all these years

When I heard that Pirates legend, Andrew McCutchen, drove a ball off the right-field wall and managed to leg it into a triple in the bottom of the third inning of what would be a 4-3 victory over Tampa at PNC Park on Saturday afternoon, I got super excited. I found the highlights on social… read more

Cole Ragans Difficult Road to the Major Leagues

Kansas City Royals pitcher Cole Ragans didn’t have a typical minor league experience. As many minor leaguers have to, Ragans needed Tommy John surgery early on. After months of rehab, strength training and prep work, Ragans go back to the mound. After only a few pitches, he felt something in his elbow and was removed… read more

Seven-Run Spectactular: Cleveland Guardians Kick off the Weekend with a Win

Carlos Carrasco hadn’t won a game since May 5. The Cleveland Guardians offense (and the Toronto defense) made it easy for him. The Guardians exploded for seven runs in the second inning and cruised to a 7-1 victory, their third in a row. Carrasco (3-6) did his part on the mound, pitching six innings while… read more

Mitch Keller has pitched like an ace as the Pirates No. 3 starter

There was a time when Mitch Keller was the Paul Skenes of the Pirates organization. No, Keller wasn’t the top pick in the draft; instead, he was a second-round selection out of Xavier High School in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, back in 2014. But he did work his way up the minor league ranks to the… read more

Will Brennan’s Two Homers Power Cleveland Guardians to 6-3 Win over Seattle Mariners

Just as David Fry has solidified the fifth spot in the Cleveland Guardians’ batting order, Will Brennan is doing the same for the No. 6 spot. Brennan hit two home runs as the Guardians beat Seattle 6-3 on Thursday afternoon to win the three-game series. Seattle jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first… read more

Series Preview: Rockies close out homestand against the Nationals

The Colorado Rockies close out their longest homestand of the year welcoming the Washington Nationals to Coors Field for a weekend set. The Rockies enter the series on the heels of a four-game series loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers and are now 26-49 on the year, 15-22 at home, and 5-14 in June. During… read more

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