Tonight, on the evening of September 26th, Seattle will witness the probable end of a Mariners career which fits that description perhaps better than anyone. Felix Hernandez will forever be an idol in the eyes of Mariners fans, yet perhaps it is common that people forget the extent of his dominance early in his career as a consequence of his struggles over recent seasons.
Though the division race would appear to be almost wrapped up for the New York Yankees in the AL East with just over 100 games played this season, they certainly will not want complacency to set in just yet, and the upcoming 4-game series with their bitter rivals at Fenway Park is set up to be a cracker.
The 2019 MLB season is here. Anything is possible, from shock MVP winners and surprise Cy Young conteders to ludicrous stolen base totals.
His place in Cooperstown, donning the cap of a Giants team he led both in the East and the West, ensures his legacy will forever be alongside the legends of yesteryear, today and tomorrow.
It may not be until 2021 that the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Players’ Union and Major League Baseball expires, but there is a definite shadow being cast by that deadline which can be observed throughout the game.
The Reds sent second base prospect Shed Long and a competitive balance draft pick for the upcoming 2019 draft to New York in exchange for Gray and minor-leaguer Reiver Sanmartin.
Carlos Santana, Edwin Encarnacion, Jake Bauers and Yandy Diaz all changed teams on Thursday as the Mariners, Rays and Indians made a big trade.
The Philadelphia Phillies are in prime position for a big offseason after acquiring Jean Segura, James Pazos and Juan Nicasio.
James Paxton's move to the Yankees shows Dipoto knows what he has to do this summer.
Is Blake Snell's victory a sign that the voters have changed their ways?
The popular Mike Zunino looks a good acquisition for the Rays, while Smith fills a hole for Seattle.