With the second half of the MLB season just getting underway, the Chicago Cubs find themselves with a less-than-stellar 43-45 record, tied with the St. Louis Cardinals for second in the division.Surprisingly, both of these "powerhouse" teams are looking up at the Milwaukee Brewers, who are 5.5 games up on them in first place.After 108 years of being the "lovable...
Baseball fans can only hope that the second half of the season is as exciting as the first. Two teams both reaching the 60 win mark before the All-Star break, monster home runs, and plenty of strikeouts.That being said, if the season ended today, who would take home the awards?Rookie of the YearAmerican League- Aaron Judge, New York YankeesThis...
With the Jose Quintana trade overshadowing the NL Central on Thursday, the division-leading Milwaukee Brewers quietly acquired rookie hurler Tyler Webb from the New York Yankees in exchange for potentially valuable first baseman Garrett Cooper, with Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports being the first to break the news.https://twitter.com/Ken_Rosenthal/status/885548724272934913The Brewers, who are 5.5 games ahead of the Chicago Cubs with...
For the first time since November of 2006, the cross-town rivals that reside in Chicago have agreed upon a blockbuster deal, with southpaw Jose Quintana going to the friendly confines of Wrigley Field after a late-morning trade Thursday.https://twitter.com/jonmorosi/status/885520538357125120Going to the Chicago White Sox's talent-laden farm system include top prospects Eloy Jimenez and Dylan Cease, who were the top 2...
Chris Sale, of the Boston Red Sox and Max Scherzer, of the Washington Nationals, have been named the Starting Pitchers for the 2017 MLB All-Star Game, which takes place Tuesday Night, in Miami, at 7:30 on FOX.Sale is Currently 11-4, with a 2.75 ERA, and the Red Sox currently sit atop the AL East by 3.5 games. Scherzer...
In the fifth inning of Friday night's game against the Milwaukee Brewers, Aaron Judge hit his 30th home run of the season. This particular one broke the record for most home runs by a rookie in a single season by a Yankee. The previous record of 29 was held by Joe DiMaggio, was set in 1936. Judge broke the...
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