Baseball Central - September 30 - Friday
The Blue Jays enter the season-ending series vs. the Red Sox with their postseason lives on the line; Jose Bautista & Edwin Encarnacion play their last home game as Jays?; Boston Globe's Alex Speier on Red Sox pitching & Hanley Ramírez's bounce-back seaso
Baseball Central - September 29 - Thursday
Tonight could be Bautista & Encarnacion's final game as Jays at Rogers Centre; Jays bullpen situation is stressful; Stroman in the bullpen?; Orioles' TV analyst Mike Bordick on Jimenez, Britton, Davis & the club's potent offence.
Baseball Central - September 28 - Wednesday
Blue Jays pitching coach Pete Walker on Aaron Sanchez's development, the 6-man rotation, Roberto Osuna; Jays' pitcher Aaron Sanchez on his success vs. Orioles, development, possibly starting wild card game.
Baseball Central - September 27 - Wednesday
Why did the Blue Jays get in a brawl with the Yankees during a tight wild card race?; The Ringer's Michael Baumann on the toughest pitchers to face in the wild card game in both AL & NL
Baseball Central - September 26 - Monday
Blue Jays have found their winning ways again; Ex-Marlins broadcaster Tommy Hutton provides his reaction to the death of pitcher José Fernández; Dodgers give Vin Scully a great send-off.
Baseball Central - September 23 - Friday
Jays can end the Yankees postseason hopes this weekend; What happened to the Orioles?; Bleacher Report's Danny Knobler on the Yankees & Mets.
Despite never losing that nervous and intimidated feeling around Roy Halladay, Dirk Hayhurst explains why he admires the man so much for what he was on the field, and who he still is off it.
Long rejected by stats-minded baseball analysts, concepts like grit, heart and the will to win are nonetheless evident on both sides of the field as Boston and St. Louis set for game five.
Pundits and opposing teams have accused Los Angeles Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig of not playing “the right way.” But what way could be more right?
The Cardinals are one win away from a return to the World Series, and they’ve gotten there without breaking the bank. Many franchises on the outside looking in (like the Blue Jays) should take notice.