It looks like the World Series will go the distance and seven games for the second straight year.
Steve Goldman from SB Nation joins Haynie & Zinno to talk about the upcoming World Series matchup between the Detroit Tigers and the San Francisco Giants.
What is the point of the regular season if the playoffs aren’t going to be long enough to truly determine the best team?
The Baltimore Orioles haven’t gotten this far since 1997. But the organization is making plans to sell playoff tickets for the first time in 15 years.
The 84th MLB All-Star Game kicks off at 7:30 pm this evening. The game will showcase the league’s brightest young stars and accomplished and seasoned veterans in a spectacle that has gone from exhibition to “importance.”
Last night was the most amazing baseball game I have ever seen.
With the series 3-2 in Texas’ favor, a Rangers victory tonight will give the team their first championship in franchise history.
Who knew that the World Series would be decided by a telephone.
Let’s take a behind-the-numbers look at World Series Game 5.
Orioles’ Brian Roberts talks with Vinny and Kenny discussing many topics from the latest regarding his brain injury to his upcoming charity event in which he partners up with Ravens’ Ray Rice.
Stop being stubborn Bud Selig. Let’s finally join the 21st century and have instant replay in Major League Baseball.
I am pulling for the Texas Rangers but my gut tells me this is the year for the Cardinals.