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The Brewers won the month of January, but manager Craig Counsell made the point that it is much more important to win April, May, June, July, August and September. If they are good enough, the Brewers will try to win some of October, too.
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Roll out the barrel, indeed. Looks like the Brewers have got the blues on the run. They’re adding Christian Yelich, Lorenzo Cain and in the near future probably also a very good starting pitcher through a trade or free agency. You know they’ve gotten into the heads of the Cubs, Cardinals and every other contender.
Rhys Hoskins has handled new celebrity about as well as anybody could be expected to handle it. He is trying to enjoy the moment, while remaining true to himself.
Two fans are facing off in the kitchen to see who can make the best tailgate food in our MLB Grand Slam Showdown!
With just over six weeks left before the Cardinals hold their first official workout of 2018, it seems a fitting time to put last season’s shortcomings in the rearview mirror and begin looking toward what lies ahead.
There has been a shift of power in the American League East, and for the first time in three years, the Blue Jays will enter the upcoming season as clear underdogs in the division. Here’s a closer look at the top five pressing questions facing the Blue Jays as they enter 2018.
The deadline for non-tendering a player’s contract is Friday at 7 p.m. CT, and there’s a good chance the Royals will non-tender only one player.
Building a bullpen has become sort of a winterly tradition in Washington, one that a year ago gave Nationals fans stress as the team searched for an established closer. This offseason should present a much easier task for the Nats, however, considering they already have two key relievers in place entering 2018.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Good news is expected for fourth-ranked Michigan State when its faces Connecticut on Friday evening in the second round of the Phil Knight 80 Invitational. Spartans star Miles Bridges, who missed the past two games with a sprained left ankle, possibly could return. “I am hoping that he plays at some point […]
A strong showing in instructional league action has Ian Clarkin in play to be added to the White Sox 40-man roster by the 7 p.m. CT deadline on Monday, protecting him from exposure to selection by the rest of baseball in the Rule 5 Draft on Dec. 14 at the Winter Meetings in Lake Buena […]