The Chicago Cubs say they have not been stealing signs from the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLCS, and they have two simple reasons for that. For starters, they don’t know how.
Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer may not have been able to do much on the field in Game 3 of the ALCS on Monday, but he sure knew how to celebrate.
As Trevor Bauer attempted to pitch through a bleeding pinkie finger during Game 3 of the ALCS, many people drew comparisons between the Indians pitcher and Curt Schilling, who famously pitched the Re
Trevor Bauer cut his finger repairing his drone on Friday, leading the Cleveland Indians to push back his scheduled start in the ALCS from Game 2 to Game 3.
Prior to Monday afternoon, the Los Angeles Dodgers had not announced their starting pitchers for the NLCS beyond Game 3. But that changed later in the day.
Like all other MLB teams, the Los Angeles Dodgers take the necessary precautions to prevent opposing baserunners from stealing signs.
The Cleveland Indians are up 2-0 in the American League Championship Series, and they’ve about had it with Jose Bautista’s excusemaking.
Former Atlanta Braves general manager is reportedly the frontrunner to take up the same position with the Boston Red Sox, according to a report.