It’s not entirely unusual for a pair of siblings to end up playing against each other in pro sports. The dynamic is different in baseball when one is a pitcher and one is a position player, tho
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It’s do-or-die time for a number of Major League Baseball contenders. Pennant races are tight, particularly the wild card races, though there are some division battles that remain well worth wa
We’re over two months into the MLB season, and things are really starting to take shape across the league. While we’ve been delighted by the performances of numerous star players, there a
The Philadelphia Phillies have been one of the most active teams this winter heading into the 2019 season, and they made another significant move on Wednesday to take care of one of their own stud pl
Luis Severino and Aaron Nola will be headed to arbitration to determine their salaries for the 2019 season.
Friday was the deadline for teams and players to agree on contracts without the need for ar
The MLB playoff race can conceivably be boiled down to about 12 teams, with one or two more on the fringes but looking less realistic by the day. Those 12 teams are in different spots. Some will feel
The races for the Cy Young Award in both leagues certainly look likely to provide intrigue as we head toward the end of the season. There’s a good argument to be made that each league features
Aaron Nola proved on Monday just how worthy he is of his All-Star selection.
Nola delivered for the Philadelphia Phillies both on the mound and at the plate in a 3-1 win over the New York Mets in the
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is a neat event for a lot of reasons. It is an opportunity to see the best baseball has to offer all on the same field. Matchups of star vs. star are commonpla
For most teams, we’re a quarter of the way through the Major League Baseball season, and right about at the point that teams can begin assessing what their prospects are. It’s also a poin