Yahoo DFS Baseball: Saturday Picks – RotoWire

Advertisements This article is part of our Yahoo DFS Baseball series. Welcome to October! Also, the last Saturday of the MLB regular season! A week from now, the playoffs will be happening. But for now, there are seven MLB games starting at 7:10 p.m. EDT or later. It’s time to kick the month off withContinue reading “Yahoo DFS Baseball: Saturday Picks – RotoWire”

‘I’m trying to catch Tom Brady’: How Terrance Gore’s unusual career got him three rings … and counting

Advertisements 7:30 AM ET IN HIS EIGHT seasons in the big leagues, New York Mets outfielder Terrance Gore has never hit a home run. He has just one career RBI. But he does lead baseball in one very important category: World Series rings. With three, Gore is tied with Madison Bumgarner for the most ringsContinue reading “‘I’m trying to catch Tom Brady’: How Terrance Gore’s unusual career got him three rings … and counting”

The summer goeth before the fall in this week’s baseball quiz – Chicago Sun-Times

Advertisements Cute title, this week, huh? With all due respect to the original and biblical ‘‘Pride goeth before the fall’’ from the Book of Proverbs, my Book of Four Seasons (not the one with Frankie Valli) indicates that summer precedes the fall. Baseball is made up of four seasons: the spring, which is when itContinue reading “The summer goeth before the fall in this week’s baseball quiz – Chicago Sun-Times”

Baseball: Shohei Ohtani extends hit streak to 15 games in win over Rangers – Kyodo News Plus

Advertisements Shohei Ohtani extended his hitting streak to an MLB career-high 15 games in a 2-for-4 outing for the Los Angeles Angels, who beat the Texas Rangers 4-1 on Friday. A day after taking a no-hitter into the eighth inning and earning his 15th win on the mound, the two-way star preserved his streak atContinue reading “Baseball: Shohei Ohtani extends hit streak to 15 games in win over Rangers – Kyodo News Plus”

Marlins restructuring baseball operations for 2023 season – MLB.com

Advertisements MILWAUKEE — While fielding questions last Sunday about manager Don Mattingly not returning in 2023, Marlins general manager Kim Ng acknowledged there would be evaluations up and down the baseball operations side after a disappointing ’22. Miami on Friday began that process by letting go of Hadi Raad (director of pro scouting), Geoff DeGrootContinue reading “Marlins restructuring baseball operations for 2023 season – MLB.com”

Orioles CEO: ‘I look forward to’ signing new lease

Advertisements 2:11 AM ET Associated Press BALTIMORE — Orioles chairman John Angelos said in a memo to team staff members that he looks forward to signing a new lease committing the team to remaining in Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun obtained the Sept. 1 memorandum, and the Orioles on Friday night confirmed the accuracy of theContinue reading “Orioles CEO: ‘I look forward to’ signing new lease”

Dodgers shift into October mode weighing pros and cons of their dominant ways

Advertisements Spring in October? It seems like it for the Dodgers, whose next meaningful game will take place in 11 days. Until then call it the California Cactus League. The Dodgers will follow their 10-1 romp over the Colorado Rockies on Friday night with five more games against those same purple-clad foes. The regular seasonContinue reading “Dodgers shift into October mode weighing pros and cons of their dominant ways”

Mets’ deGrom leaves early with blister on finger

Advertisements 1:25 AM ET Mets ace Jacob deGrom left Friday night’s series opener against the Braves in Atlanta after 86 pitches over six innings due to a developing blister. Mets manager Buck Showalter told the media after the game that the blister came to his attention around the 5th inning and when he noticing diminishedContinue reading “Mets’ deGrom leaves early with blister on finger”

M’s clinch to end MLB’s longest playoff drought

Advertisements Mariners hit walk-off HR to clinch first playoff berth since 2001 (0:20) The Mariners end a 21-year postseason drought in dramatic fashion as Cal Raleigh clubs a walk-off homer off the foul pole in right. (0:20) 12:59 AM ET Associated Press SEATTLE — Cal Raleigh hit a game-winning home run with two outs inContinue reading “M’s clinch to end MLB’s longest playoff drought”

Rays clinch wild-card spot; Astros get home field

Advertisements 12:07 AM ET ESPN News Services HOUSTON — The Tampa Bay Rays and Houston Astros both had reasons to like how things turned out Friday night. Drew Rasmussen and the Rays were the only ones celebrating, however. Rasmussen pitched seven effective innings, and the Rays clinched a playoff spot for the fourth straight season,Continue reading “Rays clinch wild-card spot; Astros get home field”

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