Baseball Report: Strong Pitching To Dominate Astros, Nationals World SeriesThe 2019 World Series features the AL champion Houston Astros and the NL champion Washington Nationals in a historic pitching matchup.
Baseball Report: Dodgers' Cody Bellinger Continues His Hot StreakCody Bellinger, the Dodgers' right fielder, is batting over .400 and leading MLB in any number of hitting categories.
Berrios, Castro Carry AL-leading Twins past Astros 8-2Jose Berrios won his fourth straight start, Jason Castro homered off former battery mate Brad Peacock and drove in four runs, and the AL-leading Minnesota Twins beat the Houston Astros 8-2 on Thursday afternoon.
Baseball Report: Yankees Piling Up Wins Despite InjuriesThe New York Yankees, who just swept the San Francisco Giants, are 9-1 in their last 10 games, even as their injuries continue to mount.
Bregman Homers In 3rd Straight Game, Astros Beat Twins 4-1An error by Carlos Correa, when he overthrew first base, allowed Robbie Grossman to reach before the Twins cut the lead to 4-1 on an RBI single by Miguel Sano.
The Baseball Report: Astros Tie Franchise Record, Bartolo Colon Passes MarichalThe World Series champs have won 12 in a row for the third time in franchise history, while the Rangers big righty passed a baseball legend in wins.
Twitter Reacts To Astros Closer Ken Giles Punching Self In FaceIt was a bad night at the ballpark for the 'Stros closer and Twitter was ready with plenty of jokes.
Five Things You Missed: Kershaw Dominates, Many World Series Records SmashedThe Dodgers ace gave a historical pitching performance in Game 1, while Game 2 set some offensive records.
Five Things You Missed: Yankees, Dodgers One Win from World SeriesThe Yankees took all three games at home to seize control of the ALCS, while the Dodgers lost their first playoff game last night.
Kahn: The Astros And Hurricane HarveyA baseball game won't fix Houston's problems. But it will help.
30 Players: Alex Bregman Can Do It All For AstrosThe Astros took a step back last season after a playoffs run in 2015, they hope to get back with some help from their young third baseman.