Go Dodgers! (Says Michael.)
Cardinals are totally going to trade for Kris Bryant …
Machado’s dang good anyway, so there’s plenty of reason to want him. But how about a little rivalry bonus?
When I’m being rational, I think I probably say it’s the Brewers …
One way or another, MLB may be forced to address the sign-stealing-through-technology issue.
It remains to be seen if it would translate to MLB, but this guy would be fun to watch.
Now they better take advantage of it.
A great story that continues on with the Cubs.
Retaining Bryce Harper May Not Be a Luxury Tax Problem for the Nationals – Just An Actual Money Problem
I’m not so sure the home-growing Nationals will really make a serious run at retaining their homegrown star.
Sorry about the non-hangover, Astros.
Without such a woeful ending to the 2018 season, I’m not so sure everyone would have been as clearly on board for significant change.
How much of what has happened this week would even be a surprise to suitors? And isn’t Machado still too much of a transformative talent to pass?
There’s a lot to like there if you just focus on production. And it opens up other possibilities *cough Machado cough*.
It’s all just so fishy and hasty.
I still marvel at what Javy Baez is able to do.
The Dodgers beat the Brewers in a pretty standard game, but the nightcap in the AL was all kinds of wild.
I have several chuckles going.
Is this series over yet?
Yo quiero a mourning Chalupa.
Don’t do the crime if you can’t pay the fine. (Did I just make that up?)
MLB issued a statement that basically says there’s nothin’ doin’ here. Move on.
The upper deck will get a lot of focus this time around, and the Captain Morgan Club is currently gone.
Joe Maddon’s Agent Sees No Urgency for Extension Talks with the Cubs, Believes It Will Come Eventually
Maddon’s camp is echoing what we’ve heard from the front office: they’re not concerned about the situation.
Wowza. There is so much fishiness and weirdness that goes way beyond last night’s news.
Don’t call it a comeback. No, seriously, you apparently cannot call it a comeback.
For the final month and a half of the season, Jon Lester was ridiculous.
Machado scored the winning run in the 13th inning, but that’s not what made the Brewers blow up at him.
Oh My: Astros May Have Been Doing Some Shady Stuff This Postseason … (UPDATES: Indians Filing Complaint)
Let’s spice this postseason up with accusations of cheating!
Just lose already, Milwaukee.