The Boston Red Sox just took two of three games from the Chicago Cubs over the weekend, in a series that certainly felt a lot more important than your typical April set.
A 1.17 ERA? In 100 years, no one has done better against the Yankees. Tonight, Sale battles the Bombers for the first time wearing a Red Sox uniform.
Matt Carpenter bumped an ump and now he's paying the price.
Colorado and Arizona have started strong. San Francisco and L.A.? Not exactly. The division could be in for a wild ride this season.
The players do not want stronger penalties, and the clubs do not seem inclined to press the issue.
The Bush-Jeter group seems to be the frontrunner, though
In the wake of stupidity, the Red Sox leader is doing his job