When the Kansas City Royals look at the AL Central standings Saturday morning, they will be looking up at the Detroit Tigers for the first time in more than a month.
For the first time in more than two weeks, the Milwaukee Brewers were able to win two games in a row.
When you are managing a team in playoff contention for the first time in decades, you are bound to be second-guessed by fans whenever your team struggles.
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon certainly came away with one persistent thought after Seattle’s 5-2 loss to the Houston Astros.
The Royals and the Tigers meet again in Kansas City in a three-game set that begins Sept. 19.
The Tampa Bay Rays are ending Drew Smyly’s season after 153 innings.
“Now that I’m able to get through this start,” Scherzer said, “I will be able to give you absolutely everything I’ve got.”
Stakes could not be much higher in a regular season game.
One ugly outing distorted Soria’s ERA: he had allowed just one run between his other five appearances as a Tiger.
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“… After coming here, you see the players aren’t as bad as they’re portrayed to be on TV, and the city isn’t like that, at least the areas that I’ve been in. You kind of live just like a normal city. I think every city has their bad areas. The economy may be a little different here, but for the most part, it’s cool.”