The Baseball Report: Orioles Could Set Franchise Mark For FutilityIt's been a rough season in Baltimore with the team already tying the franchise record for most losses since 1954. They could surpass that mark and others by year end.
Who Is MLB's First-Half MVP?CBS TV sports anchors in Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, and Philadelphia pick their MLB MVP so far and look at trade deadline rumors.
What Should Teams Be Willing To Trade For Manny Machado?Do you roll the dice and trade away one of your top young prospects under team control for the next seven-eight years just for a few months of Manny Machado, in hopes he will help bring you a World Series title come November?
MLB's Worst Teams: Reasons For HopeSome MLB teams are already looking to next season and beyond, but even their fans have something to be hopeful about.
Orioles Trading Manny Machado At Deadline Seeming More LikelyManny Machado, the talented infielder, who is due for big payday next offseason, has started the season strong, while his Orioles have not.
5 Things: West Coast Rookies Make MLB HistoryThe Los Angeles Dodgers and the Oakland Athletics experienced some historic moments last week as first-year players dominated the headlines for both teams—and the entire baseball nation—and setting some records in the process.
5 Things: Despite Losses To Cubs, Giants Become First To Score Earned Runs Off Wade Davis In 2017This season isn't looking too good for the San Francisco Giants, but they did disrupt Davis' perfect season.
Seller's Remorse; The Drive - 05/03/17Dave, Kayte, and Nate talk about Isaiah Thomas' big night, recap the Oakland Raiders draft with Scott Bair, and more on The Drive.
30 Players: Dylan Bundy Hopes To Stay Healthy, Stick In Orioles RotationThe Orioles are hoping their former top pick can round into form as they look to make a playoff push.
Five Things: Blue Jays, Giants Win Exciting Wild Card GamesThe Wild Card games lived up to the hype. Here's some things you may have missed.
5 Things: A’s And Giants Finish Season On High NotesThe Miami Marlins said goodbye to their fallen teammate, while the San Francisco Giants finally won a week’s worth of games to make the National League playoffs in yet another “even year” October. As for the Oakland Athletics, they played just well enough to knock the Seattle Mariners out of postseason contention.
5 Things: Fernandez Tragedy Overshadows Postseason RacesThree teams are fighting for two playoff spots in the National League, while realistically only three teams are fighting for two playoffs spots in the American League. Who says the wild card isn’t good for baseball? But the big news in baseball right now is the tragedy in Miami.