Keidel: Hard To Hate These YankeesThe Yankees, built from the farm up with Gary Sanchez, Aaron Judge and others, currently lead the AL East, and it feels right.
Davis' Walk Off Single Lifts Athletics Over Yankees 8-7The A's had failed to hold their leads all game, then came through to snap a three-game skid with just their second victory in the last eight.
5 Things: Win Streaks Out West For Colorado And HoustonMajor League Baseball loves its win streaks: Just ask the Oakland Athletics. This year, however, and more specifically, last week, it was two other teams out West that put together the impressive consecutive wins to grab the nation's attention.
NBA Draft Inching Closer; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie - 6/7On the Wednesday edition of the Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie the fellas talk NBA Draft, Lonzo Ball working out for the Lakers and a little NBA Finals.
Ken Korach on The Drive - 05/25/17Voice of the Oakland A's, Ken Korach, joins The Drive with Dave and Kayte.
The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie; Seth EverettListen as NBC Sports MLB Reporter Seth Everett joined the show and spoke about the struggles of the Giants early on in the season, how much the Astros and Yankees have been playing and why Noah Syndergaard blocked him on Twitter. All that and more ...
5 Things: Rivalries Old And New Bring Excitement To BaseballThe Team of the 2010s in Major League Baseball certainly has been the San Francisco Giants with their three World Series titles. But things aren't looking good in S.F. this spring, despite wins against its biggest rival.
Nate Goodyear: Yankees' Aaron Judge Wrecked Things In Batting PracticeAaron Judge smashes a TV with a batting practice home run.
5 Things: MLB Celebrates History In Both Chicago And Los AngelesLast week, there were some memorable moments around MLB, with the biggest moments coming in the Windy City and the City of Angels. Here are 5 things you might have missed.
30 Players: Gary Sanchez Out For An Encore With YankeesThe Bombers rebuild continues and they look to have already found one young star.
5 Things: Boston And New York Both Celebrate Impressive MLB AccomplishmentsBoston and New York have a rivalry in the sports world no other two cities can match (sorry, L.A. and S.F.!), and last week in Major League Baseball, both cities got to celebrate some sports history. In Boston, one-time American League Most Valuable Player Dustin Pedroia strung together 11 hits in a row to almost match the all-time record, while in the Bronx, rookie catcher Gary Sanchez set a record by becoming the fastest player to hit his first 11 home runs in history. Oh, what a week in MLB!
5 Things: Strange Highs And Curious Lows For Brandon Crawford And The San Francisco GiantsThere's never a dull moment in Major League Baseball, of course, but some weeks are more volatile than others. Nothing illustrates this better than the seven-day stretch the San Francisco Giants just went through. Last Monday, shortstop Brandon Crawford set a record with seven hits in one game, but by Sunday, the team's bullpen had wasted all the momentum generated earlier in the week. In other big news, Texas first baseman Prince Fielder announced his playing days were over due to injury concerns, and Alex Rodriguez played his final MLB game.
Keidel: End Of The A-Rod Era, Or Error?A-Rod's turbulent time as a New York Yankee, and likely his MLB career, ends tonight. What's this maddening superstar's legacy?
5 Things: A-Rod And Teixeira Saying Goodbye, While Ichiro Makes More HistoryThe Chicago Cubs had another perfect week thanks to another ninth-inning comeback, but the big headlines in Major League Baseball last week came from the Bronx and the Rocky Mountains. Both Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira said their goodbyes to the New York Yankees, albeit in different ways. Meanwhile, Ichiro Suzuki capped a Hall of Fame career with his 3,000th hit in Denver, an amazing accomplishment considering he didn't join MLB until he was 26 years old.
Eovaldi, Yanks Top Giants 5-2Nathan Eovaldi pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning, Carlos Beltran and Mark Teixeira hit early solo home runs and the New York Yankees beat the San Francisco Giants 5-2 Sunday to complete a 6-4 homestand.