Tom Wilson, Travis Boyd and Jakub Vrana each scored a goal as the Washington Capitals defeated the visiting Philadelphia Flyers 3-1 in a Sunday matinee. The Capitals maintain a narrow lead in the Metropolitan Division, leading the New York Islanders b…
Jordan Eberle scored early in the first period Sunday afternoon and Robin Lehner recorded his fifth shutout of the season as the New York Islanders further damaged the playoff hopes of the visiting Arizona Coyotes with a 2-0 win at Nassau Coliseum in U…
As the Flames prepare to play host to the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night, they’re atop the Western Conference and Pacific Division with a six-point edge on the second-place San Jose Sharks, but that’s just the beginning. Calgary (47-21-7) has surpassed the 100-point mark for the first time
Bats: Lefthanded Quick Hit: Only American League MVP Mookie Betts had a higher OPS at the leadoff position than Carpenter’s .919, and they were the only leadoff hitters in the majors at .900+. Bats: Switch-hitter Quick Hit: After career highs in 2017 for HRs (18), slugging (.488) and RBIs (63), 2018
Dalton Del Don gives his fantasy predictions for every team in the American League, as well as his predictions for the playoffs.
LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) — Detroit Tigers right-hander Jordan Zimmermann is going to make his second consecutive opening-day start.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Rangers on Sunday returned pitcher Jordan Romano, who was subject to Rule 5 draft protocols, to Toronto after the teams were unable to workout a trade. Romano, 25, had been acquired in a Rule 5 draft trade in December. The Chicag…
Repeating is the hardest thing to do in baseball. That bears repeating: Repeating is the hardest thing to do in baseball. Teams that win world championships seldom win two in a row, just as teams that even reach the Fall Classic rarely do so in back-to…
Tigers’ 2019 preview with Chris McCosky, Bob Wojnowski and Tony Paul Lakeland, Fla. – This may have not been the scenario the Tigers envisioned back in 2015 when they traded David Price to Toronto for two left-handed pitching prospects – Daniel Norris and Matthew Boyd, in that order. Norris was the
Associated Press WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Justin Verlander thinks the free-agency process is broken. Still, he said that’s not why he decided to sign a new deal with the Houston Astros rather than test the market. “I can’t see a better situation,” Verlander, 36, said Sunday after the
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Noah Syndergaard sent a clear message to the Mets on Sunday. It’s time to get ace Jacob deGrom under contract long-term. “I just think they should quit all this fuss and pay the man already,” Syndergaard, the Mets’ other star pitcher, said Sunday. With less than four days
Brad Keselowski dominated on his way to the Stage 2 victory at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway, leading every green-flag lap.
Just when you think the Warriors have finally turned things around, they tend to toil through a dud of a game. That’s what happened Saturday night, when Golden State was blown out by 35 points at Oracle Arena by a Dallas team that had lost 15 of its previous 17 games. The Warriors, not surprisingly
ESPN The Atlanta Braves optioned right-handed pitching prospect Touki Toussaint to Triple-A Gwinnett on Sunday, but two other rookie pitchers will be in the defending National League East champion’s opening rotation. Right-handers Bryse Wilson, 21, and Kyle Wright, 23, will follow Julio Teheran in
OAKLAND — First baseman Matt Olson said Sunday there remains no timeline for his to return to the lineup, although he’s confident the A’s have the personnel to make up for his absence for at least the first few weeks of the season. Olson was welcomed back to the A’s clubhouse by his teammates