2020 National League Playoffs. James Rowe previews all four series in a very competitive National League Wild Card Round.
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald 10h
The Miami Marlins’ road to the playoffs has been paved primarily by pickups from headline-grabbing trades and fairly prominent free agent signings, with some help from draft picks in a talent-rich farm system. But along the way, the Marlins have...
by: Rich Dubroff — Baltimore Baseball 23h
One area that the Orioles showed substantial improvement in 2020 was relief pitching. In 2019, their bullpen had a 5.79 earned-run average. This year, relievers compiled a 3.90 ERA. The three most experienced Oriole relievers — Richard Bleier,...
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald: Sports Buzz 29 Sep
A six-pack of Miami Marlins notes on a Monday, less than 48 hours before their best-of-three series playoff opener at the Chicago Cubs at 2 p.m. Wednesday on ABC:
by: Steve Melewski — MASN 28 Sep
For the Orioles, the 2020 season, turned out to be about progress and improvement. They moved the organization forward in bringing young talent onto the ...
by: Jon Meoli — The Baltimore Sun 28 Sep
Considering the limitations of a shortened season with no minor league affiliates in action, a shortened draft and no traditional player development vehicles, the fact that the Orioles had some individual improvements that led to a competitive...
by: Jordan Bastian and Joe Frisaro — MLB: Cubs 28 Sep
The Wild Card Series between the Cubs and Marlins will be a tale of two franchises. On one side, you have a Cubs team filled with October-tested veterans and a core group that has delivered a World Series championship (2016) and five postseason...
by: Roch Kubatko — MASN 27 Sep
The time for reflection begins today. The Orioles are playing their final game of a wacky season. Some would call it “truncated.” Everyone would agree ...
by: Tyler Kepner - The New York Times — Toronto Star 26 Sep
On Friday night against the Yankees, the Marlins ended baseball’s second-longest active playoff drought.
by: Bill Madden — NY Daily News 26 Sep
The Marlins lost 105 games last year and half the team had coronavirus this year. What's your excuse?
by: Joe Frisaro — MLB: Marlins 26 Sep
“Why not us?” became the Marlins’ battle cry from the moment MLB announced there would be a 60-game season. That message was delivered from chief executive officer Derek Jeter to president of baseball operations Michael Hill to manager Don Mattingly...
by: Tyler Kepner — NY Times 25 Sep
Miami lost 105 games last year, and started this season with an alarming coronavirus outbreak. Yet, somehow, they are poised to end their 17-year postseason drought.
by: Derek — Views from 314 Ft. 25 Sep
Embed from Getty Images Finally, a different team. It feels like the Yankees have only played the Blue Jays lately, and that’s kind of true. 10 of the team’s last 16 games came against Toronto. Anyway, Don Mattingly’s club comes to the Bronx for the...
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