Feeling good about this Cy pick. But then again, I pick him every year.
Hal Steinbrenner says spending parity is “good for baseball," despite the Yankees' struggles nyti.ms/1TgpTtN
This is, um, something. via @SportsNetLA
In the American League ERA race, Coke is it!
For Kansas City Royals, a middling return to New York nyti.ms/24IIc0j
The link between Robin Ventura, the 2000 Mets and this season's White Sox, by @TylerKepner nyti.ms/273iyls
Happy Birthday to the incomparable Willie Mays, who apparently once celebrated the big day at The Vet.
The Yankees had made up with Rodriguez. Now they have to look elsewhere, writes @TylerKepner nyti.ms/1SZBdHC
With Andy Green the Padres have a manager who should help them grow, @TylerKepner
The labels put on Dusty Baker say more about baseball than him, writes @TylerKepner nyti.ms/1rj2o6Z
In the Mets, the Indians see the kind of team they want to be, @TylerKepner
It's a long season and platoons are part of the Yankees' process, @TylerKepner
An opt-out clause in Class AAA ball is a lottery ticket, and Rich Hill won, by @TylerKepner nyti.ms/1NE7dwg
The Yankees have the highest success rate challenging umpires' calls. The reason? This guy. nyti.ms/22Lppv0
Also liked seeing this memorial to Ray Chapman, the only MLB player ever to die from being hit by a pitch.
Cool how the Indians' Top 100 Players wall behind CF uses signatures on a black backdrop, like the Rock & Roll HOF.
Matt Harvey dominates, for a while, then falters again in the sixth nyti.ms/1Smhe8I
Bob Feller's bat, used in 1948 by a dying Babe Ruth in Yankee Stadium farewell, on display at the Indians' ballpark.
Interesting billboard high above RF here in Cleveland. In the visiting dugout tonight: Terry Collins Enterprises.
Will these be Kobe's final points? He's got 45 with 3:46 left...
Wait. This isn't a baseball stadium.
A few words about Vin Scully, a storyteller who has seen it all nyti.ms/1WqQ8NG
Please take the time to check this out. So proud of @Cindyluellis teamellisfamily.com #RallyforRhyan
The racing stripes are back. But can the Mets emulate their 1986 championship forefathers? nyti.ms/1SrvVB7