Peter Gammons: Reflection of Yankees over Twins on this Wild Card Wednesday

NEW YORK—When the Yankees defeated the Phillies to win the 2009 World Series, it was the first title in the new venue, and turns out to be their last, as if eight seasons without winning a World Series is hardly a long time. What I remember most is how quiet it seemed, like a Thursday day game in … [Read More...]

Peter Gammons: Some Astro and Marlins thoughts at season’s end

When one runs the streets of Beverly Hills, each driveway has a sign posted that reads: "Beware. Trespassers Will Be Greeted With an Armed Response.” Which might as well be posted at the entrances to Minute Maid Park this Thursday, because while so many of us have placed the burden of expectations … [Read More...]

Peter Gammons: Chris Sale, Pomeranz, health concerns, and more Red Sox thoughts

Be honest, if not for Chris Sale and Craig Kimbrel, the Red Sox today would be focused on beating out the Angels for the second card or next year. So unless they have to use Sale Sunday or Monday, logic says a first game matchup between Sale and either Justin Verlander or Corey Kluber gives them a … [Read More...]

Audio: Peter joins 670-The-Score to disuss Cubs’ World Series hopes and playoff rotations

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Video: Peter talks Indians and Twins

Peter Gammons joins MLB Central to talk about the success of the Indians pitching staff and the lessons the young Twins are learning... … [Read More...]

Video: Peter on Indians streak, Doug Fister, Yankee’s pitching, and more

Peter Gammons joins The Rundown to talk about Trevor Bauer's impressive 2017, Archie Bradley's development as a reliever and more... … [Read More...]

Video: Peter on Red Sox sign stealing, NL West, and more

Peter Gammons joins Christopher Russo and High Heat on MLB Network to share his thoughts on the Red Sox stealing signs incident, the recent ongoings in the NL West, and more... … [Read More...]

Jamey Newberg: Laboring Day

“It’s not good.” He said it stoically, his face devoid of the familiar smiles and the fake dugout indignation and the joy he brings effortlessly to the game, instead lined with the pain borne not only of a strained hamstring that forced him from Thursday’s game with not a shred of resistance but … [Read More...]