Video: Peter on Correa, J.D. Martinez, and the Red Sox 3B concerns

Peter joins MLB Central on MLB Network to discuss Carlos Correa’s injury, the J.D. Martinez trade and Red Sox third base concerns….

Peter Gammons: Quintana crosses town to Wrigleyville, Springer’s MVP shot, and more

The news of the Cubs blockbuster trade featuring Jose Quintana broke around 11 Thursday morning. The phone rang. “So much for the hangovers,” said the major league coach on the other line. “Theo and Jed just dumped a bucket of ice water over the entire clubhouse. What differentiates those guys is that they understand players. They […]

Peter Gammons: State of the league going into the All Star Break

We’ve heard the game show since mid-March, “buyers” and “sellers,” who they should be and what they should do. As the second half of the season began, by Friday the Milwaukee Brewers had a 4 ½ game lead in the National League Central with the fourth best run differential (+40) in the league. And when […]

Peter Gammons: Dennis Eckersley and what it is to be a teammate

I spent 11 Januaries flying into Cleveland for the Indians Rookie Development Program, and have done many others, from the Yankees to the Red Sox to the Rays. There was always one story I told about what it is to be a teammate, a story about Dennis Eckersley. A lot of those young players to […]

Jamey Newberg: Heights.

He’s a dirtdog second baseman, listed under six feet but still generously gifted an inch or three on his reported height, a player who plays with an edge that agitates opponents and endears him to teammates, in that way not unlike Ian Kinsler, a player he once displaced. He can be a lightning rod, for […]

Peter Gammons: Midway check-in from Miami to Cambridge, Columbia SC, and the Cape

The season reaches its midway point this weekend, with the Dodgers, Diamondbacks, Rockies, Brewers and Nationals in line for the National League playoff positions, the Red Sox, Indians, Astros, Yankees and Twins out front, the Rays and Angels a game back of the wild card. With the All Star Game on the immediate horizon, this […]

Video: Peter on the career and legacy of David Ortiz

Peter joins Jon Paul Morosi at Fenway Park to discuss David Ortiz’s special career with the Red Sox ahead of his number retirement…

Video: Peter on struggling Tigers, D-Backs’ success, bullpen curiosity, and more

Peter joins Christopher Russo on MLB Network’s High Heat to touch on some hot topics from around the Majors, starting with the Tigers’ poor performance this season…

Peter Gammons: State of the MLB at the Summer Solstice

The Summer Solstice arrived and the sun rose on Buzzard’s Bay on three remarkable facts: –Two rookies named Aaron Judge and Cody Bellinger led their leagues in home runs, 46 between them, and Bellinger didn’t make it to Los Angeles until April 25; –The three best records and widest run differentials in the National League […]

Peter Gammons: Agents, scouts, prospects, changing trends, and the MLB Draft

The Baseball Draft was changed in 2012 because the Commissioner’s Office felt that teams like the Red Sox could use their development revenues to sign players like Anthony Rizzo in later rounds for high round contracts. The idea was to restrict signing pools based on the previous year’s standings and allow losing teams better access […]