Videos: Peter previews Wild Card games and October ahead

Peter from Yankees Stadium talks Ervin Santana starting the Wild Card game, the Yankees and more… Peter joins MLB Tonight to talk about the AL and NL Wild Card Games… Twins manager Paul Molitor chats with Peter about the upcoming AL Wild Card game against the Yankees… Peter joins The Rundown from the Bronx as […]

Video: Peter talks MVP candidates and converting relievers to starters

Peter Gammons joins Kelly Nash on The Rundown to discuss MVP candidates, converting relievers into starters and more…

Peter Gammons: Foul balls, extended netting, and the assurance of safety

Baseball’s ride to October has been a ride across the Kangamangus Highway on Columbus Day, from Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge to the remarkable rebirths of the Diamondbacks, Twins, Rockies and Brewers to Jose Altuve and Francisco Lindor and all that has somehow distracted us from the horrific tragedies of one hurricane after another to […]

Peter Gammons: 2B MVP’s, contending bullpens, and more late September notes

Second base has traditionally not been an MVP position. There have been only six MVPs in either league since World War II, from Jackie Robinson in 1949, to Dustin Pedroia in 2007. In the last decade, only twice—2016 with Jose Altuve and Robinson Cano—and 2013, with Cano and Pedroia, have two second basemen made either’s […]

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 […]

Peter Gammons: Look West for the class of the National League

In a year in which the Seattle Mariners, who haven’t made the postseason since 2001, were redeveloped and now playing in exile in a land called the Disabled List, the discussions over the weekend in Fenway Park were a positive distraction. It was about shortstop Jean Segura, his .329 average coming off leading the National […]

Videos: Peter on Red Sox-Orioles feud, Manny Machado, the NL West, and more

Peter discusses Manny Machado’s on-field improvement, the D-backs and Rockies sustaining success and more… Peter joins High Heat with Christopher Russo to discuss the drama between the Orioles and Red Sox…

Peter Gammons: Dodgers and Giants primed for another race in 2017

GLENDALE, AR—They seem to have been bolted to one another since the end of World War II. Jackie Robinson, then Monte Irvin, and when the Dodgers tried to trade Jackie to the Giants, he refused. The Shot Heard ‘Round the World. Willie and The Duke. The Giants won in ’54, the Dodgers in ’55, and […]

Video: Peter on Rockies’ bullpen, Orioles, Royals, and more

Peter Gammons joins Tuesday’s Hot Stove to talk about the Orioles’ work in the community, the Rockies’ bullpen and more…

Bartolo Colon’s “Historic” Walk Unbreaks History

The New York Mets 43-year old zaftig hurler set a record last night and in the process removed himself from the record books. Confused? Let me explain. Bartolo Colon faced off yesterday against the Arizona Diamondbacks with the hope of becoming the 18th pitcher in MLB history to beat all 30 teams. He didn’t. He […]