Peter Gammons: Now that the deadline dust has settled

The first question was about the certainty of the Dodgers in the World Series. The second was a look-ahead to a replay of the 1981 Dodger-Yankee World Series. I covered the 1978 Red Sox. I remember when they were 14 up on the Yankees on July 19. Or that on August 1 they were 65-38, […]

Peter Gammons: Trade deadline thoughts from Cooperstown

COOPERSTOWN—The drive here, that begins with the Turnpike from Cataumet to Stockbridge, gave time to think about Jeff Bagwell being inducted into the Hall of Fame, which means he and Frank Thomas, born on the same day and both losers (as well as Mo Vaughn) to Dave Staton in the 1988 Cape League Home Run […]

Peter discusses the Trade Deadline

Peter joins MLB central as the Trade Deadline approaches to discuss which players may be traded, Chris Gimenez contributions, the Angels finding a way without Trout, and more…

Trade Paparazzis

One rule change that baseball has improved is the July 31 trade deadline. It has made the month of July an exciting month  pennant races finally coming into focus  for players on the field,  fans in  the stands, the media in the press box and bloggers on  the internet.  Baseball is the one  sport that is arguably more defined  […]

Video: Peter Gammons talks pitching market, Astros, Mariners, and Red Sox

From Fenway Park, Peter Gammons joins Kelly Nash on MLB Network to discuss the Astros’ plan for Yulieski Gourriel, and the pitching market as we head closer and closer to the trade deadline…

Peter Gammons: Red Sox’ bright future and more from San Diego

SAN DIEGO—It was at this time last season that across New England there were howls to trade Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley and even Xander Bogaerts for a pitcher, any veteran pitcher, no matter how he profiled pitching for the Red Sox, who play 108 games a season in four of the worst pitchers’ parks […]

Peter Gammons: Midway Point Thoughts (Parts 1 and 2)

As the 2016 passes the midway point with the curtsy of the All Star Game, last weekend’s game at Fort Bragg, N.C. perfectly captured its responsibility as the National Pastime, symbolically, and because of the Marlins and Braves players, the reality in a time when the country is struggling to maintain its most important freedom, […]

Video: Peter Gammons on Blue Jays improving at the Trade Deadline, Matt Wieters, and evaluating the waiver period

Peter Gammons joins MLB Central to talk about the Blue Jays improving at the Trade Deadline. Additionally, Peter discusses the health status of Matt Wieters and the complexities of the waiver period.

Peter Gammons: Public opinion casts long shadow over GMs

Six days out from the Trade Deadline, the wake from the S.S. Blue Jays can be seen for miles and miles and miles out across Lake Ontario. They haven’t lost since Troy Tulowitzki and David Price were acquired, averaging six runs a game with Tulowitzki in the lineup, and the sound in the Rogers Centre […]

Coffee and Clippings: Positions of need, Red Sox facing some tough decisions

Alex Speier (@alexspeier) of the Boston Globe talks Red Sox and addresses the long-term needs of the club. The Sox have three corner positions whose future is entwined, the result of one forthcoming vacancy and two of the worst defensive performances in recent memory. The real crux of the Red Sox offseason in terms of […]