Peter Gammons: After due celebration, Alex Cora will quickly refocus on Boston

LOS ANGELES—It has been a long year for Alex Cora, exhausting at time. He assembled and ran the Puerto Rican team that finished second in the World Baseball Classic. He served as A.J. Hinch’s LBJ, a bench coach who coordinated practice and video and conduit to players; be it Carlos Correa’s injured hand, the hurricane […]

Videos: Peter on games 5 and 6, the Phillies’ new manager, and more

Peter Gammons joins Chris Russo on High Heat to talk about historic World Series Game 6’s, the prospects of a Game 7 and more… Peter joins MLB Tonight to talk about new managerial hires, Dave Martinez for the Nationals and Gabe Kapler for the Phillies… Peter joins Brian Kenny on MLB Tonight to discuss the […]

Video: Peter and Bob Costas on first 3 games of World Series

Peter joins MLB Now to discuss his thoughts on the first three games of the World Series between the Astros and the Dodgers…

Video: Peter discusses Game 2’s place in postseason history

Peter Gammons joins MLB Tonight to discuss where Game 2 ranks in postseason history, the Astros’ success against relievers and more…

Videos: Peter joins MLB Network in LA before Game 1

Peter joins High Heat to give some perspective on the Astros-Dodgers World Series matchup… Peter joins MLB Now before Game 1 to talk about the World Series featuring two 100-win teams… Peter discusses the connection between Dave Roberts and Alex Cora as well as the emergence of the Astros’ young stars…

Jamey Newberg: Ink.

There’s no way I could deliver a requiem on Josh Hamilton’s career as well as Levi Weaver did.  Instead, I thought I’d pull some things I’d written about him over the near-decade since he arrived, as I probably dumped more ink on the Josh Hamilton story than on anything else over that time. December 2007 The scariest thing about a […]

Peter Gammons: 2017 Predictions (Part I)

It sounded like a campaign promise when the words “Cubs and Indians World Series” rolled out last April 1, or, perhaps to give it more credence, an April Fool’s joke. It really did happen, like the 1991 last-to-first Twins-Braves series with an unforgettable extra inning seventh game culmination of a memorable World Series. A year […]

Its Finally Over!!

Peter Gammons: Keeping up with the Cubs and Indians

Dave Cameron did a fascinating piece on FanGraphs comparing the youthful talent of the Cubs to past youth-dominated powerhouses like the 1978 Expos and 1975 Red Sox, and over the next five years one of the story lines will be how Theo Epstein, Jed Hoyer, Jason McLeod, et al add, subtract, construct and re-construct this […]

Peter Gammons: Instant classic as Cubs win World Series

He broke out in a smile, a peaceful, calm smile. It was early on a November morning, the 343rd pitch of the seventh game of one of the most memorable World Series, and the ball Michael Martinez hit squibbled towards him, through wet grass and the tying run sprinting towards second base, and Kris Bryant […]