Peter Gammons: Verlander and Astros are built for “moment” games

There’s no way to measure how Justin Verlander would have finished the 2017 were he still in Detroit. Al Avila and Brad Ausmus understood what going to Houston might mean to him; they know him, appreciate and admire that he is a moment pitcher, that with the Astros position players and fellow alpha personalities like […]

Audio: Peter joins Mike Francesa to discuss postseason narratives

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 […]

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: David Price’s anticipated return to the bullpen

In his two simulated game outings during the week, there was a sense of normalcy to David Price. He was animated and enthusiastic. The other four Red Sox starting pitchers came out from the clubhouse to watch, a symbolic gesture of team solidarity for which Price had always been known in Tampa and Detroit and Toronto. […]

Peter Gammons: Trevor Bauer, Yankee pitching, and Doug Fister

TREVOR BAUER AND THE INDIANS PATIENCE One of Trevor Bauer’s longtime friends watched his exchange of words with Avisail Garcia on September 4 and said he knew then he was completely back to the state he was in as a UCLA junior and the best pitcher in college baseball, when in his final regular season […]

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…