The Rangers and Blue Jays have announced their lineups for Game 1 of the ALDS. Troy Tulowitzki, who is still not 100 percent following a shoulder injury, is batting fifth.
The Rangers and Blue Jays have both announced their ALDS rosters. The series begins Thursday.
No Yankees or Red Sox. No Angels or Tigers, either. Brace yourself for ratings talk, but die-hard baseball fans will enjoy the actual four AL teams remaining.
The Rangers had a big lead and were three outs from an AL West title. But then the Angels took charge.
The Rangers will be without Josh Hamilton following left knee surgery, though there is some hope he will return before the end of the season.
Hockey tradition meets baseball in Toronto after Encarnacion's three-homer, nine-RBI game in romp against Tigers.
Shaking off the unlikely Dodgers' loss Tuesday night, Heath Cummings demonstrates a needed short memory by going back to them Wednesday.
The starting pitching market looked a bit thin a week ago, but as we approach the July 31, sellers market could convert to a buyers market before the MLB trade deadline.
Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto is currently the best pitcher on the trade market and has plenty of suitors. Read more on Cueto, the Mets' targets, the Brewers selling and plenty of other MLB trade buzz.
Putting aside Andrew Heaney outperforming Matt Harvey, Heath Cummings is going back to an expensive ace with Jacob deGrom plus less expensive Indians at Coors Field.

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