The Red Sox have been eliminated from postseason contention. An awful lot went wrong in 2015, yet their future still looks bright.
The David Price blockbuster trade was built basically in a day, but the deadline double really began way back in the winter when Alex Anthopoulos first called Colorado to propose a swap of big-name shortstops.
The Yankees lost to the Blue Jays on Friday, scoring just one run in the 10-inning loss. They've scored four runs total in their last three games thanks in part to two knuckleball pitchers.
The Pirates won for the 13th time in 16 games on Sunday. That story and lots more is covered in this edition of Eye on MLB, aka The Eye.
Are you concerned about Matt Harvey after his last start? Is Cole Hamels the safer play? Our Heath Cummings dives into the pitchers and hitters to target in your daily lineup for Friday.
Top prospect Eduardo Rodriguez will make a spot start for the Red Sox Thursday. Scott White considers adding him even knowing he'll be one-and-done.
Did you let Rusney Castillo slip off your radar screen? How about slugging Jon Singleton? Scott White says you better do some recalibrating.
The Marlins hit rock bottom on Sunday when they were nearly no-hit and fired manager Mike Redmond. You can find that story and much more in today's Eye on MLB post.
Two former AL Cy Young award winners squared off in Cleveland on Saturday. The Tigers and David Price got the best of Corey Kluber and the Indians to improve to 5-0.
At 6 hours, 49 minutes, it was the longest game by time in Red Sox history. After Chase Headley tied the score with a home run in the bottom of the ninth, Boston went ahead three times in extra innings, taking a lead for the final time on a sacrifice fly by Mookie Betts.

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