Today is the Trade Deadline. When the season first started, there was a lot of hope for several teams. With approximately 53 games left of the season; what teams made a move?
New York Yankees v Red Sox were in London for a two game series this past weekend. When it comes to these two teams matching up; there is always a lot of excitement worldwide.
MLB Opening Day is today, March 28, 2019. Although the Seattle Mariners and Oakland Athletics played a two game series in Japan on March 20th; opening day is officially today.
So last night, the Red Sox win captured their fourth World Series title in fifteen years at Dodgers Stadium. First and foremost, David Price pitched for the third time in five games.
The Boston Red Sox won the ALCS against the Houston Astros late Thursday night. To read more, check out our Boston Red Sox Win ALCS 4 – 1 post.
Red Sox eliminate Yankees in the American League Divisional Playoff series last night. Since this was the Red Sox and Yankees first postseason meeting since 2004; MLB fans were exited to see these two rivals matched up. To read more about this series, visit our Yankees Red Sox Postseason 2018 post.
Postseason is underway for 2018. After the Yankees won the wild card game, they moved onto face the Boston Red Sox in the American League Divisional playoffs. To read more about the wild card match-up, be sure sure to check-out our Wild Card American League October 2018 post.
For the third straight year, the Red Sox clinch the American League East. However, what was surprising as this happened in New York. With the Yankees being one of the Red Sox’s biggest rivalries in baseball; it was a big deal that this happened in New York’s backyard.
Red Sox sweep the Yankees in a four game sweep that ended in the wee hours of this morning. Since this was the fourth meeting between the two teams; and both teams have the best record in the MLB, I expected to see an exciting series.
With the non-waiver trade deadline approaching tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. let’s take a look at some of the acquisitions that have already happened. Although the non-waiver deadline is tomorrow, a player can still be traded after the deadline, if placed on waivers.