In the AL East, the Yankees are leading the pack,
while the Red Sox are still struggling to keep themselves out of last place. We take a look at how the baseball season is unfolding, and what to watch for in the coming months.
The worst regular season collapse in baseball history is complete, and
even noted Red Sox fan Stephen King could not have written its ending in
a more horrifying fashion.
Your Say: How does this collapse measure up?
From Little League to the Majors, Bruce Springsteen’s hit "Glory
Days" has long been a staple at ballparks across the country. The largely autobiographical
song has left baseball and Springsteen fans alike wondering if the pitcher featured in the song was a real guy. Now, it appears, they have an
answer: Joe DePugh of Stowe.
Red Sox injuries, Yankees dominance and a raft of no-hitters have punctuated the season so far. Our panel of baseball experts looks at how the season is progressing and what to expect in the second half.