12:56 AM EDT, Tue October 25, 2016
National League Rumors & News
Chicago Cubs Blog | ESPN Chicago 12 hours ago
ESPN's experts make their World Series picks
Padres Blog | San Diego Union-Tribune 13 hours ago
As agonizing as their World Series droughts have been, the Cubs and Indians at least count four championships between them – two each, actually. One of those franchises will ease their fans’ pain this fall, while the misery will drone on and on and on for others.
Eagle Eye | CSN Philly 14 hours ago
Forced to grow up quickly and become the man of the house, Sixers roster hopeful Brandon Paul is used to challenges. Will he survive final cuts? By Jessica Camerato
CSN Philly 15 hours ago
Jillian Mele recaps the headlines from this weekend, including the Eagles getting the win over the Vikings and Nerlens Noel expected out 3-5 weeks after left knee surgery.
CSN Philly 15 hours ago
During the week, Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz said he thought defensive end Connor Barwin could benefit from less snaps during games. Thats exactly what happened
MASN Sports 16 hours ago
Drew Ward hitting well after two weeks in Arizona Fall League, plus more updates
Newark Star-Ledger 16 hours ago
Here's a look at where things stand with the Mets' second basemen.
CSN Chicago 16 hours ago
Matt Kenseth advanced to the Round of 8 after missing out on it last year.
The more things have changed for the Dodgers, the more they have stayed the same. Two years ago, they hired Andrew Friedman as president of baseball operations. Everything about the way the front office does business has changed since. The player...
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The scent of fermented grapes wafted through a corridor outside the Dodgers clubhouse as Saturday night approached Sunday morning. The odor emanated from Cubs General Manager Jed Hoyer, who was soaked to the bone with champagne as he approached Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers’ president of baseball...
Los Angeles Times Oct 23, 2016
What a long, strange journey it’s been. When the Dodgers first occupied a diamond this season, on a warm April afternoon in San Diego, 16 players appeared in the game. When the Dodgers last occupied a diamond, on a chilly Saturday night in Chicago, half of those players weren’t even on the active...
CSN Chicago Oct 23, 2016
Brad Keselowski lost his engine after leading 90 laps at Talladega.