Month: April 2017

Cueto, Kershaw open rivalry series on MLB.TV

Cueto, Kershaw open rivalry series on MLB.TV

April was full of surprises, improbable comebacks, incredible individual performances and unforgettable moments, but with more than five months to go, some of the best is yet to come. It all starts Monday, with an exciting slate of 11 games, highlighted by Clayton Kershaw and Johnny Cueto dueling it out at Dodger Stadium in the nightcap, streaming live on MLB.TV.
Cueto, Kershaw open rivalry series on MLB.TV
Source: MLB

Shootaround (April 30): Boston Celtics, Washington Wizards ready for intense East semifinals

Shootaround (April 30): Boston Celtics, Washington Wizards ready for intense East semifinals

No. 1: Celtics look to control emotions against Wizards — The Celtics and Wizards tip off their East semifinals series today in Boston, and after the two teams had several tough battles in the regular season, splitting their four-game series, expectations are that this may be a physical series between the two teams. As Chris Forsberg writes for ESPN, the Celtics say they’ll need to control their emotions in this series and play the style of basketball that earned them the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference:
Shootaround (April 30): Boston Celtics, Washington Wizards ready for intense East semifinals
Source: NBA

Reynolds wrap: Rockies rally to top D-backs

Reynolds wrap: Rockies rally to top D-backs

Mark Reynolds had a home run and a two-run single with two outs in the ninth inning to lead a three-run inning as the Rockies topped the D-backs. Jake Lamb hit the longest home run of the season (481 feet) and Brandon Drury and Jeff Mathis also went deep to support Zack Greinke, who struck out nine. Alexi Amarista, Reynolds and Trevor Story all went deep for Colorado.
Reynolds wrap: Rockies rally to top D-backs
Source: MLB