‘This one’s for Joe’ as Yankees win Game 5

By: Team Red Zone | 7 days ago

The Yankees were able to grind out yet another win on Wednesday night and New York third baseman Todd Frazier said that the motivation for the American League Division Series-clinching 5-2 win over the Cleveland Indians was right there in the dugout. Frazier said: “This one is for Joe,” talking about embattled Yankees manager Joe

The Red Sox part company with John Farrell

By: Team Red Zone | 1 week ago

It’s the end of the road for John Farrell. The Boston Red Sox announced on Wednesday that Farrell would not be returning as the team’s manager for the 2018 season. Farrell has spent five seasons at Boston as the manager. He won the World Series in 2013, his first year with the club by the

Joe Girardi explains his non-challenge call

By: Team Red Zone | 2 weeks ago

Joe Girardi has finally explained what he was thinking during Friday night’s extra-innings loss to the Cleveland Indians in Game 2 of the ALDS. The big question, why he did not challenge a critical call in the sixth inning? The Yankees head coach made two very questionable calls in the sixth inning prior to Francisco

The Yankees troll The Indians on twitter ahead of ALDS

By: Team Red Zone | 2 weeks ago

There’s a good feeling in New York right now. The Yankees sitting pretty off a comeback win in a thrilling American League Wild Card play-in game and relishing the thought of game one against the AL’s top dog in the Cleveland Indians. In a sly move ahead of last nights ALDS Game 1 between the

The Cubs to lead off with Kyle Hendricks

By: Team Red Zone | 2 weeks ago

Chicago are back in the playoffs and right-hander Kyle Hendricks is scheduled to hit the mound as the starter for the Cubs against the Nationals in Friday’s Game 1 of the National League Division Series, Cubs manager Joe Maddon said on Wednesday. Hendricks will start and then will be followed in order by left-handers Jon

C.C. Sabathia talks of pitching in 2018

By: Team Red Zone | 2 weeks ago

New York Yankees’ veteran left-hander C.C. Sabathia has reportedly told of his plans to continue his career in 2018. The impending free agent who is now 37-years-old might well have taken the mound as a Yankee pitcher for the last time on Saturday, a game in which he tossed 5 2/3 shutout innings of four-hit,

Chris Sale’s all geared up for ACLS Game One

By: Team Red Zone | 2 weeks ago

If the Red Sox lost Saturday, their pitching number one Chris Sale would have been on the mound Sunday. What would that have meant? First of all, needing the teams ace to return to the field and put in one more regular season start would have meant that Sale would have to be pushed back