Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow set the table for the MLB playoffs, starting with the wild-card round Tuesday (Twins at Yankees) and Wednesday (Rockies at Diamondbacks). They also look at World Series futures and give predictions – both like the Washington Nationals in the Series, but against different foes with differing outcomes.
Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow take an updated look at the playoff picture heading into the regular season’s final weekend. The Minnesota Twins clinched the final opening in the AL postseason – though the Red Sox and Yankees still must settle the East title – while the National League’s final spot is down to the Colorado Rockies and Milwaukee Brewers.
Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow analyze the wild-card races heading into the season’s final 10 days, with four American League teams battling for the last spot behind the New York Yankees and three in the National League vying for the final berth behind the Arizona Diamondbacks. Also, should teams do more to protect fans from foul balls?
Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow discuss the latest baseball headlines and some early potential trade possibilities, with several teams eyeing Tampa Bay Rays ace Chris Archer. Meantime, the Minnesota Twins and Cleveland Indians embark on a key four-game AL Central series, and they preview the College World Series that opens this weekend.
Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow ask where all the good hitters have gone, as they break down the latest headlines and division-by-division news. This week’s focus is on the American League Central, where the surprising Minnesota Twins share the division lead with the Cleveland Indians as the teams enter this weekend’s series.
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AL Central: The Kansas City Royals parlayed a wild-card spot into a World Series berth last year, and now should end Detroit’s four-year run at the top of the division.