Meet the Mets! Meet the Mets! Step right up and beat the Mets!
North of the border, the Jays can mash.
Who is the dominant force in the American League now?
The Royals have a good chance at winning this series because its ALWAYS OCTOBER.
Let's wrap things up for October.
Both teams have a playoff spot locked up, but this could be an October preview.
The Royals have to avoid a hangover and finish the season strong for home field advantage
Just like everyone predicted.
Here we are with two weeks to go and Detroit is done. Wow.
Chessmaster Buck Showalter has run out of moves.
Last weekend was just three games, but the losing needs to end now.
You catch the ball. You throw the ball.
We thought this might be a big series.
Expect small crowds for the Royals this weekend.
But these O's ain't Royal.
Its a very different team that won it all in 2013, with more change coming.
Johnny Cueto and John Lamb will get to see their former mates, but neither is scheduled to pitch
After this weekend, its all smooth sailing.
Detroit is not the scary division rival they once were.
The White Sox have played better lately, but are still a team the Royals should beat.
The Royals and Tigers seemed like world-beaters in April. What happened in Detroit?
The Royals and Jays both made some waves in the days up to the trade deadline.
Cleveland was a pre-season darling, but now sit in last place. What happened?
We may find out who is the "dominant force in the league" this weekend.
The teams make up their rained out game from June 14
The Pirates and Royals used to be the poor laughingstocks of baseball. No more.
Trips to Chicago can be dangerous, but hopefully the Royals stick to baseball.
The Blue Jays have the best run differential in the league, but are just above .500.
The All-Star break can't come soon enough for these two teams
Those pesky Twins won't go away quite yet.
The two best teams in the league meet at the end of June - Royals and Astros, just like everyone predicted.
So....we gonna fight or what?
Grass Creek is as good as ours!
Robbie Ray refuses to lose Former teammates Luke Weaver and Robbie Ray had a national anthem standoff today, and the umps had to get involved.(via @MLB) pic.twitter.com/DmyodEKN7X— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) September 25, 2022
Robbie Ray refuses to lose Former teammates Luke Weaver and Robbie Ray had a national anthem standoff today, and the umps had to get involved.(via @MLB) pic.twitter.com/DmyodEKN7X