The Giants and Lions open the season against each on Monday Night Football and both teams are at a crossroads this year.
Yankees-Red Sox in September isn’t what it used to be and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be what it once was anytime soon.
The Yankees’ three-game series in Detroit will likely serve as the turning point of their season one way or another after they spent the last week climbing out of their hole.
The Yankees have a chance to put away the Indians and make the second wild-card standings a little less crowded by ending Cleveland’s chances in the Bronx.
The Yankees and Red Sox haven’t played a meaningful summer series in a while, so I decided to talk to Mike Hurley of CBS Boston about the fading rivalry.
The Blue Jays are back to being relevant and are now another team the Yankees have to worry about in the postseason race.
The Reds’ season was spiraling out of control just three weeks, but now they are back in playoff contention. The Yankees need a similar run to save their own season.
The Yankees need to start winning and they need to start now. There’s no better place for that than a four-game series in Minnesota against the Twins.