Welcome to The Walk Off, the nightly MLB recap from Big League Stew. Here we’ll look at the top performers of the night, show you a must-see highlight and rundown the scoreboard. First, we start with a game you need to know about. There were many notable
Major League Baseball just announced the postseason schedule and, as it has the past couple of years, if it features a World Series Game 6 or 7, they will be played in November, though the schedule has been moved up two days from where it was last year. The schedule breaks down thusly: Last day of regular season: October 2 AL Wild Card Game: October 4; NL Wild Card Game: October 5; Both ALDS: begin on October 6 — Game 5s, if necessary, October 12; Both NLDS: begin on October 7 — Game 5s, if necessary, October 13; ALCS: begins October 14 — Game 7, if necessary, October 22; NLCS: begins October 15 — Game 7, if necessary, October 23; World Series dates Game 1: October 25 (AL City) Game 2: October
Once Tebow was drafted and he struggled as a signal-caller – he couldn’t make decisions quick enough and he was inaccurate – the calls for him to switch positions, or maybe try his hand in the Canadian Football League, only grew louder. Tebow spent training camp with the New England Patriots in 2013 and the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015, but the 2010 first-round pick hasn’t played a meaningful snap in the league since 2012. On Tuesday, multiple reporters tweeted that Tebow will hold a showcase in Los Angeles on Aug. 30, and there’s enough curiosity in what the now-29-year-old Tebow can do that more than 20 Major League Baseball teams are confirmed to be sending personnel to watch the workout.