Dave Shovein examines the sad news on Julio Urias, Alex Wood's continued dominance and several veterans getting the axe in Saturday's Dose.
KANSAS CITY—John Gibbons beforehand: “There's no crying in baseball.” J.A. Happ afterwards: “This game can rip your heart out and tonight was one of those nights.” In between, a stalwart effort from Happ — should have been his third W in a row — disintegrated into bullpen ashes, a 4-1 Toronto ninth-inning
Eddie Matz covers the Washington Nationals and the world of Major League Baseball for ESPN.com. WASHINGTON -- After 20 games in 20 days, the last thing Bryce Harper wanted to do was work overtime. “I definitely wanted to end the game,” said Harper, who led off the ninth inning of a 5-5 tie Friday night