Chris Sale was at his very best -- right down to his momentous last pitch -- in another meaningful victory for the Boston Red Sox. Sale struck out 13 to become the first AL pitcher in 18 years to reach the 300 mark, and Boston moved to the brink of clinching a playoff berth by beating the Baltimore Orioles 9-0 on Wednesday night. Sale (17-7) reached the milestone on his 111th and final pitch, a called third strike against Ryan Flaherty to end the eighth inning.
This weekend is your last chance to win access to some of the best seats in Citi field, along with free food and beverage - and all it takes are the keys to your Honda. Saturday & Sunday at Citi Field, a few lucky fans will have their seats upgraded to the Honda Clubhouse, located in right field at field level. They will enjoy an unparalleled view of the game from their own corner of Citi Field and unlimited food and beverage. So how do you enter? It's simple. Just snap a pic of your (or your friend's! Or your dad's! Or your chiropractor's! Whoever's!) Honda keys during the game, post it to your Instagram or Twitter, hashtagging #keystotheclubhouse, and you and a friend could be selected for
The Mets have two veteran infielders who are having good second halves -- Jose Reyes and Asdrubal Cabrera. With the way the roster is currently constructed, one of them will probably find himself with the team next year, possibly even with a starting role. Which one has the better case? Asdrubal Cabrera