Diamondbacks pitcher Zac Gallen on Arizona’s run to the World Series: “It’s a whole new era of D’backs baseball, as far as I’m concerned. I can’t wait to see where things go next.”
Adam Wainwright pens a thank you letter to the St. Louis Cardinals: “You were there with me every pitch.”
The Players’ Tribune was there as 10 teams from the U.S. and 10 more from countries around the world laced up their cleats for the Little League World Series.
Gleyber Torres’ style is flow with flow. ?The Yankees infielder talks about the values of love, legacy, and fashion that he learned from his dad.
Tyler Austin pens a letter to his BayStars Family: If everything comes together, I truly believe we have the makings of a championship caliber team for the next few years.
Laars Nootbaar is so happy to be playing for the St. Louis Cardinals: “Playing for a historic franchise, in front of the best fans in the league, with guys like Nolan and Goldy and Waino? I couldn’t imagine anything better.”
Austin Riley shares his thoughts ahead of the Atlanta Braves home opener: “The only thing that matters now is how we work and get better and do everything in our power to go back to the World Series.”
Julio Rodríguez pens a letter to Seattle Mariners fans: “When you find something good? Something you love? Hold on to it. Don’t let it go.”
To read in English, click here. No voy a comenzar con una historia de cuento de hadas. La vida no siempre es así. Quiero empezar con algo REAL. Comencemos con
Querida San Francisco, Esta noche tengo que hacer algo por una última vez —algo que ha sido uno de los más grandes honores en mi vida: tengo que ponerme el jersey de los Gigantes. Pero antes de que tenga que hacerlo, quiero escribir esta carta y compartir
Sergio Romo says thank you to the San Francisco Giants: “This place means so much to me, in so many different ways. And it represents a lot of things I’ve never taken for granted about my baseball journey.”
Willson Contreras will be playing for the St. Louis Cardinals: “This is truly going to be one of the great honors of my entire life.”
Nestor Cortés and the New York Yankees are ready for the playoffs: “I’m convinced we’re about to do something special over these next few weeks.”
Kelsie Whitmore on playing baseball: “This has been a real journey. To get to this point. It’s not been smooth sailing, that’s for sure.”
Jason Heyward thanks the Chicago Cubs: “Playing ball for the Cubs, doing what I love at Wrigley Field, it really was a dream job for me.”
One of the most beloved players in Giants history, Buster Posey is celebrated in the upcoming book, 28: A Photographic Tribute to Buster Posey.
Harrison Bader says goodbye to the St. Louis Cardinals: “The support I felt from the fans in St. Louis, it always meant the world to me.”
Four little letters. That’s all it was. Four letters, typed in all-caps, at the end of a tweet. Spur of the moment.
Adam Jones on his next chapter: “I feel incredibly lucky. I gave every day my all. And it’s been a hell of a run.”
Bobby Witt Jr. hears messages from his family as he makes his MLB debut for the Kansas City Royals.
George Springer can’t wait to show out for the Toronto Blue Jays: “Everything just feels right about this team.”
Derek Jeter joins the Knuckleheads podcast.
Former Red Sox pitcher Pedro Martinez reflects on Game 5 of the 1999 ALDS.
Brandon Crawford pens a tribute to his San Francisco Giants teammate Buster Posey: “He was like the walking embodiment of the San Francisco Giants.”