Today's MLB News
Some of the top pitchers in the game are having lost seasons in 2014 due to having Tommy John surgery, and increasing epidemic in the baseball world.
Last month Matt Harvey talked the Mets into letting him do his Tommy John elbow surgery rehab
News of a pitcher retiring slipped under the radar for most folks yesterday. Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reported that Joe Blanton decided to retire. While no official announcement has been made, Blanton has spent the 2014
In his career, Ike Davis has played 450 games, starting 404 of them – or 89.8 percent. That number grows lower by the day as the Mets continue to use him in his new role this year as a
The Adrian Gonzalez of old is back, as he has homered in four straight ballgames entering today.
Manny Machado is scheduled to run sprints for the first time in Sarasota, Florida today. While there is no timetable for Machado’s return, it’s probable that we’re looking at early- to mid-May before he is playing for the Orioles.
The 2014 Chicago White Sox are the antithesis of last season’s squad; they are brash, energetic and the offense is full of the never-say-die attitude that was largely missing from the team that went 63-99 in 2013. Of course,
Clayton Kershaw took the mound yesterday for the first time since being placed on the disabled
Last night, Carlos Beltran played first base for the first time in his career against the Boston Red Sox. With Jeter dealing with quad issues and Francisco Cervelli falling to a pulled hamstring, Girardi’s only other option was to
Reds Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia has been fighting a sore wrist for the past ten days