A scorching hot start to the 2014 season had Milwaukee Brewers fans excited about the prospect of returning to the postseason. The team busted out of the gate to the tune of a 20-8 April, the best record in
Andrew Friedman used trades as a way to not only build the Rays into a winner but into perennial contenders from 2008-2013.
After being on the disabled list since August 4 with a strained oblique, Matt Garza is set to return to the Brewers rotation Wednesday.
Alex Cobb holds Brewers to a single run over eight innings in Rays 5-1 victory. Ben Zobrist homered and doubled driving in two runs.
Trades are a big deal for the Rays. Having a majors-high 15 players among their 25-man opening day roster acquired that way illustrates what seems obvious: Their chance for success depends on making good deals. Some have been big
Free agent pitcher Matt Garza and the Milwaukee Brewers have reached agreement on a four-year contract. Brewers owner Mark Attanasio made the announcement Sunday on stage during a question-and-answer session at a fan event. Attanasio says the contract still
The Milwaukee Brewers are looking to bolster their starting rotation with the addition of Matt Garza.
Is Masahiro Tanaka preventing other marquee free agent starting pitchers from getting signed?
Texas offered Atlanta Matt Garza, David Murphy and Joe Nathan for Justin Upton only to be nixed.
The Tampa Bay Rays opened their key four game series with the Texas Rangers by a final score of 6-2. The victory moves the Rays a full game ahead of the Rangers in the race for the top wild