The highlight of James Shields’ start during Oakland’s 10-2 victory over the White Sox on Saturday afternoon at Guaranteed Rate Field came in the second inning when he picked up career strikeout No. 2,000.
Despite a dominant start by Indians ace Corey Kluber, Brian Dozier’s go-ahead solo home run in the eighth inning off Cody Allen proved to be the difference in the Twins’ 4-2 victory over the Indians on Saturday at Progressive Field.
By the time Jose Ramirez grabbed a bat and found his way to the batter’s box on Friday night, it was too late for the Indians. He came off the bench, rolled over a pitch for a game-ending groundout and that was that. The only fireworks that followed were of the planned postgame variety.
The Indians returned home as the American League Central leaders, but the Twins still plan on having a say in the race this summer. On Friday night, Minnesota lefty Adalberto Mejia quieted Cleveland’s recently scorching lineup, guiding the Twins to a 5-0 win at Progressive Field.
The Tigers fell to the San Diego Padres, 1-0, to extend their losing streak to a season-high seven games on Friday. But when deciphering what didn’t go right on a delightful night in San Diego, don’t look at the Tigers’ hard-throwing right-hander Michael Fulmer, who allowed one run in seven innings.
Whit Merrifield did some quick math before the bottom of the ninth began in the Royals’ 5-4 walk-off win over the Blue Jays on Friday night. Trailing 4-1 and Merrifield due up seventh, he knew if he was going to bat again, it would be with a chance to win the game — and that’s […]
This was not the ending that Chris Young and Royals general manager Dayton Moore wanted, although the right-hander appreciated that the news came in person. Young was designated for assignment on Friday, capping a 2 1/2-year stint with the club, which was highlighted by a 2015 World Series championship and an unforgettable parade through downtown […]
A pair of right-handers will face off in the middle of a three-game set between two American League Central foes, as Twins starter Kyle Gibson and Indians ace Corey Kluber will take the mound on Saturday at Progressive Field.
It was a Friday night in September 2008, with the White Sox playing at Kauffman Stadium. Or at least that’s how I remember it.
While Avisail Garcia is trying to put the final touches on an All-Star campaign in the big leagues, several members of the White Sox farm system enjoyed All-Star festivities of their own.
The easy way didn’t work for Texas Christian University at the 2016 College World Series, so now the Horned Frogs are trying the hard way.