The first career Southern League start for Double-A Birmingham’s Carson Fulmer began perfectly Friday. It was literally perfect, as the top White Sox prospect per MLBPipeline.com retired seven in a row over the first 2 1/3 innings. Then, things went a little off line.
Tigers catcher James McCann left Monday’s 7-4 loss to the Pirates after a collision at first base.
Outfielder Cameron Maybin and reliever Alex Wilson are migrating north for the final step in their Minor League rehab assignments. The Tigers will transfer their assignments from Class A Lakeland to Triple-A Toledo, where the Mud Hens open a two-game series against Indianapolis on Tuesday night.
The Pirates roughed up Justin Verlander for seven runs on 10 hits over 4 1/3 innings, then withstood a Tigers rally in the later innings for a 7-4 win Monday afternoon at Comerica Park.
The Rangers have called up outfielder Nomar Mazara and catcher Brett Nicholas from Triple-A Round Rock and placed Robinson Chirinos and outfielder Shin-Soo Choo on the disabled list.
Fenway Park opens its doors for a 105th season of baseball on Monday afternoon, as the Red Sox host the Orioles for the start of a three-game series between American League East rivals.
The Mariners have been trouble for the Rangers lately, beyond taking two of three last week in Arlington.
A’s ace Sonny Gray makes his second start of the year when the Angels arrive in Oakland for the start of a three-game series on Monday, with game time set for 7:05 p.m. PT.
They’re the kind of mistakes that drive Astros manager A.J. Hinch mad, but they’re also the kind of mistakes that can be fixed. And Hinch promised following a sloppy 3-2 loss to the Brewers on Sunday afternoon at Miller Park that his team will tighten up things.
After a season-opening road trip that saw them go 0-6, the Twins are hoping heading home to Target Field can give them a much-needed jump-start to their season. Right-hander Kyle Gibson gets the nod in the home opener on Monday at 3:10 p.m. CT and opposes White Sox lefty Jose Quintana, who saw his start […]
Just when it looked as if it couldn’t get any worse for the Twins after an 0-5 start to the season, they lost in even more heartbreaking fashion Sunday. They were three outs away from their first win, only to see closer Glen Perkins blow his first save chance in an eventual 4-3 loss in […]