Former teammates Jose Fernandez and Nathan Eovaldi were bringing the heat on Friday night, each showcasing explosive fastballs at Marlins Park. But the Yankees were able to rally in the tightly pitched game on Lane Adams’ go-ahead two-run homer in the ninth for a 3-2 victory.
MLB.com discussed the upcoming season with Marlins radio play-by-play voice Glenn Geffner, who provided his insights into what fans should expect this year.
Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez did not officially say Jhoulys Chacin and Daniel Winkler would be on the Opening Day roster. But after watching the two right-handers make yet another good impression during Friday’s 2-2 tie with the Rays, he acknowledged that both have done all they could to earn a spot.
Though it has become a little easier to project who might be part of Atlanta’s pitching staff on Opening Day, the Braves are still looking for some external left-handed relief options and also debating which backup outfielder should fill the last available roster spot for a position player.
Following a season marked by disappointment and turmoil, the Nationals enter 2016 with a reshaped roster and a new, but highly experienced, skipper. Most of all, Washington carries a clean slate into Monday’s opener against the Braves in Atlanta, where first pitch is scheduled for 4:10 p.m. ET. All-Star right-hander Max Scherzer is set to […]
In a World Series rematch, Matt Harvey and the Mets meet Edinson Volquez and the Royals on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball.
Logan Forsythe’s sacrifice fly accounted for the only run Jhoulys Chacin surrendered while strengthening his bid for a spot in Atlanta’s starting rotation as the Braves and the split-squad Rays played to a 2-2 tie Friday afternoon at ESPN’s Wide World of Sports complex.
Just so nobody gets the wrong idea, John Schuerholz plans to stick around both the Braves and baseball for a while. So let’s review the Schuerholz-inspired impact on the Braves after this former Royals GM joined what was a struggling organization in the standings for years before the 1991 season.
On a weekend when the Phillies are showcasing the best and the brightest of their farm system, Tommy Joseph is a blast from the past.
Given the oddity of his current opportunity, it was only fitting that Drew Stubbs’ first official day with the Braves’ organization began with a cross-country flight, followed by extra batting practice before his two-hour drive to Sarasota to begin what is essentially a three-day audition for a spot on Atlanta’s Opening Day roster.
Manager Pete Mackanin on Thursday said the Phillies will wait until the last possible moment to finalize their Opening Day roster.
Manager Pete Mackanin was discussing what his lineup might look like when the Phillies open the regular season against the Reds on Monday at Great American Ball Park. The conversation occurred before Thursday night’s 19-4 exhibition win.