Free-agent first baseman Mark Reynolds, who hit .267 with 30 home runs and 97 RBIs for the Rockies in 2017, spoke to MLB.com about his free agent status from his home in Virginia on Friday.
There have been no shortage of expectations heaped upon 19-year-old Fernando Tatis Jr. in the past year. According to MLB Pipeline, he’s the No. 8 prospect in baseball, the second-ranked shortstop and among the top Padres prospects.
On the daily schedule board in the far corner of the Padres clubhouse, there’s a list of each day’s activities organized into groups. Beneath the scheduled bullpen sessions and workout plans, a short 20-minute segment is blocked off for a handful of relievers. “Trevor Time,” the caption says.
Robbie Ray had a fantastic season in 2017, despite allowing the highest hard-hit rate of any starter. With a humidor coming to Arizona in 2018, how much could he be helped?
Dodgers pitcher Alex Wood threw off a mound on Friday after having X-rays taken of a slight ankle sprain, and rookie Walker Buehler returned to action after undergoing medical tests a day earlier.
The Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks, @LosDbacks) will celebrate their 20th anniversary all season long with a series of events and online opportunities that will allow fans to look back at the franchise’s first 20 years while focusing on the next generation of fans and players. An online vote to determine the D-backs All-Time Team launched today […]
The Rockies left-hander has found his place as a relief pitcher who can be called upon regardless of the situation.
Rockies outfielder Raimel Tapia added some muscle this offseason, but says it hasn’t come at the expense of his impressive speed.
The Dodgers will mark the 30th anniversary of the 1988 World Series championship Opening Week by partnering with World Series hero Kirk Gibson in the fight against Parkinson’s disease.
Anytime someone insists that left-handers are born, not made, invoke the saga of Ty Blach. The Giants’ lefty is a natural righty. He does everything right-handed — eating, playing golf, swinging a bat and throwing a football. Everything, that is, except pitch.
Hector Sanchez said on Thursday that two other teams expressed interest in him as a Minor League free-agent acquisition. Once the Giants contacted him, however, any discussion ended regarding which club he might select.