Padres right-hander Carter Capps is done for the season after being placed on the 60-day disabled list with a blood clot on Tuesday. San Diego also announced that it selected the contract of right-hander Cory Mazzoni from Triple-A El Paso.
Detroit Tigers right-hander Justin Verlander downplayed his heated dugout exchange with teammate Victor Martinez during Thursday’s fight-filled game with the New York Yankees. In fact, he acted as if he were totally oblivious to it. “What are you talking about? Who? Me and Vic? I don’t know what you’re talking about,” Verlander told reporters Friday, […]
On June 27, the Padres will be asking their fans — and all San Diegans — to give a pint of themselves during the ballclub’s inaugural Padres Summer Blood Drive at Petco Park. One of the Padres who plans to be there during part of the drive is Matt Szczur. And the outfielder knows something […]
There is no name attached to the quote. There doesn’t need to be. The words speak for the thousands who over the years have benefited from donated blood.
The only thing Blue Jays starter Aaron Sanchez can do to nurse the blood blister on his right middle finger is wait.
Jeurys Familia could be back in 3-4 months after surgery to remove a blood clot in his shoulder
Eric Thames’ hit his league-leading 11th home run Tuesday, but he’s most likely leading baseball in drug tests, as well. Following Milwaukee‘s convincing 9-1 win over the Cincinnati Reds that saw the 30-year-old slugger become the first Brewers player to hit 11 home runs in April, Thames took part in a random drug test conducted […]
Ouch. Jacoby Jones hit with a 90mph heater right in the face…pic.twitter.com/rZ3eGXSAcq — Athlete Advisory™ (@AthleteAdvisory) April 23, 2017 Following a horrendous incident Saturday that saw Detroit Tigers outfielder JaCoby Jones get hit in the face by a 90-mph pitch, the 24-year-old rookie described what was going through his mind immediately after the fact. “I […]
Hall of Famer Lou Brock, who had part of his left leg amputated in 2015 due to complications from diabetes, is battling health issues again, the Cardinals announced on Thursday.
The Mets will host their annual blood drive from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Thursday in the Foxwoods Club at Citi Field.
The Indians have pushed the Blue Jays to the brink of elimination and are now one win away from advancing to the World Series. Not even Trevor Bauer’s right pinkie injury could slow them down on Monday night in Game 3.
The Rangers have surely not forgotten the bad blood between the two teams, which stemmed from Jose Bautista’s bat flip that signaled the end of the Rangers’ postseason run in Game 5 of last year’s American League Division Series. But they’re not willing to let extracurriculars get in the way of this year’s ALDS.