Music has been a constant companion to the Phillies the first week of camp. That will not change.
Injuries cost Reds starting pitcher Anthony DeSclafani a large chunk of his 2016 season and all of ’17. But far from the Major League mound, in instructional league games in Arizona, DeSclafani was able to finish up strong. He feels he will be ready for ’18.
Not many backup catchers in the history of baseball can say they played behind not one, but two Hall of Famers.
Athleticism has been lacking in the A’s organization, an attribute that is often associated with the majority of successful ballclubs. To that end, Oakland has carefully curated trades to address these needs.
The Pirates are getting a long look at catcher Elias Diaz this month, starting the rookie in 12 of their final 14 games. While the Bucs believe more consistent playing time will benefit Diaz as they look toward next season, some of his most important work takes place between games.
Slugger Albert Pujols showed signs of breaking out his extended slump on Friday night, collecting three hits and driving in two runs to help the Angels secure a 6-5 comeback win over the Mariners at Safeco Field. Pujols, who entered Friday batting .136 over his last 15 games, delivered a two-run single to fuel the […]
Jose Ramirez has been one of the most productive members of the Indians’ lineup this season, but his versatility has proved nearly as valuable.
No one could have imagined a couple of months ago that Mike Fiers would emerge as the Astros’ most consistent starting pitcher entering the second half of the season, rescuing a Houston rotation besieged by injury.
When Brandon Maurer has struggled in his three seasons since joining the Padres, it’s often attributable to his slider. When he’s had success, it’s generally for the same reason. Maurer’s slider is undoubtedly his make-or-break pitch, and over the past three weeks it’s been filthy. Needless to say, success has followed.
The Tigers simply outslugged the White Sox in the first two games of their series at Comerica Park this past weekend. But on Sunday, they used astute baserunning to set up a 7-4 walk-off win.
A year ago, Dylan Bundy wasn’t even in the Orioles’ starting rotation. Now, it’s tough to imagine where they’d be without him.
Chris Tillman has waited a long time for this. Tillman, who was slowed all spring with right shoulder discomfort, made his season debut in Sunday’s 4-0 win over the White Sox, tossing five scoreless innings as the Orioles completed the three-game sweep at Camden Yards.