Whether he’s providing an in-depth explanation of tea or engaging in a lengthy conversation on the intricacies of growing grapes for wine, Cardinals reliever John Brebbia is good to have around in the clubhouse.
Bullpen carts are viewed as a potential answer to the pace of play problem
As the busses warmed up outside on a chilly Thursday morning for the start of 2018 Reds Caravan, the group realized the patience it has preached to fans out on the road in recent years won’t be as bountiful after four straight losing seasons.
Asked about how his sessions with outfielder Jason Heyward were going in Arizona, new Cubs hitting coach Chili Davis offered to show some videos. Apparently, the workouts are going very well.
Jay Bruce is apparently returning to the Mets on a free-agent contract
Neshek and the Phillies are closing on a two-year contract
Larry Rothschild will return as the Yankees’ pitching coach in 2018, regardless of who is hired as the club’s new manager, a source told MLB.com on Monday. The club has not confirmed.
Shohei Otani is inching closer and closer to a career in Major League Baseball. (AP Photo) With the World Series in the rearview, it’s free agent time in baseball. And there’s just one free agent this offseason that will command everyone’s attention: the elite pitching and slugging Japanese superstar Shohei Otani. Back in September, reports […]
Rosalyn Wyman, the woman who brought Major League Baseball to California and therefore this 113th World Series to Dodger Stadium, soaked in the pregame atmosphere behind the Dodgers’ dugout and recalled how it all happened.
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The Diamondbacks achieved something on Wednesday that no team has in over 100 years
There have been other natural disasters since Hurricane Harvey, of course. The attention of the country and the world have shifted their attention to other places, other disasters, which seem to come, out of the earth and out of the sky, with a frightening regularity. But in Houston, the recovery goes on.