During Spring Training, I sat down with Jered Weaver to do an interview for the Padres’ podcast. We were discussing the importance of Weaver’s presence in the clubhouse around the young pitchers assembled by the Padres.
The Giants kept Giancarlo Stanton in the ballpark on Wednesday afternoon, but they weren’t able to contain Tomas Telis, who drove in three runs and scored another in the Marlins’ 8-1 victory over the Giants at Marlins Park.
Final/11: ¡Howie Kendrick conecta GRAN SLAM y #LosNacionales vencen 6-2 a los Gigantes! Numeritos: https://t.co/k8rAoT0xS5 pic.twitter.com/MBvt8NiHvy — Los Nacionales (@losnacionales) August 14, 2017 Howie Kendrick will remember his first career grand slam for a long time – mostly because it let him go home and go to sleep. The Washington Nationals and San Francisco Giants […]
The Braves put an end to their five-game skid and the Cardinals’ eight-game winning streak on Sunday, as R.A. Dickey silenced a St. Louis offense that had scored at least six runs in its last seven games to take a 6-3 victory at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals staged a comeback attempt in the eighth, loading […]
Ryan Braun and Eric Thames continued to torment the Reds before a wild pitch put the Brewers over the top.
Cruising into the seventh inning Thursday during one of his best starts of the season, Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom departed when a Nick Williams liner struck him flush in the upper right arm, resulting in a right triceps contusion. X-rays taken during the game were negative.
Reds prospect José Siri was not pleased about his eighth inning walk. (Screenshot via Chris Thompson on YouTube) Cincinnati Reds prospect José Siri’s record-setting 39-game hit streak came to an end Friday night in a game against the Great Lakes Loons. Normally, we would congratulate Siri and move on, but there’s a lot more to […]
After extending his hitting streak in his final at-bat in two straight games, Jose Siri was unable to repeat the feat once more on Friday. The Reds’ No. 24 prospect went 0-for-3 and drew a controversial walk in his final trip to the plate for Class A Dayton, snapping his Midwest League-record 39-game hitting streak.
The White Sox managed only four hits Sunday afternoon, but they made them count, and the final one set off an on-field celebration. Matt Davidson belted a two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning to send Chicago to a 3-1 walk-off win over the Indians at Guaranteed Rate Field.
It took a 9-8 walk-off victory in the 10th inning by the Red Sox to at last cool off the Royals, who saw their winning streak end at nine games on Saturday night at Fenway Park.
A short start for Astros right-hander Mike Fiers led to a chain of events that ultimately resulted in a 9-0 loss to the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday night.
During the offseason, Travis Wood and the Padres were on the fringe of a deal that would’ve brought left-hander to San Diego. He opted for Kansas City instead. Four months later, Wood arrived in the Padres’ clubhouse one day after the six-player swap that sent Trevor Cahill, Ryan Buchter and Brandon Maurer to Kansas City.