First baseman Luke Voit and catcher Carson Kelly, both of whom are spending the offseason in St. Louis, joined members of the Cardinals organization to help with the sixth annual holiday event. For seven hours, volunteers collected donations that will be distributed to various charities throughout the month.
The Phillies announced the hiring of ex-MLB player and current Dodgers' front office member Gabe Kapler as their new manager on Monday, in a move that attracted support from much of the sabermetric community. Across baseball, to sum it up, responses to the Phillies' hiring of Kapler ranged from
After six years in Detroit as a super-utility player and a post-retirement tryout as a scout and instructor, Don Kelly has been promoted to the Tigers’ Major League scouting staff. He was one of three additions to the scouting roster announced Friday as part of a bolstering of the Tigers’ baseball operations department.
With the Twins celebrating the 30th anniversary of their first World Series title this weekend, the organization officially unveiled a statue outside of Target Field honoring long-time manager Tom Kelly, who guided them to World Series championships in ’87 and ’91.
Carson Kelly, the top catching prospect in baseball as ranked by MLBPipeline.com, has been called up by the Cardinals for the first time in 2017 as part of a series of roster moves the club made Friday prior to its series opener against the rival Cubs at Wrigley Field.
The evasive spark the Phillies have been in search of may have come from the unlikeliest of places in Thursday night’s emotional 1-0 win against one of the baseball’s most ascendant pitchers.
103.5 mph.@JosephKellyJr is not holding back AT ALL. pic.twitter.com/qw37GOdr0t — MLB (@MLB) June 7, 2017 No pitcher in baseball had thrown a pitch harder than 102.2 mph in 2017 until Tuesday night. With New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge at the plate, Boston Red Sox reliever Joe Kelly threw a 103.5-mph fastball – beating the […]
The Philadelphia Phillies placed reliever Jeanmar Gomez on the 10-day disabled list with a right elbow impingement (retroactive to Saturday) and recalled utility man Ty Kelly from Triple-A Lehigh Valley to take his place on the 25-man roster, the club announced Tuesday.
Ty Kelly’s latest home is Philly.
The Phillies acquired utility man Ty Kelly from the Blue Jays in exchange for cash considerations, Philadelphia announced on Saturday afternoon. To make room for Kelly on the 40-man roster, the Phillies moved right-hander Clay Buchholz to the 60-day disabled list.
Although Yadier Molina’s contract extension sealed his fit with the Cardinals for the next four seasons, it also cast uncertainty over where Carson Kelly will find his.