It could have been a whole lot worse for Detroit Tigers southpaw Travis Wood. The 31-year-old, who joined the Tigers on a minor-league contract last month, almost came to camp without one of his fingers. He did arrive on Wednesday with both hands intact, but had a splint on his right hand thanks to a […]
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Derek Jeter doesn’t want people to lose sight of why athletes are kneeling. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz) Miami Marlins owner Derek Jeter became one of the few baseball executives to provide his stance on kneeling during the national anthem in October, saying he would be fine with players on his club taking part in the protest. […]
A 9-year-old Oakland Athletics fan penned a heartfelt letter to his favorite team recounting every baseball-loving kid’s worst nightmare — his entire collection of memorabilia was gone, lost when his burned down in the Northern California wildfires. And now the A’s and their fans are rallying to rebuild the young boy’s baseball memorabilia collection. It’s […]
The Yankees managed to erase a 2-0 series deficit and advance to the ALCS, which is great news for Yankees fans and even better news for Aaron Judge, who has a lot less attention on him today than he would if the Yankees had fallen last night. Even with the win, it's impossible to ignore […]
The Rangers hopes of reaching postseason for a third straight year all but vanished with their offense during their three-day weekend in the Bay Area. Barring a miracle, the Rangers will likely spend the final week of the season trying to salvage a winning record and avoid finishing in last place.
Keon Broxton might have offered the best description of the Brewers’ extended weekend against the Cubs when he called it “draining on our hearts.” But after three losses in four charged games all but dashed Milwaukee’s division hopes and forced their focus toward the National League Wild Card race, manager Craig Counsell refused to hang […]
If the Blue Jays' disappointing record continues to reside south of the break-even border in July, the window of this current, aging Jays roster to compete may be deemed closed in the minds of the front office. And if president Mark Shapiro and GM Ross Atkins are then looking to reload at the MLB
The Milwaukee Brewers playoff hopes took a major hit on Saturday as the team announced right-hander Jimmy Nelson will miss the remainder of the season with a shoulder injury. Nelson was diagnosed with a right rotator cuff strain and partial anterior labrum tear, which he suffered while diving back into first base after a single […]
Earlier on Monday, the New York Mets brought you news that third baseman David Wright would undergo shoulder surgery on Tuesday, effectively ending his season before it ever started. That Wright was one of multiple Mets set to undergo an operation this week presented a somber, if fitting microcosm of
If Major League Baseball umpires were looking for renewed support from the players and the league on Saturday, their mission was far from accomplished. Not only did their white wristband protest over “escalating verbal attacks” from players seem to fall on apathetic ears, they blew their fair share of calls too. That included a pretty big […]