For years, infielder T.J. Rivera worked his way up the Mets’ Minor League ladder in relative anonymity, an undrafted free agent who hit well above .300 at nearly every stop on the farm. In 2016, Rivera finally received his big league chance, batting .333 in 33 games. He followed that up with a .290 average […]
Mariners top prospect Kyle Lewis hasn’t played in the first six games of the Arizona Fall League as he works to strengthen his surgically repaired right knee, but the young outfielder is expected to begin seeing action for the Peoria Javelinas next week.
Twins third baseman Miguel Sano continues to rehab his left shin in Minnesota, but manager Paul Molitor said it’s becoming more and more unlikely he’ll be ready to return before the end of the regular season on Oct. 1.
Jake Diekman’s seventh appearance since returning from the disabled list may have been his most significant. This time the Rangers left-hander pitched 1 2/3 innings to nail down his first save of the year in the Rangers’ 4-2 victory over the Angels on Sunday afternoon.
The Yankees are moving closer to welcoming a pair of important pieces back to their active roster, with outfielder Aaron Hicks and right-handed reliever Adam Warren showing progress in their respective injury recoveries.
I mentioned in the game thread how seemingly every time the M's seem to get on a little bit of a hot streak they run into the Astros, whose batters buzzsaw them with extra-base hits as their pitchers buzzsaw through the Mariners lineup with dastardly curveballs and plus-plus fastballs. I wrote that
Bryce Harper is beginning to make small strides of progress in his recovery from an injured left knee, an encouraging sign for the Nationals as they hope to get the star outfielder back for the postseason. Harper jogged around the warning track at Nationals Park, along with a team trainer, prior to Wednesday’s game against […]
Still sore following his two-inning rehab stint at Class A Short Season Brooklyn on Thursday, Noah Syndergaard postponed the 50-pitch simulated game he was scheduled to throw Sunday at Citi Field. The Mets have shut Syndergaard down for at least two days, in hopes that he can return to the mound for a side session […]
Nathan Eovaldi and Xavier Cedeno were in the Rays’ clubhouse Friday afternoon, but Fenway Park served merely as a way station for their trip to Chattanooga, where they will make rehab appearances for Double-A Montgomery on Saturday night.
After working out at PNC Park on Wednesday, Cubs catcher Willson Contreras (21 home runs, 70 RBIs) happily departed the visitors’ clubhouse, his right hamstring healed and his duffel bag packed for a trip to Kinston, N.C.
Noah Syndergaard took what he called “a step in the right direction” on Saturday. The Mets’ Opening Day starter made his first start on a rehab assignment, tossing 18 pitches in a one-inning stint for the Gulf Coast League Mets in a morning game at First Data Field.