Angels right-hander JC Ramirez threw two simulated innings of live batting practice on Tuesday, marking the first time he’s faced hitters since suffering an elbow injury in August.
Though he hit one of the most memorable home runs in franchise postseason history, this week will mark Aaron Boone’s first time setting foot into the Yankees’ clubhouse at George M. Steinbrenner Field, when he does so as the manager of a squad expected to play deep into October.
Building up the organization’s talent pool will be an ongoing process for the Marlins. But beginning this week, the attention will also turn to playing.
NEW YORK (AP) Washington catcher Raudy Read has been suspended for the first 80 games of the season following a positive test for Boldenone under Major League Baseball’s drug-testing program.
Royals left fielder Alex Gordon makes no excuses for 2017, which was his worst full offensive season as a Major Leaguer.
Astros first baseman Jonathan Singleton was suspended 100 games Tuesday for his third positive test for a drug abuse. It's the second suspension of his career, as he was suspended for the first 50 games of the 2013 season after testing positive for marijuana. Today's news warrants a look back
The Washington Nationals‘ biggest star is apparently going to try his hand at free agency. After meeting with Bryce Harper and his agent Scott Boras in November, the Nationals are realistic and firmly believe the 25-year-old will test the free-agent waters at the end of the 2018 season, reports Bob Nightengale of USA Today Sports. […]
In a burst of six pitches, Andrew Miller looked like himself again. That was arguably the most important takeaway from Thursday afternoon at Angel Stadium, where the Indians continued their march to the postseason with yet another victory in this remarkable run.
Looking to take another step toward home-field advantage in the postseason, the AL West-champion Astros turn to ace Dallas Keuchel in Thursday night’s series finale at Minute Maid Park against the White Sox, who counter with rookie Carson Fulmer.
They’ve been tested before, of course. You don’t end a 108-year championship drought without playing well when it matters the most.
When the Cubs completed a three-game sweep against the Braves in mid-July in Atlanta, they stood 1 1/2 games back of the National League Central lead behind the surprising Milwaukee Brewers.