Veteran right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma told reporters in Japan on Monday that he has received an offer to re-sign with the Mariners and is attempting to recover from shoulder surgery in time for the 2018 season.
The Chicago White Sox are committed to rebuilding from the ground up. With six top-100 prospects and plenty of youth already at the MLB level, the future looks bright. But, what does that future hold for the likes of Jose Abreu and Avisail Garcia? The team is listening to inquiries about both players, White Sox […]
The Astros have until Thursday morning to set their 25-man roster ahead of Game 1 of the American League Division Series presented by Doosan, but manager A.J. Hinch provided some clarity on Tuesday regarding some spots.
Manager Scott Servais reaffirmed on Tuesday that Hisashi Iwakuma won’t throw for the Mariners again in 2017 and is weighing his options with doctors about different alternatives.
Rookie left-hander Dietrich Enns, who made his first Major League start on Thursday against the Brewers, will get another start with the Twins, but manager Paul Molitor said he’s still deciding when that will be.
Angels right-hander Matt Shoemaker experienced renewed symptoms in his ailing forearm while throwing a bullpen session on Friday and is now considering season-ending surgery to repair the injury.
A’s pitcher Sonny Gray checks a few boxes when it comes to the type of players the Indians target via trade. He fits Cleveland’s current need for rotation help, has an affordable contract and is under club control for two more seasons.
Tigers manager Brad Ausmus has spent most of Spring Training deliberating the idea of batting Nicholas Castellanos second in front of Miguel Cabrera. As the Tigers readied to take batting practice Monday before their 11-3 loss to the Braves, Ausmus was weighing Plan B.
If forced to immediately make a decision, the Braves would likely open this season with an eight-man bullpen. But with Opening Day two weeks away, they still have plenty of time to evaluate the wisdom of that plan, which would leave them shorthanded on a potentially weak bench.
After the twists and turns that Spring Training will inevitably bring, the Braves will determine whether to stick with the plan to begin the season with an eight-man bullpen.
For the first time since camp opened a couple of weeks ago, Royals manager Ned Yost suggested he may not have a full-time second baseman when the regular season starts.
Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre said his strained left calf muscle is better, but he is still undecided about playing in the first round of the World Baseball Classic.