The Rockies are likely to stick with a young rotation, even though they officially waved goodbye to their most experienced 2017 starting pitcher when righty Tyler Chatwood signed with the Cubs on Thursday.
Do not be surprised if the Phillies are linked to some of the biggest rumors in baseball at next week’s Winter Meetings.
Luis Severino, who will turn 24 in February and appears a safe bet to be new manager Aaron Boone’s choice as the Opening Day starter, finished third in the American League Cy Young Award voting this past season after going 14-6 with a 2.98 ERA over a team-leading 31 starts.
So, J.P. Crawford, what do you and your teammates need? Phillies manager Gabe Kapler asked Crawford that question upon meeting him for dinner a few weeks ago in Long Beach, Calif.
Will the Reds use young arms in the bullpen? Where does Nick Senzel fit into the mix? Mark Sheldon answers questions from fans in the latest Inbox.
The Giants introduced Curt Young as their new pitching coach on Nov. 6. Young, 57, replaced Dave Righetti, whose 18-year tenure in the position established a franchise record. Young also knows something about longevity, having served two stints totaling 13 seasons as Oakland’s pitching coach spanning 2004-17. To get to know Young a little better, […]
After being allowed to stay up long past his bedtime, Eli Williams was denied his wish to see Mike Foltynewicz successfully complete his bid for a no-hitter. But the young suburban Atlanta resident will forever be thankful for the bond he has since gained with the Braves pitcher.
The Brewers added four of MLBPipeline.com’s top 20 Milwaukee prospects to the 40-man roster ahead of Monday’s deadline to protect eligible players from next month’s Rule 5 Draft. They are infielder Mauricio Dubon, pitchers Freddy Peralta and Marcos Diplan and catcher Jacob Nottingham.
Country music superstar Brett Young got a VIP clubhouse tour and played catch with Orioles outfielder Trey Mancini at Camden Yards in a special interview that will air on Country Music Television’s (CMT) Hot 20 this weekend.
This is the second straight Cy Young for Scherzer, and his third overall
Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg had his best career showing in the National League Cy Young Award voting, but fell to teammate Max Scherzer, finishing third behind him and Los Angeles’ Clayton Kershaw.
Yankees right-hander Luis Severino finished third behind the Indians’ Corey Kluber, who earned 28 of 30 first-place votes en route to being named as the American League’s Cy Young Award winner on Wednesday. Red Sox left-hander Chris Sale finished second.