Zach McAllister should break 200 if he stays healthy this year, which will be a boon to the back end of the Tribe’s rotation.
The Yankees have put their own offseason twist on a classic Abbott and Costello routine: “Teixeira’s on first, Cano’s on second and I Don’t Know’s on third.”
It has to be a dream scenario for the former Red Sox star: play for the Yankees or his former manager, Terry Francona.
Could it be? Yankees fans may find themselves chanting for one-time nemesis Kevin Youkilis this season — or at least for the team to finally fill their hole at third base.
The Yankees need someone to step in at third base for Alex Rodriguez. But it won’t be familiar face Eric Chavez. Jeff Keppinger? He’s off the table, too.
The Yankees’ hopes of a late comeback was ended by a controversial call at first base. New York and Baltimore are now tied atop the AL East.
Adam Jones had heard tales about how Camden Yards used to be when the place was packed and the Orioles were in a pennant race. With one dramatic swing of the bat, Jones found out for himself just how crazy the place can get.
Paul Goldschmidt’s greatest attribute is his raw power. At 6-foor-3, 245 pounds, he has smacked a combined 73 home runs over his last two professional seasons.
Mark Reynolds hit a tiebreaking single in the 11th inning after striking out four times and the Baltimore Orioles outlasted the New York Yankees 5-4 on Wednesday in another soggy game between two sleep-deprived teams.
Bartolo Colon matched the Orioles’ Zach Britton but the Yankees’ offense failed to back Colon’s superb effort as they lost 2-0 in the first game of today’s doubleheader.
Another trade between the NL West and the AL East, this time the Diamondbacks sent 3B Mark Reynolds to Baltimore for pitchers David Hernandez and Kam Mickolio.
The Mets limp home after their 2 and 9 post all-star break road trip to face the St. Louis Cardinals and the Arizona Diamondbacks. It has been a roller-coaster season so far in 2010 for […]