Despite being traded by New York nearly one year ago, Francisco Rodriguez has never ruled out a future reunion at Citi Field. Apparently the Amazin’s haven’t either.
Zack Greinke overcame his road woes and ran his scoreless streak to 15 innings after pitching seven dominant innings of five-hit ball.
Miguel Batista pitched seven shutout innings of four-hit ball and Daniel Murphy supplied the offense, sending the surprising New York Mets to a 3-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night.
Sunday’s walk-off grand slam stung and stunned New York. But it wasn’t the first time. Or even the ninth.
Gamel has performed very well in the minors over the course of his career. Over the last two years at Triple-A, he’s put up OPS’s of .898 and .912, respectively.
It seems quite reasonable to assume that Ryan Braun won and we lost. And if the NL MVP is juicing, you wonder who’s sharing his prescription.
Braun said all along that his suspension for a positive drug test would be overturned. He was right — and MLB isn’t happy.
Aoki’s team, the Yakult Swallows, said Sunday it had accepted the Brewers’ bid of $2.5 million under the posting system.
National League MVP Ryan Braun has tested positive for a performance-enhancing substance, a case still under appeal
By agreeing to an extension without opting out, CC Sabathia again demonstrated why he’ll be remembered as a beloved Yankee and not a mercenary — like Alex Rodriguez.
I hear from Mets fans a lot. They all ask me the same thing via text messaging and Twitter: “Will Jose Reyes be back?”
With small markets and bad weather, baseball’s league championship series drew far fewer television viewers than last year.
K-Rod would rather close games — and hey, you never know. He could have that opportunity again in New York.
Needing a rally in the NL championship series opener, Milwaukee turned to its power duo of Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder, then got a key hit from Yuniesky Betancourt to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 9-6.
Chad Jones, the Giants’ 2010 draft choice whose career was placed in jeopardy by a car wreck nearly 1 ½ years ago, was timed at 4.84 seconds in a public 40-yard dash at a suburban New Orleans school.