Pressure to get suspensions over with before the playoffs could force an end to negotiations in baseball’s latest drug scandal. MLB is expected to announce its suspensions on Monday, according to WFAN baseball insider Jon Heyman.
MLB has told the union which players it intends to suspend in its drug investigation. Three-time MVP Alex Rodriguez is on the list, according to CBS News.
A league executive told CBS News that Anthony Bosch could implicate up to 25 players, including some stars not currently connected to the firestorm.
Now at 25 years old, Leonys Martin has to deal with an unenviable burden: replacing Josh Hamilton in the Rangers’ lineup.
If the new allegations were true, the Yankees would face high hurdles to get out of the final five years and $114 million of Rodriguez’s record $275 million, 10-year contract.
On Tuesday, the Miami New Times blew the doors open on Anthony Bosch and his anti-aging clinic, Biogenesis. There was A-Rod’s name, among others, reportedly listed in “an extraordinary batch of records.”
Craig Gentry turned a spot start into a tiebreaking hit and the Texas Rangers avoided a four-game sweep in a matchup of AL division leaders, rallying past the New York Yankees 10-6 Thursday.
Kuroda might have given fans on Tuesday a preview of things to come. He seems to have a coolness about him that should serve the Yankees well in the playoffs.
With Kenny Albert already on his way to the ballpark to participate in the Bombers-Boomer-Broadway Charity Softball game, he called in and gave his first-hand account of a strange at-bat during Saturday’s Mets-Rangers game.
Nelson Cruz is in the Texas Rangers’ lineup, batting fifth and in right field as usual, for Game 6 of the AL championship series against the New York Yankees.
Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz says his left hamstring feels fine and he expects to play in Game 6 of the AL championship series Friday night.
No matter what he tried Wednesday, C.J. Wilson couldn’t get comfortable — and the former closer failed to close out the New York Yankees.
Texas Rangers slugger Nelson Cruz left Game 5 of the ALCS with tightness in his troublesome left hamstring. He said it was merely a precaution and expects to play in Game 6.
It’s beyond stupid. Joe Girardi, maybe thinking it was a Little League game or a Tuesday night game in Kansas City in May, defied Baseball 101 and decided to put the go-ahead run on base.
Lost in the shuffle of the Yankees stunning 6-5 victory over the Texas Rangers last night in Texas was the Rangers inability to score a fourth run in the first inning.