Global Baseball News for 11 Sep 2019
Arizona traded away Paul Goldschmidt. And Zack Greinke. Somehow, some way, they are surging toward a playoff berth.
New York has taken the first two games against Arizona in this key four-game set between National League wild-card contenders.
Noah Syndergaard denied being "livid" in his conversations with Mets brass over having to throw to Wilson Ramos despite having bad numbers when being paired with the catcher.
Rowdy Tellez homered in the fifth inning to drive in the game-winning run, giving Toronto a 4-3 win over Boston.
Kyle Crick had surgery on his right index finger after an altercation with teammate Felipe Vazquez in the clubhouse before Monday's game, the Pirates said.
Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich has broken his kneecap on a foul ball and will miss the rest of the season.
It was never going to be an easy month for the Blue Jays, never a real shot at meaningful September baseball. But a 100-loss season? That wasn’t expected anywhere on the blueprint for the tumultuous... rebuild that has certainly accelerated the carnage. The possibility is where the Jays find themselves, however, with just 17 games […]
Oakland's Triple-A affiliate has taken over as the minor leagues' attendance leader.
Yelich, the reigning National League M.V.P., fouled a ball off his right leg and broke his kneecap, a big blow to Milwaukee's pursuit of a playoff berth.
Jordy Mercer capped a six-run comeback with a game-winning single off Chance Adams in the ninth inning, as the Tigers overcame another onslaught by the Yankees in a 12-11 victory on Tuesday night.
Rowdy Tellez hit a go-ahead two-run shot in the fifth inning -- one of three Toronto homers on the night -- as the Blue Jays defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-3 on Tuesday at Rogers Centre.
When it comes to handling his starting pitching assignments, it has been anything but an open-and-shut case for Jays manager Charlie Montoyo of late. For example, when T.J. Zeuch made his big-league... debut last week in Atlanta, the rookie right-hander followed "opener" Wilmer Font to ease his way into action against the powerful Braves lineup. […]
Here's which teams at the top of the standings could punch their October tickets soon and how the playoff field looks right now.
You may not know the name J.B. Woodman, but he is what can happen when process and charts take precedence over old-school scouting in baseball. The Blue Jays' second pick in the 2016 major league... draft is 24 years old and already out of baseball. He was taken 57th overall. Nine picks later, many Jays […]