Ellsbury Has Cracked Ribs, Daisuke in Sox Rotation

Jacoby Ellsbury is elligible to exit the Disabled List on Tuesday, but he is still not sure if he will play. Still in pain, Ellsbury found out yesterday that he has hairline fractures in four of his ribs. All of […]

Yankees Turn First Triple Play Since 1968

The New York Yankees turned a 5-4-3 Triple Play on Thursday afternoon against the Oakland Athletics. It was the first triple play in the Yankees organization since 1968, and is one of the most rare feats in all of professional […]

Rays Get Big 12-0 Win, Sean Rodriguez Gets His Hits

The Rays rolled to a 12-0 win over the Chicago White Sox last night at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago. The Rays are one game different than the Yankees i the loss column, and sit in second place by .5 […]

Phil Hughes Throws 7 No Hit Innings, 10 K’s in Win

Phil Hughes lost a no-hit bid last night with no outs in the 8th inning. He ended up with 7.1 IP, 10 SO, ER, 1 H after Joba Chamberlain allowed one of Hughes’ runners to come home via a single […]

Francona Swaps Lowell for Papi

Terry Francona pinch hit Mike Lowell for David Ortiz in last nights ballgame based on Papi’s poor performance thus far. Lowell didn’t make much noise, but worked a walk as the Red Sox went on to win 7-6 walk-off style. […]

Orioles Injury Update: Tejada Day-To-Day, Roberts/Uehara on the Mend, Pie Out Three Months

The Orioles are struggling with more than just a poor performance early this season. Brian Roberts is on the 15-Day DL with a strained abdomen, and now still surging slugger Miguel Tejada is day-to-day after straining his groin in Saturday’s […]

Ellsbury Return Uncertain – Cameron Still Hurting

The Red Sox are facing some early season injury woes as Jacoby Ellsbury has missed seven straight games with bruised ribs, and there is no certainty on when he will be available. Also ailing for the Red Sox is Mike […]

Rays Win In 12 Innings, Overcome Bases Loaded, No Outs In 11th

The Tampa Bay Rays won their ballgame last night with a 2-run shot by Pat Burrell in the 12th inning. Burrell has largely been a disappointment to the Rays since signing after the Phillies World Championship season in 2008. If […]

A-Rod Passes McGwire on Home-Run List

Alex Rodriguez hit his first home-run of the season last night, and the 584th of his career. He is now the sole-owner of eighth place all time on the home-run list. Frank Robinson is the next to pass who has […]

Robinson Cano Takes Ownership of His Name

Robinson Cano, the second baseman of the New York Yankees, was named after Jackie Robinson. Last night on the annual celebration of the anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in Major League Baseball, Robinson Cano came out swinging […]

Teixeira’s Slow Start – Yanks Not Worried

Mark Teixeira has consistently not been a very good hitter in April. In the first month of the regular season Teixeira is a .249 hitter and is very close to .300 the rest of the months combined. This season Teixeira […]

Orioles Closer Michael Gonzalez Placed On 15-Day DL

The Baltimore Orioles have placed closer Michael Gonzalez on the 15-Day Disabled list. The Orioles are now 1-7 and are playing horrible baseball to start the season. Michael Gonzalez has already blown two saves and has an 0-2 record with […]