Pair of Jay Bruce Homers Help Cincinnati Reds to Important Win

Jay Bruce

A pair of solo shots from Jay Bruce helped lift the Cincinnati Reds over the visiting Los Angeles Dodgers last night in a victory of 3-2. Bruce has been struggling lately, hitting just .211 in his last 10 games, but […]

James Paxton’s MLB Debut for Seattle Mariners Couldn’t Have Gone Any Better

James Paxton

Seattle Mariners prospect James Paxton made his MLB debut on Saturday against the Tampa Bay Rays, and was everything the team could have hoped for in one of their top pitching prospects. Paxton dominated the visiting Rays for six strong innings, allowing […]

In a Possible Postseason Preview, Cincinnati Reds Come Out On Top

Mat Latos

Aces Zack Greinke and Mat Latos met today in what may very well have been a postseason preview between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Cincinnati Reds. Both starters struggled early, but managed to get things under control in what […]

New York Yankees’ Bullpen Hindering Their Postseason Chances

Andy Pettitte

  The New York Yankees sent veteran Andy Pettitte out against the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox tonight in the Bronx looking for an important victory over their division rivals. The Yankees trail Boston by nine games but are only 2.5 […]

Seattle Mariners’ Joe Saunders Trying to Earn a Job in 2014

Joe Saunders

With a stellar MLB debut from prospect Taijuan Walker last night, the Seattle Mariners are looking forward to the 2014 season. The question over the next month will be which players on their current roster will be a part of […]

Chicago Cubs: Jeff Samardzija-Roy Halladay Duel is Entertaining, But Also Meaningless

Jeff Samardzija

Today’s game between the Chicago Cubs and the Philadelphia Phillies felt like it occurred in some alternate universe where both teams weren’t terrible with no hopes of postseason berths. To be clear, this wasn’t your traditional pitcher’s duel. Rather, it […]

Adam Wainwright Knocked Out Early in A Game St. Louis Couldn’t Afford To Lose

Adam Wainwright

Adam Wainwright could only give the St. Louis Cardinals two innings last night, giving up nine runs on eight hits in the worst start of his career. The Cincinnati Reds rocked Wainwright for six runs in the first inning and three […]

Seattle Mariners Need Taijuan Walker to Live Up to the Hype

Taijuan Walker

The Seattle Mariners will get a look at their top pitching prospect for the first time in an MLB game on Friday when Taijuan Walker starts against the visiting Houston Astros. The 21-year-old California native is 5-3 with a 3.61 […]

Travis Wood Outduels Clayton Kershaw In Chicago Cubs’ Win

Travis Wood

Travis Wood beat the best pitcher in baseball last night as the Chicago Cubs topped the Los Angeles Dodgers 3-2. To be fair, Dodgers phenom Clayton Kershaw was far from terrible, giving up just one earned run on seven hits […]

Rain Doesn’t Stop Oakland Athletics From Shelling Justin Verlander, Detroit Tigers

Brandon Moss

The rain came down in thick drops for all of tonight’s game in Detroit, but the Oakland Athletics didn’t let that hinder them as they jumped all over Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers for a 6-3 win in six […]

Seattle Mariners Activate Franklin Gutierrez From DL, DFA Aaron Harang

Franklin Gutierrez

The Seattle Mariners activated outfielder Franklin Gutierrez from the DL for last night’s game against the Texas Rangers, a game which the Mariners lost 8-3. Due to injuries, Gutierrez has only appeared in 19 games this season, but he is […]

Tampa Bay Rays: Prodigal Prospect Wil Myers’ Homecoming Did Not Go As Expected

Wil Myers

Wil Myers made his first MLB start at Kauffman Stadium today in Kansas City, but it was in a Tampa Bay Rays uniform. The Kansas City Royals traded top prospect Myers to the Rays in December as a key part […]