Silva Revival?

When the Chicago Cubs traded Milton Bradley for Carlos Silva in the off-season most viewed it as an opportunity to get rid of some serious baggage. Perhaps the Mariners would be able to get some production out of Bradley in […]

Bryan Anderson Promoted

The St. Louis Cardinals are going with Bryan Anderson as their backup catcher while Jason LaRue heals on the 15-day DL. Anderson went 0-1 in his debut, pinch-hitting for Yadier Molina and lining out to right field in a 5-1 […]

Cubs Offense Starting to Emerge

It was brutal to watch at times earlier this season but the Chicago Cubs offense is starting to get on a roll. Today’s 7-2 win over the Houston Astros helped demonstrate that. It marked the fourth straight game the Cubs […]

Whats up with Carlos Lee?

The question must certainly be asked what is going on with the Houston Astros cleanup man. In today’s 7-2 loss to the Cubs he did break a career worst 0-18 slump with a single. But that still leaves him hitting […]

Astros Struggling

[picappgallerysingle id="8314925"] Sure we knew they weren’t going to be all that great this year. Sure this team has had some bad luck of having to face Adam Wainwright, Tim Lincecum, Roy Halladay, and Matt Cain in their first 7 […]

Arroyo’s Next Start in Jeopardy

He has never missed a start, but its a streak that could be coming to an end. Bronson Arroyo pitched 6 innings through pain (total) in a win over the Cardinals Thursday, but he may be forced to miss his […]

Arroyo Shines in Season Debut

[picappgallerysingle id="5525634"] Bronson Arroyo was impressive against St. Louis in the series finale. The right-hander from Key West went 8 innings, scattering 4 hits and 3 walks, while striking out 6. His only blemish was a solo home run allowed […]

Cards Loss Highlights Potential Danger

[picappgallerysingle id="8429188"] The St. Louis Cardinals 2-1 defeat to the Cincinnati Reds exposed a few potential problem areas for the Cards in their quest for the playoffs and beyond in 2010.