Matt Kemp Cleared To Compete In Home Run Derby, Not All-Star Game


Matt Kemp is the leading vote-getter in the National League, but the Los Angeles Dodgers will hold their superstar out of the game. Kemp does, however, have the thumbs up to compete in the Home Run Derby. Kemp has missed […]

Anthony Rizzo, Chase Utley and Trevor Bauer Expected To Join Major League Rosters This Week


There have already been some big call ups this season, three more are expected to take place this week. Anthony Rizzo is expected to be called up by the Chicago Cubs Tuesday, Chase Utley is rumored to be ready to […]

Roy Oswalt Wins Texas Rangers Debut, Pitches Into 7th Inning


Roy Oswalt was a free agent for the first time this offseason. Things didn’t turn out as he might have imagined. Teams showed only luke warm interest in Oswalt, who had struggled with back issues in 2011. Oswalt didn’t help his […]

Miami Marlins Searching For Answers, Mired in 2-12 slump


After being the best team in baseball last month, the Miami Marlins have crumbled in June. The franchise has to hope South Beach sports fans have been too caught up in the Miami Heat’s NBA championship run to notice. The […]

MLB Rumors: Wandy Rodriguez On Houston Astros’ Trade Block


Last night, there were scouts from the New York Yankees, San Francisco Giants and Toronto Blue Jays at Minute Maid Park getting at first-hand look at Houston Astros ace Wandy Rodriguez. The Astros are willing to listen to offers for Rodriguez, […]

Brandon Belt Breaking Out For San Francisco Giants


Finally, Brandon Belt has been freed. San Francisco Giants fans have been clamoring for the 24-year-old first baseman to play every day since the minute he was called up last season. Manager Bruce Bochy continued to play veteran Aubrey Huff […]

MLB Rumors: Los Angeles Dodgers Ready To Replace James Loney At First Base?


After low expectations coming into the season, the Los Angeles Dodgers have exploded out of the gate thanks to some surprising performances. One player who has failed to elevate his game is first baseman James Loney. Loney hasn’t taken the […]

New York Mets’ R.A. Dickey Pitches Second-Straight One-Hitter


From climbing Mout Kilimanjaro to releasing a tell-all book, R.A. Dickey made a few big headlines heading into this season. That’s nothing compared to what the New York Mets‘ knuckleballer has done since. Dickey tallied his second-consecutive one-hitter, striking out […]

Jacob Turner Called Up By Detroit Tigers, Will Start Thursday


The Detroit Tigers will call up their top pitching prospect Jacob Turner to make a spot start Thursday. Turner, who just turned 21-years-old last month, was originally the favorite to secure the Tigers’ fifth start spot out heading into Spring […]

Jason Bay Collides With Wall, Suffers Possible Concussion


Jason Bay was forced to leave tonight’s game after suffering a potential concussion. The New York Mets’ left fielder made a diving attempt to catch a fly ball, missed and hit his head on the wall. At this point, it’s […]

Josh Willingham Not On The Block, Minnesota Twins Making Mistake


Josh Willingham is with his third team in as many seasons, but it’s starting to sound unlikely that he’ll change jerseys again in 2012. Willingham was one of the offseason’s best signings and has the potential to be one of […]

Chris Carpenter Could Be Ace In The Hole For St. Louis Cardinals


Chris Carpenter pitched off a mound for the first time since March 3 Wednesday. The St. Louis Cardinals’ ace has been out with a mysterious nerve irritation in his pitching shoulder. It’s almost a cliché at this point, but when […]