Monthly Archives: May 2016

Posted on May 25, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Chris Sale’s bid to go to 10-0 on the season was emphatically denied by the Cleveland Indians Tuesday night. Not only did Cleveland’s bats send Sale to an early shower in his worst start of the season, but he was out-pitched by another pitcher who entered the […]

Posted on May 25, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Last week, when Matt Harvey got knocked out in the third inning by the Washington Nationals, the New York Mets considered skipping his next start, or even setting everything in his locker on fire, to help their ace get back on track. Harvey declined the option to […]

Posted on May 24, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine One day after Ryan Vogelsong was struck in the face with a pitch, the Pittsburgh Pirates put him on the 15-day DL with facial fractures. In addition to multiple facial fractures, there is reportedly swelling around the eye, but it’s believed that Vogelsong escaped significant damage to […]

Posted on May 24, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The New York Mets’ worst fears regarding first baseman Lucas Duda were confirmed on Monday when they officially placed him on the DL with a stress fracture in his back. The timetable for Duda’s return is uncertain, with manager Terry Collins saying he’ll be out at least […]

Posted on May 24, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Texas Rangers are about to get Yu Darvish back to help their starting rotation, but the team’s outfield remains plagued by injuries. On Monday, the team announced that they will be without Josh Hamilton for the remainder of the season, and that Shin-Soo Choo and Drew […]

Posted on May 23, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine After a successful minor league rehab start on Sunday, the Texas Rangers have tentatively scheduled Yu Darvish to make his return to the big leagues Saturday against the Pittsburgh Pirates. His return to the Texas starting rotation has been long awaited, and could prove to be the […]

Posted on May 23, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine In almost any other profession, Toronto Blue Jays’ manager John Gibbons would be considered a part-time employee. Unlike his players, Gibbons is not sticking around for all nine innings, as he was ejected from Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Twins, his third ejection in the last week. […]

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