Monthly Archives: May 2018

Posted on May 22, 2018, by Bryan Zarpentine The Seattle Mariners are currently suffering from a case of lifetime piling up. On Tuesday, the Mariners placed Dee Gordon on the 10-day DL with a broken toe. The move comes less than a week after the team decided to move Gordon back to second base following Robinson […]

Posted on May 22, 2018, by Bryan Zarpentine The Minnesota Twins announced late Monday night that they have designated veteran pitcher Phil Hughes for assignment. The move was not a shock considering Hughes’ performance this season. However, it was a surprise considering Hughes is under contract through the end of next season. The Twins will […]

Posted on May 20, 2018, by Travis Pulver No one really believed the Cleveland Cavaliers would fall behind 2-0 in the Eastern Conference Finals—but they did. Since the Boston Celtics franchise has never lost a playoff series after taking a 2-0 lead, the momentum would appear to be entirely on their side. But then they had […]

Posted on May 18, 2018, by Bryan Zarpentine The injuries are coming fast and furious for the St. Louis Cardinals. The latest player added to the DL is starting shortstop Paul DeJong. The Cardinals placed DeJong on the 10-day DL on Friday with a broken left hand. DeJong suffered the injury in the 8th inning […]

Posted on May 18, 2018, by Bryan Zarpentine When Robinson Cano broke his hand and was poised to miss a few weeks, the Seattle Mariners were quick to say Dee Gordon would not be moving back to his old position to replace him. But with Cano receiving an 80-game suspension after testing positive for a […]

Posted on May 17, 2018, by Bryan Zarpentine The first-quarter of the baseball season has not unfolded the way the Los Angeles Dodgers envisioned. Before Thursday’s win over the Marlins, Los Angeles had lost six straight games and dropped to 10 games under .500. It was the first time the Dodgers were 10 under .500 […]

Posted on May 16, 2018, by Travis Pulver The Supreme Court surprised the sports world on Monday when it handed down its ruling regarding the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992. Prior to the ruling, the Act was what made gambling on sports illegal (with a couple exceptions) in the United States. However, with […]

Posted on May 15, 2018, by Bryan Zarpentine As it turns out, getting hit by a pitch and breaking his hand wasn’t the worst thing to happen to Robinson Cano this week. On Tuesday, Major League Baseball hit the Seattle Mariners second baseman with an 80-game suspension after he tested positive for a banned substance. […]

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