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About Bryan Zarpentine

Bryan Zarpentine is a freelance writer and editor who has covered sports for a variety of sites all over the Internet for the better part of a decade. He is a graduate of Syracuse University who has a great passion for both writing and sports. Contact: bzarp2@gmail.com Twitter: @BZarp

Posted on July 22, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine In contrast to reports that came out Thursday that the Chicago White Sox were unwilling to listen to trade offers for starting pitcher Chris Sale, new reports surfaced on Friday indicating that the team was fielding calls for their ace and at least listening to what other […]

Posted on July 22, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Clay Buchholz believes his time with the Boston Red Sox may soon be coming to an end. Buchholz threw a scoreless inning for the Red Sox Thursday night in what was his first appearance since July 2. That previous appearance was his last as a starter before […]

Posted July 22, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine All eyes are on the New York Yankees with the non-waiver trade deadline less than two weeks away to see if the Bronx Bombers will actually become sellers. If the Yankees do end up being sellers, players like Carlos Beltran and Aroldis Chapman are likely to be sent […]

Posted July 21, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Boston Red Sox fears about reliever Koji Uehara were confirmed Wednesday when an MRI revealed a strained pectoral muscle. Uehara left Tuesday’s game against the San Francisco Giants clutching his right arm seven pitches into his outing. He’s been placed on the 15-day DL The injury to […]

Posted on July 21, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The playoff hopes for the Texas Rangers may have taken a serious hit on Wednesday, as the team placed both designated hitter Prince Fielder and outfielder Shin-Soo Choo on the DL. Fielder has herniated disks in his back that may require surgery, while Choo received an injection […]

Posted on July 18, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Trade rumors and speculation continue to surround the New York Yankees, and the latest talk involves outfielder Carlos Beltran. A recent report indicates that the Bronx Bombers had talks at some point this season with the Kansas City Royals about Beltran. Of course, Beltran began his career […]

Posted on July 18, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Minnesota Twins have fired their general manager and executive vice president Terry Ryan. The team made the announcement Monday, while also naming assistant GM Rob Antony as the team’s interim GM. The Twins are 33-58 this season, owners of the worst record in the American League. […]

Posted on July 18, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine A little more than three weeks after the New York Mets demoted him to triple-A, outfielder Michael Conforto is on his way back to the big leagues. The Mets announced Sunday night that Conforto was being recalled and Brandon Nimmo optioned back to triple-A. In 16 games […]

Posted on July 17, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Trade speculation is heating up all around baseball with a little more than two weeks until the August 1 trade deadline. One of the most talkative teams in recent days has been the Texas Rangers, who are looking for pitching help amidst a recent skid that has […]

Posted on July 17, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine With every loss, the New York Yankees take one step closer to actually being sellers at the trade deadline this year. At the all-star break, the front office and management were still split on whether or not the team should be buyers or sellers, but with back-to-back […]

Posted on July 17, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Major League Baseball is fed up with the actions of managers yelling at umpires over balls and strikes, and they’re telling the skippers that they need to calm down. MLB executive Joe Torre, himself a former big league manager, sent a memo out Friday when the second […]

Posted on July 16, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Toronto Blue Jays announced Saturday that they have signed first baseman Justin Smoak to a two-year contract extension. Smoak, who is making $3.9 million this year, would have been a free agent after the season. Instead, he will stay in Toronto and make $4.125 million in […]

Posted on July 16, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Before the Chicago Cubs got the second half of their season underway on Friday, all-star first baseman Anthony Rizzo had a few things he wanted to get off his chest. Rizzo verbally attacked the media over their negativity and sense of panic over the Cubs struggles heading […]

Posted on July 16, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Houston Astros have reportedly agreed to sign Cuban free agent Yulieski Gourriel. The team has scheduled a press conference for Saturday afternoon to formally announce the deal, which is reportedly a five-year contract worth $47.5 million. Major League Baseball declared Gourriel a free agent last month […]

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