Dan Straily was supposed to be a back of the rotation starter for the awful Cincinnati Reds as they look toward the future. In 2014 and 2015 with the Oakland Athletics, Chicago Cubs, and Houston Astros, he pitched in eleven games and only started four to the tune of a 6.86 ERA. However, since being
Julio Urias, the 20-year-old uber-prospect for the Los Angeles Dodgers, has only pitched 57 innings so far this year. He’s been limited in every such way, as teams are increasingly becoming aware of innings limits and arm care. Urias has been effective thus far in spot start appearances for the Dodgers, hurling six shutout innings
Poor A-Rod. It’s been a tough week. The Yankees announced he would officially be released following Friday’s game in Yankee Stadium. On top of that, Yanks manager Joe Girardi denied A-Rod’s request to play third base in his final game. At least he had a nice on-field ceremony with his friends and family to look
Tim Tebow just can’t give it up. Love him or hate him, you have to admire his level of motivation. After being cut from the Eagles last year, he has decided to turn his attention to pursuing a career in baseball. Despite not playing since 2005, he was an all-state baseball player in Florida. In
In Seattle on Ken Griffey Jr.’s week of all things.
What a toss.
Took you long enough, Colorado.
It’s a long distance to throw a ball for sure, but I don’t think there is any doubt who threw the better opening pitch.
The Boston Red Sox Steven Wright shouldn’t be allowed to throw this pitch.
Ninety-nine percent of people clicked on this link with the sole intention of watching Bartolo Colon hilariously lose his helmet for the millionth time and while that was half the intention of this brief showcase, please stay to enjoy highlights from others that most often misplace their helmet. But, of course, it’s only fair to
On Saturday one lucky fan made one of the better catches you will see this season on a Danny Santana foul ball.
😂. https://t.co/39FJ1oEfh2 #GotHeeem pic.twitter.com/dTFPKgGcwg — MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) May 20, 2016 Daniel Murphy is a savvy fielder, and also not too terrible at the plate. On Thursday night, Murphy faced his old team and got the better of Yoenis Cespedes. Check it out below as Neil Walker lined a single to right, and Daniel Murphy