Wright went on the disabled list April 15
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David Wright‘s contract is inured, and the Mets would recoup 75 percent of his contract while he’s out once he misses a certain amount of time (May 26, 10:40 p.m.) According to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, …
Jacob deGrom was dominant again.
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Wilmer Flores touched first base, tossed his helmet aside, then braced for the rush of humanity. Soon, his Mets teammates were upon him, arriving en masse from the dugout to celebrate a 5-4 victory in 10 innings Tuesday night against the Phillies.
Bryce Harper is on a tear to begin the 2015 season. But, according to a report, even he doesn't think he's the best player in the majors -- yet.
The Dodgers and Atlanta Braves agreed to trade infielders on Tuesday, with third baseman Juan Uribe headed East and the Dodgers getting utility player Alberto Callaspo.
Reds pitcher Johnny Cueto was scheduled to have an MRI on his elbow Tuesday, his agent Bryce Dixon told the Enquirer.
Note: The conclusions reached herein do not necessarily match the title; Derek Norris is neither fully to blame for the home runs problems or the plight of humankind. We’re just following standard internet get-readers-riled-up headline making. A couple of week ago I wrote about Derek Norris’ pitch framing struggles, noting that Norris’ early numbers, perhaps surprisingly, rated him as one of the worst framers in the league. Normally, just a month and a half into the season, we’d say something about small sample sizes and move on, but as mentioned in the article, the quick...
Travis d'Arnaud made progress Tuesday in his quest to return from the disabled list, playing in an extended spring training game in Port St. Lucie, Florida. He caught five innings and went 1-for-3 with a run.
The Miami Marlins have placed struggling first baseman Michael Morse on the 15-day disabled list with a right finger sprain.
Nats GM Mike Rizzo is typically showered with Hosannas whenever the Nats make a trade, and indeed, his résumé includes many more hits than misses. But when the Nats traded Tyler Clippard for Yunel Escobar in January, the local reaction seemed mixed. Fans were sad. Their kids were sadder. Boz wrote that the trade felt like Plan C. Mark Zuckerman wrote that it “seemed like a head-scratcher” at first glance, although he went on to explain the rationale.Read full article >>
RT @Ken_Rosenthal: Sources: Confusion over signs with #Marlins evident in past week; likely influenced decision on Butler.
The Miami Marlins placed first baseman Michael Morse on the 15-day disabled list (retroactive May 24) with a right finger sprain, recalling right-hander Jose Urena in the process to start Tuesday night's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Right-hander David Goforth is up in the majors for the first time after being summoned to fill the roster spot of injured starter Wily Peralta.
CHICAGO — By winning percentage, the Nationals entered Tuesday as one of the majors’ best teams in one-run games. Manager Matt Williams said before Tuesday’s game the key to that success was the ability to manufacture runs when most necessary – like in the ninth inning of a tie game on the road, for example. Read full article >>
Final R H E Colorado Rockies (18-26) 1 4 0 Cincinnati Reds (19-26)) 2 5 0 W: Chapman (3-3) L: Brown (0-2) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –One game winning streak! One game winning streak! –Rookie hurler Michael Lorenzen is your player of the game, tossing seven strong innings, allowing one run …
The scoreless game Tuesday seemed to be in jeopardy when Angels starter Matt Shoemaker loaded the bases with one out in the top of the fourth, but the Angels found a way out. Shoemaker struck out Padres second baseman Cory Spangenberg for the second...