9:47 PM EDT, Fri April 28, 2017
1 hour ago

Delino DeShields Jr. rocks epic pair of Ed, Edd n Eddy cleats

Delino DeShields Jr. is taking an opportunity to shout out Cartoon Network for all of the childhood memories. For Friday’s game against the Los Angeles Angels, the Texas Rangers outfielder sported a legendary pair of cleats bearing images from the beloved millennial-era animated series Ed, Edd n Eddy. 90s kids will understand: @LinoDeShields with the...Read More
3 hours ago

Felix Hernandez, Mitch Haniger expected to miss 3-4 weeks for Mariners

If the Seattle Mariners are going to turn things around in the early going this season, they’ll have to do it without two of their top players. The Mariners announced on Friday that pitcher Felix Hernandez and outfielder Mitch Haniger are expected to miss 3-4 weeks with injuries: Mariners news: Felix Hernandez has right shoulder...Read More
6 hours ago

Theo Epstein has funny response to all the leadership recognition

Theo Epstein has been receiving a lot of recognition this week, but the Chicago Cubs executive is not letting it get to his head. In fact, he’s keeping a great perspective on things. Epstein was ranked No. 1 on Fortune’s list of “The World’s 50 Greatest Leaders” last month. In response, Politico wrote up something...Read More
Apr 27, 2017

Shelby Miller has tear in his UCL, flexor strain

The news on Shelby Miller is not great. The Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher has a tear in his UCL and a flexor strain, according to MLB.com’s Steve Gilbert. #Dbacks Shelby Miller has tear in UCL. Evaluating his options. Also has flexor strain. — Steve Gilbert (@SteveGilbertMLB) April 27, 2017 Miller, 26, left his Sunday start with...Read More
Apr 27, 2017

Matt Harvey barely received any notice about surprise start

Matt Harvey made a surprise start off for the New York Mets on Thursday — one that even caught him off guard. Harvey allowed six runs over 4.1 innings in a loss to the Braves, as he surrendered five hits and five walks. He did not look like himself, and that could be attributed to...Read More
Apr 27, 2017

Brandon Phillips has hilarious quote about avoiding disabled list

He may be a 35-year-old playing on one of the worst teams in baseball, but Brandon Phillips hasn’t lost his sense of humor. On Thursday morning, the Atlanta Braves second baseman, who is currently battling a groin strain, dropped a funny quote about avoiding the disabled list. “I’m not going on the DL, that’s not...Read More
Apr 27, 2017

Red Sox prospect Kevin Steen in critical condition after car accident

Boston Red Sox pitching prospect Kevin Steen was injured in a serious car accident Wednesday night that left another motorist dead. According to FOX4 in Fort Meyers, Steen was seriously injured when another car veered off the road, crossed the median and went airborne into his SUV. The 20-year-old was taken to a local hospital...Read More
Apr 26, 2017

Report: Shelby Miller may need Tommy John surgery

Shelby Miller could need Tommy John surgery to repair his elbow, according to a report. Fan Rag Sports’ Tommy Stokke says Miller has a ligament issue in his elbow and could need Tommy John surgery. Miller left his start on Sunday for the Diamondbacks with forearm tightness. He was placed on the disabled list Monday...Read More
Apr 26, 2017

5 MLB stars off to poor starts

Every season, a few big-name Major League Baseball players find themselves scuffling out of the gate. Some guys are prone to bad months of April and need time to re-acclimate themselves to big league hitting or pitching, some are just going through a slump, while others find that the skills that once made them so...Read More
Apr 26, 2017

Report: Adrian Beltre not close to return to Rangers

Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre does not sound close to a return to the field. According to Evan Grant of the Dallas Morning News and T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com, Beltre is still not working out on the field and is not progressing in his recovery from a calf injury. Rangers admit Adrian Beltre not...Read More
Apr 26, 2017

Clay Buchholz apologized to Phillies for getting hurt

Philadelphia Phillies right-hander Clay Buchholz recently suffered a potential season-ending injury to his throwing arm, and he apparently feels some sense of responsibility for it. Buchholz spoke to the media on Wednesday and said that he apologized to general manager Matt Klentak and others on the team for getting injured, per Todd Zolecki of MLB.com....Read More
Apr 25, 2017

Eric Thames invites drug testing after home run binge

Eric Thames is off to the hottest start in MLB, which has led to all sorts of questions about whether he is using PEDs. MLB certainly has taken notice as the Brewers outfielder continues to face random drug testing. He was drug tested after blasting yet another homer on Tuesday night — his league-best 11th...Read More
Apr 25, 2017

Chris Coghlan goes airborne to avoid tag, scores run (Video)

Chris Coghlan went full Willie Mays Hayes to score a run for the Toronto Blue Jays on Tuesday night. Coghlan walked with one out in the 7th inning of Toronto’s clash with the Cardinals. Kevin Pillar drove a ball to deep right off the wall, which had Coghlan motoring around the bases. By the time...Read More
Apr 25, 2017

Top prospect Brendan McKay hits four home runs in game

On the same day that SI put a high school baseball player on its cover, a top college prospect reminded everyone why he should still be in the mix to be the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming MLB draft. Brendan McKay, a junior for Louisville, clubbed four home runs and drove in 9...Read More
Apr 25, 2017

Jose Altuve leaves game after scary outfield collision (Video)

Jose Altuve was removed from Tuesday’s game between the Indians and Astros after a scary collision in the outfield with Teoscar Hernandez. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Altuve and Hernandez were both tracking a shallow fly ball off the bat of Yan Gomes when the two collided, leaving both men on the ground...Read More