Inside the clubhouse, watching the first inning on television, relievers Drew Storen and Tyler Clippard could hear Bryce Harper's name rumble over the Nationals Park speakers. They listened to the accompanying roar, the crowd frothing for Harper's
WASHINGTON — Bryce Harper's bat is the story of the day, but his hand could become the story of [...]
In front 45274 fans in the nation's capital, Bryce Harper came out swinging, clobbering two home runs and Washington Nationals' Opening Day starter Stephen Strasburg threw 7.0 scoreless against the Miami Marlins in what
Now that was one awesome Opening Day. Clayton Kershaw made the major leagues look like Little League, playing the role of the [...]
LOUIS — The standards are different for Roy Halladay, so mediocrity is a red flag. But since Spring Training, both Halladay and the Phillies have downplayed concerns that an injury might be sapping some of his velocity or hampering his performance on
Two-time Cy Young winner Roy Halladay, removed after just two innings Sunday, is scheduled [...]
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Updating an earlier item, Roy Halladay left Sunday's start after two innings due to right shoulder soreness. The Phillies are saying it's precautionary, but we have to [...]
Will Rhymes, infielder for the Tampa Bay Rays and the guy with one of the coolest names in the MLB, collapsed during the Boston Red Sox game last night after taking a 95-mph pitch to the arm. Although Rhymes seemed to
Second baseman Will Rhymes took a hard two-seamer from Franklin Morales flush on the forearm. [...]
Update: Rhymes did not break a bone, but he did reference a classic candy commercial.
By Cindy Boren Will Rhymes collapses into the arms of Tampa Bay Rays first-base coach George Hendrick Wednesday night. (Chris O'Meara / AP) In retrospect, perhaps the sound should have been a the first tip-off that this was no ordinary incident [...]
Lawrie's encounter with Bill Miller reignites the debate regarding umpires.
The biggest story in baseball this morning is Brett Lawrie's emotional outburst and ejection from last night's Toronto Blue Jays/Tampa Bay Rays game and the suspension that will likely result. Interestingly enough, I was
Brett Lawrie throws his helmet into the ground after getting called out on [...]
He's the color analyst who said Stephen Strasburg should “suck it up” when he got injured, then got fired by MASN, then blamed Strasburg's dad for the firing and thenwell, no one much cares what he did after that. Until last night when Dibble came
Stephen Strasburg got BENGAY on his balls, pitched poorly: Davey Johnson. [...]
To say that Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Brett Lawrie was a little fired up on Tuesday night is akin to saying that Milton Bradley had a slight anger management issue. Lawrie will likely be facing a suspension after throwing his batting helmet at
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Brett Lawrie of the Toronto Blue Jays faces a lengthy suspension after being called out on strikes with one out in the ninth inning of a one-run game and then completely losing his mind, slamming his helmet into the ground,
By Jason Epstein Mets manager Terry Collins watched the top of the seventh inning unfold and [...]