It has become increasingly clear that Major League Baseball must protect its pitchers. On May 7, 2013, when Toronto Blue Jays pitcher J.A. Happ was struck in the base of the skull by a ferocious line drive that rocketed off of the bat of Tampa Bay outfielder Desmond Jennings, we were given a reminder about [...]
Philadelphia Phillies ace Roy Halladay will have arthroscopic surgery to repair a bone spur in his right shoulder.
After two more bad starts, including his most recent in a 14-2 shellacking by the hapless Miami Marlins, Philadelphia Phillies ace Roy Halladay is getting his right shoulder examined in Los Angeles. After the game, Halladay admitted his shoulder had been hurting since April 24. His two subsequent starts were, shall we say, ineffective.
Critics have long suggested that Washington Nationals right-handed ace Stephen Strasburg’s career will end up being short because of his herky-jerky delivery. Those critics have more ammunition now, as CSNWashington’s Mark Zuckerman is reporting that Strasburg is experiencing forearm tightness and could miss his next start.
We are not even a quarter of the way through the Major League Baseball season, so there hasn’t been enough time for the perceived “favorites” in each division to create separation between themselves and the rest of the pack. There will likely be tight division and wild card races that go down to game No. 162, [...]
Sometimes is takes a thorough embarrassment for a team to get things turned around.
According to ESPN Milwaukee’s Drew Olson, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo was arrested early Monday morning for OWI.
This past weekend, five of my friends and I embarked on a road trip to watch the Milwaukee Brewers play a series in Missouri against the St. Louis Cardinals. We all wore different amounts of Brewers gear, ranging from a replica Ryan Braun jersey to simply a Milwaukee cap. We were met with all different [...]