There’s some crazy stuff going down in Anaheim today. Also, perennial top young Orioles arm Dylan Bundy is hurt again. This time, it’s tricky.
MLB News and Rumors
Timed rounds and single elimination. It’ll be very different this year, if nothing else.
The Cubs reportedly aren’t interested in Jon Niese anymore. Any other pitcher trades make sense? A familiar face, perhaps? Plus so much more from the rumor mill.
The Miami slugger has a broken hand, which mostly a bummer.
It’s almost July, but the true sellers still haven’t emerged from the pack.
The former Cubs legend was never in a great situation in Philadelphia, and big changes are coming.
Are the Cubs going to pick up a pitcher sooner rather than later? Are the recent Hamels/Rangers rumors going anywhere? Are the Reds selling?
The cover didn’t quite work, though.
We’ll see if this heats up, but, for now, it emphasizes how fluid the trade market is.
Did Jose Tabata intentionally take a HBP to break up Scherzer’s perfecto? Also: you really do have to see this slider to believe it. Except you won’t believe it.
Reinstatement may have been close for Rose, baseball’s all-time hits leader, but it’s now virtually impossible to see.
That’s a first, and puts Melissa Mayeux on the radar as one of the better young players in France.
A strange trade for the two teams ultimately has a plain explanation.
There may have been three separate incursions, starting back in 2012.
The Cubs are “clearly in contention,” so they’ll continue to look for upgrades – including on the starting pitching side.
Winners of seven in a row, the Pirates are separating from the pack. What does that mean for the Cubs?
GM John Mozeliak emphasizes that he was absolutely not involved.
It didn’t take long for the Padres to fill their managerial vacancy. Also, a look at how an NBA team is handling injuries, and how it could work in MLB.