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Today's links look at what the Red Sox will do at the trade deadline, the beneficiary of Ryan Hanigan's return, and the growth of Eduardo Rodriguez. Ben Cherington details the difficulties of the trade deadline for a team like the Red Sox. (



If nothing else, Jacob deGrom proved he’s mortal after all. The reigning rookie of the year lasted just 5.1 innings against the Cubs on Thursday and allowed four runs, three earned, on seven hits, two walks and only struck out two. The loss ...

The Mariners meet the other end of a shut out and are pretty sad about it We all endeavor to understand the world around us. I endeavor to understand why the Mariners are not a very good baseball tea...

Hey baseball fans! One of the coolest things that a pitcher can achieve in baseball is an immaculate inning. What is an immaculate inning, you ask? Well, an immaculate inning is simple: nine pitches, all strikes, three strikeouts. It's one of the...

After a frustrating series loss to the Rangers, the Orioles head to Chicago for a three game Independence Day weekend series. What're y...

Plus: Chris Sale named AL's best pitcher in June, the Cardinals' hacking scandal has its first casualty, and more While the White Sox were idle on Thursday night, the Oakland Athletics shut out the Seattle Mariners, which means the White S...

George Springer will miss six weeks with a broken wrist. I find in these times of sadness it's best to turn to the ones you love, your family. But it's also important to not forget why you were sad either, so you don't lose perspective. So prin...

Got a dozen questions for you in the mailbag this week. Use the “For The Mailbag” form in the sidebar to send us any questions throughout the week. Soxhata asks: Other than Ben Zobrist, what 2nd baseman could be on the radar? Zobrist ...


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Tigers 8, Blue Jays 6: Backed by run support, Anibal Sanchez takes no-hitter into 8th for slim win
Backed by several runs with a rearranged lineup, Sanchez took a no-hitter into the eighth inning before the bullpen imploded. DETROIT -- Anibal Sanchez was Sanchezing again. While his final line won't reflect it, he was outstanding. With a...

Tigers' Anibal Sanchez, Alex Avila prime example of pitcher-catcher chemistry
Even the most valuable pitchers aren't their best without a trustworthy catcher who can read him like a book. DETROIT -- Anibal Sanchez has now given the

Draft Signings: Thomas Eshelman, Bryan Hudson
Let’s catch up on some recent draft signings, with slot values via Baseball America: The Astros have locked up second-rounder Thomas Eshelman for a $1.1MM bonus that falls shy of the $1,325,700 slot value, Jim Callis of MLB.com reports on ...

Rangers Designate Neftali Feliz, Activate Matt Harrison
The Rangers have designated righty Neftali Feliz for assignment, Anthony Andro of FOX Sports Southwest reports on Twitter. His roster spot will go to starter Matt Harrison, who will return to the big leagues after a long layoff for serious …...

DotF: Bird promoted to Triple-A after another big game
Some news and notes: Both 1B Greg Bird (14th) and RHP Luis Severino (16th) made this week’s Prospect Hot Sheet. One of these days the molten hot OF Dustin Fowler will get some love. Maybe. Possibly. Probably not. The Yankees have acquired O...

Rare competence: Braves 2, Phillies 1
The Phillies saw something so rare, it should be awed at and documented; a good start from a starting pitcher. It is not something the Phillies are used to seeing. When starter


While many think that half the teams in MLB should be trading their veterans for youngsters (because rebuilding takes the pressure off, they think), only two teams in baseball, MIL and PHIL, are 10+ games out of the 2nd wildcard spot. That means e...


The cable feed died, so I turned on the radio, and Joe Block points out Tyler Cravy was Rule 5 eligible, but no one took him, despite being an all star last season. Thankfully, he doesn't throw hard.


The Rambling wife and son went to a fireworks show, but I chose to skip it, because while I enjoy lights in the sky; I do not like bugs, gatherings, or changing out of my stay at home clothes. She just texted me to say it is cooling off and I sho...

White Sox 1, Orioles 0: John Danks, out of nowhere
Embattled lefty throws seven shutout innings and makes a Jose Abreu solo shot stand up The recap for this one is pretty simple: John Danks pulled one of those random great games out of his butt,

Fantastic Fiers and beastly Brewers rout Reds: MIL 12, CIN 1
This was easily one of the best and most enjoyable games of the season. The Reds were absolutely trounced. Brewers Starting Pitcher: Mike Fiers Opponent Starting Pitcher: Michael Lorenzen Winning Pitcher: Mike Fiers Losing Pitcher: Micha...

SD 2, STL 1: Cashner deals, Gyorkstore back open for business
Andrew Cashner threw pitched very well while Jedd Gyorko did things that could be described as "clutch." The San Diego Padres have just won back-to-back games on the road against a first place

Orioles offense continues to struggle as they lose the White Sox, 1-0
Ubaldo Jimenez pitched another strong game, but the Orioles offense couldn't help out For a while there it looked like Ubaldo Jimenez was not going to have a good night. His pitch count was high early on, the...

Giants drop fourth or fifth straight, I don't even know
I guess it's the fourth straight. Whatever. Before the recap resumes its standard format of "Look at this good thing this Giants player did" and "look at this dumb thing this Giants player did," we should probably note the most important ...

The Brewers spit Hot Fiers, smoke the Reds 12-1
Who are the 5 best pitchers of all time? Think about it. Fiers, Fiers, Fiers, Fiers and Fiers. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game The Reds aren't a contending team. Anyone with two e...

Mets Willing To Overpay For Ben Zobrist
Updating this previous report that the Mets and Oakland A’s were discussing a deal for Ben Zobrist, comes a new report from Joel Sherman of the New York Post. When Sandy Alderson recently stated he was willing to “overpay” for the right ...

Tigers' Miguel Cabrera exits game with left calf strain, will undergo MRI
Cabrera pulled up while attempting to take second base in the fourth and was pulled from the game. DETROIT -- Miguel Cabrera was pulled in the fourth inning after an apparent injury to his left leg on Friday n...

Trade Market Notes: Zobrist, Hamels, Tulo, Orioles
We’ve already heard that the Mets and Athletics have had discussions regarding the former’s interest in utility man par excellence Ben Zobrist. And New York GM Sandy Alderson has said that he is “prepared to overpay” for t...

Meet Me in St Louis
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