The big matchup of these two-game series throughout baseball was the Tampa Bay Rays visiting the NY Yankees.
Rain, snow, and the cold wreaked havoc on baseball throughout the country on Tuesday. Two games were postponed but the others still played.
The old man delivered for the Philadelphia Phillies on Friday night. Veteran 47-year old left-hander Jamie Moyer became the oldest pitcher ever in baseball to hold an opponent scoreless in a complete game.
April has showed us that rookies will play a major part in the 2010 season. The talk of April has been the “watch” for Cincinnati Reds prospect Aroldis Chapman and Washington Nationals prospect Stephen Strasburg.
The Detroit Tigers Magglio Ordonez collected his 2,000th career hit on Thursday, a single in the fourth inning off of the Minnesota Twins Carl Pavano.
The NY Mets have moved into first place in the National League East as the Philadelphia Phillies continue to struggle.
There were quite a few Major League debuts on Friday night in MLB. First was the debut of Washington Nationals starting pitcher Luis Atilano, who was starting in place of the injured Jason Marquis. Atilano went six innings and allowed one run on five hits against the visiting LA Dodgers.
Offense was on display in Pittsburgh as the visiting Milwaukee Brewers put 20 runs on the board on 25 hits.
After being dominated for five innings by Texas Rangers starter Colby Lewis and watching knuckleballer Tim Wakefield struggle and allow 9 stolen bases and six runs, the Red Sox seemed to be destined for their sixth straight loss.
Rain played a major part in games played Friday night. In New York, the Yankees and Texas Rangers completed just six innings when the game was finally called. The Yankees won 5-1 as CC Sabathia dominated in the complete game win. CJ Wilson of the Rangers was hurt by poor defense and infield hits (four Read the Rest…
Throughout baseball, Jackie Robinson was celebrated on Thursday. Fans, players, coaches, and umpires, young and old, regardless of race joined in the annual celebration. Robinson was a pioneer for African-American players and for all athletes who have fought for a dream. All players and coaches wore his retired number 42 and the umpires wore number Read the Rest…