Free agent reliever Craig Kimbrel, the career leader in saves among active pitchers with 333, per Baseball Reference, remains unsigned with less than a week to go before Opening Day of 2019 Major League Baseball season. But though Kimbrel has been linked to several clubs, nothing has materialized for the
Baseball is back — more or less. The 2019 Major league Baseball season officially opens on Wednesday with the first of a two-game set matching the Seattle Mariners against last season’s American League second Wild Card team, the Oakland Athletics. But as MLB.com notes, for the first time since 2012,
After weeks of speculation that Bryce Harper, who signed a $330 million contract with the Philadelphia Phillies, would recruit Mike Trout to join him in Philadelphia, Trout is staying put in California — reportedly, for $100 million more than what Harper received. According to a report by ESPN’s Jeff Passan,
As of March 17, with this year’s Opening Day just 11 days away, three major free agents remain on the market. One of them, former Boston Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel, has attracted no real interest from teams despite his glowing credentials. Kimbrel leads all active relievers in career saves
Former baseball star Alex Rodriguez made news over the weekend for getting engaged to star actress and singer Jennifer Lopez, with the ex-Yankee raising eyebrows by gifting his future bride with a strikingly enormous ring. Two days later, another ex-ballplayer and tabloid mainstay is leveling some shocking charges at Rodriguez.
Nine days after he signed a 13-year, $330 million contract with the Philadelphia Phillies, Bryce Harper finally saw his first game action in a Phillies uniform in Saturday’s spring training game in which the Phillies hosted the Toronto Blue Jays in Clearwater. In the game, Harper came to bat twice,