Minnesota Twins pitcher Jose Berrios falls into that category of good short-term investment as long as the buying price is right.
Don’t look now, but rookie Josh Bell is heating up after a sluggish start. So much so, his manager Clint Hurdle changed his mind after declaring him not ready to bat in the cleanup spot.
Considered by Baseball America to have that power and speed combination most teams covet, Bradley Zimmer showed some of that skill in his second career Major League game.
On Derek Jeter Day in New York yesterday, Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros hit his first career grand slam in front of his childhood idol.
For a player of his size, Miguel Sano of the Minnesota Twins was expected to hit homeruns. But could he do more?
Articles like the one on Fox Business asking whether Aaron Judge is the next Jeter are probably a little too optimistic.
What a peculiar season it’s been so far in 2017 particularly for the Toronto Blue Jays who contended for the American League (AL) championship title last year but now find themselves in the basement.