SEATTLE – Others might have tried to do as much, but it’s impossible to believe that any Mariners pitcher put in more work during baseball’s coronavirus shutdown than Yusei Kikuchi.
Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka is unsure whether he will be able to take his first turn through the rotation as he recovers from a line drive off his head.
Opening day rosters have gained clarity as the Atlanta Braves reached an agreement with outfielder Yasiel Puig and Tampa Bay pitcher Tyler Glasnow provided hopes for teams awaiting players to be cleared following positive tests for the coronavirus.
A person with knowledge of the deal says the Atlanta Braves have agreed to a one-year deal with free agent outfielder Yasiel Puig. The agreement helps the Braves address a depth problem in their outfield.
Soft-spoken, unfailingly polite with a voice that’s more southern Sunday school teacher than big league baseball player, Kendall Graveman shows noticeable impatience and a slight frustration in his tone when he talks about his desire to pitch in a game again.
San Francisco catcher Buster Posey became the latest well-known player to opt out of the abbreviated 2020 season.
Baseball players got a sense of what the game will be like without fans in the stands upon returning for workouts last week.
Baseball has its answer to World Cup soccer’s penalty kicks, NFL overtimes or NHL shootouts.
When the games start, Kyle Seager doesn’t intend to be wearing a mask all the time.
As Major League Baseball cautiously tiptoes closer toward beginning its delayed 2020 season, several teams welcomed back players who might have been exposed to the coronavirus and the San Francisco Giants resumed workouts Wednesday after finally receiving the results of COVID-19 tests administered over the weekend.
They will no longer be silent. They will no longer be afraid to speak up for what they believe is right and speak out against what they know to be wrong. They’ll educate teammates and others who don’t understand. And they won’t back down from this fight.
SEATTLE – You don’t have to preach to Mariners center fielder Braden Bishop about the contagious nature of the novel coronavirus. His younger brother Hunter contracting it was all the confirmation he needed.
The novel coronavirus wasn’t going to let T-Mobile Park open the 2020 season under any circumstance.
After weeks of acrimonious discussions over salary between billionaire owners and millionaire players, major league baseball will commence later in the month.
Perhaps the only thing normal about this Fourth of July in terms of tradition was the cooler temperatures and cloudy morning skies in the Puget Sound region, which gave way to a minimally warmer afternoon with a few less clouds and hints of sunshine.
SEATTLE – The most recent pitcher to start a game for the Mariners during the interrupted spring training was supposed to be the pitcher to start Opening Day at T-Mobile Park vs. the Texas Rangers.
On this Fourth of July, even the return of baseball didn’t offer much cause for celebration.
Dodgers pitcher David Price won't play this season because of concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, delaying his Los Angeles debut until next year.
Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka was alert and sent to a hospital after he was hit in the head by a line drive off the bat of slugger Giancarlo Stanton during live batting practice Saturday, a frightening scene during the team’s first official summer camp workout.