Hiram Burgos stuck on the mound for three awful innings while the Cincinnati Reds tagged him. All those hits stung Milwaukee manager Ron Roenicke, too.
Justin Upton and the Atlanta Braves had all sorts of trouble with AT&T Park's tricky outfield. San Francisco pitching posed quite a problem, too.
ESPN.com is reporting that the owners of the Sacramento Kings, the Maloof family, have cut a new deal with the Chris Hansen-led group attempting to move them to Seattle. The deal would be a “backup” plan, giving Hansen 20 percent of the team for $125 million but allowing the Maloof
Knicks guard J.R. Smith played against the Pacers in Game 3 on Saturday night after being iffy to go because of an illness.
Stephen Strasburg was at his dominant best in the early going Saturday, retiring 13 of the first 14 Chicago Cubs he faced, seven via strikeout.
Defensive tackles Jordan Hill and Jesse Williams are looking to contribute any way they can for the Seahawks this season.
Sounds like Pat McAfee could use a crying towel.
Last week's rankings in parentheses Team 1 Cardinals (3) Much easier to deal with loss of Chris Carpenter when you have Shelby Miller 2...
Day two of the Seahawks’ rookie mini-camp is in the books. Coach Pete Carroll did not meet the media today, so no real news to pass along. There was one new player with local ties getting a tryout, running back Peter Nguyen of Bellevue High and Montana. Draft picks Chris Harper (receiver), Luk
Jay Bruce homered his first time up, then doubled twice during a seven-run burst as the Cincinnati Reds delighted a sellout crowd, battering the Milwaukee Brewers 13-7 on Saturday.
Madison Bumgarner struck out a season-high 11 over seven innings, Gregor Blanco entered in the fifth as a pinch hitter and drove in four runs, and the San Francisco Giants routed the Atlanta Braves 10-1 Saturday.
Here’s a couple of videos of Washington coach Lorenzo Romar at today’s Marv Harshman memorial service. And here’s the second part.
Thought I’d post some videos from today’s Marv Harshman memorial service at the University of Washington. The list of speakers included: David and Rick Harshman, Jim Van Beek, Bob Houbregs, Sue Beyer, Detlef Shrempf, Hugh Campbell, Lorenzo Romar, Steve Hawes, Bud Norris, Jud Heathcote an
Jordany Valdespin had to take his medicine - via a 94 mph fastball.
Francisco Liriano finally got to pitch for Pittsburgh and, just like that, the Pirates looked like a much better team.
There's no panic button for Walt Weiss. The Colorado Rockies' manager has trust in an offense that entered the weekend as the National League's best, even though it's scrounging for table scraps these days.
Beset by injuries, Boston's bullpen can't close it out.
Hisashi Iwakuma was barely hittable with a blister on the middle finger of his throwing hand. The thought of what the Mariners' starting...
The good news for ex-Mariner Michael Pineda is that his recovery from shoulder surgery seems to be going well. He is scheduled to pitch...
Shelby Miller retired the last 27 batters Friday night, finishing with a one-hitter. A day later, the St. Louis Cardinals rookie sat in the dugout and watched Adam Wainwright nearly top that feat.