13 players ties for the second-most in MLB history
by: Anders Jorstad — SB Nation: Lookout Landing 13 Jun
Some links to get your Wednesday started off.
by: Barry Jackson — Miami Herald 4 Jun
The Marlins are on a bad streak of free agent signings, pre-dating the new ownership, and here's who's responsible.
by: Brady Klopfer — SB Nation: McCovey Chronicles 1 Jun
You have to squint a little, though.
by: Gary Peterson — Mercury News 29 May
Giants reliever Hunter Strickland didn’t initiate the incident, but he orchestrated it, asking catcher Busty Posey to not intervene.
by: Joseph Zucker — Bleacher Report 29 May
Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander reveled in the negative reception he received during Monday's 5-1 win over the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium. Verlander pitched 6...
by: Scott Polacek — Bleacher Report 28 May
The San Francisco Giants are calling up the son of a Hall of Famer. ESPN.com reported the Giants called up pitcher Dereck Rodriguez on Monday to join their bullpen and sent utility man Miguel Gomez to Triple-A to clear space on the roster...
by: Timothy Rapp — Bleacher Report 28 May
The Atlanta Braves announced Monday that Ronald Acuna Jr.'s MRI revealed a left knee ACL sprain, a left knee contusion and a back contusion. They will be placing the outfielder on the disabled list, and he will be re-evaluated in 10 days...
Welington Castillo is the 1st Chicago baseball player suspended under MLB's drug policy. Here are the other 87 players since 2005.
by: Associated Press — Chicago Tribune 25 May
Players that have been suspended for violations of the Major League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program since 2005 when testing with penalties for first violations began.
by: Satchel Price — Chicago Sun-Times 24 May
In over a decade of MLB testing players for performance-enhancing drugs, Welington Castillo is the first Sox or Cubs player to be busted.
by: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — NY Daily News 15 May