Morning news and notes for Friday, May 25, 2018.
by: Paul Folkemer — SB Nation: Camden Chat 1h
Even when the O’s win big, there seems to be some sort of ugliness going on. The flap between Jim Palmer, Chris Davis, and Scott Coolbaugh reached a fever pitch on Thursday.
by: Baltimore Sun — The Baltimore Sun 3h
Start with the fact that Bundy, 25, entered the game with three quality starts for a 0.70 ERA... Palmer questioned the work that Davis...
by: Mark Primiano — Baseball Prospectus: BP South Side 3h
A surprisingly useful side benefit of going into tremendous debt to become a dogtor has been applying my medical knowledge to baseball. So what is EPO? Thats what EPO use is.
by: Associated Press — Chicago Tribune 8h
White Sox left-hander Carlos Rodon was removed from a minor league rehab start Thursday after being hit in the forehead by a line drive.
by: Jason Martinez — MLB Trade Rumors 8h
ROSTER MOVES BY TEAM (May 23rd-May 24th) NATIONAL LEAGUE CINCINNATI REDS | Depth Chart Placed on 10-Day DL: RP Raisel Iglesias (strained …
by: The Associated Press — Boston Herald 4h
CLEVELAND — Charlie Morton remained unbeaten this season with six solid innings, Alex Bregman and Jake Marisnick hit three-run homers and the Houston Astros defeated the Cleveland Indians 8-2 on Thursday night.Morton (7-0) allowed two runs and five hits..
by: NBC Sports Chicago — NBC Sports Chicago 5h
David Haugh (Chicago Tribune), Nick Friedell (ESPN.com) and Patrick Finley (Chicago Sun-Times) join David Kaplan on the panel.
MLB Thursday scores, highlights, live team updates, news: Matz, Nimmo lead Mets to win - CBSSports.com
by: Dayn Perry — CBS Sports 9h
Also, the Astros truck the Indians, Porcello is struggling, so are the Pirates and more
by: ABC News — Yahoo Sports 10h
Chicago White Sox catcher Welington Castillo has been suspended 80 games for violating the league's joint drug agreement, Major League Baseball announced Thursday. Castillo is being banned for using erythropoietin (EPO), a performance-enhancing substance.
by: Scot Gregor — Daily Herald 11h
Veteran catcher Welington Castillo apologized to his Chicago White Sox teammates, general manager Rick Hahn and manager Rick Renteria after being hit with an 80-game suspension for testing positive for using a performance-enhancing drug.
News in the Past 30 days
- Jose Abreu
- Tim Anderson
- Luis Avilan
- Luis Alexander Basabe
- Aaron Bummer
- Welington Castillo
- Ian Clarkin
- Ryan Cordell
- Matt Davidson
- Nicky Delmonico
- Adam Engel
- Danny Farquhar
- Jace Fry
- Carson Fulmer
- Avisail Garcia
- Leury Garcia
- Casey Gillaspie
- Lucas Giolito
- Miguel Gonzalez
- Gregory Infante
- Eloy Jimenez
- Nate Jones
- Juan Minaya
- Daniel Palka
- Carlos Rodon
- Tyler Saladino
- James Shields
- Kevan Smith
- Joakim Soria
- Charlie Tilson
- Thyago Vieira