Familia's shaky spring doesn't worry Mets

New York's closer could have an early test in the opening series when he faces his arch-nemesis in Kansas City. .
April 1, 2016

Twins Recap: April Brings Wins

April is usually a month where teams try to find their legs. The Twins, however, got out to a sprinting start to the 2010 season, thanks to some great pitching, and timely hitting. Francisco Liriano found his old form, Justin Morneau and Joe Mauer are killing the ball, and the bullpen has been lights out.
May 1, 2010

TCD Series Recap: Twins at Chicago White Sox

The Twins took two of three from division rival Chicago this past weekend, thanks to some timely hitting, and some clutch pitching. The Twins got a huge home run from Jason Kubel, a great start from Francisco Liriano, and many other key contributions over the weekend. Here is our series recap.
April 11, 2010

TCD Series Recap: Twins at Angels

The Minnesota Twins got off to a fast start to the 2010 season this week, taking three of four games from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. After a sub-par effort from starter Scott Baker in game one, the Twins got great starting pitching from Nick Blackburn, Carl Pavano, and Kevin Slowey, and have taken first place in the AL Central going into the season's first weekend.
April 9, 2010

Does the Pena Trade Signal a Fire Sale?

That the Arizona Diamondbacks would make trades three weeks prior to the July 31 trade deadline is not a surprise. It is a little surprising, however, that they would deal Tony Pena, a reliever long thought to be the future closer of the organization who will not be free agent eligible for another three years. What does this mean for subsequent deals over the next three weeks?
July 8, 2009

Scherzer Dominant in 2nd Big League Victory

When Brandon Webb returns from the disabled list, the Arizona Diamondbacks may find themselves with three aces, since Max Scherzer made the hottest team in baseball look impotent at the plate Tuesday night.
May 27, 2009

Buckner Better as a Starter

Billy Buckner' spot start Friday was nearly spotless, quite a departure from his April struggles in the Arizona Diamondbacks' bullpen.
May 23, 2009

D-backs exercise 2010 option on Rauch

PHOENIX -- The Arizona Diamondbacks have exercised their $2.9 million 2010 contract option on right-handed pitcher Jon Rauch as announced by D-backs' Executive Vice President and General Manager Josh Byrnes.
November 1, 2008