Barry Zito has been placed on the DL for the first time in 12 years, but what other pitchers have done the same or better in their careers?
Grady Sizemore returns, Barry Zito is introduced to the DL, and a quartet of backs act up.
Fantasy owners know to own Jeremy Hellickson, but when will they learn to use him? Plus, a pair of Royals relievers who should be on your radar.
Justin Masterson and Willie Bloomquist are still who they always were, but there are a handful of early-season gems worth grabbing.
Joe Mauer’s season could be in serious danger, Aroldis Chapman is dealing with arm pain, and the Yankees bullpen is frayed around the edges.
Josh Hamilton and Rafael Furcal suffer their latest in a long line of injuries, while Ryan Zimmerman shows more signs of strain.
After the rookie greatness of 2010, this year’s first-year National League class is Freeman and Belt and pray for gelt.
Two AL shortstops go down with oblique injuries, Kevin Slowey is hurt yet again, and the Angels can’t stop the bleeding.
A fallen Angel and new savior out west, a Blue Jay gets his wings, and a few part-time players take on full-time roles.
Cashner gets disabled, Dunn gets an appendectomy, and Escobar becomes the first potential visitor to the 7-day DL.
Mariner rookie Michael Pineda and brand-new Rangers starter Alexi Ogando faced off Tuesday night. How do the newbies stack up?
Adam Dunn undergoes an appendectomy, costing him a few games on the April calendar.
Guthrie develops pneumonia, Carlos Pena gets an owwie on his thumb, and Andrew Cashner exits his Tuesday start early.
Mike Scioscia has had enough with Fernando Rodney, which means the closer gig is Jordan Walden’s now.
Cardinals and Orioles get their wings clipped, Mike Stanton takes it easy, and concern over Phil Hughes’ velocity builds.