The third start with down velocity was the charm, as the Yankees starter goes to the DL with a sore arm.
Hours after partaking in a meltdown, the Jays waive their former first-round pick.
After a nightmarish week, the Mets go to a 13-man pitching staff.
Trevor Cahill becomes the latest beneficiary of Billy Beane’s extension-happy behavior, but will he find the same success as his predecessors?
Boston shows confidence in its man despite a rough start to the season.
The all-time great calls it a career in light of a possible suspension.
From first round pick to nondescript release, Hansen’s career is heading down the wrong path.
Despite facing divisional heavyweights in the Phillies and the Braves, the Marlins might have what it takes to play in October.
The Pirates up-and-down starter keeps his sinker down for a mixed start to the regular season.
The triumphant arrival of Zach Britton could herald a pitching renaissance for the Orioles.
In which five BPers offer some additional optimism and pessimism for 2011.
With camps breaking, there are some new names filling out old rosters.
The Braves receive an intriguing arm in exchange for one they left unprotected in the Rule 5 draft.
Milwaukee’s offseason of trading minor leaguers for big league upgrades continues.
Brandon Beachy is the fifth starter, but that could change sooner than later.