MLB, Sports

Roy Oswalt: Strict pitch counts contributing to elbow injuries

Little leaguers are throwing too many pitches, too many curve balls, and their arms can’t handle the abuse. That’s why we’re seeing so many elbow injuries and so many pitchers, young and old, undergoing Tommy John surgery. Right? Maybe not. … Continued

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Roy Oswalt: Strict pitch counts contributing to elbow injuries

Little leaguers are throwing too many pitches, too many curve balls, and their arms can’t handle the abuse. That’s why we’re seeing so many elbow injuries and so many pitchers, young and old, undergoing Tommy John surgery. Right? Maybe not. … Continued

MLB, Sports

MLB’s future stars shine on MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio brought you the game’s stars of tomorrow with extensive coverage from on the field, in the dugout, and in the stands of the 2014 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game!

MLB, Sports

MLB’s future stars shine on MLB Network Radio

MLB Network Radio brought you the game’s stars of tomorrow with extensive coverage from on the field, in the dugout, and in the stands of the 2014 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game!

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Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (7/7-7/11)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. The biggest stories of the week were the ongoing developments in NBA free agency, specifically the Summer of ‘Melo and the Summer of LeBron. Going back to … Continued

Sports

Schein on Sports: Week in review and a weekend preview (7/7-7/11)

Everything you need to know heading into the weekend in the world of sports. Pop. Sizzle. The biggest stories of the week were the ongoing developments in NBA free agency, specifically the Summer of ‘Melo and the Summer of LeBron. Going back to … Continued

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Adam Schein goes off on John Lackey: ‘Bag it!’

John Lackey turned some heads with his comments about Nelson Cruz earlier this week. After Cruz torched Lackey for three hits, a homer and a double in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader, the Boston pitcher said the following: I’m … Continued

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Adam Schein goes off on John Lackey: ‘Bag it!’

John Lackey turned some heads with his comments about Nelson Cruz earlier this week. After Cruz torched Lackey for three hits, a homer and a double in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader, the Boston pitcher said the following: I’m … Continued

MLB, Sports

Oakland A’s, owners of league’s best record, get respect from players, fans

The Oakland Athletics are (finally) getting the respect they deserve from fans, players and managers around the game. A year after the Bay Area was home to the biggest All-Star snub, third baseman Josh Donaldson, Oakland (55-33) is home to … Continued

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Oakland A’s, owners of league’s best record, get respect from players, fans

The Oakland Athletics are (finally) getting the respect they deserve from fans, players and managers around the game. A year after the Bay Area was home to the biggest All-Star snub, third baseman Josh Donaldson, Oakland (55-33) is home to … Continued

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Nelson Cruz turns down trip to Home Run Derby

Nelson Cruz, currently tied for second in the American League in home runs with 27, won’t be representing the AL in this year’s Home Run Derby, he revealed on MLB Network Radio. “Yeah, [Jose Bautista] called me, and I said … Continued

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Nelson Cruz turns down trip to Home Run Derby

Nelson Cruz, currently tied for second in the American League in home runs with 27, won’t be representing the AL in this year’s Home Run Derby, he revealed on MLB Network Radio. “Yeah, [Jose Bautista] called me, and I said … Continued

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Rangers’ Daniels on security breach: I feel for the Astros

What do other baseball executives think of the Houston Astros’ information leak? Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels spoke with Jim Bowden and Casey Stern about the news Monday on MLB Network Radio. Earlier this week, 10 months of internal trade … Continued

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Rangers’ Daniels on security breach: I feel for the Astros

What do other baseball executives think of the Houston Astros’ information leak? Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels spoke with Jim Bowden and Casey Stern about the news Monday on MLB Network Radio. Earlier this week, 10 months of internal trade … Continued

MLB, Sports

Managers assess Rule 7.13 on MLB Network Radio

One of the biggest controversies and conversation starters in Major League Baseball this season has been Rule 7.13, which was adopted this season on an experimental basis to protect catchers. Under Rule 7.13, a runner “may not deviate from his … Continued

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Managers assess Rule 7.13 on MLB Network Radio

One of the biggest controversies and conversation starters in Major League Baseball this season has been Rule 7.13, which was adopted this season on an experimental basis to protect catchers. Under Rule 7.13, a runner “may not deviate from his … Continued

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When did A.J. Ellis start thinking ‘no-hitter’ for Clayton Kershaw?

Clayton Kershaw pitched what the Major League Baseball Twitter account called one of the most dominant games in baseball history Wednesday night, striking out 15 Colorado Rockies en route to a no-hitter. Soak it in, @ClaytonKersh22. You just pitched one of … Continued

MLB, Sports

When did A.J. Ellis start thinking ‘no-hitter’ for Clayton Kershaw?

Clayton Kershaw pitched what the Major League Baseball Twitter account called one of the most dominant games in baseball history Wednesday night, striking out 15 Colorado Rockies en route to a no-hitter. Soak it in, @ClaytonKersh22. You just pitched one of … Continued

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Sandy Alderson: New York Mets may be buyers at trade deadline

Entering the 2014 MLB season, the New York Mets’ $89 million payroll ranked 22nd in the big leagues, and more than $100 million less than their cross-city rivals, the New York Yankees. Despite the team’s recent frugality, though, general manager … Continued

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Sandy Alderson: New York Mets may be buyers at trade deadline

Entering the 2014 MLB season, the New York Mets’ $89 million payroll ranked 22nd in the big leagues, and more than $100 million less than their cross-city rivals, the New York Yankees. Despite the team’s recent frugality, though, general manager … Continued

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