1. Josh Donaldson Reportedly out 2-4 Weeks with Calf Injury

    Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson reportedly could miss up to a month of action while recovering from a calf injury...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 13 days ago 5,483 reads 0 comments

  2. MLB's Biggest Winners and Losers from the First 2 Weeks of the 2017 Season

    Perhaps you haven't heard, but the major league season is long. There's time for peaks and valleys, lulls and resurrections. The last shall be first, and the first shall be last — maybe...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 17 days ago 63,395 reads 0 comments

  3. Josh Donaldson Exits Game vs. Baltimore Orioles with Calf Injury

    Toronto Blue Jays star Josh Donaldson exited Thursday's game against the Baltimore Orioles in the sixth inning, the team announced . The Baltimore Sun 's Eduardo A. Encina reported Donaldson appeared to be holding his right calf...

    Scott Polacek Written by Scott Polacek about 17 days ago 4,518 reads 0 comments

  4. Josh Donaldson Out of Starting Lineup vs. Brewers with Calf Injury

    Toronto Blue Jays slugger Josh Donaldson will not be in the starting lineup for Tuesday's home opener against the Milwaukee Brewers at Rogers Centre because of a calf injury, ...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 19 days ago 1,110 reads 0 comments

  5. MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Teams Stand After Opening Week

    The first week of the 2017 MLB season has come and gone, and as is usually the case with this wonderful sport, little went as expected...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 21 days ago 113,545 reads 0 comments

  6. Josh Donaldson Exits Game vs. Rays with Calf Injury

    Toronto Blue Jays star Josh Donaldson left Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Rays with right calf tightness, the team announced . MLB ...

    Rob Goldberg Written by Rob Goldberg about 21 days ago 7,818 reads 0 comments

  7. What Can MLB Pitchers Do to Stop the Return of the Home Run Era?

    Major League Baseball pitchers don't have it too bad. Strikeouts are at an all-time high and, not so coincidentally, scoring is well below the heights it reached in the 1990s and 2000s...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 26 days ago 13,653 reads 0 comments