1. MLB: Eric Wedge Loses it After Latest Loss By Seattle Mariners

    After the Seattle Mariners lost to the Kansas City Royals today, 7-0, Eric Wedge held a closed door meeting and ripped into his team like no other, according to Geoff Baker of the Seattle Times ...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 1,071 reads 8 comments

  2. Carlos Beltran's Restuarant Being Sued

    New York Mets OF Carlos Beltran has bad knees, and apparently bad business practices as well. According the local CBS affiliate in New York City, Beltran, who is the co-owner ...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 247 reads 0 comments

  3. New York Mets' Chris Young on DL: Put Him in Bullpen?

    Almost a year ago to the day, the San Diego Padres placed RHP Chris Young on the 15-day DL because of right shoulder tightness after just one start. At the time, I wrote that when Young comes off the DL, he should be put in the bullpen...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 216 reads 4 comments

  4. So Where Do Your Favorite Chicago Cub Players Live?

    With a tip o’ the cap to The Big Lead , I came across an article in the Chicago Tribune about Chicago Cubs’ LHP Sean Marshall ‘s latest purchase. Apparently Marshall has paid $1...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 794 reads 2 comments

  5. MLB 2011: Minnesota Twins Put Joe Mauer on the Disabled List

    Francisco Liriano wants to pitch to contact, Joe Nathan is blowing saves, Justin Morneau has a .619 OPS, Tsuyoshi Nishioka has a broken leg, and the normally passive Minnesota Twin fanbase is getting restless...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 239 reads 2 comments

  6. San Diego Padres' Dustin Moseley Gets No Support

    The Houston Astros beat the San Diego Padres last 1-0, dropping the Padres to 5-7 on the young season. The “losing” pitcher in last night’s game was Dustin Moseley ...

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  7. Jason Varitek Gets Engaged

    It was quite the birthday weekend last weekend for the Boston Red Sox captain. On Jason Varitek ’s 39th birthday, he proposed to girlfriend Catherine Panagiotopoulos at Strega Waterfront in Boston...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 1,773 reads 0 comments

  8. Rima Fakih to Try Wrestling and Dating Baseball Players

    The other night I caught some of WWE’s Tough Enough and saw Miss USA Rima Fakih was a contestant. For those of you not familiar with Tough Enough , it’s a reality show that will reward the winning contestant a WWE contract...

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  9. MLB: Carlos Delgado Retires

    Very quietly and without much fanfare, Carlos Delgado has called it a career. Delgado, 38, officially retired on Wednesday. Delgado played 17 years in the Major Leagues and amassed a 280/...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 30 reads 0 comments

  10. Aaron Crow Throwing Bullets for the Kansas City Royals

    It’s not often a Kansas City Royals ’ reliever not named Joakim Soria gets noticed. But I think it’s time we notice what Aaron Crow is doing out of the Royals ’ pen...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 559 reads 4 comments

  11. St. Louis Cardinals: Do They Have Another Option at Closer?

    Over the weekend, St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony LaRussa gave a vote of confidence to closer Ryan Franklin . The beleaguered closer is off to a rough start and has a 9.82 ERA in four games...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 976 reads 3 comments

  12. Michael Pineda: So Far, So Good for Seattle Mariners Starter

    Before the season, Seattle Mariners GM Jack Zduriencik was faced with a tough decision. Does he leave pitcher Michael Pineda in the minors or does he have him start the season ...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 25 reads 0 comments

  13. MLB Disabled List News and Notes

    Like with the start of every year, there has been a lot of disabled list activity. With a massive storm here in NYC raining out most the games on the East Coast, I thought it would ...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 64 reads 0 comments

  14. Cleveland Indians' Fast Start Fueled by Bullpen

    There have been story lines aplenty to start the 2011 baseball season. The Boston Red Sox's hot mess of a start, the Los Angeles Dodger fans who left a San Francisco Giant fan ...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 277 reads 4 comments

  15. New York Mets: Does Angel Pagan Really Have a Poor Approach At the Plate?

    During one of the rare free moments I had at work yesterday, I turned on the Mike Francesa Show on WFAN. I don’t mind Francesa as much as most people...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 493 reads 1 comments

  16. St. Louis Cardinals: Tony LaRussa's Strategy In The 11th

    Friday afternoon’s tilt between the St. Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants was an interesting one...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 204 reads 0 comments

  17. Atlanta Braves: Fredi Gonzalez Needs To Adjust His Lineup

    I don’t understand the logic of Atlanta Braves’ manager Fredi Gonzalez’s batting order. I thought the idea of putting a lineup together was to have your best hitters ...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 1,011 reads 5 comments

  18. Manny Ramirez Retires, Quitting on the Tampa Bay Rays

    Talented, awesome, dynamic, eccentric, lazy, nonchalant, smart (I’ll get to that one later), dangerous, feared, enigma, cheater and quitter. Those were just some of words that we used to describe Manny Ramirez throughout career...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 922 reads 0 comments

  19. New York Yankees' Phil Hughes Continues To Lack Velocity

    All spring, the New York Yankees showed no concern over Phil Hughes ' lack of velocity. Perhaps the shellacking he received on Friday at the hands of the Boston Red Sox will get their attention...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 385 reads 1 comments

  20. Chicago White Sox: Edwin Jackson Ginsu's The Tampa Bay Rays

    We knew going into this season, the Tampa Bay Rays’ offense would take a step back. But now without Evan Longoria in their lineup, they have taken a step back and fallen out the window...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 101 reads 0 comments

  21. Minnesota Twins' Tsuyoshi Nishioka Breaks Fibula

    When you see what happened to Minnesota Twins 2B Tsuyoshi Nishioka on Thursday afternoon in the Bronx, it kind of makes you think about how it doesn’t happen more often...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 227 reads 0 comments

  22. Chicago Cubs: Randy Wells and Andrew Cashner Injured, Head to DL

    There’s nothing like waking up in the morning and finding out that a team has lost 40 percent of its starting rotation in one day...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 249 reads 0 comments

  23. Boston Red Sox: All You Need to Know About Why the Red Sox Are Losing

    The Boston Red Sox dropped to 0-5 on the baseball season last night with their 8-4 loss to the Cleveland Indians , and panic has officially set in in New England. Things aren’t clicking on any cylinder for Boston ...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 315 reads 3 comments

  24. Fantasy Baseball: Is the Arizona Diamondbacks' Willie Bloomquist a Fantasy Stud?

    Every year, baseball provides us with surprises. This year, there may be no bigger fantasy surprise than Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Willie Bloomquist ...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 83 reads 0 comments

  25. St. Louis Cardinals: Matt Holliday May Return Sooner Than Reported 4-to-6 Weeks

    Update: So much for being out four-to-six weeks. According to Joe Strauss , Holliday has been cleared to resume baseball related activities...

    Adam Bernacchio Written by Adam Bernacchio about over 3 years ago 266 reads 0 comments