Red Sox SP Chris Sale Undergoes Successful Tommy John Surgery

Boston Red Sox left-handed starting pitcher Chris Sale underwent successful ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction surgery, commonly known as "Tommy John surgery," on Monday after being injured during Spring Training.

MLB Agrees to Pay $170 Million to Players in Salary Advance

Major League Baseball has made a significant step in the attempt to resolve several issues that arose from the possibility of having a canceled or shorter 2020 season due to ongoing coronavirus pandemic. According to ESPN's Jeff Passan, the league...

Rangers OF Willie Calhoun Cleared For Baseball Activities

The Texas Rangers were dealt a huge scare during Spring Training when outfielder Willie Calhoun's jaw was broken in an exhibition game after being hit by a 95-mile-per hour Julio Urias fastball. Now, only...

Mets SP Noah Syndergaard Has Torn UCL, to Undergo Tommy John Surgery

The New York Mets' rotation was dealt a blow on Tuesday after learning that key pitcher Noah Syndergaard will miss the 2020 season due to a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow.

All-Star Slugger Giancarlo Stanton “Ready to Go” According to Yankees’ Manager

New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton is recovering from his calf injury as planned. According to Yankees' manager Aaron Boone, Stanton would be ready for spring training games if they were to start today.  Stanton was...

Red Sox Ace Chris Sale Will Undergo Tommy John Surgery

Chaim Bloom, the team's chief baseball operator, announced Thursday that Chris Sale will undergo Tommy John surgery. The left-hander decided to do the procedure now in order not to miss significant time in the 2021 season.

Padres RP Andrés Muñoz Undergoes Tommy John Surgery

The San Diego Padres announced over the weekend that talented right-handed relief pitcher Andrés Muñoz will go under the knife to fix a torn ulnar collateral ligament, an injury that will put him out of commission for...

Astros’ All-Star Justin Verlander Undergoes Groin Surgery

Houston Astros' All-Star pitcher Justin Verlander decided to use the MLB offseason to address a nagging groin injury. According to Astros' general manager James Click, Verlander underwent groin surgery and will spend the next six weeks rehabbing.

MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred Says Season Will Start in Mid-May, at Earliest

Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred shared the news that baseball fans were fearing on Monday, revealing that the sport's Opening Day will not take place until mid-May at the earliest in the midst of the current...

Nationals Release RP Hunter Strickland

After a rough start to the Spring Training campaign, the Washington Nationals decided to release relief pitcher Hunter Strickland over the weekend. Strickland made seven appearances prior to the...


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