Major league teams try to ramp up the competition in camp

Baseball / MLB Jul 14, 2020

Major league teams try to ramp up the competition in camp

Well-traveled Milwaukee Brewers first baseman-outfielder Logan Morrison figures it will be easy for him to adjust to games without spectators this season. "I played for the Rays and the Marlins, so I’m used to it,” Morrison said. The Brewers and other major league teams worked out ...

Twins finalize deal to acquire pitcher Kenta Maeda from Dodgers

Baseball / MLB Feb 11, 2020

Twins finalize deal to acquire pitcher Kenta Maeda from Dodgers

The Minnesota Twins said Monday they have officially acquired Kenta Maeda from the Los Angeles Dodgers after a reported three-team trade involving the Boston Red Sox was reconfigured into two separate deals. The Dodgers are sending the veteran right-hander, catching prospect Jair Camargo and ...

Baseball / Japanese Baseball Jan 4, 2018

Dragons sign Dillon Gee to one-year deal

The Chunichi Dragons have signed right-hander Dillon Gee, who had major-league stints with the Texas Rangers and Minnesota Twins in 2017, on a one-year contract. The 31-year-old American, who was 3-2 with a 3.47 ERA in the major leagues last year, has agreed to terms ...

Questions abound as MLB postseason starts

General | MAN ABOUT SPORTS Oct 3, 2017

Questions abound as MLB postseason starts

by Dave Wiggins

Some burning questions (and answers) entering the 2017 MLB postseason. Will Cleveland and Arizona, record-breaking streakers, be able to maintain their regular season momentum? The Indians went on an American League record 22-game win streak near the end of the regular season. (The MLB mark is the ...