Dose: Young And Athletics

Dose: Young And Athletics
Nate Grimm recaps the future's arrival in Oakland, a time frame for A.J. Pollock's activation and Lance McCullers' strong return in Sunday's Dose.
read more

Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days

Video Center

  •  
    Jesse: MLB Power Rankings

    Jesse: MLB Power Rankings
  •  
    Boyer: Hot Hitters

    Boyer: Hot Hitters
  •  
    Jesse: MLB Power Rankings

    Jesse: MLB Power Rankings
  •  
    Boyer: Hot Hitters

    Boyer: Hot Hitters
  •  
    Jesse: MLB Power Rankings

    Jesse: MLB Power Rankings
  •  
    Boyer: Hot Hitters

    Boyer: Hot Hitters
  •  
    Short: Waiver Wire

    Short: Waiver Wire
  •  
    Short: Saves & Steals

    Short: Saves & Steals
 

Blogs

Twitter

Like us on Facebook! Like us on Facebook!

Player News

View Rss Feeds

Corey Dickerson registered two hits Sunday in the Rays’ loss to the Orioles.

Dickerson singled twice and scored on Evan Longoria’s three-run homer in the fifth inning. He’s had another strong month offensively, batting a robust .302 with five homers in 86 June at-bats. The 28-year-old has had a breakout year for the Rays and looks poised to make his first All-Star team later this summer.
Jun 25 - 5:12 PM

Brewers optioned OF Lewis Brinson to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

Brinson got a taste of the major leagues, but struggled mightily in his limited action, hitting just .100/.206/.167 with no RBI and a 13/3 K/BB ratio in 34 plate appearances.
Jun 25 - 5:12 PM

Jake Odorizzi turned in a so-so outing Sunday against the Orioles, allowing seven hits, four runs and a walk over 5 1/3 innings in a no-decision.

He finished with five strikeouts. Sunday was a Jekyll and Hyde act for Odorizzi, who spent the afternoon alternating between excellent and awful. Odorizzi served up two homers—one to Caleb Joseph and Trey Mancini—though luckily both were solo shots. The right-hander has won just one of his last seven starts. His next outing will come Saturday against the same Orioles club he just faced.
Jun 25 - 5:10 PM

Brewers optioned C Jett Bandy to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

With Sunday's addition of Stephen Vogt, there's no room for the Brewers to carry three catchers and Bandy has been outplayed by Manny Pina. Bandy hit just .211/.287/.380 with six homers, 18 RBI and a 41/12 K/BB ratio in 157 plate appearances with the Brewers.
Jun 25 - 5:10 PM

Chris Tillman didn’t have it Sunday against the Rays, relinquishing eight hits and five runs (four earned) over 4 1/3 lackluster innings in a no-decision.

He registered five strikeouts while yielding a pair of free passes. Things were going alright for Tillman until Evan Longoria burned him for a three-run bomb in the fifth inning. Tillman also committed a throwing error that led to a run in the fourth. The right-hander has produced a hideous 8.39 ERA this year and hasn’t won since his season debut on May 7. He’ll get another stab at the Rays next Friday at Camden Yards.
Jun 25 - 5:09 PM

Parker Bridwell impressed Sunday against the Red Sox, allowing just seven hits and two runs over 6 2/3 innings in the Angels’ 3-2 victory.

He struck out four and walked two. Bridwell allowed a pair of homers—one to Mitch Moreland in the second and another to Jackie Bradley in the fifth—but otherwise kept the damage to a minimum. The 25-year-old has pitched well while filling in for Matt Shoemaker (forearm), compiling a 3.09 ERA over his last two starts. With Shoemaker’s status still up in the air, Bridwell is likely to grab another start Friday against Seattle.
Jun 25 - 5:07 PM

Doug Fister scattered seven hits and three runs over six-plus innings Sunday in the Red Sox’s loss to the Angels.

He recorded six strikeouts and three walks. Making his Boston debut against the team that just released him, Fister was shaky at times but still logged a quality start. All three runs he allowed came in the second inning. Fister may make one more start for the Red Sox, but he’ll probably be a goner when Eduardo Rodriguez returns from the disabled list.
Jun 25 - 5:06 PM

Jackie Bradley hammered his 10th homer Sunday in the Red Sox’s loss to the Angels.

He took Parker Bridwell deep in the fifth inning, smoking a 417-foot no-doubter out to the batter’s eye in center field. Bradley got off to an excruciating start this year but has gotten back on track this month by hitting a blistering .346 with four homers over 81 June at-bats.
Jun 25 - 5:06 PM
More Player News

Baseball Forums