22-year-old rookie pitcher Drew Smyly earned his first career major league win against the New York Yankees in Yankee Stadium on Saturday. Smyly, Detroit's No. 5 starter, who made his major league debut April 12, leads the American League with a 1.23 ERA through four starts. The Tigers have gotten off to a disappointing 11-10 record this season, but without the rookie, who wasn't even expected to make the team going into spring training, Detroit would be in a world of hurt.
By slamming the Detroit Tigers 10-1 on Tuesday, the New York Yankees earned their chance at Game 5 in the American League Divisional Series; a game they will win. The Yanks are back in the comfort of Yankee Stadium for the winner-ta... Read Post
Drew Smyly will throw the first pitch of his major league career in 10 days, and right now he's simply enjoying the thrill of knowing he's going to be playing with the big kids this year—at 20 years old. "I'm speechless," Smyly said... Read Post