Baseball players never want to end a game wearing a (golden) sombrero, but given the circumstances, Los Angeles Angels rookie Carlos Perez was happy to wear one after his major league debut. Perez appeared in his first big league game Tuesday night against the Seattle Mariners. Show More Summary
Carlos Perez capped his major league debut with a game-ending homer in the ninth, and the Los Angeles Angels snapped their four-game skid with a 5-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night.
The Cardinals overcame a short outing by Tim Cooney in his major league debut to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies, 9-3, for their third straight win
Matt Adams had three hits, including a tiebreaking, two-run homer, and the St. Louis Cardinals overcame a short outing by Tim Cooney in his major league debut to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 9-3 Thursday for their third straight w...
ATLANTA — One day, when A.J. Cole was a can’t-miss prospect at Oveido High School in Florida, 42 scouts crowded around the bullpen to watch him warm up. They pressed so close that his coaches worried he would not have enough room to throw. Cole did not say a word, and threw unaffected by the scrutiny.Read full article >>
ATLANTA — Right-hander A.J. Cole will start in place of Max Scherzer tomorrow, Nationals Manager Matt Williams said after Monday’s loss to the Braves. Cole will become the fourth Nationals pitcher to make his major league debut this month, though he will be the first one to do so as a starter.Read full article >>
With relievers Felipe Rivero and Matt Grace making their major league debuts within the past week, a small fraternity within baseball keeps growing. Thirty former Harrisburg Senators, the Class AA affiliate of the Nationals, were on opening day rosters. With Grace, the number of former Senators in the majors is now up to 31.Read full article >>
Former UCLA pitcher Matt Grace made his major league debut Wednesday night for the Washington Nationals. The left-hander pitched a scoreless seventh inning in the Nationals' 7-5 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Nationals placed left-handed reliever Felipe Rivero, who made his major league debut Friday, on the disabled list Wednesday with gastrointestinal bleeding and called up left-handed reliever Matt Grace from Class AAA Syracuse. The move was surprising because there were no obvious indications that Rivero was hurt. Show More Summary
Two players who figure to be part of the Chicago sports scene for years made their major league debuts Tuesday night, with Carlos Rodon and Addison Russell both looking jittery.
After a somewhat disappointing major league debut on Friday, Chicago Cubs super-prospect Kris Bryant had an impressive outing on Saturday against the San Diego Padres at Wrigley Field. Bryant displayed more patience and restraint at the plate on Saturday compared to his eagerness to swing at the ball on Friday. Show More Summary
Felipe Rivero, 23, was so nervous when he took the mound in the ninth inning of Friday’s 7-2 win that his legs were trembling. The recently-called up left-handed reliever’s first pitch was a 94-mph fastball a foot outside the strike zone to Chase Utley. His second missed, too.Read full article >>
As much as Adam Liberatore tried to speak about his major league debut matter-of-factly, the smile he occasionally cracked revealed how much this day meant to him.
Top prospect Kris Bryant, who made his major league debut Friday afternoon for the Chicago Cubs, is going to be a stud. He just didn't look the part in his first shot at The Show. Big whoop. Bryant, whose massive potential and prodigious...Show More Summary
Kris Bryant— baseball savior, superman, hit machine— made his long-awaited debut today for the Chicago Cubs. [ more › ]
VINE - #Cubs fans already yelling "you suck" at Kris Bryant https://t.co/ccLlX3TvGx — FanSided GIF (@FanSidedGIF) April 17, 2015 The top prospect in baseball finally made his major league debut for the Cubs, and he struck out in hisShow More Summary
Top prospect Kris Bryant is set to bat fourth against the Padres Friday in his major league debut, bringing with him hope Chicago may someday soon win another championship.
One of baseball's top prospects Kris Bryant is set to make his major league debut as the Chicago Cubs call up the promising young slugger Friday, originally reported by ESPN's Jesse Rogers. Mike Olt's move to the disabled list afterShow More Summary
The possible superstar is set to join the Cubs in time for Friday’s afternoon game against San Diego at Wrigley Field.
Kris Bryant rumors are about to come to an end. The Chicago Cubs will promote Bryant from Triple-A on Friday (April 18), officially ending the speculation on when he would make his 2015 Major League debut. As revealed by CBS Sports,Show More Summary