Poor Zach Lee. The former No. 1 draft pick waited almost five years to make his major league debut, and then when it finally happened?
Zack Godley struck out seven in six shutout innings in his major league debut, leading the Arizona Diamondbacks to an 8-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday night.
After the Nationals’ 7-2 loss to the Mets on Tuesday night, 22-year-old Abel de los Santos stood at his locker and pulled a lineup card from the top shelf. He examined it briefly — he could afford to admire it for a minute, none of his...Show More Summary
Nathan Karns homered and pitched five innings, ruining the major league debut of Philadelphia's Aaron Nola and leading the Tampa Bay Rays to a 1-0 victory over the Phillies on Tuesday night.
The last time the Detroit Tigers didn't win the AL Central, J.D. Martinez had yet to make his major league debut, David Price was making his first All-Star appearance for Tampa Bay and Victor Martinez was a member of the Boston Red Sox. It's...Show More Summary
In honor of the anniversary of her father's major league debut, Babe Ruth's 98-year-old daughter, Julia Ruth Stevens, was at Fenway Park on Sunday to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Saturday marked the 101st anniversary of Ruth's debut, which was with the Boston Red Sox. Show More Summary
Brewers' pitcher Tyler Cravy thought his major league debut was better than his first start at Miller Park.
Although an impressive collection of top prospects has already made its major league debut in 2015, plenty of talent remains in the minor leagues. With the All-Star break approaching, it's an appropriate time to take a look at whichShow More Summary
On Sunday, New York Mets pitcher Steven Matz made history in his Major League debut against the Cincinnati Reds. He didn’t throw a no-hitter or a shutout. He didn’t record an inordinate amount of strikeouts. He didn’t give up an inordinate amount of runs. And he didn’t hit an inordinate number of batters. In fact, […]
In his major league debut, Matz pitched into the eighth inning and accounted for four R.B.I. on three hits.
Adam Morgan won his major league debut in surprising style, outpitching Michael Wacha and leading the Philadelphia Phillies past the St. Louis Cardinals 9-2 Sunday.
Left-hander Justin Nicolino pitched seven innings to win his major league debut and Derek Dietrich hit two home runs as the Miami Marlins snapped a three-game losing streak with a 5-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday nig...
Washington Nationals starter Joe Ross was 6 years old when A.J. Burnett, his opponent Friday night, made his major league debut. Ross began this season at Class AA Harrisburg, blocked by five established starters and prospects at higher levels deemed more ready. Show More Summary
Matt Wisler allowed only one run in eight innings in his major league debut to outpitch Jacob deGrom, and Jace Peterson hit a two-run double in the eighth to lift the Atlanta Braves to a 2-1 win over the New York Mets on Friday nigh...
Manny Machado showed the upside early. He showed why his major league debut was an anticipated event. He showed why so many scouts and the Baltimore Orioles believed he could be great. He proved he was well worthy of being the third overall pick in the 2010 draft. Machado’s 2012 debut gave us glimpses of him being a five-tool player. Show More Summary
Byron Buxton went 0 for 4 in his major league debut, but scored the winning run in the ninth inning to lift the Minnesota Twins to a 4-3 victory over the Texas Rangers on Sunday.
The Minnesota Twins announced Saturday they are calling up top prospect Byron Buxton from the minor leagues. Buxton will make his major league debut less than a week after the Houston Astros promoted prized prospect Carlos Correa.
As he tried to put Kyle Kubitza's shaky major league debut in perspective, Angels third-base coach Gary DiSarcina, the former shortstop, recalled his own wobbly baby steps as a big leaguer, his first plate appearance coming on May 21, 1990, in Cleveland, and his first start the following night.
It was an eventful major league debut for third baseman Kyle Kubitza, who cost the Angels a run with a mental error in the field, may have cost another run with a baserunning blunder and smoked a line drive into center field for his first major league hit Wednesday night.
The two things I remember most about Strasmas — Stephen Strasburg’s 14-strikeout major league debut at Nationals Park five years ago Monday — are the roar after his 94th and final pitch, a 99-mph fastball that Andy LaRoche couldn’t touch, and resisting my urge to use the restroom for the seven innings Strasburg was on the mound.Read full article >>