Pack one #118 Yasiel Puig#253 Hisashi Iwakuma#200 Mike Morse #25 Juan Lagares #152 Jose AbreuPack two#169 Brock Holt #274 Tim Hudson #58 Hunter Pence#102 Cliff Lee#201 Rafael MonteroPack three #22 Ivan Rodriguez#257 Paul Molitor#296Show More Summary
Guest essay by Samuel I Outcalt The Data: The major tourist attractions at Mesa Verde National Park (near Cortez, Colorado) are the large cliff top pueblos inhabited by the Anasazi between 1128 and 1273 AD. To explore the relationship between the Anasazi occupancy of these large pueblos and climate change a 101 year center weighted…
There's no such thing as having too much pitching. No matter how many arms an MLB squad fosters, it rarely proves enough. The season doesn't start for another week, but Yu Darvish, Cliff Lee, Zack Wheeler and Marcus Stroman are already...Show More Summary
Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels were in the ballpark together one more time, each guy going a different direction.
Tuesday morning's baseball includes the TJ epidemic, more on Kris Bryant and service time manipulation, and Cliff Lee's decision. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Cliff Lee has been placed on the 60-day disabled list by the Philadelphia Phillies to attempt to rehabilitate an elbow injury without surgery.
Cliff Lee has sent Ruben Amaro Jr. his much-needed wake-up call. Now it is up to Amaro to actually wake up. Lee is the Philadelphia Phillies former ace and currently a 36-year-old left-hander whose balky elbow has him face to face with the end of his successful career. Show More Summary
Some of baseball's best starters have been injured during spring training, including Cliff Lee, Marcus Stroman, Mike Minor and Lance Lynn.
Cliff Lee's elbow. Marcus Stroman's knee. Lance Lynn's hip. Mike Minor's shoulder.
Wednesday morning's baseball includes Marcus Stroman fallout, Hector Olivera's market, and Cliff Lee's busted elbow. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Cliff Lee will try to pitch through an elbow injury instead of having season-ending surgery, the Philadelphia left-hander decided after a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews.
This is devastating for the Phillies and anyone who wanted to trade for Lee, but especially for the 36-year-old Lee. Cliff Lee was only supposed to be on the Phillies until he proved he was healthy enough to be traded. That moment might...Show More Summary
Cliff Lee's left elbow made it through just one spring training start —and all of two innings— last Thursday before he was shut down the following day with another bout of elbow discomfort in the same spot that plagued him for much of...Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Phillies are projected to be one of the worst teams in baseball this season and the one player that gave the team some hope for a better future just got hurt and may never play again. Starting pitcher Cliff Lee feltShow More Summary
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee is awaiting a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews on his ailing left elbow and says surgery would end his season and possibly his career.
Lee, who had a magnetic resonance imaging test Friday, was temporarily shut down with “very mild inflammation,” Philadelphia’s general manager said.
Here we go again…
Phillies left-hander Cliff Lee was temporarily shut down after experiencing soreness in his pitching elbow, general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said Sunday morning.
The Philadelphia Phillies sent starting pitcher Cliff Lee for further evaluation after he felt elbow discomfort in the days following a spring training appearance. Continue for updates. Awaiting Test Results; Scratched From Start Sunday, March 8 Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports passed along a statement from the Phillies. Show More Summary
Friday morning's baseball includes the latest on Cliff Lee, Hunter Pence's injury, and the MLBPA on Josh Hamilton. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary