Latest Baseball Trade Deadline News (UPDATED)

Friday, July 29th, 2011

It's Friday night and baseball's trade deadline is Sunday afternoon. That means things are getting tense and heated all around the big leagues. Here's the latest on what's happening right now. Reds and Nationals looking at Bourn The Cincinnati Reds and Washington Nationals are both said to be interested in adding Houston ...

Hunter Pence Will Most Likely Be Traded By Houston Astros

Thursday, July 28th, 2011

The Houston Astros have gone hot and cold on trading outfielder Hunter Pence. While he's clearly their biggest trade chip, Pence is an important part of their roster and moving him would undoubtedly upset what's left of the team's fans. But, as of now, it appears more than likely Pence ...

Roy Halladay Leaves Start Because Of Heat

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Last night the Philadelphia Phillies faced the hapless Chicago Cubs with ace right-hander Roy Halladay on the mound. Easy win, right? Wrong. Halladay got knocked around and ended up taking his first loss since May 15, and he was removed from the game in the middle of the fifth inning. After ...

New York Mets Ready To Deal Carlos Beltran

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

The New York Mets have had a surprising season so far. They are currently 45-42 in a season most considered would be a complete waste. But with new general manager Sandy Alderson in place and the franchise facing well-publicized money woes, the Mets will be looking to unload any big ...

Philadelphia Phillies Place Roy Oswalt On Disabled List

Friday, June 24th, 2011

The Philadelphia Phillies were thought to have assembled one of the best rotations in baseball history entering this season, now that rotation will be missing one of its four key parts. The Phillies placed right-hander Roy Oswalt on the 15-day disabled list today with a back injury. Oswalt, who has been ...

Wilson Valdez, 1-0

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

This was originally going to be a rant about how the Cubs' terrible pitching managed to get even more terrible on Wednesday night. And then Wilson Valdez and the Phillies came to our collective rescue. With the Phils and Reds locked in an epic 6 hour, 11-minute extra-inning battle (aka 15 minutes ...

Albert Pujols Moves Back To Third Base For St. Louis Cardinals

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Tony La Russa returned to the St. Louis Cardinals last night after missing a six-game road trip while battling shingles. The skipper made some noise in his comeback by shifting his best player from his position, as he moved Albert Pujols from first to third base. A few hours before the ...