Evan Walker


Ichiro Makes History: Gets No. 200

Last night, when Felix Hernandez and Seattle the Mariners traveled to Toronto to face the Blue Jays, Ichiro Suzuki became the first player in the history of Major League Baseball to collect 200 hits in 10 consecutive seasons. Pete Rose is


Atlanta Braves Throw A Changeup: Beachy To Start Against Phillies

For Game 1 of  the biggest regular-season series the Braves have known since 2001, they’re handing the ball to rookie Brandon Beachy, who had never before pitched a big-league inning. Jair Jurrjens was the scheduled starter before he was scratched


Braves Fail To Gain Ground on Phillies

The Atlanta Braves have witnessed their lead over the Phillies in the National League East slip right through their fingers. The Philadelphia Phillies are taking advantages of the the Braves’ recent  blunders and winning crucial games when the Braves drop


Pettite To Return Sunday

The New York Yankess no longer have to live with the anchor of their pitching staff collecting dust on the bench. Yankees left-hander Andy Pettitte is set to rejoin the rotation on Sunday. New York manager Joe Girardi announced the plan for


Josh Johnson Done for Year

The Florida Marlins have had a mediocre season to say the least – they sit 10 games back in the National League East with a record barely above .500, but the one bright spot for this Florida team has been the


How The West Is Won: Padres and Giants Open Crucial Series

The upcoming series between the San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants may very well decide how the west is won. Tonight in San Diego, the Padres, leaders in the NL West, start a four-game series vs. the Giants. The

Trevor Hoffman

Hoffman Makes History: Saves 600th Game

“It’s hard to describe this moment. Just … thank you. Thank you to everybody that stuck around. Thanks for enduring a long season. Thank you to my family on the field and the family off the field. What tremendous support

Ubaldo Jimenez

Jimenez Wins His 18th: Rockies Gain Ground

Ubaldo Jimenez may not have been exactly lights-out on Monday afternoon against the Reds, but with the help of Carlos Gonzalez and Troy Tulowitzki, he did enough to get the job done and win his 18th game of the season.


Padres and Braves Division Leads Dwindling

Just 12 days ago, the San Diego Padres were the team to beat in the National League. The friars seemed to have the playoffs in the grasp of their hands with a 6 1/2 game lead in the NL West. Since then, things

Stephen Strasburg

Strasburg Surgery Successful

Stephen Strasburg’s long-awaited rookie season is officially over. Strasburg had Tommy John surgery earlier today. The surgeons that operated on the 15 million dollar man say that “Strasburg came through with flying colors and it went smooth an uneventful.” Strasburg