May 2019 - Baseball Wiretap
Diamondbacks To Promote Minor League HR Leader
The Diamondbacks are close to promoting top prospect Kevin Cron.
Twins On Pace For MLB-Record 324 Home Runs
The Twins homered eight times on Thursday against the Angels, continuing a remarkable pace.
Blue Jays Calling Up Cavan Biggio
The Blue Jays will call up Cavan Biggio to the Major Leagues for the first time on Friday, according to multiple reports.
Giancarlo Stanton Suffers Another Injury Setback
Giancarlo Stanton began a rehab assignment earlier this week, but the Yankees have returned him to the injured list with left calf tightness.
Mets Now Open To Using Edwin Diaz For Multiple Innings
The Mets have struggled over the first quarter of the season and are now changing course on some strategies.
Gleyber Torres Hits 10th Home Run Of Season Against Orioles
Gleyber Torres homered twice against the Orioles on Wednesday night, giving him 10 in 11 games against the team this season.
White Sox Turn First Triple Play Of Season
The White Sox turned a triple play against the Astros on Wednesday night.
Zack Greinke Becomes 37th Pitcher To Reach 2,500 Ks
Four other active pitchers have reached the mark -- CC Sabathia, Justin Verlander, Max Scherzer and Felix Hernandez.
Orioles Fastest Ever To Allow 100 Home Runs
The Orioles are on pace to allow 338 home runs this year.
Pitcher Skips MLB Draft, Signs $7M Deal In Japan
Carter Stewart has agreed to a six-year, $7 million contract with the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks of the Japanese Pacific League, according to sources.
Yoenis Cespedes Breaks Ankle In Ranch Accident
Yoenis Cespedes hasn't played this season and the Mets may not have him for the rest of 2019.
Julio Urias Reinstated, Will Rejoin Dodgers
Julio Urias will be reinstated from administrative leave following a domestic-violence arrest after Major League Baseball did not obtain a security video that allegedly showed the incident, according
Mets Sticking With Mickey Callaway 'For The Foreseeable Future'
The Mets were swept in Miami over the weekend and are 21-25.
Cubs Won't Protest Loss To Nationals
Joe Maddon had argued that Nationals reliever Sean Doolittle used an illegal delivery in the ninth inning of the game and said that he was playing under protest.
Struggling Tim Tebow Homers For Triple-A Syracuse
The home run came in Tim Tebow's 105th bat-bat.
Hyun-Jin Ryu Extends Scoreless Streak To 31 Innings
Hyun-Jin Ryu shutout the Reds over seven innings on Sunday, extending his Major League-leading scoreless innings streak to 31 innings.
Johnny Cueto Hopes To Return In September
Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto had major elbow surgery last August.
Astros List George Springer Day-To-Day
George Springer left Sunday's game in the fifth inning due to stiffness in his lower back.
Marlins On Pace To Set Mark For MLB Futility
The Marlins are 10-30 this season and have been shut out in 20 percent of their games.
Mariners Recall Mallex Smith From Triple-A
After taking a few weeks to work on his approach at the plate, the Mariners have recalled Mallex Smith from Triple-A Tacoma.
Twins Designate Addison Reed For Assignment
Addison Reed, 30, hasn't pitched in the Major Leagues this season.
Rockies Expected To Promote Brendan Rodgers
Brendan Rodgers was Colorado's top pick in the 2015 Major League draft.
Chris Sale Doesn't Question Decision To Pull Him With 17 Ks
The left-hander became the first pitcher to strike out 17 or more batters in seven or fewer innings.
Austin Riley Homers In Second Major League At-Bat
At the time of his promotion, Austin Riley was leading the International League with 15 homers and 39 RBI.
Miguel Andujar To Have Season-Ending Shoulder Surgery
Miguel Andujar initially was sidelined by the injury from April 1 to May 3.
Braves To Call Up No. 4 Prospect Austin Riley
The Braves plan to promote Austin Riley from Triple-A Gwinnett on Wednesday, according to sources.
Brewers Calling Up Top Prospect Keston Hiura
The Brewers have called up top prospect Keston Hiura from Triple-A San Antonio.
Vlad Jr. Follows Up First Home Run With Another
Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. homered twice on Tuesday night to become the third-youngest player to hit his first two Major League homers in the same game.
Yankees Acquire Kendrys Morales From A's
The Yankees have acquired Kendrys Morales and cash considerations from the Athletics in exchange for a player to be named later or cash considerations.