The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Of Fantasy Baseball In SeptemberWith September roster expansion in Major League Baseball, it’s hard to keep track of which player is in the lineup on a day-to-day basis. Even if a team is in the hunt for a playoff spot, resting starters can hurt your fantasy baseball team. Every fantasy owner has to make sure the lineup is being maximized during these final weeks of the season.
Angels' Trout Involved In Car Crash After Game, Not HurtLos Angeles Angels star Mike Trout was not hurt after being involved in a car crash following a game Wednesday night.
Ken Griffey Jr. Inducted Into Baseball Hall of FameGriffey, the first No. 1 draft pick to be selected for enshrinement, played 22 big-league seasons with the Mariners, Reds and White Sox and was selected on a record 99.32 percent of ballots cast, an affirmation of sorts for his clean performance during baseball's so-called Steroids Era.
MLB Trade Rumor: Jay Bruce Would Consider Waiving No Trade Clause To IndiansAs the MLB calendar prepares to shift into July, the trade rumors will certainly begin to heat up. One name we will likely continue to hear whispers about is outfielder Jay Bruce of Cincinnati, who is having a nice offensive season for the rebuilding Reds.
Pete Rose Added To Reds' Hall Of Fame In Long-Awaited MomentPete Rose joked about his hair and his age. He reminisced about all those wins with the Big Red Machine. There was one thing that the hits king was determined not to do when he was inducted into the Cincinnati Reds' Hall of Fame.
Santana Homers Twice, Indians Finish Sweeping Reds 7-2Carlos Santana hit two two-run homers, and Josh Tomlin stayed unbeaten by allowing only five hits while pitching into the eighth inning on Thursday night, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 7-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds and the first sweep of their annual intrastate series.
Zuppe's 5 Takeaways From The Indians' 13-1 Blowout Of The Reds, Danny Salazar's Continued GrowthThe Cleveland Indians demolished the Reds for the second consecutive day, routing Cincinnati on Tuesday night, 13-1. This column features my takeaways from Tuesday's game. If you want more baseball coverage, you can follow me on Twitter (@TJZuppe).
Indians Rout Reds For Second Consecutive Game | Rapid ReactionThe Indians offense went wild for the second straight night, as Cleveland blasted the Cincinnati Reds at Progressive Field, 13-1.
Cody Anderson Optioned To AAA, Lonnie Chisenhall Activated; Mike Clevinger To Start Wednesday For IndiansThe Cody Anderson experience at the Major League level is over for now. Tuesday, the Cleveland Indians optioned the 25-year-old starting pitcher to Triple-A to make room for outfielder Lonnie Chisenhall, who was activated from the bereavement list. The move comes after Anderson struggled in his latest outing, a 4 1/3 inning start against the Cincinnati Reds, where the righty gave up six runs on nine hits and two homers in Monday's 15-6 blowout victory over their in-state rivals.
Zuppe's 5 Takeaways From The Indians' 15-6 Drubbing Of The RedsThe Cleveland Indians scored a season-high 15 runs and banged out a season-high 19 hits, overcoming Cody Anderson's latest rough outing, blowing out the Cincinnati Reds on Monday night at Progressive Field, 15-6.
Indians Score Season-High 15 Runs In Blowout Win Over Reds | Rapid ReactionThe Indians' offense exploded for a season-high 15 runs, as Cleveland routed their in-state rivals, the Cincinnati Reds on Monday night, 15-6.
Jake Arrieta Throws 2nd Career No-Hitter As Cubs Beat Reds 16-0Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs pitched his second no-hitter in a span of 11 regular-season starts, shutting down the Cincinnati Reds in a 16-0 rout Thursday night. The reigning NL Cy Young winner threw the first no-hitter of the Major League Baseball season.