Oct 12, 2013
Closer Joaquin Benoit gives up lone Red Sox hit, preserves huge Game 1 victory for Detroit...
Joaquin Benoit failed at putting the finishing touches on a no-hitter. But there was something much bigger at stake: preserving a victory in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series.
Bromancing the Stone: The Jewel of Denial.
The acquisition of Bronson Arroyo from the Boston Red Sox after the 2005 season was emblematic of all things wrong with that era of Cincinnati baseball.
Rogers: Cubs shouldn't be stuck on drafting pitcher at No. 2
Having emerged from his senior season of high school with a reputation as a Nolan Ryan/Tom Seaver hybrid, Todd Van Poppel was a can't-miss kid in the spring of 1990.
Baseball's 6 Hardest Throwers That Never Amounted to Anything
When pitchers start to develop their craft, the fastball is usually the first pitch they develop.