The St. Louis Cardinals, in need of a boost in the starting rotation, traded former first-round pick James Ramsey of Wesleyan
Francoeur called up from minors by San Diego; Padres start series in Atlanta on Friday
Charlie Blackmon planned to get his almost-famous beard trimmed for his Atlanta homecoming with the Colorado Rockies.
Anthony Carter had his contract sold by the San Diego Padres to the Nippon Ham Fighters.
Ex-Wesleyan pitcher goes on DL again
When Grayson Garvin had to leave a start for Class AA Montgomery in the first inning on Wednesday, it wasn’t good news for the Wesleyan graduate or the Tampa Bay Rays.
Jeff Francoeur hadn’t been a part of a minor league opening day since 2005 and he would have obviously preferred to still be in the majors this time.
Don’t expect Charlie Blackmon to shave any time soon. The beard he grew over the winter has been pretty lucky so far.
Jeff Francoeur had a solid spring with the Indians, resulting in a new opportunity with the Padres
Tift County defeated Norcross 78-70 on Saturday in the state semifinals to earn its first trip to the championship game since a runner-up finish in 2004.
Archer, in just its fifth year, is only one victory away from the Class AAAAAA state championship.