After 14 years of professional baseball, Gabby Martinez turned to coaching—you just may not know exactly where that is. Don’t worry, we interviewed him.
The Penguins are back-to-back NHL champions. Kevin Durant is now an NBA champion. But that’s not all that’s going on; have you been paying attention?
It’s not as though the Cardinals often spend big in free agency, so what’s the harm in extending their franchise catcher, Yadier Molina, a few more years?
A torn labrum ended Mark Brownson’s MLB career prematurely, sending him down a tragic path. His ex-wife, Stephanie, spoke on the addictions he battled.
A career that could have been much better has routinely been plagued by injury. So what’s next for Clay Buchholz following a decade in Boston? Philadelphia.
Cameron Maybin has been in the big leagues for a decade, and has rarely shined. This season, he’ll be taking a shot with his sixth team: the Angels.
Monday & Tuesday looked at the more promising, yet still cost-effective, of a dire SP free agent market. Wednesday’s price increases with Jeremy Hellickson.
We reflect on Desmond Jennings’ time in Tampa, Oswaldo Arcia’s tumultuous 2016 season, and Jeremy Jeffress’ DWI this past Friday. What’s next for all three?
Taken 7th by the Giants in ’96, Scott Boras found a loophole that made Matt White a free agent. Tampa got him, but a finished product never materialized.
Was Seattle’s Ryan Anderson a once in a generation talent? Maybe not. But was he very, very special? Absolutely. Unfortunately, his shoulder didn’t care.
SF wasn’t always the powerhouse we now know. Many busts have come and gone, and Kurt Ainsworth was a big one. Unfortunately, it was out of his control.
Kris Benson lasted a while, but his numbers never lived up to the expectations of being a No. 1 overall pick. And then there were the issues off the field.
Ben Davis, one of the most-hyped catching prospects ever, was just another Padres bust. But he gave baseball quite a moment on May 26, 2001 against Arizona.
Throughout the 90s, the Phillies experienced little success. Pitcher Tyler Green looked to be their most promising arm, but injuries derailed his career.
The Braves thought about taking him No. 1 overall in 1990, but Todd Van Poppel fell to Oakland in the middle of the round. Perhaps they wish he hadn’t.
Brien Taylor was regarded as the best pitching prospect in baseball history. A fistfight derailed his career, and life got much rougher after that.
Remember when the Mets had three highly-touted starting pitchers? Wait… Well remember Isringhausen, Pulsipher, and Wilson? What happened to Generation K?
Rochester, Minnesota’s own Michael Restovich showed plenty of promise out of high school, but just never hit his stride in the majors.