Today in Baseball History: 5/22/17

Today in Baseball History: 5/22/17   May 22, 1998: A 29 year-old catcher by the name of Mike Piazza is traded to the New York Mets in exchange for three minor league players. Included in this deal are Preston Wilson, Geoff Goetz, and Ed Yarnall, with Wilson and Goetz being the 70th

Games of the Day 5/22/2017

Game 1: Detroit Tigers at Houston Astros This game will be feature one starter looking to continue a great start to his 2017 season and another looking to make an impact in his first start of the season. Starting for the Tigers is young righty Michael Fulmer who has a 5-1 record

Rangers Luck Runs Out In Detroit As Streak Ends At 10

Rangers fans knew that their team's luck would not last forever, and that fear was inevitably fulfilled on Saturday night in Detroit. A.J. Griffin took the mound against the Detroit Tigers looking to notch the Rangers 11th straight victory on an improbable streak. Unfortunately, things did not go the Rangers

What if: R.A. Dickey was never traded to the Toronto Blue Jays

First, what was the trade? The Blue Jays acquired R.A. Dickey, catcher Josh Thole and Minor League catcher Mike Nickeas. In return, the Mets acquired top prospects Travis d'Arnaud and Noah Syndergaard, along with veteran catcher John Buck and Minor Leaguer Wuilmer Becerra. Many thought the trade from the start was