Free agent pitcher James Shields off-season has been a long one. There were reports that Shields has an $110 million offer from an unknown team. Even though the San Diego Padres have been the front-runner in many people’s eyes for Shields. With spring training get ready to startup, Shields has finally signed a deal.
The future of former Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Chad Billingsley was in doubt. Billingsley hasn’t pitched since April 2013 after having Tommy John surgery. Billingsley also had another procedure done last June to repair a torn flexor tendon in his elbow. With the 30-year-old scheduled to be ready for spring training, the market for his services has changed.
Report: Royals' James Shields has been offered a five-year, $110 million contract from an unknown team
After helping the Kansas City Royals make it to the World Series, DH Billy Butler cashed in and signed with the Oakland Athletics. His deal is for three years and making roughly $30 million. Butler, who has been with the Royal since he was drafted back in 2004, found a way to show his appreciation to […]
Eyebrows were raised when Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost elected to start Jason Vargas over James Shields for Game 4 of the ALCS. Shields complained about his back and it got worse as the ALCS continued. Even though it worked out for the Royals, fans still wanted to know why Shields didn’t get the start.
Kansas City Royals pitcher Jeremy Guthrie shows up to postgame presser wearing a ‘These O’s Aint Royal’ t-shirt
After back to back postseason disappointments, the Los Angeles Dodgers front office is not happy. Even though he took a lot of criticism after some questionable decision-making during Tuesday night’s game against the St Louis Cardinals, manager Don Mattingly’s job appears to be safe. As for general manager Ned Colletti, not so much.