Oakland Coliseum ‘invaded’ by feral cats

Oakland Coliseum 'invaded' by feral cats

article Feral cat at Oakland Coliseum. OAKLAND, Calif. – Feral cats have turned the Oakland Coliseum into a feline lair. The Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority is meeting Friday to address the kitty conundrum. “We have been invaded by these cats,” Authority Executive Director Henry Gardner. said. “The population keeps increasing.” Their number isn’t exact, but … Read more

MLB to allow pitchers, catchers to use anti-sign-stealing technology during regular season, sources say

MLB announces Home Run Derby X global tour featuring former players

Pitchers and catchers will have the option of using newly tested signaling devices as they decide what pitches to throw in the upcoming regular season, industry sources told ESPN. This technology could help to advance Major League Baseball beyond the risk of the sign-stealing scandals that have plagued the sport in the past decade. MLB … Read more

Miguel Cabrera gives Spencer Torkelson first-base glove

Miguel Cabrera gives Spencer Torkelson first-base glove

LAKELAND, Fla. — Miguel Cabrera began Spring Training saying that he would gladly give up playing time at first base to make room for Spencer Torkelson. On Saturday, Cabrera essentially closed one of the most intriguing decision of camp by honoring Torkelson as the Tigers’ new first baseman. “Kind of the first baseman of the … Read more

Potential Mets-Padres trade will reveal a lot about Steve Cohen

Potential Mets-Padres trade will reveal a lot about Steve Cohen

With Steve Cohen, there is no Wilponian uncertainty about willingness to spend. Only about the wisdom to do so. The person asking that question to Steve Cohen the past several days has been Steve Cohen. He has had a trade proposal on his desk for much of the last week in which the Mets would … Read more

Max Scherzer day-to-day with hamstring tightness as New York Mets’ rotation takes another hit

Max Scherzer day-to-day with hamstring tightness as New York Mets' rotation takes another hit

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Mets star right-hander Max Scherzer is dealing with a hamstring issue and isn’t sure when he will pitch next, another frustrating setback for the top of New York’s heralded but suddenly fragile rotation. A day after the Mets said Jacob deGrom will miss significant time with a shoulder injury, Scherzer … Read more