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Topic - Wade Miley
Wade Miley had been the best of Arizona's sputtering rotation. Until Saturday night, when he wasn't very good, either.
Adrian Gonzalez must love it when he sees the word "Arizona" on the opposing uniform.
Brett Anderson was less than thrilled with his first two starts with the Colorado Rockies.
The home runs are coming in bunches for Mark Trumbo, and the reasons behind the power surge are the least of his concerns.
Cleveland's Corey Kluber had a strong final spring outing; Arizona's Wade Miley, not so good.
Nothing like a long flight across the Pacific Ocean to help a guy overcome a fear of flying.
After taking its opener to Mexico, Japan and Puerto Rico over the past 15 years, Major League Baseball is expanding to a new territory this weekend: Down Under.
Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander Patrick Corbin has a partially torn ligament in his left elbow that may require season-ending surgery.
Colorado shortstop Troy Tulowitzki is expected to miss a couple of days with a bruised left calf after being hit by a pitch in the Rockies' 6-4 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks on Wednesday night.
Mike Trout and Bryce Harper were teammates on the Scottsdale Scorpions last fall. The outfielders arrived in the major leagues on the same April day this year, both played in the All-Star game and they won Rookie of the Year awards a half-hour apart Monday, the vanguard of baseball's next generation.
Throughout the season, as the Washington Nationals marched to a major league-best 98 victories, they shunned talk of individual awards. The World Series title, they said, was all that mattered.
Adam LaRoche, the understated first baseman, has won his much-deserved Gold Glove. And now we turn our attention to other prizes, beginning with the Rookie of the Year awards. The Washington Nationals have a horse in that race, too, you may have heard. Or maybe he's an ivory-billed woodpecker.
Ryan Cook thought about the assembled stars and wondered whether he belonged.
If you wanted a list of all the players the Washington Nationals left on base Thursday night, you'd have been better off simply writing out the lineup. Ian Desmond, Danny Espinosa and Jesus Flores all knew what it was like to be stranded.
"It was a fun game to be a part of," Miley said. "Obviously I wasn't enthused about the walks, but I got through it. I told Gibby I wanted to go out there for the seventh and save the bullpen a little more. It wasn't a terrible pitch, but it caught a little more of the plate than I wanted it to and he did a good job with it."
"I didn't get ahead of guys, a lot of 3-1 counts, a lot of 2-0 counts, 2-1 counts," he said. "I didn't make good pitches tonight, and it cost us. I didn't execute pitches. I didn't throw them where they wanted to be."