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An MLB pitcher who was selected to play in the All-Star game in 2015 is calling it a career. On Monday, Darren O'Day went to Twitter to announce his retirement from baseball after being in the league for 15 seasons. This comes after O'Day spent the 2022 season with the Atlanta Braves.
Texas Rangers first baseman Nathaniel Lowe has had close to four months to reflect on it. It, in this case, is hitting .300 for a season. It’s still a big deal to him. “I grew up in an era where batting average mattered,” Lowe said recently. “To be one of those guys to be able to eclipse that .300 mark and now realize that no one will take that away from me. I had a year hitting .300 in the Major Leagues. I’m getting goosebumps just thinking about it.”
New York Mets top prospect third baseman Brett Baty spent a portion of his offseason working on his defense with former five-time All-Star and two-time Gold Glove Award winning shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. In an interview with Will Sammon of The Athletic, Baty revealed some of the advice he got from...
The Dodgers have made their presence known in many prospect lists this preseason. Most recently, a total of eight Los Angeles prospects made their way to The Athletic’s top 100 list. Keith Law highlighted the list of players, with catcher Diego Cartaya leading the LA pack at number 6.