Koji Uehara Retires

Koji Uehara Retires Veteran reliever Koji Uehara has retired, Jim Allen of the Kyodo News reports. The 44-year-old Uehara last pitched in the majors in 2017, after which he returned to his native Japan to join the Yomiuri Giants of Nippon Professional Baseball. It proved to be a full-circle move by Uehara, who began and…

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Latest On Dallas Keuchel, Padres

Latest On Dallas Keuchel, Padres Although the Padres are looking for starting pitching help, it “doesn’t appear” they have interest in free-agent left-hander Dallas Keuchel at this time, AJ Cassavell of MLB.com writes. A match between the Padres and Keuchel looked like a possibility on multiple occasions during the offseason, though reports indicated a union…

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Poll: Anthony Rendon’s Future

Poll: Anthony Rendon’s Future Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon has been among the majors’ most valuable players since his first full season, 2014, having recorded the league’s eighth-highest fWAR (26.4). The 28-year-old is now enjoying another magnificent campaign, one that may end with career-best offensive numbers, as he has slashed .331/.416/.669 (181 wRC+) with eight…

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