Martin Prado Retires

Martin Prado Retires Longtime major leaguer Martin Prado has officially called it a career, Jon Heyman of MLB Network tweets. Heyman first reported back in November that Prado was likely to retire. Now 36 years old, the Venezuela-born Prado began his professional career when he signed with the Braves in 2001. He debuted with the…

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OCT 29: “You’re out!”

OCT 29: “You’re out!” OCTOBER 29, 1979 | ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY | Hall of Fame outfielder Willie Mays began work as a greeter for an Atlantic City Casino on this date in 1979, and Commissioner Bowie Kuhn suspended him from the game. Kuhn had given the former New York and San Francisco Giant’s star an ultimatum; if he took the casino job…

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Latest On Yankees’ Rotation

Latest On Yankees’ Rotation The Yankees’ rotation looked set when the month of February started, but the back surgery left-hander James Paxton recently underwent threw a wrench in their plans. They’re now lacking an obvious answer after Gerrit Cole, Luis Severino, Masahiro Tanaka and J.A. Happ. The team will give plenty of hurlers chances to…

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