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Jamie Moyer was solid in his second spring training outing, allowing a run and three hits over three innings for a Colorado Rockies split squad in a 5-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.
The 49-year-old left-hander trying to comeback from Tommy John surgery struck out two.
John Danks, who is expected to be the White Sox starter on opening day, struggled with his command...
The Colorado Rockies made a bevy of moves this offseason, but the first notable addition (also the most expensive) came December 16th, 2011 when the organization signed Michael Cuddyer to a 3-year, $31.5 million free agent contract, guaranteeing the corner outfield who turns 33 at the end of March nearly as much as he made in 11 years in Minnesota.
Jamie Moyer is less than a year away from being as old as the number on the back of his uniform, 50. Yet the crafty left-hander is back on the mound, trying to make a comeback after having Tommy John surgery.
Moyer is competing for a spot in Colorado's rotation and was solid in his second spring training outing. He allowed a run in three innings and a Rockies split squad beat...
Fan favorite Jamie Moyer is feeling good about his chances of returning to Major League Baseball this season. Training with the Colorado Rockies, along with a number of younger pitchers (but everyone is younger compared to Moyer), the 49-year old is hoping to successfully come back from Tommy John Surgery.
We remember what kind of impact Moyer can have ona pitching staff. At his...
Juan Nicasio took another big step in his remarkable comeback from a broken neck when he threw three impressive innings Friday in the Colorado Rockies' 6-4 loss to the Oakland Athletics.
This was his first start since Aug. 5, when Washington's Ian Desmond scorched a line drive that struck the stocky right-hander in his right temple, fracturing his skill. The fall broke his...
If there's one thing we've learned about Troy Tulowitzki from this MLB Fan Cave video, it's that he could always fall back on acting if the whole baseball things doesn't pan out.
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