MIAMI (AP) The Miami Marlins placed starting pitchers Henderson Alvarez and Mat Latos on the 15-day disabled list, recalled right-hander Andre Rienzo and selected the contract of right-hander Vin Mazzaro from Triple-A New Orleans.
Alvarez is out with right shoulder inflammation and returns to the disabled list after two starts. Alvarez is 0-4 with a 6.45 ERA in four starts this...
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6 days ago
Mat Latos throws a pitch that nobody in the big leagues throws. For good reason, too. He has no idea where it’s going. “I was told in high school that it would never be a realistic pitch in the big leagues,” Latos said when I asked him about the pitch that he gripped like a […]
MIAMI (AP) Right-hander Mat Latos has left the Miami Marlins' game against Atlanta with a bruised left shin after being hit by a line drive.
Latos crumpled face down on the turf after being hit by Cameron Maybin's liner in the fourth inning Saturday. Latos rolled over onto his back. And after being examined by a trainer, he rose, limped off the field and hopped down the dugout steps...
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13 days ago
The Miami Marlins were a trendy pick to contend this season after having a busy offseason, but based on the first two games of the season, it might be a long year in South Florida. Mat Latos, who was acquired from the Cincinnati Reds in a trade, made his season debut with the Marlins —...Read More
If the first two games of the season are any indication, the Miami Marlins still have a long way to go before being taken seriously in the National League East.
Going up against an Atlanta Braves team that seemed to trade away its entire roster, the Marlins have dropped two in a row at home.
While Monday’s loss was bad enough, it didn’t compare in any way to the downright humiliating...
For years, Major League Baseball has been hearing the complaint that games take too long. At some point, changes were bound to be made in an effort to speed up the game. A step in that direction was taken on Friday. MLB announced a series of rule changes that will take effect during spring training...Read More
The trade deadline came and went, and the Cincinnati Reds made no moves to bolster their roster for the rest of this year or for building for the future. There were rumors that they would give up Ryan Ludwick or Mat Latos for help in the infield with the injuries to Brandon Phillips and Joey Votto, but it was a no go.
Should the Reds have made a move? On the surface it looks like...
In recent years, the Cincinnati Reds have been one of the better teams in baseball, making the playoffs three out of the past four years. However, each trip has ended in disappointment, with the Reds not being able to make it out of the first round of the playoffs. Last year they did not even make it past the wild card playoff game against the Pittsburgh Pirates, 2012 they had...
Mat Latos is making solid progress after undergoing offseason arthroscopic surgery to remove bone chips from his right elbow.
The Reds starter, who was passed over for the NL wild-card game start because he was dealing with elbow pain, says he's been long tossing and that his elbow feels better than it had in years.
MLB.com's Mark Sheldon caught up with Latos during Thursday's Reds...