Jake Odorizzi has been one of the Tampa Bay Rays' bright spots in recent seasons, but they reportedly traded him to the Minnesota Twins on Saturday.
According to Yahoo Sports' Jeff Passan, the Twins will acquire Odorizzi in exchange for a package that includes shortstop prospect Jermaine Palacios.
Odorizzi has been steady in terms of appearances, pitching at least 28 games in each of the last four seasons. He posted a 4.14 ERA and 1.24 WHIP with 127 strikeouts in 143.1 innings in 2017, which was a step back from his solid 2016 campaign (3.69 ERA, 1.19 WHIP and 166 strikeouts i...more
The Olympic Athletes from Russia scored a 4-0 men's hockey victory over the United States on Saturday to win Group B at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Elsewhere, the Czech Republic edged Canada in a shootout to take control of Group A after two games. Switzerland and Slovenia also picked up victories in the men's tournament.
On the women's side, the Olympic Athletes from Russia and Finland posted dominant triumphs to join the heavily favored Canadians and Americans in the semifinals.
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The United States men's hockey team sits in a position it never could have imagined after its opening-game defeat to Slovenia.
The Americans go into Saturday's clash with the Olympic Athletes from Russia with the opportunity to win their group and set themselves up in an ideal situation for the elimination round.
While the men are still jockeying for position in pool play, the women's ice hockey tournament has reached the knockout phase.
A clash between Scandinavian neighbors with a spot in the medal round on the line headlines the pair of women's games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Saturday.
Two-time National League Cy Young winner Tim Lincecum took an important step on his Major League Baseball comeback trail Thursday by throwing in front of scouts.
Per FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman, Lincecum was averaging 90-93 mph with his pitches during the workout.
Heyman added there were between 25-30 scouts in attendance from at least 15 teams.
Lincecum's velocity was a vast improvement over where he was at in 2016 when he last pitched in the big leagues. The 33-year-old averaged 87.7 miles per hour with his fastball for the Los Angeles Angels, per FanGraphs.
He has also ...more