The Cape Cod Baseball League has lost another giant.
A recent injury to the left ring finger of Jason Kipnis (Cotuit, 2008) has led the Cleveland Indians second baseman to undergo surgery.
The Tampa Bay Rays formally introduced their new manager Monday in an early afternoon news conference.
The New York Yankees today announced they have re-signed free agent third baseman Chase Headley (Cotuit, 2004) with a reported 4 year deal worth $52 million.
Cape Cod Baseball League Hall of Fame member Arthur L. Quirk Jr. (Orleans, 1958; class of 2009), a former pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Senators, died Nov. 22 at his home in Stonington, Conn.
Cape League Hall of Famer Andrew Miller (Chatham, 2004-05; class of 2012) became the highest paid non-closing relief pitcher in baseball history Friday.
Kevin Cash who was converted to a catcher in 1999 with the Falmouth Commodores and went on to play parts of eight major league seasons at that position, was named manager of the Tampa Bay Rays.
Cape League Hall of Famer Carlos Pena has joined a new team.
Justin Smoak (Cotuit, 2006) didn’t remain a free agent for long.
The Seattle Mariners have acquired pitcher J.A. Happ (Harwich, 2003) from the Toronto Blue Jays.
The Cape Cod Baseball League is saddened to learn of the death of Richard L. “Dick” Bresciani, vice president emeritus and team historian of the Boston Red Sox.
Mark Kotsay (Bourne, 1994) received an early birthday present from the San Diego Padres Monday when he was named to replace Phil Plantier as hitting coach.