Brandon McCarthy

Atlanta Braves #32 - Starting Pitcher

  • Born: 07/07/83
  • Age: 38
  • Height: 6'7"
  • Weight: 226
  • Bats/Throws: R/R

Yankees Mailbag: Dodgers comparisons, prospects in relief and James Paxton


The mailbag is all in on pitching conversations this week.

Top 60 All-Time Greatest Blue Jays: #46 Russell Martin


Russell Nathan Coltrane Martin | C | 2015-2018 Russell Martin was born February 15, 1983, in East York, Ontario, and spent much of his youth in Montreal. The Expos drafted him in the 35th round of...

This Day in Braves History: Atlanta trades Matt Kemp to the Dodgers


Thank you to Baseball-Reference and for helping provide the background information for these articles. This Day in Braves History: December 16 1938 - The Bees trade catcher Ray...

Bon voyage to the Voyagers

As the Pioneer League becomes an unaffiliated, independent league, the White Sox lose a rookie club

How a minor trade in 2000 worked out in a weird way for the Cardinals


The arguably bad process trade worked, but not in the way the Cardinals surely expected

Mariners 2021 Free Agent Target: Sean Doolittle


Looking to get back on track after an uncharacteristically bad season, Doolittle could find a home in Seattle’s bullpen

This week’s winners and losers in LGBT Sports


A weekly list of stories from the past seven days with the theme of Courage Is Contagious.

This Day in Yankees History: fans celebrate Bobby Richardson Day at the Stadium


The Yankees honor beloved second baseman Bobby Richardson before he retires at the end of the 1966 season.

Yankees potential trade target: Mike Minor


The Rangers’ lefty represents an intriguing buy-low option for the Yankees’ battered pitching staff.

Mets Morning News for July 18, 2020

Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links.

Snake Bytes 7/17: 6 minutes ‘till Midnight


Six days away from the start of the 2020 MLB season, but, admittedly, my thoughts are definitely more occupied by my amazement at the Watchmen HBO series...

The second-best Yankee to wear each retired number - Part One


The only thing these players may have in common with the greats is the back of the uniform