April 17, 2007
An editorial Sunday incorrectly identified the baseball team of Boston Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka.
May 24, 2010
1. Flyers goalie Michael Leighton 2. Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka 3. The Boston Celtics in a 23-point win
June 11, 2010
Friday at 7:10 p.m. LHP Jamie Moyer (6-5, 3.98 ERA) vs. Boston RHP John Lackey (6-3, 4.72). Saturday at 4:10 p.m. RHP Joe Blanton (1-4, 6.07) vs. Boston RHP Daisuke Matsuzaka (5-2, 4.59). Sunday at 1:35 p.m. LHP Cole Hamels (5-5, 3.98) vs. Boston RHP Tim Wakefield (2-4, 5.48).
June 20, 2010
The Los Angeles Dodgers put righthander Carlos Monasterios on the 15-day disabled list with injuries to fingers on his pitching hand. Vicente Padilla was activated before starting Saturday's game against the Red Sox. Monasterios, a former Phillies prospect, is 3-2 with a 5.40 ERA in six starts. Manager Joe Torre said he had blisters on his middle and index fingers. Marlins. Shortstop Hanley Ramirez left Saturday's game against Tampa Bay with a tight right hamstring. Red Sox. Rightfielder J.D. Drew was out of the lineup Saturday against the Dodgers but doesn't think his right hamstring injury will sideline him for long.
March 8, 2008 |
Los Angeles Dodger Nomar Garciaparra homered off St. Louis' Joel Pineiro in the second inning of a game in Vero Beach, Fla., before leaving when he was hit by a pitch on the wrist in the fourth. X-rays of Garciaparra's right wrist were negative. Andruw Jones took advantage of windy conditions to hit his first homer for the Dodgers in the 6-4 win. The 10-time Gold Glover signed a $36.2 million, two-year contract in the off-season. Red Sox. Daisuke Matsuzaka probably won't fly to Tokyo with his teammates because his wife's due date is March 19, the date of the flight, but the team hopes he can join them in his native country.
April 12, 2011 |
Sam Fuld went 4-for-6 with a two-run homer, drove in three runs and fell a single shy of the cycle to help the visiting Tampa Bay Rays bust out of an early-season slump with a 16-5 win over the Boston Red Sox last night. Johnny Damon had three hits, including a solo homer, and three RBI against his old team, which now is 2-8. Daisuke Matsuzaka was knocked out in the third inning after allowing pounded for seven runs. "I wanted to go aggressive to pound the strike zone, however my balls came into the middle of the zone and I didn't have enough life [on pitches]
March 14, 2014 |
METS PITCHING coach Dan Warthen said yesterday that he meant no harm when he lobbed an Asian slur at Jeff Cutler, who serves as a translator for Japanese-born righthander Daisuke Matsuzaka. "I issued the statement, I put out the apology, I am sticking by the statement," said Warthen, who pitched three games for the Phillies in 1977. "I've already made the apologies to all the appropriate people . . . I made a mistake, I owned up to it, it will not happen again. " The Wall Street Journal's Stu Woo reported that he was present when Warthen approached Cutler in the locker room Monday and used the slur.
October 24, 2007
1 Red Sox righthander Daisuke Matsuzaka. The Red Sox like their chances when Josh Beckett is on the mound, even though the Rockies knocked him around (six runs on 10 hits, including two home runs in five innings) during interleague play at Fenway Park on June 14. And they'll like their chances when Curt Schilling has the ball; his 10-2 postseason record speaks for itself. The crucial Game 3 matchup, expected to be Matsuzaka against Josh Fogg, could be pivotal. Especially since it could come up twice.
April 23, 2010 |
No-no always on his mind Unlike many pitchers, New York's Phil Hughes said he absolutely was aware he was working on a no-hitter on Wednesday. (All pitchers are aware of no-hitters, they just won't admit it.) "I'd be lying if I said I wasn't," the Yankees righthander said. "Obviously I knew I hadn't given up a hit. To have it end that way is kind of a bummer, but it's the game and I'm happy to get out of here with a win. " Hughes pitched seven innings of no-hit ball against the Oakland A's in a 3-1 victory Wednesday.
December 1, 2006 |
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig says he will step down in 3 years when his contract ends, content that the sport is in good health, Reuters reported. "I plan to retire," Selig, the former Milwaukee Brewers owner, said yesterday. "Other than Kenesaw Mountain Landis, I think I would be the longest-serving commissioner," added Selig, who became "interim commissioner" in 1992 and took the job permanently 6 years later. "My contract runs for the next 3-plus years. I'll be 75 years of age and I want to teach and write a book and do some other things," he said.