Mike Pagliarulo

Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 201
Bat: L
Throw: R
College: Miami (FL)
Birth Place: Medford, Massachusetts
Draft: Undrafted
  • Down 7 and missing Francona, Indians rally to top Texas 15-9
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    Down 7 and missing Francona, Indians rally to top Texas 15-9

    Francisco Lindor, Lonnie Chisenhall and Carlos Santana each had three RBIs to help the Cleveland Indians rally from a seven-run deficit and beat the Texas Rangers 15-9 on Monday night after manager Terry Francona left the game because he wasn't feeling well. The Indians came back after trailing 9-2 in the fourth inning to avoid their first four-game losing streak since 2015. Cleveland did not provide any other details about Francona, who presented Rangers first baseman and former Indian Mike Napoli with his American League Championship ring before the game. Bench coach Brad Mills came out to fetch starter Carlos Carrasco in the fourth inning. The Indians scored a run in the fourth, four in the

  • Hicks to go on DL with oblique injury, expected to miss 3-4 weeks

    Hicks to go on DL with oblique injury, expected to miss 3-4 weeks

    New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks is expected to miss three to four weeks with an oblique injury after leaving Sunday's game against the Texas Rangers, according to MLB.com's Bryan Hoch. The Yankees announced they placed Hicks on the 10-day DL with a right oblique strain.  Hicks left Sunday's game against the Rangers and was replaced by Mason Williams to begin the fifth inning. In the fourth inning, he twisted his body to catch a Jonathan Lucroy line drive, however it is unclear if that is when he sustained the injury. After the game, Hicks told reporters he will go on the disabled list. He was hitting .290 with 10 home runs and 37 RBIs in 60 games this season. Chris Carelli, SNY.TV Facebook | Twitter | About

  • #TGW: Still Slugging
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    #TGW: Still Slugging

    June 26, 2017 By Adam Van Brimmer - Mark Teixeira's Atlanta homecoming was brief. Parts of two seasons with the Atlanta Braves, little more than a layover between the franchise that drafted him out of Georgia Tech, the Texas Rangers, and the franchise that would pay him $180 million over the last eight years of his baseball playing career, the New York Yankees. His work on the diamond led him to the Bronx. His pursuits away from the field, meanwhile, set him up for another future homecoming. During his time with the Braves, Teixeira joined a group of investors and real estate developers interested in a blighted urban corridor west of Georgia Tech's campus in midtown. The City of Atlanta was developing