Casey Kotchman

#181B,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 215
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: St. Petersburg, Florida
Draft: 2001 1st round (13th pick) by the
  • Yardbarker

    The Toronto Blue Jays show no signs of life… again

    The Toronto Blue Jays have been terrible so far this season. They have come up short a lot and have not reached their potential at all. Their supposed ace, Aaron Sanchez, has gone on the DL three times with the same injury, and the hitters have just not produced. Jose Bautista has been pretty good over the past two weeks or so, but other than that no one is getting on base or getting the big hit. They currently sit 7.5 games off of first place with a 23-27 record. They could easily catch up with a big winning streak and put themselves right back into the race, but as of right now, this just does not seem likely. Josh Donaldson and Troy Tulowitzki are back from injury now, but they combined for

  • Red Sox Vs. Mariners Lineup: Dustin Pedroia Back As Boston Looks To Extend Streak
    New England Sports Network

    Red Sox Vs. Mariners Lineup: Dustin Pedroia Back As Boston Looks To Extend Streak

    Brian Johnson will make his second spot start of the season for the Boston Red Sox when they face off against the Seattle Mariners, and he’ll have Dustin Pedroia back in the lineup to help him. Red Sox manger John Farrell pulled Pedroia from Thursday’s game against the Texas Rangers after he reported some knee soreness, and the skipper kept the second baseman out of the lineup Friday as a precaution because of the wet weather at Fenway Park. But Pedroia is back for Saturday’s contest and will go back to his usual No. 2 spot in the order. Sandy Leon also will be back behind home plate and batting eighth after Christian Vazquez caught the Red Sox’s last three games. Johnson’s first start with the

  • MLB Sunday scores, highlights, updates, news: All rise for Judge's first grand slam
    CBS Sports5 hours ago

    MLB Sunday scores, highlights, updates, news: All rise for Judge's first grand slam

    It's Memorial Day weekend, which means the full slate of Sunday games kind of feels like a Saturday for many. So go get to grilling out and having fun outside while we keep you apprised of all the happenings in Major League Baseball. Come throughout the day/night to the see the updates or just come back Monday morning to catch up on everything. We've got your back.  Sunday's games Texas Rangers 3, Toronto Blue Jays 1 (box score) New York Yankees 9, Oakland Athletics 5 (box score) Miami Marlins 9, Los Angeles Angels 2 (box score) Cleveland Indians 10, Kansas City Royals 1 (box score) Cincinnati Reds 8, Philadelphia Phillies 4 (box score) San Diego Padres 5, Washington Nationals  3 (box score)