Neil Walker

#202B,
AVG
.248
HR
4
RBI
24
R
21
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 210
Bat: S
Throw: R
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Draft: 2004 1st round (11th pick) by the
  • NBC Sports

    David Wright has been shut down from his throwing program again

    Don’t expect to see David Wright on the field anytime soon. The Mets’ third baseman has been sidelined since last May with a cervical disc herniation and, most recently, a shoulder impingement. Abbey Mastracco of NJ.com reports that the team removed Wright from his throwing program last week and will focus exclusively on building strength in physical therapy for the time being.

  • Comcast SportsNet Bay Area

    After reportedly throwing for Giants, veteran RHP signs with Angels

    NEW YORK (AP) Looking to reinforce an injury-ravaged pitching staff, the Los Angeles Angels agreed Saturday to a deal with Doug Fister that pays $1.75 million while he is in the major leagues and $100,000 in the minors. Fister will report to extended spring training in Arizona to begin workouts. Weve seen Doug pitch for a long time and hopefully his stuff will be at a level that we saw when he was successful, Angels manager Mike Scioscia said before Saturday nights game against the New York Mets.

  • And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
    HardballTalk

    And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights

    Good to be back after a few days off. I got married. The food and drink was cool. And the family looked great. What’s new with you? Here are the scores. Here are the highlights: Rockies 6, Reds 4: The Rockies hit four homers off of Bronson Arroyo. One of them came from starting pitcher Kyle Freeland. Colorado takes two of three from the Reds and maintains the best record in the National League. Angels 12, Mets 5: Mike Trout homered , doubled and drove in three and C.J. Cron hit a grand slam. Andrelton Simmons and Jefry Marte also homered as Anaheim built an early 9-0 lead and never looked back. Yankees 3, Rays 2: Like the Mets, the Yankees avoid a sweep, this thanks to Brett Gardner hitting a