Kyle McPherson

#72SP,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 220
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born:
College: Mobile
Birth Place: Mobile, Alabama
Draft: 2007 14th round by the
  • Around the AL East: Orioles fall further out of the race
    Camden Chat1 hour ago

    Around the AL East: Orioles fall further out of the race

    After a brief resurgence, the Orioles starting rotation returned to bad form on their current home stand as the Birds lost four of six games. Jeremy Hellickson continued to prove why people questioned the trade that brought him to Baltimore last month. Hellickson has pitched to an ERA of 9.19 in his last three starts. The five home runs he allowed in Friday's series opener against the Angels were particularly alarming. The following day Kevin Gausman did his best Hellickson imitation by serving up four long-balls in the 5-1 loss. Gausman lasted just four innings giving up five earned runs, four walks and six hits. Chris Tillman’s season of misery got even worse yesterday when he made his first

  • How Clemson became the national champs of social media
    SB Nation4 hours ago

    How Clemson became the national champs of social media

    What’s it like to be a Clemson Tiger? That’s the question Clemson’s director of new and creative media, Jonathan Gantt, tries to answer every day. At every school, the football team is supported by other teams, from the strength staff to academic support to the grounds crew. The newest and most front-facing of these are social media departments. Gantt works alongside an assistant director, 12 to 15 students, and another full-time designer to serve all 19 sports at Clemson. But they are at their best when it comes to football. Look no further than Clemson’s football Twitter account. Before Gantt’s arrival in 2013, it didn’t rank among college football’s 10 most-followed team accounts. It’s now

  • Strained back sends White Sox pitching prospect Reynaldo Lopez to DL
    CSN Chicago

    Strained back sends White Sox pitching prospect Reynaldo Lopez to DL

    After leaving Thursday's game with soreness, the White Sox are taking a cautious approach with pitching prospect Reynaldo Lopez. The White Sox announced on Saturday they have placed Lopez on the 10-day disabled list with a strained back and purchased the contract of pitcher Danny Farquhar from Triple-A Charlotte. White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper noticed Lopez losing both his velocity and command in the fourth inning of his start against the Texas Rangers on Thursday night which prompted a mound visit from manager Rick Renteria and head athletic trainer Herm Schneider. After initially walking back toward the dugout, White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu signaled for Renteria and Schneider to return.