Brad Penny is looking for work again, as the Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks of Japan’s Pacific League released the 33-year-old right-hander, the team announced on Tuesday (via YakyuBaka.com).
The Softbank Hawks of Japan’s Pacific League have signed former major league pitcher Brad Penny to a one-year contract.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s department is investigating after Brad Penny called 911 at around 4 a.m. Saturday
Miguel Cabrera homered and singled, keeping the pressure on in his push for the American League batting title before leaving the game with lightheadedness.
Brad Penny stubbed his toe in an opportunity to enhance his postseason status, getting hit with a six-run fourth inning. He allowed seven runs on 10 hits in four innings.
The Detroit Tigers are trying to secure home-field advantage in the first round of the postseason.
The Detroit Tigers aren’t just cruising toward their first division championship since 1987. They’re steaming toward that title with one of their longest win streaks in team history.
Brad Penny stood in the Detroit clubhouse after another victory and surveyed what was left of the race in the American League Central.
Brad Penny is trying to work faster, taking less time between pitches when he’s on the mound.
Of course, the only real way to speed up the game is by getting the other team out.
After significantly increasing their division lead by sweeping consecutive series from their two closest pursuers, the Detroit Tigers are not about to take the team at the bottom of the AL Central for granted.