The Cardinals right-hander will miss the entire 2016 season, causing another blow to a banged-up St. Louis rotation.
The story of the 2015 Cardinals continues to be overcoming injuries to key contributors.
Cardinals GM John Mozeliak made the announcement on Saturday, the day after Martinez was lifted from his start against the Brewers.
Maikel Franco's success should be a warning sign to Fantasy owners, says Chris Towers at the Fantasy Baseball Today blog.
The Marlins hit rock bottom on Sunday when they were nearly no-hit and fired manager Mike Redmond. You can find that story and much more in today's Eye on MLB post.
Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera hit his 400th home run Saturday. He's the second player in two days -- joining Adrian Beltre -- to hit 400. Also: Hunter Pence returns for the Giants, and the A's lose another one-run game.
Cabrera becomes 53rd member of 400-HR club, joining recent admit Adrian Beltre. How are Cabrera's chances for 500 home runs, or even 600? They're actually pretty good.
The Giants beat the Reds on Friday, and on Saturday they'll welcome Hunter Pence back from the DL. That story plus lots more is in our daily Eye on MLB post.
Yankees starter Michael Pineda became the fourth man since 2000 with at least 16 strikeouts and zero walks in a game. This and stuff from every single Mother's Day game in Eye On MLB.
The Red Sox lost for the seventh time in eight games this month on Saturday afternoon. It's not just the rotation either -- they've scored 16 runs in the eight games. That and more is in Saturday's edition of Eye on MLB.

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