Johnny Cueto RUMORS & NEWS

  • Johnny Cueto on Royals’ White House snub: “They should have had the courtesy to invite me”

    San Jose Mercury News "Johnny Cueto pitched a shutout for the Kansas City Royals in Game 2 of the World Series last October. Apparently, that’s not enough to earn an invitation to join the team for their congratulatory visit to the White House. And Cueto is not happy about being snubbed. “I believe that I earned..." July 24

  • Royals didn't invite Cueto to White House

    San Jose Mercury News "Johnny Cueto pitched a shutout for the Kansas City Royals in Game 2 of the World Series last October. Apparently, that’s not enough to earn an invitation to join the team for their congratulatory visit to the White House." July 23

  • Giants’ Johnny Cueto will start All-Star Game

    San Francisco Chronicle "One day after Giants ace Madison Bumgarner carried a no-hit bid into the eighth inning and threw a one-hit shutout, another Giants ace was named to start Tuesday’s All Star Game. Johnny Cueto got the call from National League manager Terry Collins. Cueto will become the first Giants..." July 11

  • Johnny Cueto's balk looms large in loss, but here's why it's a questionable call

    CBS Sports "The Dodgers beat the Giants, 3-2, Friday night to move within three games of the NL West lead. The game featured a pitcher's duel that did not disappoint. The lines: Clayton Kershaw: W, 8 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 0 BB, 13 K Johnny Cueto: ND, 8 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 0 BB, 8 K Again, the Dodgers won by one,..." June 11

  • Johnny Cueto quietly living up to expectations in San Francisco

    ESPN "Johnny is good. So far this season, Johnny Cueto has shown why the San Francisco Giants committed six years and $130 million to him in the offseason. Somehow he has been flying under the radar. The Giants have won 14 of their past 16 games since May 11. In that span, San Francisco’s starters..." May 29

  • Cueto blanks Padres, becomes 12th Dominican to 100 wins

    The Score "Johnny Cueto reached an impressive milestone Tuesday night at AT&T Park, and the San Francisco Giants' newly signed right-hander did it in fashion. In his fifth start with his new club, Cueto stymied the San Diego Padres over nine masterful innings, allowing just seven hits and one walk while..." April 27

  • Cueto passes concussion tests: 'Everything is fine'

    CSN Bay Area "Johnny Cueto had never been hit in the head until Monday's game in Mesa. He walked away from that experience in surprisingly good shape. Cueto has repeatedly passed concussion tests and on Wednesday morning he took his cap off to show reporters that a nasty bump on his forehead had completely..." March 16

  • Johnny Cueto taken to hospital after taking liner off head

    CBS Sports "Monday night in Arizona, Giants right-hander Johnny Cueto took a line drive to the head on the very first pitch of the game. Athletics outfielder Billy Burns was the batter. Cueto remained on the ground on his knees for a few moments before standing up and talking to the trainer. He appeared to..." March 15

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    Jon Morosi @jonmorosi

    Johnny Cueto is “doing fine” today, will follow up with #SFGiants staff after being hit on forehead with line drive, per agent Bryce Dixon.

  • Cueto has forehead contusion

    CSN Bay Area "With their ace already sidelined by a pair of minor injuries, the Giants very nearly lost their No. 2 starter, too. Johnny Cueto took a line drive off the forehead in the first inning Monday, but manager Bruce Bochy said Cueto is showing no signs of a concussion. Cueto was checked by team..." March 15