The #NeverBunt crowd scores a victory.
The three-time Cy Young winner’s prognosis is not yet clear.
All Star balloting is well underway and we are seeing some competitive races
It was a busy weekend for baseball but we’re not complaining.
The A’s expect Piscotty to rejoin the team within the next week.
The minor leagues hold an endless supply of talent, and there are several players who are worthy of their first big-league promotion.
The young Angels phenom became the first Japanese born player in MLB history to hit for the cycle.
The Padres are taking every measure they can to limit one of the their top young player’s injuries
This is perhaps the greatest proof yet that age is just a number for Hunter Pence.
MLB Trade Rumors and News: Phillies and Diamondbacks set home run record while benches clear in Atlanta
Philadelphia and Arizona went on a record-breaking home run binge last night.
Ortiz spent several hours in surgery last night to repair a damaged gallbladder, intestine, colon, and liver.
Big Papi is expected to make a full recovery.
The second of the two long-term free agent holdouts now has a a new team
The Craig Kimbrel free agency saga has finally come to an end.
The Cubs snagged one of the best relievers of the past decade soon after the draft.
The Indians continue to be snake-bitten as Carlos Carrasco is headed to the IL with a scar sounding diagnosis.
One of baseball’s most likable players will miss the rest of the season after getting caught in a costly rundown.
It was a great night for shortstops and catchers, a bad night for pitching, and an interesting night for teams bucking tradition.
With the final pick in the first round, the Astros went off the board a bit and snagged a college catcher.
The Dodgers add their second college position player of the first round.
The Yankees selected one of the tougher to sign prospects in the draft in Anthony Volpe
The A’s add a strong defensive shortstop with the 29th selection.
The Brewers dipped into the college pitching ranks with their first round selection
The Cubs make a surprising selection at No. 27 overall.
The Diamondbacks continued their draft onslaught with a prep lefty.
Hoese is basically the definition of a one-year wonder, but what a wonder he’s been this year.
The Indians used the 24th selection of the 2019 MLB Draft on talented prep pitcher Daniel Espino
The 20-year-old UCLA product brings plus defense at first base and impressive power potential.
Jones’ other tools are somewhat questionable, but is speed is off the charts.
The run on shortstops continues.
Kirby’s drawn some skepticism as a mid-major college pitcher, but he’s displayed a ridiculous level of command this season.
The Cardinals, already quite deep in young pitching, add another college arm to the stable.
The Pirates have used the 18th selection of the 2019 MLB Draft on Quinn Priester, a talented and unique pitcher.