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Jose Reyes to Sign with Mets: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

A tumultuous year for Jose Reyes will take the former All-Star shortstop back to where his career started: in New York. ESPN.com's Adam Rubin and MLB.com's Anthony DiComo reported Reyes will sign with the Mets when he clears waiversShow More Summary

Takeaways from MLB Week 12

Breaking news: The Chicago Cubs have lost four straight for the first time this season. Well, OK, maybe this isn't hard, breaking news. But given the fanfare associated with this team, one would think it was infallible. A losing streak...Show More Summary

Jose Reyes-Mets Reunion Would Be Low-Risk Gamble on Past Glory

Back when Jose Reyes was an All-Star, the New York Mets didn't even offer him a contract. Now that he's absolutely not an All-Star, the Mets want him back. The crazy part about all that is the Mets were right then and they're also right...Show More Summary

Playing Fact or Fiction with All of MLB's Hottest Week 12 Buzz, Rumors

If we've learned anything through nearly three months of the 2016 MLB regular season, it's that much of what we thought we knew in spring training was flat-out wrong. Teams like Colorado, Milwaukee and Philadelphia haven't been nearly as bad as expected. Show More Summary

Stock Up, Stock Down on MLB's Top 2016 Trade Targets

As we enter the final week of June, the MLB trade market is starting to heat up as teams continue to work toward establishing themselves as buyers or sellers. After a number of front-line arms were on the move last summer, there is a notable lack of starting pitching talent on the block this year. Show More Summary

John Lackey Signing Has Made Huge Impact on Cubs' Rotation Depth

CHICAGO — Even when John Lackey is bad, he is good. That's not to say the Chicago Cubs' starting pitcher is never off his game. But nearly every time the 37-year-old takes the mound, he is good enough to win regardless of the quality...Show More Summary

MLB Team of the Week: Carlos Beltran, Miguel Cabrera and Kendrys Morales Star

That sound you heard Wednesday was every single New York Mets fan gasping in unison. Noah Syndergaard, the Mets' bolt-throwing ace, exited in the sixth inning of a game against the Kansas City Royals with elbow discomfort, also known as a code-red ruh roh. Subsequent tests revealed no structural damage, per MLB.com's Anthony DiComo. Show More Summary

Giancarlo Stanton's Awakening Could Be Major Boost for Upstart Marlins

The Miami Marlins have virtually the same winning percentage as the New York Mets. They've been flying, er, swimming under the radar, but they've got some swagger going. And now it looks like they may finally have their slugger going...Show More Summary

Umpire Paul Emmel Hit in Head by Bat During Athletics vs. Angels Game

Angels Stadium witnessed a scary sight during Thursday's game between the Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Angels, as MLB umpire Paul Emmel was hit by a bat, which appeared to split his head open. Emmel was taken to the hospital for...Show More Summary

Chris Young Injury: Updates on Red Sox OF's Leg and Return

Boston Red Sox outfielder Chris Young left the team's game against the Chicago White Sox on Thursday after suffering an apparent leg injury while making the turn around first base. Continue for updates. Young Carried Off Field Following...Show More Summary

All 30 MLB Teams' Burning Question as 2016 Midseason Approaches

Believe it or not, we are rapidly approaching the midway point of the 2016 MLB season. When the calendar flips to July in a little over a week, the trade market will start to take shape and the rumor mill will kick into high gear. So...Show More Summary

Mike Trout Blockbuster Trade Is Impossible Call Angels Must Make

It's the decision the Los Angeles Angels don't want to make. And by golly, it's the kind of decision no team should ever have to make. But whether the Angels like it or not, trading Mike Trout continues to look less like the nuclear option and more like the only option. Trout is still the Angels' best player. Show More Summary

Which Members of MLB's 2016 Rookie Invasion Have Brightest Future?

It's one thing to break out, it's another to stick around. That's a lesson some members of the impressive 2016 MLB rookie class will inevitably learn the hard way. Baseball history is littered with the husks of once-promising careers...Show More Summary

Astros Making Their Move Back into AL Picture After Awful 2016 Start

The Houston Astros are dead, long live the Houston Astros. OK, we should amend that: The Astros seemed dead after going 7-17 in April. Since May 1, however, they've gone 30-19. And with a sweep-sealing 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Angels...Show More Summary

Colby Lewis Injury: Updates on Rangers Pitcher's Lat and Return

Texas Rangers starting pitcher Colby Lewis will miss up to two months after suffering a strained lat muscle, per T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com. Continue for updates. Lewis Won't Begin Throwing for at Least 4 Weeks Wednesday, June 22 According...Show More Summary

Noah Syndergaard Injury: Updates on Mets Star's Elbow and Return

New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard suffered an elbow injury during his start Wednesday against the Kansas City Royals, per Anthony DiComo of MLB.com. It is uncertain when he will be able to return. Continue for updates. Syndergaard...Show More Summary

Yoenis Cespedes Injury: Updates on Mets Star's Wrist and Return

New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes exited Wednesday's game against the Kansas City Royals in the sixth inning with a wrist injury, and it is unclear when he will return to action. Continue for updates. Cespedes Suffers Wrist Injury Wednesday,...Show More Summary

Estrada Allows 5 or Fewer Hits in 11th Consecutive Start

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Marco Estrada held the Arizona Diamondbacks to two hits over six innings in Tuesday's 4-2 loss, becoming the first pitcher in MLB history to record 11 consecutive starts with six or more innings pitched andShow More Summary

Scott Miller's Starting 9: Struggling Yankees May Still Have Big Say in Playoffs

Wondering what kind of world we're living in when Cleveland is a championship city and the Miami Marlins surge ahead of the New York Mets in the NL East…. 1. Why the Yankees Could Influence the Cubs and Nationals in October In May, the...Show More Summary

Pinpointing Each 2016 MLB Contender's Biggest Weakness Needing Trade Fix

There is no such thing as a perfect team in baseball. Each and every one of MLB's 30 franchises—contenders and non-contenders alike—has at least one glaring weakness. Many of those teams will look to address that weakness before the Aug. Show More Summary

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