For a lucky few, today's the day Cooperstown called to say, "Welcome." For everyone else: "Thanks for playing." The Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2017 was finally announced Wednesday. To nobody's surprise, this is the fourth straight...Show More Summary
Expos great Tim Raines will enter Baseball Hall of Fame with Jeff Bagwell and Ivan (Pudge) Rodriguez. It’s about time.
Brace yourselves, steroid hard-liners: Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens are going to the Hall of Fame. Not this year. According to results released Wednesday by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, Bonds got 238 votes, or 53.9 percent, and Clemens got 239, or 54.1 percent. Show More Summary
Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez and Tim Raines were all inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Wednesday, but Curt Schilling missed the cut, per BBWAA.com. The former pitcher took out some of his frustrations in an argument with anShow More Summary
The Baseball Hall of Fame class of 2017 has been announced, and Jose Canseco is not happy about it. According to Andrew Simon of MLB.com, Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez all earned the 75 percent of votes needed to get into the Hall of Fame. Show More Summary
Jeff Bagwell, Ivan Rodriguez and Tim Raines will take their rightful place in Cooperstown, New York, after they were announced as the three inductees for the 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame. Per BBWAA.com, Bagwell received 86.1 percent of the votes, Raines got 86 percent and Rodriguez got 76 percent. Show More Summary
Raines along with Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez have been elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame.
The Los Angeles Angels have rewarded outfielder Kole Calhoun after the best season of his career with a new contract extension. The Angels officially announced Calhoun's extension as a three-year deal with a team option for 2020. Per...Show More Summary
Once the calendars flip to a new year, the following statement becomes true: It's never too early to start preparing for your fantasy baseball draft. Consider this your go-to guide for the weeks ahead. We'll delve into the top players...Show More Summary
A savior is on its way to Gotham—and we're not talking about Captain America or the Dark Knight. Spring Training will soon arrive to save New York sports fans from what has been a frustrating, hair-pulling winter of discontent, filled...Show More Summary
There's a light at the end of the tunnel, baseball fans. Pitchers and catchers are set to begin reporting to spring training in less than a month, as we come down the homestretch of another long and eventful MLB offseason. With thatShow More Summary
The Los Angeles Dodgers need a second baseman. You know this. They know this. Your great-aunt Meredith who doesn't follow baseball knows this. Yet as I type these words, Enrique Hernandez and his.190/.283/.324 2016 slash line sit atop L.A.'s second base depth chart. Show More Summary
For the first time since the waning days of the George W. Bush administration, the San Francisco Giants didn't win the World Series in an even year. Now, as we prepare to inaugurate President Donald J. Trump, San Francisco will lookShow More Summary
The Colorado Rockies have signed veteran utility man Alexi Amarista to a contract. The team officially announced a one-year deal with Amarista for 2017. More to follow. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Jose Bautista may have entered the free-agent waters thinking they would take him to a better, richer harbor. Instead, they've pushed him right back where he came from. And that's not so bad either. A move that has seemed inevitable finally came to fruition Tuesday. Show More Summary
The San Diego Padres and first baseman Wil Myers finalized their agreement on a new six-year contract extension. The Padres officially announced Myers' extension will run through 2022 with a team option for 2023. Jim Bowden of ESPN first reported the new deal last week. Show More Summary
Baseball Hall of Famer and San Francisco Giants great Willie McCovey was pardoned by President Barack Obama on Tuesday for tax evasion. According to the Guardian's Ben Jacobs, McCovey was initially sentenced to two years of probation...Show More Summary
The former Expos outfielder was a seven-time all-star in Montreal.
Jose Bautista's search for a contract has reportedly come to an end after he agreed to a deal that will keep him with the Toronto Blue Jays. Baseball Prospectus Toronto first reported Bautista's agreement with the Blue Jays on Tuesday, noting the deal includes various incentives and a mutual option. Show More Summary
Veteran outfielder Josh Hamilton reached an agreement Tuesday to re-sign with the Texas Rangers. Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports first reported the new deal and noted the contract includes an option for Hamilton to request his release if he's not on the April 1 roster. Show More Summary