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Bryce Harper Is Already the Best in the Game, but We've Seen Nothing Yet

That headline. Sounds absurd, doesn't it? The guy already has three All-Star appearances, two postseason appearances, 97 major league home runs and a DVR full of knock-your-breath-away highlight clips. Seriously, you need more BryceShow More Summary

MLB MVP 2015: Final Odds and Predictions for AL and NL Awards

The long wait to find out the baseball writers' choice for Most Valuable Player in the American League and the National League ends Thursday, though a scan of the numbers and narratives that often accompany this award has left little drama to unpack. Of course, there are surprises from time to time. Show More Summary

Chicago Cubs Become 1st Team Since 2011 to Win 3 Major Awards

The 2015 Chicago Cubs are the first team since the 2011 Seattle Mariners to account for three of MLB's major end-of-season awards, per MLB Stat of the Day on Twitter. Getting the honors are third baseman Kris Bryant (NL Rookie of the...Show More Summary

Doug Fister: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent P

Free-agent pitcher Doug Fister saw a down 2015 season with the Washington Nationals have him removed from the starting rotation and into the bullpen. This offseason, he is looking for a new team. Continue for updates. Detroit Showing Interest Wednesday, Nov. Show More Summary

Second-Half Surge Carries Arrieta to Cy Young, and Score Another Award for Cubs

Cubs Fever has overtaken November. Now should we expect Anthony Rizzo to stun Bryce Harper in Thursday’s National League MVP voting, too? Not so fast. But in three days running, the Cubs have gone 3-for-3 in the biggest NL Baseball Writers’ Association of America awards. Show More Summary

Soft-Tossing Dallas Keuchel a Deserving Cy Young Winner in Hard-Throwing Times

As a finesse left-hander whose average fastball doesn't even crack 90 miles per hour, Dallas Keuchel has no business winning a Cy Young in this day and age. But while we're on the topic, you'll never guess what Keuchel won on Wednesday. Yup, the American League Cy Young. Show More Summary

Tigers trade for closer Francisco Rodriguez

Detroit hopes relief troubles end with K-Rod deal with Brewers.

Jake Arrieta Wins 2015 NL Cy Young: Voting Results, Comments and Reaction

On the heels of one of the best seasons by a National League pitcher in recent memory, Chicago Cubs ace Jake Arrieta won the 2015 NL Cy Young Award Wednesday. MLB passed along the news: The Cubs congratulated Arrieta on Twitter: TheShow More Summary

MLB Cy Young Award 2015: AL and NL Winners, Voting Results and Reaction

The long-awaited, hotly contested Cy Young Award battles in the American League and National League provided answers on Wednesday with the Chicago Cubs' Jake Arrieta and the Houston Astros' Dallas Keuchel taking home the honors as the...Show More Summary

Astros’ Dallas Keuchel wins AL Cy Young Award, Jays’ David Price 2nd

Houston left-hander wins award for top pitcher in the American League with 22 first-place votes, beating out Toronto left-hander and Athletics’ Sonny Gray.

Dallas Keuchel Wins 2015 AL Cy Young: Voting Results, Comments and Reaction

The American League named its top pitcher of 2015 on Wednesday, and it was Houston Astros ace Dallas Keuchel who came away with the AL Cy Young Award, Major League Baseball confirmed on Twitter. This marks the first Cy Young Award of Keuchel's career. Show More Summary

November 18, 2015: Happy Birthday David Ortiz!

Today, The Large Father turned 40–and after the 2016 campaign, he will retire from baseball… Wait. WHAT??? Yep. Ken Rosenthal from Fox sports broke the news yesterday, and Big Papi confirmed it with a video this morning. After 20 years in MLB, he will hang up hit hat. The gift baskets we keep sending to […]

Devon Travis Injury: Updates on Blue Jays 2B's Recovery from Shoulder Surgery

Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis required surgery on the same shoulder that cost him two months of the regular season. Continue for updates. Travis Facing a 4-5 Month Recovery Period Wednesday, Nov. 18 According to Shi Davidi of Sportsnet, the surgery Travis had on his left shoulder will keep him out of action for 16 to 20 weeks. Show More Summary

Darren O'Day: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent P

After another excellent season for the Baltimore Orioles, Darren O'Day will be the most sought-after free-agent reliever this winter. Continue for updates. O'Day Won't Be Cheap for Prospective Buyers Wednesday, Nov. 18 According to Ken...Show More Summary

MLB Teams Most Likely to Score Monster Offseason Hauls

Sifting through all the rumors and whispers that take place during an MLB offseason can be tiring, but there are often trends we can draw conclusions from with the reports we hear during the winter. A trend that usually ends up being pretty accurate is discovering which teams plan to be active and which don't. Show More Summary

Projecting Domino Effect If MLB's Biggest 2015 Hot Stove Rumors Come True

Something like 99 percent of the rumors in any given MLB offseason don't come true. For the most part, it's all just noise. Dumb, loud, annoying noise. And yet, that doesn't stop us from wondering "My [insert preferred deity], what if that actually happens?" every time a juicy rumor surfaces. Show More Summary

Francisco Rodriguez to Tigers: Latest Trade Details, Comments, Reaction

The Detroit Tigers beefed up their bullpen in a big way Wednesday, as they acquired veteran reliever Francisco Rodriguez in a trade with the Milwaukee Brewers. Jon Heyman of CBS Sports confirmed the trade after Augusto Cardenas of Panorama in Venezuela reported that Detroit sent infielder Javier Betancourt to Milwaukee as part of the deal. Show More Summary

David Ortiz to Retire After 2016 Season: Latest Comments and Reaction

Boston Red Sox superstar David Ortiz officially announced Wednesday that he's planning to retire from baseball following the 2016 season. Ortiz made it official in a video for the Players' Tribune: Ortiz arrived to the Red Sox in 2003 as a free-agent castoff from the Minnesota Twins. Show More Summary

One Critical Mistake All 30 MLB Teams Must Avoid Making in 2015-16 Offseason

The MLB offseason is an exciting time to be a baseball fan. All 30 teams are hard at work tweaking their rosters for the upcoming season, and the rumor mill gives fans plenty to debate on a daily basis. However, it's also a time when...Show More Summary

Byung-Ho Park Can Follow Footsteps of Jung-Ho Kang's Instant MLB Breakout

The Korean Baseball Organization has to be taken seriously. The country’s premier baseball league’s last two significant imports have both produced at high major league levels, and now a third has the potential to be the best of theShow More Summary

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