Braves pitcher Kris Medlen has injured a ligament in his right elbow for the second time in less than four years, and Atlanta says it is too earlier to determine the extent of the damage.
Imagine this scenario: You're in the final few rounds of your fantasy baseball draft trying to target a few end-gamers to fill out your roster and bench who just might turn into gems, but your already exhausted noggin just ain't working...Show More Summary
A Miami Marlins fan was officially eliminated from the "Father of the Year" race this week after he ditched his son while trying to chase down a baseball that bounced over the fence during a spring training game. When New York Mets outfielder...Show More Summary
Prior to the 2012 season, the Baltimore Orioles hadn't finished with a winning record in 15 years. In fact, they'd only finished better than fourth place in the A.L. East once. Over the course of the last two years, everything has changed. Show More Summary
In the later part of his career, Barry Bonds had the build of a prolific slugger, but it looks like he has slimmed down quite a bit since his retirement in 2007. Here's what the 49-year-old looked like when he showed up to San Francisco...Show More Summary
Hanley Ramirez is not above popping out to scare one of his teammates. Also, we now know he can fit comfortably into a locker. MLB Fan Cave (h/t David Brown of Yahoo Sports) spotted visual evidence that things are fairly light in the...Show More Summary
Fact: Former MLB pitcher Randy "The Big Unit" Johnson became an amateur photographer after his retirement. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. [rj51photos.com, h/t reddit] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
The Boston Red Sox went 86 seasons without winning a World Series. In 2013, however, they won their third championship in the past 10 years. Now it is 2014 and the Red Sox are looking to do something they have not done in nearly 100 years, win back-to-back World Series titles. Show More Summary
Nobody likes being under the microscope. However, in MLB spring training camps across Arizona and Florida there are tons of players under all sorts of scrutiny for all sorts of reasons. Some are stars who find themselves facing extra pressure because they're tying to live up to the expectations that come along with signing big-money contracts. Show More Summary
Pitcher Mark Mulder hoped to make a return to baseball after five years away, but unfortunately his Cinderella story won't have a fairy tale ending. According to Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim...Show More Summary
From the days in New York to the present in California, the Giants and the Dodgers have had one of the most storied rivalries in all of sports. When it seems like every game is as dramatic and heart-wrenching as the previous one, it is difficult to pick out only a select few of the highlights. Here are my top 10 moments in the Giants-Dodgers rivalry. Begin Slideshow
Japanese star Masahiro Tanaka has made his third start for the New York Yankees in a simulated game.
When Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr discovered that his New York Mets counterpart, Mr. Met, had joined Twitter, Sluggerrr decided to have a little fun by posting a picture with Mr. Met's wife. We've seen mascots playfully fight,...Show More Summary
There is no such thing as a five man rotation any more. Looking around the league, teams are baking in injuries to their pitching plans and knowing how deep they can go, packing in seven or eight guys rather than trying to prevent injuries or shorten up the rotation. Show More Summary
Spring training is where fans and the upper management can get familiarized with some of their teams' lesser known talent. The New York Yankees have received a ton of production from such players this spring. It'll probably be awhile...Show More Summary
The Dodgers launched their new television channel two weeks ago. They open the season in less than two weeks, an event that figures to be invisible to everyone in the Los Angeles area without Time Warner Cable.
As the Chicago White Sox get set for their final 18 Cactus League games, several players have stood out. Some have seen their stock rise, while others have had their stock fall in advance of what is going to be a transitional season. And...Show More Summary
The defending National League champion St. Louis Cardinals entered spring training with very few position battles. Manager Mike Matheny has a lineup full of consistent, proven players at almost every position. Predicting the lineup for the team is not entirely difficult, though there are a few positions that will remain in flux. Show More Summary
Spring training statistics are quite limited in their usefulness. Hitters don't accumulate enough plate appearances to give us a large enough sample size from which to draw conclusions. Pitchers are rounding into form, building up arm strength and facing inferior competition. Show More Summary
Arizona's Patrick Corbin gave up three runs and six hits in four innings in the Diamondbacks' 3-3 tie with a Seattle Mariners split squad Monday night.