Every year, a handful of young players across the Major League Baseball landscape step into key roles and wind up making a significant impact for their respective teams. Oftentimes, it's a team's top prospect finally getting the call...Show More Summary
Princess Kate just dropped a baby like it’s hot, so the time has come for all you fans of the Royals (the British monarchs, not the major league baseball team) to throw your very own royal baby party and get bizarre in the name of Britannia!...Show More Summary
Major League Baseball, team executives and baseball observers are emphasizing exit velocity, the speed of the ball as it leaves the bat, as a way to evaluate hitters.
Minor league baseball is basically just baseball for people that don’t really like baseball Not to say that the talent isn’t there — after all, these are amateurs who are on the cusp of playing in the biggest baseball league in the world. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball is four weeks into the 2015 season and several odd things have occurred already. For starters, the Houston Astros (18-7) have won 10 straight games and are off to the best start in franchise history according to ESPN.com. Show More Summary
On Saturday Night Life, the long running late night show poked fun at Major League Baseball’s decision to go forward with the Baltimore Orioles- Chicago White Sox game with riots outside the stadium and no fans in attendance. Orioles announcers Jim Palmer (Taran Killam) and Frank Robinson...
Major League Baseball's campaign to speed up its games in the hope of winning over more young fans has shown some signs of success in the first month of the new season.
Sports fans can close out a jam-packed weekend by watching the New York Yankees attempt to sweep the Boston Red Sox live online in the finale of a three-game series between Major League Baseball’s fiercest rivals at Fenway Park in Boston. Show More Summary
"We are gonna do our best to take the crowd out of it early. Wish us luck."
Surprised yet? You should be. The first calendar month of the Major League Baseball season is by us, and there was absolutely no shortage of stunning happenings during that time. From the supposed best team in baseball literally kicking...Show More Summary
Major League Baseball installed instant replay last season to make sure calls are correct, but as was shown in the Angels-Giants game atAT
Alex Rodriguez hit his 660th career home run on Friday to tie Willie Mays for fourth on Major League Baseball’s all-time list.
New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez tied Willie Mays for fourth place on Major League Baseball's all-time home run list on Friday night. Rodriguez hit his sixth home run of the season and 660th of his career in the eighth...Show More Summary
When Mark Gambardella learned last week that Jericho Scott, one of his PONY league baseball players, had died—that the 16-year-old had been shot two doors down from his family’s home—the coach wept. Then he headed to the Dom Aitro Field in New Haven, Conn. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball recently announced that 230 players on 2015 Opening Day rosters were born outside the United States. This number was taken from a total of 868 that includes both active roster athletes as well as inactive players on the disabled or restricted lists. Show More Summary
Shaq Thompson is ready to bring his unique football skillset to the NFL. Let's remember when he tried to bring his nonexistent baseball skillset to the MLB. Shaq Thompson was one of the most awesome prospects in the NFL Draft, a highlight reel on offense and defense in college. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball and the players’ union agreed this week to amend the terms in which recently drafted players can be traded, a change made after the Washington Nationals and San Diego Padres agreed to an unusual deal last winter...Show More Summary
Bush also criticized Major League Baseball for holding a game in Baltimore Wednesday with no fans, saying it sent "the wrong signal." The gates at Camden Yards were locked because of concern for fan safety following rioting in Baltimore after a 25-year-old black man died in police custody.
Presumed Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush on Thursday faulted Major League Baseball for keeping fans out of Camden Yards during a Baltimore Orioles game this week, following riots in the city. Bush, speaking at a policy summit hosted by the National Review, said that keeping fans out of the game between the Orioles and Chicago […]
Major League Baseball is reportedly working with the MLB Players Association to potentially eliminate the fines (in the range of $100 to $500) regarding the new pace-of-play rules that were scheduled to begin May 1. Jayson Stark of ESPN.com...Show More Summary