With a whole new year just days away, Major League Baseball's winter market is about as well-stocked as your friendly neighborhood toy store. Due to the demands of the season, there's not much left. For teams that have already done their shopping, this isn't a problem. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball's average salary shot up to more than $3.8 million this year following the steepest rise since 2001, putting big leaguers on track to top the $4-million barrier for the first time in 2015.
Major League Baseball's average salary has shot up to more than $3.8 million following the steepest rise since 2001.
Basketball has never been the most statistically advanced game, at least compared to its counterparts baseball and football. Major League Baseball, for example, has turned into a data hotbed with the creation of “Moneyball,” a team management concept that heavily relies on statistical analysis. Show More Summary
The New York Yankees need Yoan Moncada, the next Cuban sensation readying to make his way to Major League Baseball. And they need him for oh-so-many reasons. Moncada, in case you haven't been paying attention, defected from his native Cuba and established residency in Guatemala, where he held a showcase workout for teams in mid-November. Show More Summary
It used to be easy to predict the contenders for an upcoming Major League Baseball season. For all the fuzzy situations, there were always the mainstays you could count on. These, however, are strange times. The New York Yankees have gone from being a sure thing to being stuck on thin ice. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball, 2014 in review:
The Pittsburgh Pirates have posted the winning bid for power-hitting South Korean shortstop Kang Jung-ho, Major League Baseball said on Monday.
A flurry of offseason moves has undoubtedly shifted the balance of power around the league. Major League Baseball has had as busy a winter as any in recent memory. Last season, the AL West and NL Central were the deepest divisions in baseball. Show More Summary
Like all major sports, Major League Baseball is full of personnel on the hot seat. From managers with high-profile rosters who have failed to make it to the postseason to well-paid players who haven't lived up to their contracts and executives in the front office who have made a series of bad decisions, the list is a long one. Show More Summary
The Dodgers ended the Yankees’ 15-year streak as baseball’s biggest spenders and owe more than $26.6 million in luxury tax, according to calculations made by Major League Baseball and obtained by The Associated Press.
This is going to be an offseason Major League Baseball fans look back on with a smile. With the exception of a few teams, virtually every franchise seems to believe that contention in 2015 is possible. It's why trades and signings have...Show More Summary
In case you haven't noticed, Major League Baseball's offseason has been going crazy with activity. While most of the big-name free agents already have signed, there also have been dozens of trades involving scores of players. Whaddaya...Show More Summary
With nearly two months of the Major League Baseball offseason gone by, some teams have already put their best-laid plans into action and gotten us all riled up talking about how clever they are. But we're not here to talk about them....Show More Summary
Several people familiar with the deal say Major League Baseball and its umpires have reached agreement on a five-year labor contract.
There was a flurry of news around Major League Baseball on Friday as teams worked to retool before the holiday break. Here are some things to know about all the player moves and other changes:
Major League Baseball is a month and a half into the offseason and already oh-so-many moves have been made. But there's no shortage of rumors and speculation—and questions—around a number of free agents and trade candidates, as wellShow More Summary
There's not much to talk about regarding hitters on Major League Baseball's offseason market. There was once, but signings and trades have taken care of that. They're all gone now. Mostly. But pitchers? That's a different story. Even...Show More Summary
Major League Baseball's about to be just like kick-ass cigars and Ricky Ricardo -- as in super Cuban... at least that's what former pitcher John Rocker is predicting.The ex-closer tells TMZ Sports... the new warm and friendly relati...
The San Diego Padres have been one of the more active teams in Major League Baseball this offseason. Their personnel machinations continued on Thursday, as they reportedly traded for Oakland Athletics catcher Derek Norris. Mark Feinsand...Show More Summary