Former Major League Baseball All Star pitcher Bill Monbouquette has died of leukemia at the age of 78, the Boston Red Sox said on their website.
Ted Lilly, a retired Major League Baseball pitcher, has been charged with felony insurance fraud in California. Lilly, a California native, earned an estimated $80 million to $100 million in base salary while pitching in the big leagues. Show More Summary
Rob Manfred knows he'll get pounded now that he's baseball commissioner — his name is printed in blue script on the sweet spot between the seams of every big league ball.
Your nine-year-old daughter has invented her own secret country in the intricate patterns of your living room rug. Your neighbor's sons, age twelve and ten, spend hours dreaming up the play-by-play of an imaginary baseball league. They've all been at this for months. Should you worry?
In a recent interview with ESPN, new Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said, in an effort to increase scoring, he is open to banning one of the biggest changes to the sport in recent years, the increased use of defensive shifts. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball outfielder Brennan Boesch, most recently of the Angels, has purchased a home in Malibu for $2.4 million.
The Washington Nationals stunned the baseball world when they added to their already-strong pitching staff by giving Max Scherzer a 7-year, $210 million contract. But what is really amazing is just how common these contracts have become. Show More Summary
The drought needs to end. The Toronto Blue Jays have not made the postseason since winning the World Series in 1993, the longest dry spell in Major League Baseball. Though the Jays have made blockbuster trades aimed at ending the streak...Show More Summary
New Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred wants to increase participation in the sport among America’s youth and modernize the game without interfering with its history and traditions.
On Sunday, Rob Manfred took over as the new commissioner of Major League Baseball, assuming the post held by Bud Selig for 23 years before he retired. And one of his first acts in his new role was to pen a letter to the game's fans via...Show More Summary
The former Major League Baseball pitcher Ted Lilly has been charged in California with three felonies related to insurance fraud.
Major League Baseball is being dominated by pitching, and that's only going to continue, judging by the flood of elite young arms who are on the verge of reaching The Show. Like these 10, who represent the sport's can't-miss prospects...Show More Summary
Former Major League Baseball player Ted Lilly has been charged in California with three felonies related to insurance fraud.
Defining an "ace" pitcher in Major League Baseball is difficult because it's subjective. What's more, just about everyone has a different opinion on how many actual "aces" there are and whether specific pitchers qualify or come up just...Show More Summary
Chicago Cubs legend and Hall of Fame shortstop Ernie Banks has died, according to a family attorney. He was 83 years old. Known for his fun-loving, positive attitude, "Mr. Cub" broke into Major League Baseball for the Cubs in 1953. Over...Show More Summary
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Ted Lilly has been charged with three felony counts of insurance fraud in the state of California. According to a report by Alexandra Pierce of KSBY.com, Lilly pleaded not guilty to the charges that...Show More Summary
When we last left the City of San Jose in its ongoing battle with the behemoth known as Major League Baseball, it was trying to fast-track an antitrust lawsuit against MLB to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Well, the Ninth Circuit has decided, and with Judge Alex Kozinski at......
Michael Lewis' book Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game, documents how the Oakland Athletics, a baseball team with a near league low $40 million payroll, won over 100 games by focusing on the most valuable, not the most expensive, skills. Show More Summary
Ichiro Suzuki isn't done with Major League Baseball just yet. The 41-year-old outfielder reportedly signed with the Miami Marlins, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports: Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reported the details of the deal: The fact that Ichiro is planning on playing at least another season shouldn't come as a surprise. Show More Summary
Major League Baseball's offseason has been bananas, right? Perhaps the wildest and most active ever, or at least in recent memory. At least, that's how it feels while we're right in the middle of it. But how does this offseason stack...Show More Summary