Hold off on those predictions that Alemany is the clear favorite to win the Mission League in baseball this spring. Sherman Oaks Notre Dame might have something to say about that.
Major League Baseball's offseason is barely a month old, and already there are all sorts of rumors and speculation—and questions—around a number of free agents and trade candidates, as well as teams' objectives and plans of attack. Some...Show More Summary
Major League Baseball's offseason isn't yet a month old, and teams have already spent some $320 million combined in free agency, more than half of which came from the Boston Red Sox's same-day splurge on top position players Hanley Ramirez...Show More Summary
Even with no action between the white lines, the baseball world is a pretty interesting place. Offseason dealings, as well as ever-present rumors and speculation, are keeping fans glued to the latest developments. As for teams in the...Show More Summary
A case can be made that this year’s most intriguing free agent isn’t Max Scherzer or Jon Lester. Rather, it’s Yoan Moncada, who has dominated the headlines of late, as Major League Baseball officially declared him a free agent on Nov. Show More Summary
After weeks of speculation and intrigue, Major League Baseball's next great Cuban import is here. Slugging outfielder Yasmany Tomas has agreed to a deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks, according to Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com. A star player...Show More Summary
The Arizona Diamondbacks have signe 24-year-old Cuban outfielder Yasmany Tomas to a six-year contract with a reported $68.5 million. We have seen a pair of Cuban stars make an impact in Major League Baseball in the last two seasons,Show More Summary
Whether you love it or hate it, the implementation of the qualifying offer under Major League Baseball’s collective bargaining agreement has undeniably changed both free agency and the First-Year Player Draft. For some teams, signing...Show More Summary
You've probably noticed how nobody in Major League Baseball can hit anymore. And out of the many reasons for that, the most overlooked is how the strike zone has really let itself go in the last few years. That's the big takeaway from an October article by Jon Roegele at Hardball Times. Show More Summary
The chance for debate in Major League Baseball never ends. The individual awards were just handed out, and as if on cue, here comes the announcement for the 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot ready to provide the next topic sure to spark...Show More Summary
Major League Baseball fans on opposite sides of the United States are going to have very different Thanksgivings this year. In Boston, Red Sox Nation is very thankful for their team's signing this week of two of the sport's biggest free agents, third baseman Pablo "Kung Fu Panda" Sandoval and shortstop Hanley Ramirez. Show More Summary
In the wake of Giancarlo Stanton becoming Major League Baseball's first $300 million man, a question comes to mind: Who's next? There's no doubt baseball will get a second $300 million man, and little doubt that the second will come sooner rather than later. Show More Summary
The Boston Red Sox got Hanley Ramirez, and Pablo Sandoval too.
After the Boston Red Sox reportedly signed not one but two major free agents — Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez — in the first big free agent coup of the 2014-15 Major League Baseball offseason this weekend, rumors are flying aboutShow More Summary
Yeah, I'll say it. I think walk up music should be required at all your meetings. You know what walk up music is - it's the song that plays when a major league baseball player walks from the dugout to...
The latest object of nearly every major league team’s desire is a Cuban baseball player—more specifically, a Cuban slugger. This craze was started by Yoenis Cespedes, then put into high gear by the “Wild Horse,” Yasiel Puig, and capped...Show More Summary
This year, there does not have to be massive debates about morality, legality or integrity, or the lack thereof, in Major League Baseball. Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and other admitted and/or suspected performance-enhancing drug users...Show More Summary
Major League Baseball's offseason is anything but. The games may have ended in October, but the action is still ongoing. And judging by all the moves that teams have made through the first few weeks of November, there aren't any signs...Show More Summary
A lawyer for a former University of Miami pitching coach is seeking a wide range of Major League Baseball records for the coach's upcoming trial on illegal performance-enhancing drug distribution charges, including details of an immunity deal given to the New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez.
Major League Baseball's offseason has just begun, and already there are all sorts of rumors and speculation—and questions—surrounding a number of free agents and trade candidates, as well as teams' objectives and plans of attack. Having...Show More Summary