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MLB Trade Rumors: Analyzing Buzz on Robinson Cano, Jonathan Papelbon and More

The end of November is an interesting time in Major League Baseball, as it's a time when rumors begin to simmer heading into the winter meetings in two weeks. There will also be an overabundance of rumors that are either false or useless. Show More Summary

Geovany Soto to Angels: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

Catchers generally get plenty of chances to prove themselves in Major League Baseball, and veteran backstop Geovany Soto now has a new lease on life after agreeing to a deal with the Los Angeles Angels in free agency. The American League West club announced on Tuesday that Soto agreed to terms on a one-year deal. Show More Summary

Brad Marchand Thinks He's A Baseball Player Or Something

yesterdaySports : Deadspin

Brad Marchand is a hockey player for the Boston Bruins, a hockey team, that plays in the National Hockey league, a hockey league. In the video above you can see him skating in hockey skates, on hockey ice, with hockey players all around him. All signs point to this being a play from a hockey game. Read more...

Petition to Bring the Charlotte KnightinGals Back

The Charlotte Knight minor league baseball team recently made the decision to discontinue the popular Charlotte KnghinGals Dance Team. But fans have starteed an online petition to save team. Go here to sign the petition to bring back the KnighinGals. [KnightinGals Petition at] [...]

So Cute! Watch This 7-Year-Old Singer Adorably Fight Through Hiccups To Finish Singing The National Anthem!

This is just the cutest thing! Seven-year-old Ethan Hall was tapped to sing the Aussie national anthem at an Australian Baseball League game between the Brisbane Bandits and Adelaide Bite over the weekend, and what happened when the little singer took the mic was absolutely priceless! Related: One Of J-Lo's Backup Dancers Ripped Her Pants On Stage [...]

Bloated MLB Contracts Who Can Actually Be Trade Assets This Winter

Without a doubt, Major League Baseball teams hand their players the most ridiculous contracts in all of North American professional sports, both by money and length. It is a reason to scoff at cynics who claim baseball is a dying sport, but it is also ammunition for heated debates about just how bad some deals might be, by money, length or both. Show More Summary

This kid wouldn't let a serious bout of hiccups stop him from singing the national anthem

Before singing the Australian National Anthem at an Australian League Baseball game last night, 7-year old Ethan came down with a very unfortunate case of the hiccups. But that didn't stop him the little guy from performing one of the...Show More Summary

Gamblers No Longer Need Eight Men Out

Major League Baseball, the National Hockey League and the NBA have been named with daily fantasy sports operators FanDuel and DraftKings as defendants in a proposed class action in a Florida federal court.

Cute Australian Kid Fights Through Hiccups To Perform National Anthem

4 days agoSports : Deadspin

7-year-old Ethan here was hit with a very untimely bout of the hiccups right before he was to sing the national anthem before an Australian Baseball League game between the Brisbane Bandits and the Adelaide Bite. Did he ask for a second to compose himself? Did young Ethan request some water? Read more...

Viewing Picks for November 21, 2015

All Times Eastern Saturday, November 21 Baseball Arizona Fall League Championship Game Surprise Saguaros at Scottsdale Scorpions — MLB Network, 3 p.m. Boxing Miguel Cotto vs. Canelo Alvarez, Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, NV Main Event — HBO PPV, 9 p.m. Show More Summary

Esurance MLB Awards 2015 Results: Winners and Twitter Reaction

Major League Baseball has dominated headlines all week long thanks to the release of the Baseball Writers' Association of America revealing its annual selections for Rookie of the Year, Manager of the Year, MVP and the Cy Young Award,...Show More Summary

MLB Rumors: Trade Buzz Surrounding Brett Gardner, Starlin Castro and More

Not even a month removed from the end of the World Series and it has already been a busy offseason in Major League Baseball. With plenty of rumors and speculation flying around on which big names are on the trade market, this winterShow More Summary

An Inside Look At The Nine Figure Starting Pitcher Phenomenon

Major League Baseball’s “Hot Stove” season is officially in full swing. As owners and team executives begin to thoroughly dissect and analyze every aspect of their rosters, there’s no question that an extraordinary amount of time and energy will be spent on pitching rotations and top free agent targets. It [...]

Early Predictions for 2016's Rookie of the Year, MVP and Cy Young Races

There wasn't much in the way of surprises when it came to the recipients of baseball's major individual awards in 2015—aside from a National League Cy Young Award race that could have gone to either Los Angeles' Zack Greinke or Chicago's...Show More Summary

Sports Business: Danger at the Ballpark, and in a Baseball Ticket’s Fine Print

5 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

A baseball fan injured by a foul ball is challenging the notion that major league teams can avoid liability with their assumption of risk doctrine.

Potential MLB Trade Market Impact Has Caught Up to Free-Agent Class

Like most of us this time of year, Major League Baseball teams have great big lists of things to buy. All they have to decide now is where to shop: Free Agents 'R' Us, or Trades 'R' Us. And maybe more so than in any other winter in recent memory, that's a tough call. All the attention seems to be on the free-agent market. Show More Summary

Harper, Donaldson Win Most Valuable Player Honors

5 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals became the youngest unanimous winner of Major League Baseball's Most Valuable Player Award, joining Josh Donaldson of the Toronto Blue Jays in claiming 2015 MVP honors on Thursday.

Josh Donaldson Wins 2015 AL MVP: Voting Results, Comments and Reaction

The Baseball Writers' Association of America pared down the list of American League MVP candidates to Lorenzo Cain, Josh Donaldson and Mike Trout, and Donaldson secured the coveted hardware Thursday night to close out a compelling race. Major...Show More Summary

Josh Donaldson beats Mike Trout to win 2015 AL MVP

Josh Donaldson thrived in his first season with the Toronto Blue Jays and on Thursday was announced as the 2015 American League Most Valuable Player, as voted on by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Donaldson captured 23 of 30 first-place votes, beating out Angels superstar outfielder Mike Trout, who got seven first-place votes. Show More Summary

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