MLB.com’s Ian Browne reported that Dustin Pedroia has undergone surgery to restore cartilage in his left knee. The surgery was done with hopes to repair a left knee injury that bothering the former MVP second baseman for most of the year. Browne also reported that Pedroia will not be ready to play baseball for at …
The Chicago Cubs made history last season when they won their first World Series Championship in over 100 years, ending the longest title drought in professional sports. Their magical run captivated the entire nation and swept the city of Chicago into a frenzy. After all, it was Chicago’s first baseball title since 1908… at least …
During Tuesday’s night AL Wild Card game with the Minnesota Twins, Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez was hit with a very unfortunate foul ball on a pitch from reliever David Robertson in the top of the sixth inning. Sanchez would stay down for a bit before recollecting himself and signaling that he was okay. However, replays …
After battling finger issues this spring, we preview Max Scherzer’s first start of the 2017 season as he faces off against Vince Velasquez.
On May 15, 1912, Ty Cobb pummeled a man for hurling insults at him during a game. It resulted in a suspension, which prompted his teammates to go on strike.
40 years ago, Reggie Jackson spent a season with the Baltimore Orioles. We look back on the impact he had there in what seems like a forgotten year.
We’re only two weeks into the MLB regular season, and it’s already getting clouded. Are there any standout favorites? Did surprises carry over from week 1?
One week is in the books and every team has had a chance to start fresh. That’s how our weekly power rankings will begin—without taking into account preseason predictions, projections, assumptions, or anything of the sort.
The Nationals, Astros, Pirates, Mets, and Cubs. Those are your favorites heading into 2016, or at least they should be. How drastically will this change?
Will the Cardinals miss the playoffs? It’s possible. Should we sleep on the Royals? Of course not. Can we expect Hanley and Pablo to bounce back? Well…
With our award predictions circulating the past few weeks, our section editor and lead writer had their say on who would be Comeback Players of the Year.
With our award predictions circulating the past few weeks, our section editor and lead writer had their say on who would be Comeback Players of the Year. First, the section editor gets his say.
Will Toronto’s all-powerful offense return? Will Arizona’s offseason spending spree pan out? This group is largely in it to win now.
As we move on to our Most Valuable Player predictions, you’ll notice it’s not lacking in young talent.
The Preseason Rankings roll on. Now that they’re done trying, will the Padres be worse in 2016?
As we often learn, athletes are not like us. The Adam/Drake LaRoche saga is just another example.
Jarrod Parker is very unlucky, CC Sabathia is very bad (now), and the White Sox situation is very weird.
In 1948, the Cleveland Indians had quite a journey en route to a World Series title.