The 2016 MLB season had it all—the end of a drought, new stars, a wonderful send off—but can the 2017 season replicate last year’s magic?
It hasn’t been one of the easier offseason markets to navigate for slugger José Bautista, but after everything, he’ll be sticking with Toronto after all.
The MLB free agent market may finally start moving again. So before it does, we picked the destinations for Mark Trumbo, Chris Carter, and plenty more.
MLB’s offseason continues to drag along, nobody wants to spend money on home run hitters, and Manny Ramirez is going to play baseball again.
To say the markets for Mark Trumbo, José Bautista, and Edwin Encarnación have been strange would be under-selling it, but should either have taken the QO?
Now that Céspedes has re-upped with the Mets, it’s time to sort out the rest of their outfield. And rumor has it, Toronto wants Jay Bruce.
If you’re looking for a cost-effective option to fill out your bench (maybe even a fourth outfielder), look no further than the ever-consistent Matt Joyce.
Let’s stop whining about the new slide rule and give the players a few weeks to adjust to said new rule, okay?
Goose Gossage, an old white man who used to play baseball, got really mad this past week. We’re here to talk about it.
Should you get paid less for being good at your job? No, so why do we think athletes should? The focus this time: José Bautista.
Over the next 30 days, we pick 30 players that need to be traded. First up: Edwin Encarnación.
For this Cubs fan, Chicago’s NLCS exit made the World Series go from “Must See TV” to “Who Cares TV.”
This is the biggest game of Toronto’s season? Can Marcus Stroman pitch the Jays back into the series?
MLB’s viewership may be up, but it’s still no match for football.
Wednesday’s ALDS action reminded us all why we love this sport.
A look at the chaos that was Rangers/Jays on Wednesday, through the eyes of social media.
Soriano has been the hottest player in baseball over the past week