Lexi Pence builds Hunter a batting cage
That's one way to stay in shape
Ballplayers have been doing everything they can to stay in shape while in social isolation. For some, that's lifting weights in the garage, or carrying young children around (all parents know that's still a workout). But things can be a little more difficult if you're renting an apartment, away from
Joey Bats shows off his nasty slider
He's done everything else
Rick Ankiel and Adam Loewen made the switch from the mound to the batter's box. Shohei Ohtani and Brendan McKay are making a go of it as two-way players. But perhaps the most shocking position switch of all comes in the form of José Bautista.
Yes, that's right: Joey Bats,
Watch Yanks rally in '96 WS Game 4 at 1 ET
Here’s the schedule of games to watch on MLB.com, social media, TV
Why not enjoy some of MLB's classic games while you wait for baseball to come back?
MLB is streaming games every day across its various platforms -- one in the afternoon at 1 p.m. ET, and another in the evening at 7 p.m. ET. In addition, MLB Network, ESPN and
Pitch grips, fielding and hitting drills from the pros
The pros share their expertise to help you improve your skills
Following the current social guidelines during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic means, in most cases, remaining at home in order to stay a safe distance away from others. But just because you’re spending a lot of time inside doesn’t mean you can’t still practice and improve your baseball skills.
Hanks reflects on ‘There’s no crying in baseball’
Jimmy Dugan's line still resonates
There have been a lot of famous lines from baseball movies, from “If you build it, he will come” in “Field of Dreams” to Bob Uecker saying, “Juuuust a bit outside” in “Major League.” But there has never been one more famous than this one from the great Tom Hanks
A year ago today: Edwin's two-homer inning
Slugger accomplishes feat for second time in his career
To help fill the baseball void, we’re flipping the calendar back one year to remind us all just how awesome our great game is. Here's a look back at the best of April 8, 2019:
These organ concerts turn your home into a ballpark
It's so much more than 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game'
When people talk about missing baseball during the current period of social distancing, they're probably talking about a lot of different things. Sure, we all miss the individual activities that make up the game played on the field -- the home runs, strikeouts, stolen bases and diving catches.
Box score of the day: Story's torrid start
Rockies' SS continues to rewrite history books; Kemp drives in 4 for SD
Remember when Trevor Story exploded onto the baseball scene with a record-setting home run barrage to begin his career? It seemed like he had a homer for every game he played in the first week of the 2016 season. Wait, that's because he actually did -- Story belted seven homers
This is who fans said had the best season ever ...
5 reasons Gibson's 1968 campaign was unlike any other in MLB history
After tallying all of the votes, the honor for the best individual Major League season goes to ...
Bob Gibson's historic 1968 campaign.
The Cardinals legend cruised his way through the pitching side of the bracket before defeating Babe Ruth in the final round of voting. Along with posting a
'Ghost' exorcised, Sale sure return will be strong
'I’m going to have a better elbow than I did before, and that gives me confidence going forward'
BOSTON -- Speaking to the media Tuesday for the first time since he underwent Tommy John surgery eight days ago, Red Sox lefty Chris Sale expressed the determination to dominate his rehab much in the same way he has leveled opposing hitters through the years.
“I now know that I