Deepest roster ever? Dodgers just might have it
LA projected to have Top-10 production at 10 different positions
We're still a month away from the regular season, and it already feels like we're running out of ways to describe just how dominant the 2020 Los Angeles Dodgers look like they're going to be.
You know why, obviously. They just won a franchise-record 106 games. They've won the last
A year later: Harper 'more calm' (with more flow)
Arrieta feeling fine; Haseley in concussion protocol
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Bryce Harper’s hair this spring is creeping into Jayson Werth territory.
No cuts are scheduled.
“I’m going to keep it going. Yeah, keep it flowing,” Harper said Tuesday afternoon at Spectrum Field. “Why not? We’ll see what happens.”
2021 World Baseball Classic venues revealed
Marlins to host 3 rounds, including finals; others at Chase Field, Taichung, Tokyo
MIAMI -- Years before the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006, Jim Small polled Major Leaguers about their interest in participating in a global tournament. Hall of Famer Derek Jeter, then a superstar with the Yankees, was the first hand to go up in favor.
Now a CEO and part
Got Wander lust? Franco may debut soon
Morton scoreless in first outing; Beeks, Fairbanks impress; B. Lowe leads offense
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Wander Franco, the No. 1 overall prospect per MLB Pipeline, is hoping to make his Major League debut at some point during the 2020 season, but Rays fans will likely get a look at the 18-year-old phenom during Spring Training games this week.
Walker visits HOF: 'Trembling inside right now'
Hall of Fame class of 2020 will be inducted on July 26
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. -- Exactly five weeks after receiving THE phone call that informed him he was joining baseball immortality, Larry Walker was sitting in the Baseball Hall of Fame’s cathedral-like Plaque Gallery, echoes of past legends seemingly reverberating between its high walls.
“I’m kind of trembling inside right now. I
Severino needs season-ending Tommy John
Right-hander will undergo the procedure Thursday
DUNEDIN, Fla. -- As Luis Severino dropped into a chair in the Minute Maid Park press conference room last October, the right-hander expressed confidence that he would be pitching the next evening, believing that his Yankees would push the American League Championship Series against the Astros to a seventh game.
Match these LinkedIn 'pages' to MLB stars
Because networking knows no offseason
You would think that one of the perks of being a Major League superstar -- somewhere below "bat flipping your walk-off homer in front of thousands of adoring fans" but above "complementary cake on every chartered flight" -- is that you never really have to go through a job search
Van on warning track disrupts spring game
Welcome to Spring Training
It doesn't take long to figure out the atmosphere around Spring Training is more relaxed than a regular-season game. The stadiums are smaller. Players tend to come and go throughout any given game. A lot of fans watch the game from a blanket on the lawn. What's more relaxing than
Kelenic's attitude 'rubbing off' on teammates
Mariners' top prospect makes first spring start vs. hometown club
PHOENIX -- Jarred Kelenic’s introduction to his first Major League camp has already come with plenty of lessons. And the 20-year-old outfielder is passing most of the early tests in impressive fashion, including lacing a run-scoring single and then scoring the winning run in the Mariners’ 2-1 victory over the
Like aces? Here are the Nationals' spring plans
Zimmerman to make spring debut 'by the weekend'
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- A broader picture of the Nationals’ arms is expected to take shape this week.