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Boston Red Sox pitcher Steven Wright has accepted a 15-game suspension without pay by Major League Baseball for an offseason domestic violence incident.
The Sandy Koufax of our time just turned the big 3-0 and has stayed a step ahead of major league hitters for 10 years. How has the ace of a generation reached this level, and where will his Cooperstown-worthy career go next?
Yes, it's been tough to trust the metrics measuring any player's defense -- even Mike Trout's -- but here's why that's about to change.
Wayne Huizenga, the first man to own teams in three major sports leagues with the Marlins, Panthers and Dolphins, has died at age 80.
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge is in the leadoff spot for Friday's spring training game against the Red Sox, and the 2017 AL Rookie of the Year could be used there at times this season.
Sure, Mike Trout is great at baseball, but could he carry Babe Ruth's spittoon? Humorist Steve Etheridge digs into advanced analytics to conclusively settle this debate for the ages.
Jeff Samardzija, who is expected to be the Giants' No. 3 starter, is likely to begin the season on the disabled list after having an MRI on his right shoulder, according to multiple reports.
Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said Thursday that outfielder Steven Souza Jr. has a strained right pectoral and likely will start the season on the disabled list.
Boone Logan will start the season on the Brewers disabled list after an MRI revealed a left triceps strain for the left-handed pitcher.
Three pitchers were ejected along with Philadelphia manager Gabe Kapler and bench coach Rob Thomson as three batters were hit by pitches during the Phillies' 6-2 exhibition loss to Detroit on Thursday.
The Orioles have named right-hander Dylan Bundy as the team's Opening Day starter.
In his first appearance as a Phillies pitcher, Jake Arrieta struck out two and walked none, throwing 31 pitches over two innings. The 32-year-old right-hander said he was "very anxious to get out there."
Atlanta, Oakland and Seattle will open express entrances to members of the CLEAR expedited security system, expanding the fast-entry lanes to eight of the 30 big league ballparks.
Minor league baseball players who make as little as $5,500 a season would be stripped of the protection of federal minimum wage laws under a provision in government spending legislation expected to be approved by Congress this week.
Rafael Montero's season is likely over, as the Mets right-hander has suffered a complete tear of his UCL and will probably need Tommy John surgery.
New Nationals manager Bryce Harper is open to the idea of Bryce Harper leading off this season.
The Tigers went old-school with a rebuilding club, and the Yankees picked a rookie to lead a team with massive expectations. The two extremes are playing out 35 miles apart this spring.
It's time for another baseball season, so let's catch up with every patch, stripe, throwback and color change in the majors.
From top-flight starting pitching prospects to a speedster you have to see to believe, the Evil Empire is stacked down on the farm.
A winter mission to transform his body was just the beginning. Everyone who has seen the Cubs this spring agrees: Schwarber is ready to do big things.