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Astros star Carlos Correa won $5,000 for charity by draining a free throw Thursday night at the Rockets' home game against the Warriors.
The Dodgers acquired left-handed reliever Scott Alexander from the Royals in a three-team trade that also included the White Sox. Veteran relievers Luis Avilan and Joakim Soria will go to Chicago in the deal.
Among several moves by the Dodgers on Thursday was added ex-MLBer Mark Prior as their bullpen coach.
MLB and the Players Association will meet next week to discuss pace-of-play initiatives for 2018
The pace of this offseason has been positively glacial. We examine the reasons so many free agents are still unsigned -- and make predictions for the coming thaw.
The Giant has long been MLB's best catcher. But can he fend off stiff competition from rising stars like Gary Sanchez or Willson Contreras this year?
The World Series champion Astros received an invitation to visit the White House and plan to attend, although a date hasn't been finalized, a team official told the Houston Chronicle.
Big-ticket moves have been few and far between this offseason, but that hasn't stopped some clubs from helping their playoff chances, while others have fallen behind the pack.
We brought back the Montreal Expos with a team comprised completely of players still available this winter. How does our hypothetical squad stack up against baseball's contenders? The answer might surprise you.
A 20-year-old Cubs fan is suing team owners to force them to provide better wheelchair access at Wrigley Field.
The pinstriped flamethrower fell from our fab-five firemen, but the Bombers still managed to pack the list this year.
It's already January, but there are aces and sluggers looking for new homes. We find the best bet -- and a dark horse -- for the top available names.
Marlins executive Derek Jeter's Project Wolverine plan given to potential investors in the franchise claims the team will turn a profit in 2018.
There are fewer frontline starters than ever before, but the ones who still lord over the game are something special. So which one is No. 1?
A Japanese sensation who landed in L.A. A Miami MVP shipped to the Bronx. A D.C. superstar on the cusp of free agency. All are among the players, managers, executives, agents and, um, commissioners, on our list of MLBers to watch in 2018.
From the mound to behind the plate to the corners and every position in between, Buster Olney ranks the 10 best players and position groups in baseball.
Giants legend Willie McCovey said Barry Bonds deserves a spot in Cooperstown, adding that a letter circulated by fellow Hall of Famer Joe Morgan last month to voters is aimed at keeping the all-time home run leader out of the Hall.
The former Cubs closer was the third pricey free-agent reliever inked by Colorado this winter, but he might not bring the club late-game certainty.
Wade Davis, who saved 32 games for the Chicago Cubs in 2017, has agreed to a 3-year, $52 million deal with the Colorado Rockies, a source confirmed to ESPN.
After indications were that the Miami Marlins would hold on to outfielder Christian Yelich and catcher J.T. Realmuto, multiple reports Thursday said that the team is entertaining trade offers on both players as it looks to cut its 2018 payroll.