By most measures, Jordan Montgomery enjoyed a solid first season in the big leagues, but he may be his own toughest critic. The Yankees right-hander made it clear on Monday that he was not satisfied with his performance last season, and plans to set the bar higher for 2018.
The Blue Jays added another veteran into their mix of candidates for the bullpen by signing left-hander Craig Breslow to a Minor League contract with an invitation to Spring Training on Monday afternoon.
Over the course of February, which is Black History Month, MLB Network and MLB.com are looking back at some of the most prominent African-American players in MLB history. Today we look back on the career of former Yankees star Elston Howard.
After a long, cold winter, Spring Training is finally here. It should be an exciting one for the Orioles, who will look to make rotation additions during what could be a busy first few weeks of camp around baseball.
Spring Training is here! Wednesday marks the beginning of the Rays’ 21st Spring Training campaign and the 10th in Charlotte County. Plenty of roster shuffling will take place between now and the beginning of the season, giving the team a distinctly different composition.
Matt Duffy is healthy and is slated to be the Rays’ third baseman this season.
The Blue Jays will retire Roy Halladay’s No. 32 in an Opening Day ceremony to honor the late franchise icon, the team announced Monday. Toronto will also wear a commemorative No. 32 patch on its uniforms for the 2018 season.
The Blue Jays’ Spring Training will officially open Wednesday in Dunedin, Fla., and for the first time in several years a lot of roster spots will be hanging in the balance.
With the start of Spring Training approaching, anticipation is building for the 2018 season. MLB.com is going around the horn to break down each area of the Yankees’ roster, continuing in this installment with the outfield and designated hitter spots.
The Blue Jays spent the final two months of the 2017 season buried in the depths of the American League Wild Card race. Following back-to-back AL Championship Series appearances, Toronto finished 76-86, nine games out of the second Wild Card berth.
Rays prospect Nick Ciuffo was suspended by the Office of the Commissioner following a violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.