The Nationals played unofficial host for the 2016 Winter Meetings, as the event was held just outside of D.C. at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. So it was only fitting that they were right in the middle of seemingly every major move during the most memorable Winter Meetings in team history.
The New York Mets were not one of the seven lucky teams chosen as finalists for Shohei Ohtani. But maybe they don't need Ohtani in Queens – after all, they've got Thor. Noah Syndergaard thinks that if given the opportunity, he could be like Ohtani and play the outfield for the Mets in between his […]
It’s probably for the best that the Astros and Dodgers got a break on Monday. Sure, cross-country travel can be draining, but it would have been asking a lot for them to get back at it following Sunday’s jaw-dropping Game 5 World Series epic. So it’s worth asking the question, when two teams play that […]
With the 2017 World Series presented by YouTube TV set to begin in two days, the Dodgers announced their Games 2 and 3 starting pitchers on Sunday.
The Astros will throw a pair of former Cy Young Award winners at the Red Sox to begin the American League Division Series presented by Doosan. Astros manager A.J. Hinch announced Tuesday right-hander Justin Verlander will get the ball in Thursday’s Game 1 and left-hander Dallas Keuchel will take the hill for Friday’s Game 2 […]
Bruce Maxwell became MLB’s first national anthem protestor, and hopefully more will follow.
SEATTLE – With Shohei Otani considering a jump to a Major League Baseball team, commissioner Rob Manfred said he believes it will be hard for teams to circumvent existing contract rules in pursuit of the coveted two-way player. Otani's situation was among several issues, including pace of play, expanded
SEATTLE (AP) With Japanese star Shohei Otani considering a jump to a Major League Baseball team, Commissioner Rob Manfred said he believes it will be hard for teams to circumvent existing contract rules in pursuit of the coveted two-way player.
Doug Fister has been better than the Red Sox ever could have hoped for, and he’ll look to continue his bounce-back season on Wednesday night against Joe Biagini and the Blue Jays at Fenway Park.
After being on the disabled list since June 19, J.J. Hardy is expected to rejoin the Orioles between Friday and Monday.
Braves knuckleballer R.A. Dickey will look for more success against the Phillies, who hope Mark Leiter can follow a gem with another solid start.
While they prepare for their next series against the Rangers, which was moved to the home ballpark of the Rays in St. Petersburg, the Astros’ thoughts are with their families and fans who have been affected by Tropical Storm Harvey.