With Spring Training rapidly approaching, we’re taking an in-depth look at the Mariners’ roster. This is the sixth part of an Around the Horn series looking at each position on the team. Today: the outfield.
After missing the playoffs the past two years, the Cardinals are focused on unseating the Cubs as division champs.
MLB on FOX Insider Ken Rosenthal doesn’t think the Miami Marlins should stop their rebuilding phase after the trades of Giancarlo Stanton & Dee Gordon. He thinks they should double down – and trade Christian Yelich and J.T. Realmuto too.
Rockies center fielder Charlie Blackmon’s 2017 to-do list was hard to read. Health, consistency, power … slash, slash, slash.
Major League Baseball’s luxury tax may be the only hurdle stopping a reunion between the New York Yankees and third baseman Todd Frazier. The Yankees remain interested in re-signing the 31-year-old, according to a pair of sources of NJ Advance Media’s Brendan Kuty, but the sides haven’t spoken much during the offseason because of how […]
The Nationals believe Brandon Kintzler had offers on the free-agent market to sign elsewhere and become a closer. But general manager Mike Rizzo saw Kintzler’s decision to return to Washington as proof that the right-hander valued the chance to play in the postseason again for a likely World Series contender.
The Marlins have already made their major trades and the organization plans on building up with J.T. Realmuto behind the plate. The question is whether the 26-year-old catcher is comfortable being a centerpiece on an inexperienced squad.
Heading into Thursday’s 2017 Rule 5 Draft, the Rays were braced to lose catcher Nick Ciuffo and right-hander Burch Smith in the Major League phase. They only lost Smith, who was selected by the Mets, who traded him to the Royals.
Matt Harvey rumors may have pervaded the Dolphin Hotel’s lobby floor this week, but general manager Sandy Alderson on Tuesday painted a less freewheeling picture of the Mets’ interest in moving the former All-Star starter.
The American League East got a whole lot more competitive on Day 1 of the Winter Meetings, but the Blue Jays insist the rest of the division loading up on talent will not impact their plans for 2018.
The MLB winter meetings are going strong in Orlando, and rumors are swirling across baseball. Here is what our writers are hearing today.
The MLB Winter Meetings are coming up and azcentral sports' Diamondbacks insider Nick Piecoro will be there. Nick joins Jay Dieffenbach to take a look at what might go down in Orlando this year. Baseball doesn't need a hot stove to warm up the offseason. The sport is already cooking with oil.