I've had enough. This is as far as I go. The end of the line. The last straw of what has been a rough offseason. Free agents might not be able to find jobs. The lack of news might be making us all crazy. The baseball season might be about to start with 100-something free […]
Former Blue Jays catcher Dioner Navarro had more important things than baseball on his mind in 2017.
The Indians put the finishing touch on two arbitration cases Friday, agreeing to one-year contracts with Danny Salazar and Lonnie Chisenhall. Only right-hander Trevor Bauer remains on Cleveland’s arbitration to-do list.
San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich says that forward LaMarcus Aldridge requested a trade this summer. Popovich was asked what has led to Aldridge playing better this season, he replied. “When he said, ‘I want to be traded.’” Subscribe to ►► http://po.st/SubscribeSI Follow the latest NFL news and highlights, with updates on your favorite […]
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) Mamie ”Peanut” Johnson, one of three women to play baseball in the Negro Leagues, has died at 82.
In the city that never sleeps, it’s never easy to concede a season. But, as the aging New York Yankees played just .500 baseball through the first four months of the 2016 schedule, general manager Brian Cashman knew it was time to set a new course. Going against typical Yankee fashion, the front office opted […]
No, you’re not imagining things. This MLB offseason has been very slow compared to the last few years
Free agency has been open for nearly three weeks, and so far, it’s been a slow process. While Justin Upton re-signed with the Los Angeles Angels and Masahiro Tanaka decided not to opt out of his contract with the New York Yankees, the market has been quiet, with a few minor-league deals having been agreed […]
Now that beloved former Detroit Tigers star Justin Verlander has won a World Series, fans can come back to reality when it comes to their team. The Tigers rank dead last in ESPN's way-too-early MLB power rankings for 2018, compiled by analyst David Schoenfield. This shouldn't come as a shock
Up on the bump, on baseball’s biggest stage, we finally will see Clayton Kershaw.
Over the past decade, there is no pitcher that Joe Girardi has trusted with the ball more often than CC Sabathia, which is why the manager’s voice quivered after he was presented with the possibility that the big left-hander may have left the mound for the final time with the Yankees.
It happened again. On the five-year anniversary of the Washington Nationals blowing a 6-0 lead to the St. Louis Cardinals in the playoffs, the club failed to advance past the National League Division Series in it's fourth consecutive attempt, losing to the Chicago Cubs 9-8. Upon the conclusion of what was a long, complicated, and […]