Jonathan Schoop feels bad for missing last month’s FanFest, and the second baseman vowed Saturday upon arriving early to Spring Training to make it up to the Orioles faithful.
After catcher Matt Wieters exercised his player option to return to Washington, he spent the offseason transforming his diet and increasing the intensity of his workout routine. He arrived to camp weighing 224 pounds after finishing the season at 238 pounds, a transformation that caused a team official to remark how Wieters looked five years […]
Cleveland Indians reliever Andrew Miller, a prominent voice in the Major League Baseball Players Association, said he hopes that MLB's plan to introduce a pitch clock in 2018 doesn't lead to a "big fight or some sort of ugly showdown,'' even though players are overwhelmingly opposed
The Padres on Wednesday officially unveiled plans for the installation of a new solar power system at Petco Park, which will be the largest in Major League Baseball.
What are the Rays’ plans for Mallex Smith? Beat reporter Bill Chastain answers this and more in the latest Inbox.
From start to finish, 2017 was full of challenges for the Pirates. But for all that went wrong last season, maybe that much more will go right in this new year. At the very least, the Pirates believe they’ll be better off for what they experienced in last year.
It’s the last Twins Inbox of 2017, a year that saw Minnesota take a huge step forward with its run to the American League Wild Card Game after losing 103 games in ’16. But there are still plenty of questions about the Twins heading into 2018, and that’s the theme of this week’s Inbox.
What are the Cards’ plans for the closer role? Could they pull off a trade for Alex Colome? Beat reporter Jenifer Langosch answers these questions and more in the latest Inbox.
What can we expect from Brandon Belt in 2018? Beat reporter Chris Haft addresses that question and more in the latest Inbox.
Rebuilding a team from scratch comes with many pitfalls. As the Miami Marlins‘ new ownership group is discovering, one such pitfall is creating disgruntled players. After the Marlins dealt away Giancarlo Stanton, Marcell Ozuna, and Dee Gordon this offseason to shed salary, the team's remaining stars were clearly left unhappy. Outfielder Christian Yelich expressed his […]
There’s nothing imminent on a possible trade of Orioles third baseman Manny Machado and it’s becoming increasingly likely that the club won’t find a suitable trade partner and will instead hold on to its franchise player in his last year of arbitration.