When a major league team finishes 10-plus games from the team that won the division, its front office tends to reassess the manager position, especially if expectations were much higher.
With Koji Uehara struggling, there is some buzz that the Red Sox could look to bring back their former closer.
The manager of the Miami Marlins may no longer be on thin ice, but will it last?
The former Nats' closer is the last prominent free agent left on the market, but a few teams could be a nice fit for the righthander.
A timetable is emerging for the return of the Mets' third baseman who has been sidelined with hamstring issues.
The Cardinals likely have lost their ace righthander for the season. Here are a few suggestions on how the Redbirds will eat those lost innings.
A look at some of the stories, notes and tidbits from around Major League Baseball on Friday, April 24.
A quick rundown of some of the top rumors from around major league baseball for Wednesday April 22.
A quick rundown of some of the top rumors from around major league baseball for Monday April 20.
The Tigers already have two relievers on the disabled list. Do they need to make a move right away.
The Cubs called up their top prospect on Friday, but the White Sox see no need to follow suit.
Dillon Gee was the subject of trade rumors all winter and the New York Mets may still be open to dealing the righthander.
A top Yankee scout went to see the Braves' top prospect, but that doesn't mean a deal will happen.
The Tampa Bay Rays signed veteran catcher J.P. Arencibia to a minor league contract on Thursday, which seemed to suggest that the Rays wanted to add some depth behind the plate.
Coming up in the New York Yankees organization, Peter O'Brien was used in a variety of different positions; catcher, third base, first base and the outfield.
Michael Saunders' injury in Spring Training opened the door for a temporary starting spot for Kevin Pillar in Toronto's outfield, but Pillar's impressive start to the season may force the Blue Jays to change their plans.