Keith Law has gone to the videotape, and he's back with some fresh observations about 10 top prospects from Sunday's Futures Game.
Evan Gattis hit two home runs, including the tiebreaking blast in the bottom of the eighth, as the Astros beat the Mariners to win their 10th straight game.
The Milwaukee Brewers have fired manager Ron Roenicke, president and general manager Doug Melvin announced Sunday night, hours after the team's 5-3 victory over the Cubs in Chicago.
Jacoby Ellsbury had four hits, and Adam Warren took a one-hit shutout into the sixth inning on Sunday night to lead the New York Yankees to an 8-5 victory over the Boston Red Sox.
Lorenzo Cain was hoping that nobody saw him throw the punch.
Milwaukee Brewers shortstop Jean Segura left Sunday's game against the Chicago Cubs after he was hit on the helmet by Pedro Strop's pitch in the eighth inning.
The Tampa Bay Rays placed center fielder Desmond Jennings on the 15-day disabled list Sunday with left knee soreness.
Cardinals setup man Jordan Walden has been placed on the 15-day disabled list because of an inflamed right biceps. Reliever Sam Tuivailala was recalled from Triple-A Memphis.
Texas Rangers slugger Josh Hamilton is set to bat in his first extended spring training game Monday after taking live batting practice for the first time this season Saturday.
Who did the most on Sunday? Well, it might always depend who you ask, but Evan Gattis and the red-hot Astros tonight's list.
Mark Teixeira's first-inning homer helped the Yankees pull off a three-game sweep of the Red Sox in Fenway Park.
The Red Sox have time to turn things around, but there's plenty of room for improvement.
A poor April might be an initial obstacle for the Nats, but after taking three of four from the Mets they're on the road to recovery.
Roenicke is the guy being hung out to dry for players and problems that were almost entirely beyond his control.
Joe Maddon, who had several themed trips when he was manager of the Rays, puts together a hockey-themed trip.
This was a week in which players made their names known, either with notable debuts or firsts. Here are the most statistically interesting ones.
New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez has tied Willie Mays for fourth on the career home runs list with the 660th of his career.
Now that A-Rod has caught Willie Mays, the question that must be answered is if his 660th home run is about the milestone or the man who hit it?
Like it or not, the Yankees ought to recognize Alex Rodriguez for reaching Willie Mays' home run mark, and that means paying him $6 million.
There's no time like the present for the catcher-needy Red Sox to turn to their untouchable blue-chip receiver to handle their catching chores.
In ESPN's Fight for Perfection issue, we we asked an NL scout to break down Rockies 2B DJ LeMahieu's hot start, then asked LeMahieu to respond.
David Schoenfield looks at the best defensive plays of the season's first month. Where does Nolan Arenado's amazing catch rank?
The average time of a nine-inning game is down to 2 hours, 53 minutes and 37 seconds without a single umpire having to yell at anybody, or a single fine being issued.
After decades of irrelevance, the Kansas City Royals finally have a reputation. It just isn't a very good one.
Kevin Van Valkenburg takes us into the Baltimore you won't see on the news.