Keith Law breaks down the 3B market for 2010 free agency.
Royals hard-throwing reliever Kelvin Herrera has been suspended five games and fined an undisclosed amount for throwing a pitch behind Brett Lawrie's head during Sunday's game against Oakland.
David Ortiz remained in the Red Sox lineup Tuesday as he appealed the one-game suspension handed down by MLB for "making contact" with umpire John Tumpane on Sunday.
Reds manager Bryan Price, after using the F-word 77 times and 10 more variants of other vulgarities during a rant, apologized for "inappropriate language."
A fan who was struck in the head by a foul ball at PNC Park during Monday's game between the Pirates and Cubs has been released from the hospital.
Amid speculation that Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond's job might be in jeopardy because of the team's slow start, owner Jeffrey Loria declined the opportunity to issue a vote of confidence.
The Angels have outlined a plan under which embattled slugger Josh Hamilton could rejoin the team in early June, according to a report by the Los Angeles Times.
During his stint in the Persian Gulf on a Navy carrier, Mitch Harris kept his pitching arm -- and his hopes of eventually making it to the majors -- in shape by tossing a baseball on the flight d
Now that Cubs shortstop Addison Russell is in the majors, what's his fantasy value?
Eduardo Perez discusses the San Diego Padres' success and if their offseason spending will lead to the postseason.
Ryan Zimmerman and Hanley Ramirez are among five prominent players who've changed positions this season. How are they doing in their transitions?
Jim Bowden looks at the Pirates' difficult decision in whether to keep Jung Ho Kang up with the big club while he adjusts to life in the American game.
This year's Tigers, off to a sizzling 11-2 start on the heels of Alfredo Simon's victory over the Yankees on Monday, look more like a team and less like a collection of talent.
After the Red Sox and Orioles split a four-game series, Chris Singleton picks Boston as the team to beat in the AL East.
The White Sox started shaking off the cobwebs late Monday, roaring back to life when they had looked listless all night and all season.
Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy was placed on the 15-day disabled list after he fractured a left toe in Monday night's loss.
Brewers second baseman Scooter Gennett cut his left hand in the shower and needed five stitches, an injury that could land him on the disabled list.
Heralded prospect Carlos Rodon has been called up by the White Sox to pitch out of the bullpen, but Chris Singleton expects the rookie to be a big-time starter in the seasons to come.
If the Mets are going to sustain their early start, here are five players who must rise to the occasion.
For a second straight game, tempers flared between the Royals and A's. Ned Yost was among five who were ejected in Kansas City's come-from-behind win.