In ESPN The Magazine, Peter Keating writes that A's GM Billy Beane is at the forefront of another new trend in baseball -- which is actually an old trend in baseball. But it works, well, like magic.
Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright is expected to miss the rest of the 2015 season due to an Achilles injury he suffered Saturday while stumbling out of the batter's box, a source told Jim Bowden.
Adrian Beltre had a rough night at the plate Friday against Garrett Richards, but the Rangers third baseman got the last laugh, sending the Angels pitcher an invoice for three broken bats.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Brandon McCarthy left Saturday night's game against the San Diego Padres with right elbow tightness.
Matt Harvey finished one out shy of a complete game, leading the Mets to an 8-2 victory Saturday over the crosstown rival Yankees.
Six players were suspended and a seventh was fined for their roles in Thursday's Royals-White Sox brawl.
Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday with a strained right hamstring
Jim Fanning, the longtime Montreal Expos executive who managed the franchise to its only playoff appearance in Canada, has died. He was 87.
Tristan H. Cockcroft discusses why Cardinals pitcher Lance Lynn is worth the start on Sunday.
The Mets' Juan Lagares is quickly developing into more than just the best defensive center fielder in baseball.
Injuries have tested the Dodgers' pitching staff. Scott Baker takes the mound Sunday afternoon at Petco Park in the finale of this three-game series.
With protests ongoing just outside Camden Yards, the Orioles snapped a five-game losing streak on David Lough's walk-off homer in the 10th inning.
Sport Science explains how Detroit shortstop Jose Iglesias nails the Yankees' Brett Gardner with a great off-balance throw.
Unless the Los Angeles Angels are convinced Josh Hamilton can't be an effective hitter, the decision to trade him makes little sense, writes Buster Olney.
If his histrionics persist, Kansas City pitcher Yordano Ventura could be lumped in with baseball's infamous on-field agitators.
Without Zobrist and Coco Crisp, the A's are simultaneously short-handed in the outfield and the infield, and short of roster spots.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Jeff Samardzija expressed regret for playing a prominent role in Thursday's brawl with the Kansas City Royals.
It wasn't a masterpiece, but Jon Lester had his best start yet for the Cubs, recording 10 strikeouts.
Zack Greinke continued his hot April on the mound, as the Dodgers' right-hander was composed in mowing down the San Diego Padres.
The Yankees began to make amends for a decade-long oversight by kicking off a celebration of Bernie Williams and his time with the club.
If Giancarlo Stanton needs inspiration in his comeback from getting hit in the face, he can look to players who kept going through similarly traumatic experiences.