The Texas Rangers have reportedly landed Cole Hamels for the Philadelphia Phillies. Top prospect Jorge Alfaro and Jerad Eickhoff are on their way to Philly.
The Milwaukee Brewers have reportedly sent Carlos Gomez to the New York Mets in return for Zack Wheeler and Wilmer Flores.
The Colorado Rockies shortstop was dealt to Toronto ahead of the MLB’s July 31st trade deadline.
Perhaps the only thing more impressive than Randy Johnson’s 1990’s mullet or his triple-digit fastball is his statistical profile.
As John Smoltz prepares to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, he has found a happy life at home with his wife, Kathryn.
One of the most decorated baseball players in history, Randy Johnson also has an impressive life off the field. That’s apparent when you see his happy family.
Craig Biggio’s family has been by his side for many of the biggest accomplishments of his career. That will hold true when he is inducted into Cooperstown.
Carolina Cruz de Martinez, the impressive wife of Hall-of-Famer Pedro, has an incredibly impressive resume herself.
In honor of Randy Johnson’s induction into the 2015 Hall of Fame, take a look back at one of his most memorable, crazy moments.
The Yankees vs. Red Sox rivalry was taken to an entirely new level in 2003 when stud pitcher Pedro Martinez pushed then 72-year-old Don Zimmer to the ground.
One of the most versatile, consistent, dependable players in the history of the game, Craig Biggio has certainly earned his spot in Cooperstown.
With immense success as both a starter and a closer, John Smoltz boasts a Hall-of-Fame resume that is unmatched in baseball history.
One of the best Hall of Fame classes in history, Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio will be inducted into Cooperstown Sunday.
Colin Cowherd has angered Jose Bautista and other Dominican baseball players with his comments on his ESPN Radio show about Dominicans.
The MLB trade deadline is quickly approaching, and the rumors on Cole Hamels, Johnny Cueto, Justin Upton and others are heating up.