Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez apologized Tuesday to the fans for his role in the Biogenesis doping scandal. A-Rod did so in a hand-written statement, admitting his “mistakes.”
The New York Yankees announced that Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte will have their numbers retired in 2015, bringing the total to 18.
Little League Baseball stripped Jackie Robinson West of their 2014 United States Championship.
Just a few months ago the San Francisco Giants were raising the World Series trophy. In a few days, they’re back on the field for spring training. Get each team’s report date here.
James Shields has agreed to terms with the Padres. The impending deal will be the largest in club history.
Yoan Moncada is the latest, fast-rising Cuban baseball player to defect to the United States and look to sign with an MLB team.
Ernie Banks, who died Friday night at the age of 83, was a two-time MVP, a 14-time All-Star and a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Ernie Banks, who died Friday night at the age of 83, was by any measure the greatest player in Cubs history and one of the best in baseball history.
He’s a superstar QB and a Super Bowl champion, but Russell Wilson was also a star baseball player, too.
Alicia Rickter is a model, actress and former Playboy Playmate. She is married to former MLB player Mike Piazza and together they have two daughters.
The 2015 MLB Hall of Fame Voting is today. Find out which players were inducted into Cooperstown here.
Today, the results for the 2015’s Major League Baseball Hall of Fame Voting will be released.
John Smoltz, a modest 22nd round draft pick, was one of the Atlanta Braves aces of the 90s and, now, he has a chance to be elected into Cooperstown.
Nicknamed “The Big Unit,” the tall, hard-throwing left-handed starting pitcher Randy Johnson has a chance to be inducted into Cooperstown today.
Pedro Martinez carved a dominant career for himself on five teams, and is one of the 1st time players on the ballot in this year’s Hall of Fame voting.