Let’s take a look at the contenders for the best day of the sports year.
Joy filled the air at America’s ballparks and it even permeated its way into the social media universe as well.
Cole Hamels will still be wearing red pinstripes and pitching for the Philadelphia Phillies on opening day. By October, he could be pitching at Fenway Park.
Tonight we begin the transition from March Madness to baseball as the MLB season prepares to kick off when the St. Louis Cardinals visit the Chicago Cubs.
It’s been a crazy couple of years for Andrew Heaney, who has risen through the Minor League ranks, been traded twice in a matter of hours this offseason and has struggled to find effectiveness at the big league level. But at 23 years old, the Angels’ new top prospect still has plenty of time to break into the rotation this season.
Opening Day is just two days away! That means spring is here and it’s time to get the tailgate gear ready to head to the local ballpark and watch some baseball. Here’s my predictions for the major awards (ROY, Cy Young, and MVP) in both leagues.
These five youngsters will impress in 2015; so much to crack the midsummer classic roster
FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) _ The Boston Red Sox optioned Rusney Castillo and Jackie Bradley Jr. to Triple-A Pawtucket on Thursday, clearing the way for Mookie Betts to start in center field. With a glut […]
Now, at 21 years old with almost a full season under his belt, Odor is ready to prove that it is he who is actually the Rangers’ second baseman of the future.
Boston Red Sox catcher Christian Vazquez will have Tommy John surgery on his right elbow.