No Fowler, a restructured Gallardo deala��Baltimore isn’t much more threatening than they were in 2015.
As another week in baseball passes, commissioner Rob Manfred appears to be close to an important decision.
It’s February 5 and Yovani Gallardo remains unsigned. Here’s who should change that.
We cover arbitration, big-money signings, and more from this past week.
With a noticeable dip in production the past two seasons, has Texas’ shortstop become expendable?
There’s no way you bet on the Rangers to win the AL West this season. How’d they pull it off?
Colby Rasmus already made history, but can we expect any other players to accept the qualifying offer?
For a taste of what’s to come this offseason, here’s the wind up, in all its offseason glory.
Both American League Division Series kick off today, and the matchups don’t disappoint.
The NL wild card leaders square off, and there are aces in abundance across MLB today.
Jung-ho Kang, knee-jerk reactions, Texas takes hold of the AL West, and plenty more from the week that was in MLB.
Prince Fielder is back with a vengeance, and with the Texas Rangers hovering around .500 while remaining right in the thick of the AL wild card race, anything is possible.
The Brewers just keep falling further down the standings. Is there any end in sight?
Gallardo has given the fans of Milwaukee plenty to cheer about thus far.
This week is a huge one for inter-divisional match-ups, as a quartet of them will take place between Monday and Tuesday evenings. Here’s a peek: