Bobby Murcer was a beloved Yankees outfielder and broadcaster. Even in his final months of life, Murcer kept broadcasting Yankee games.
One year ago LA Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs’ tragic death stunned the sports world. Since then, his death has resulted in big changes in MLB.
The Oakland Athletics aren’t a financially stable team. If the current state of things keeps going, they’ll be another victim of COVID-19.
Curtis pride was born deaf, but that did not stop him from achieving his dream of becoming a Major League Baseball player.
New York Yankees pitcher Aroldis Chapman is one of the best relievers in baseball. Just over a decade ago, he worked as an informant for the Cuban government.
Ryan Zimmerman has opted not to play for the Washington Nationals in 2020 but said he’s not retiring. But could anyone blame him if he did?
While Babe Ruth seemed like a super hero on the baseball diamond, he was ravaged by a rare form of cancer and died tragically in 1948.
The New York Yankees honor their greats in Monument Park. Could recent events across the world impact who is honored at Yankee Stadium?
Yankees pitcher Carl Mays famously killed Indians shortstop Ray Chapman with a wild pitch. Here’s why Mays said he didn’t feel guilty.
Taking a chance on a new catcher always risks sacrificing offense. But the Orioles did this with Adley Rutschman in the 2019 draft.
Former Rockies and Yankees pitcher Chad Bettis, a cancer survivor, is retiring from baseball with his “head held high.” Here’s why.
Leeds United has been pranked twice by cardboard cutouts at home soccer matches. Will the San Francisco Giants be next?
MLB second baseman Ray Durham was an All-Star and far better than you remember. The $67 million in career earnings say as much. Just look at his old house.
Don Baylor had success in the MLB as a player and manager. The MLB community recognized Baylor for what he did during his career.
Washington Nationals veteran Ryan Zimmerman is considering sitting out the 2020 MLB season to assure the safety of his family.
During an off-day of spring training in 1993, two Cleveland Indians pitchers, Tim Crews and Steve Olin, were killed in a boating accident.
Andrew Toles was a playoff hero for the Los Angeles Dogers a few years ago. Now, his tragic post-baseball story has gotten far worse.
Hideki Irabu may have been a bust in the big leagues, but the ex-Yankee pitcher changed MLB free agency forever. Here’s how Irabu did it.
Former San Francisco Giants pitcher Juan Marichal ignited what might be the most horrific brawl in Major League Baseball history.
When Thurman Munson tragically died in 1979, the New York Yankees lost more than a player; they lost their heart and soul.
A look at the career of New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter and the five players taken ahead of him in the 1992 MLB draft.
Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks is a potent five-tool player when healthy. Hicks could make MLB history when the 2020 season opens in July.
Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander formed the backbone of a ferocious Detroit Tigers pitching staff, but were they friends when they played together?
The 2020 MLB season will feature a unique and condensed schedule format. Could that lead to new and different interleague rivalries?
The 2020 MLB season appears to be a go, albeit with a 60-game season. Who will be baseball’s first 60-game home run champion?
Chris Bosio turned a lengthy pitching career into a long coaching journey. The Detroit Tigers fired Bosio in June 2018 over alleged bullying. Where is he now?
All-Star pitcher Jeff Samardzija had a great college football career at Notre Dame and could have gone to play in the NFL.
Alex Rodriguez is Hall of Fame material, but how does he compare to the Yankees’ greatest third basemen in history?
Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn is arguably one of the best hitters to ever play in the MLB. Gwynn could have pursued a basketball career too.
Darryl Kile threw a no-hitter and made three All-Star games in his career, but he tragically passed away in 2002 at the age of 33.
While pitching may be an important part of building a winning baseball team, most fans head to the ballpark hoping to see something a bit more flashy. If that was the case, Vladimir Guerrero was your man. Whether the outfielder was throwing out baserunners with incredible ease or turning seemingly unhittable pitches into home runs, …
Pitcher Domingo German’s suspension under the MLB domestic violence policy will cost him the full 2020 season.
In 2015, Curt Schilling posted his collection of Nazi memorabilia from World War II on Facebook, and he still has it on his page today.
Former Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott’s huge net worth at the time of her death is overshadowed by her racist remarks.
Alex Rodriguez will soon be eligible for the Hall of Fame. For him to get in, though, one of three things needs to happen.
Jacoby Ellsbury missed the entire 2018 and 2019 season due to injuries but he continued to make a nice amount of money with the Yankees.
Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout is losing more money than any other player in the abbreviated MLB season scheduled to start next month.
Steve Bechler had finally gotten a taste of what it was like to pitch under the bright lights of Major League Baseball. He was entering spring training with a focus on making the Baltimore Orioles roster and not playing in their farm system any longer. Bechler was 23 years old and entering his sixth year …
When Rickey Henderson joined the Toronto Blue Jays, he wanted to wear No. 24. So he did what he had to do to get that number.
A look at what the 2019 MLB postseason would have looked like if every team had only played 60 games, which now may happen in 2020.
All-Star Mookie Betts has had a successful MLB career so far. He also has had success in another sport as well.
Yankees legend Billy Martin passed away in a car accident in 1989. His tragic and sudden death may have changed Yankees history forever.
During his time in Major League Baseball, Roy Halladay established himself as an elite pitcher. His life, however, ended in tragedy.
The former Cardinals outfielder Oscar Taveras had a promising MLB career ahead of him before his devastating passing.
Bryce Harper reached another record-breaking contract with the Phillies in 2019 for $330 million. Did this deal set Harper up to fail?
During his career, Lou Gehrig became a New York Yankees legend. ALS, however, ended his baseball career and the Iron Horse tragically died soon after.
A look back on the career of Nolan Ryan, who somehow never won a Cy Young Award despite holding numerous MLB pitching records.
Roberto Clemente was a star for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The baseball legend tragically died in a plane crash on Christmas Eve 1972.
Don Wilson pitched for the Houston Astros for nine seasons, but his tragic death in 1975 left more questions than answers.
While Ken Griffey Jr. became one of baseball’s brightest stars, he refused to join the New York Yankees because of George Steinbrenner’s hypocrisy.