Former Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain’s career was filled with fist pumps, strikeouts, and injuries. Where is the former phenom now?
A look back at the story of how the Cincinnati Reds nearly acquired Babe Ruth before he ever went to the New York Yankees.
Former MLB All-Star catcher Mike Piazza reflects on his on-the-field issues with pitcher Roger Clemens during the 2000 season.
Major League Baseball’s all-time hits leader Pete Rose offers advice and insight to players who will have a delayed start to the 2020 season.
Sports Illustrated exposed baseball legend Pete Rose’s gambling habits on this day in 1989. Will Pete Rose become a Hall of Famer?
Reggie Jackson hit three home runs in Game 6 of the 1977 World Series to clinch the title. He hit one on opening day in 1978 and it sent candy bars flying.
Zack Greinke has been one of the most dominant pitchers over the past 16 years. He has also been one of the highest-paid athletes too.
Remembering one-handed pitcher Jim Abbott’s no-hitter against the Cleveland Indians and finding out what he is doing today.
How did every hitter on the 1940 Chicago White Sox opening day roster end the day with the same batting average as they started? Bob Feller tossed a no-hitter.
MLB Opening Day was supposed to return today, but in the meantime you can now stream Ken Burns’ “Baseball” for free.
Pedro Martinez is one of the biggest stars in Red Sox history. He won three Cy Young awards and one World Series title in Boston.
There have only been four MLB players to hit three home runs on Opening Day. Take a look at who they are and when the last time it happened.
Former All-Star pitcher Dan Haren is finding a unique way to help families affected by the coronavirus shutdown: bobbleheads.
We don’t know when baseball’s 2020 Opening Day will arrive, but past seasons have kicked off with memorable moments.
Who hit the most Opening Day home runs in MLB history? The answer, as well as which active player is closest, may surprise you.
On this day in 1951, New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle hit a 650-foot home run. Or did he? We have the answer.
In 1989, Orel Hershiser was MLB’s highest-paid player. But he made more money after baseball thanks to his poker skills.
Fox Sports announcer Joe Buck is making it impossible to hate him as he works on his play-by-play skills on social media.
A look at the different teams Babe Ruth played for in his 22-year career in Major League Baseball.
It’s already been 10 years since former Texas Rangers star Josh Hamilton’s thrilling MVP season. What is Hamilton doing in retirement?
Would Major League Baseball consider playing seven-inning doubleheaders to help save the 2020 baseball season?
Felix Hernandez became the 23rd pitcher to throw a perfect game in 2012. It was the first one in Seattle Mariners history.
Agent Scott Boras has outlined a plan for the Major League Baseball schedule that would include a World Series game on Christmas Day.
On this day 12 years ago, Boston Red Sox left fielder Manny Ramirez had four RBIs in the earliest Opening Day in MLB history.
Randy Johnson tossed a no-hitter, threw a perfect game, and won five Cy Young Awards. He’s remembered by many for a single pitch that detonated a bird.
The Houston Astros are named after the historic Astrodome, but the team no longer plays their home games there. Why not?
Bob Uecker was a better catcher than a hitter in the major leagues in the 1960s before becoming a popular baseball announcer and TV personality.
Female coaches in men’s sports leagues has been a thing for years and Major League Baseball is finally catching up.
Nearly a decade after his last stint as a major league manager, what is former New York Mets manager Bobby V doing in 2020?
The New York Yankees won its third consecutive World Series title in 2000. They are the last team in baseball to win three straight.
Barry Bonds’ record-breaking 756th home run ball sold for nearly $750,000 in 2008, but where is it now and how did it get there?
Tom Brady was one of three future New England Patriots taken in the 1995 Major League Baseball amateur draft.
Manny Ramirez won two World Series championships with the Boston Red Sox before his career took a turn due to positive PED tests. Where is the former All-Star now?
Joe Morgan was a key member of the great Cincinnati Reds teams in the 1970s and continued in baseball after his 1990 induction into the Hall of Fame.
Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg have shots at reaching a milestone that no overall No. 1 draft pick has ever hit in Major League Baseball.
The beginning of Babe Ruth’s career was over 100 years ago, but he’s still one of the most fascinating pro athletes
MLB pitchers can throw with mind-bending velocity. Every so often, the ball gets away from them, ending in a painful experience.
Detroit Tigers are currently in the rebuilding process. How long will it take for them to get back to the playoffs?
With rising ticket prices and TV contracts, baseball and football players can make serious bank. So which group of athletes make more money?
Originally worth little more than pennies, Mickey Mantle’s baseball cards now fetch staggering sums in the memorabilia market.
Derek Jeter had a Hall of Fame career with the New York Yankees, but he could have been drafted by the Houston Astros instead.
Some of baseball’s greatest players donned a Boston Red Sox uniform. Here are some MLB stars who recently did the same.
Everyone knows the New York Yankees pinstripes and interlocking NY logo, but how did they get that iconic look?
His spring training was interrupted by the coronavirus shutdown, but Boston Red Sox announcer Josh Lewis hit a home run with a hilarious video.
Chris Sale will miss the entire 2020 season after the Red Sox announced he will undergo Tommy John surgery on his left elbow. It’s another blow for the city of Boston.
Tom Brady isn’t the only star athlete who played for a different team at the end of his career. Here are some baseball stars who did the same.
Derek Jeter is one of the best players to ever play in the MLB. Before he went to the league he was committed to play at this college.
With MLB teams wanting to keep stars healthy and limit their workload, it’s unlikely that anyone will break Cal Ripken Jr.’s record.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have promised to continue paying minor leaguers a stipend during the coronavirus shutdown.
Major League Baseball is stepping into action and planning to help ballpark employees. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Tuesday that the league’s 30 clubs will make a sizable donation to help gameday staffers who otherwise would not have been paid because of the coronavirus shutdown. The 2020 season was delayed last week and is now …