While Dave Winfield had plenty of talent on the baseball field, that didn’t stop the Canadian authorities from arresting him in 1983.
Here’s a look at updated list of every MLB player that’s choosing not to play the 2020 season due to COVID-19 concerns.
Cincinnati Reds Hall of Famer Cesar Geronimo, against astronomical odds, was the 3000th strikeout victim of two Hall of Fame pitchers.
MLB owners have delayed the start of the season after claiming they would lose too much money. But how much would they really lose?
Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken Jr. are two of the most legendary baseball players of their era. But many fans forget that both had brother make it to the majors.
A look at exactly how many pitchers gave up home runs to former Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds.
In 2005, Johnny Damon left the Boston Red Sox to join the New York Yankees. 15 years later, he’s still rubbing salt in the wound.
A look at the career and net worth of former MLB All-Star Bobby Bonilla, who still receives a $1.19 million check from the Mets every July 1.
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?
When Thurman Munson tragically died in 1979, the New York Yankees lost more than a player; they lost their heart and soul.
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, …
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.
Roberto Clemente was a star for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The baseball legend tragically died in a plane crash on Christmas Eve 1972.
Believe it or not, Shawon Dunston was once the most highly-coveted prospect in baseball. After hitting an astounding .790 in his senior year at Thomas Jefferson High School in Brooklyn, Dunston was taken with the first overall pick in the 1982 MLB draft by the Chicago Cubs, becoming the first player from the New York …
A look back on the career, life, and tragic death of Minnesota Twins legend and Hall of Famer Kirby Puckett.
From the World Cup to the NBA Finals to the O.J. Simpson car chase, June 17, 1994, was one the craziest days in the history of sports.
Mark McGwire refused to meet the fan who caught his 70th home run. After a deal with the Cardinals fell through, he sold it for $3 million.
Mark McGwire may have won the 1998 home run race, but Sammy Sosa earned more money than his heavy-hitting rival.
In 1998, St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Mark McGwire and Chicago Cubs right fielder Sammy Sosa took baseball fans on a wild ride in pursuit of Roger Maris’ single-season home run record, a season that some still say saved baseball. The story of the legendary home run race is the subject of ESPN’s latest documentary, …
Barry Bonds obviously doesn’t have the best reputation in the baseball world. However, there are a few instances that highlight Bonds’s generosity.
A look back at the strange 2004 MLB season of Sammy Sosa, his final season as a member of the Chicago Cubs.
Former NL MVP Ken Caminiti’s admission to steroid use was the first domino to fall. It blew open the case of steroid use in baseball. Unfortunately, those weren’t the only drugs Caminiti was putting in his body.
Rob Manfred potentially spoke a 2020 season into existence. Now, Major League Baseball’s commissioner needs to follow through and ensure a season actually happens. The coronavirus pandemic and a labor war have created a de facto lockout in baseball. Manfred has the power to mandate MLB players return to the field and now is the …
Can Spencer Torkelson, the No. 1 pick in the 2020 MLB draft, become one of the select few top picks to make it to the Baseball Hall of Fame?
A look at the five lowest picks in MLB draft history to make it to the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
In the 2011 MLB draft, Mike Trout was taken with the 25th pick. Of the 24 players taken ahead of him, only eight are still in the majors.
Juan González was one of the most coveted MLB players of his era, but his gamble on himself ultimately cost him around $100 million.
Kyle and Corey Seager are one of a few pairs of brothers that both made it to the majors. So which brother is the better overall player?
A look at the crazy rumor that Cal Ripken caught his wife cheating with Kevin Costner and how it nearly cost him his consecutive games streak.
Jason Giambi spent 20 years in the pros and made more than $130 million in the process with the help of a golden thong.
A look at 10 MLB records that will likely never be broken.
MLB players have some of the surest hands in the world, but they still make plenty of mistakes. Who holds the record for the most errors ever?
Mark McGwire is one of the most legendary hitters in baseball history. Even after his PED scandal McGwire’s life revolves around baseball.
Sammy Sosa’s life after baseball has been a strange one. What is Sosa up to these days and what is his net worth looking like?
Mike Trout signed a megadeal in 2019 for $36 million per year, but the MLB’s salary cut proposal would pay him just $8 million.
Lenny Dykstra’s life after baseball has been anything but stable. So what exactly happened to this former World Series winner?
Jose Canseco and his brother Ozzie were not strangers to trouble during their time in professional baseball. What were their worst misdeeds?
Hall-of-Fame catcher Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez actually had to choose between his scheduled wedding and his MLB debut in 1991.
While we now know him as ‘Big Sexy,’ Bartolo Colon grew up working with his father in the Dominican Republic. That labor, however, set the stage for his MLB career.
Mark Teixeira spent 14 seasons with the Rangers, Braves, Angels, and Yankees. How much money did the first baseman make playing Major League Baseball?
Padres legend Tony Gwynn would have turned 60 today. The Hall of Famer incredibly only had one game in which he struck out three times.