Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray and one-time NBA champion Scott Burrell share an amazing piece of history in professional sports.
Hall of Fame outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. hated the Yankees and refused to play for them. Ex-Yankees manager Billy Martin is to thank.
Ken Griffey Jr. found yet another way to honor his father on April 10, 2000. The first-year Reds outfielder and future Hall of Famer became the youngest player to join the 400-home run club 20 years ago. Griffey’s milestone home run occurred on his father, Ken Sr.’s, birthday. What happened on the day Ken Griffey …
Before he was arguably baseball’s biggest star in the 1990s, Ken Griffey Jr. was simply a 19-year-old hoping to make an immediate impact with the Seattle Mariners. In a time before service time debates, the Mariners chose to open the 1989 season with a young minor league player who gave them the best chance at …
Japanese outfielder Ichrio Suzuki arrived in America with high expectations. Suzuki began a legendary MLB career when he debuted on April 2, 2001.
In honor of April Fool’s Day, who are the biggest and best pranksters in sports history? Some of the answers are sure to make you laugh.
Ken Griffey Jr. was one of baseball’s biggest stars during the ’90s. Did all this fame and success lead to a sizable net worth for Griffey?
On this day in 1951, New York Yankees legend Mickey Mantle hit a 650-foot home run. Or did he? We have the answer.
Felix Hernandez became the 23rd pitcher to throw a perfect game in 2012. It was the first one in Seattle Mariners history.
Ken Griffey Jr. was one of the best home run hitters in history. He could have hit a lot more, though, had he stayed healthy.
After he came from Japan to the Seattle Marines, Suzuki was known for his ability to get the right hit at the right time. Now he’s retired.
Recently, a Korean golfer got a three-year ban for giving the middle finger. He wasn’t the only one in sports history to do this, however.
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Sports Illustrated looked at the futures of these MLB teams and developed an algorithm meant to show who has the bleakest future.
You don’t need box seats to have a great time at the ballpark. Here’s your guide to enjoying any game in cheap MLB seats.
The New York Yankees and St. Louis Cardinals have had all sorts of success in Major League Baseball, but who are the worst franchises in league history?
Ken Griffey Jr. is one of the best players to ever put on a uniform and play a baseball game. Here are the greatest moments of his career.
There are a few teams in modern baseball history that got off to great starts, just like the 2016 Chicago Cubs.
King Felix has toed the rubber for over a decade for the Mariners. Despite his longevity, he’s still pitching like one of the best in the game.
As expected, Ken Griffey Jr. is heading to Cooperstown — and he’s doing so in record fashion.
Max Scherzer just signed a massive deal with the Washington Nationals. How does it compare to the contracts received by other elite pitchers in baseball?
For the first time since money was printed, the Yankees will not have one of the highest-paid MLB players. Here are the 8 biggest earners of 2015.
Their hits might not be part of a pennant chase, but these guys can rake nonetheless.
Each member of this foursome went on an extended, serious tear at the plate this year.
By hitting a home run in his fifth consecutive game, Seattle Mariners right fielder Nelson Cruz swung his way into the Major League Baseball record books.
Here are 5 signs this MLB season’s power outage is of historic proportions.
These ten MLB pitchers have gotten the highest percentage of batters to swing and miss in 2014. The best will surprise many fans.
Here’s a look at the six highest-paid Major League Baseball players this season.
Here are the 10 MLB prospects expected to have a big league impact in 2014.
Some MLB players exceed their sky-high expectations and deliver huge returns on teams’ investments. Here are 5 prime examples.
Here are 10 Major League Baseball pitchers set to dominate opposing lineups in 2014.