Nationals’ Stephen Strasburg, who once signed record-breaking contract, has ‘severe nerve damage’: report
In December 2019, Strasburg signed a seven-year, $245 million deal with the Washington Nationals, breaking the record previously held by David Price ($217 million), after winning the 2019 World Series MVP with the Nats.
Nevada lawmakers question worth of subsidizing proposed Oakland A's stadium on Las Vegas Strip
Stadium subsidies for teams in cities from Buffalo, New York, to Arlington, Texas, have sparked similar heated discussions in statehouses across the country in recent years.
Mother of LA Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw dies
Marianne Tombaugh died Saturday, according to Ellen Kershaw. The pitcher’s wife mentioned it during the dedication of a refurbished youth baseball field in Inglewood that his charity foundation supported.
Dodgers' Mookie Betts gets Airbnb to stay out of supposedly haunted team hotel in Milwaukee
Los Angeles Dodgers star Mookie Betts rented an Airbnb to avoided staying at Milwaukee's supposedly haunted Pfister Hotel during a series against the Brewers.
First look: Orlando group proposes $1.7B stadium to lure MLB franchise to Central Florida
Nearly four years after Orlando Magic co-founder Pat Williams first announced his intentions to lure a Major League Baseball franchise to the City Beautiful, we are getting a first look at renderings for a proposed 45,000-seat domed baseball stadium that would eventually be home to the "Orlando Dreamers."
Vida Blue, the legendary Oakland A's pitcher, has died
Vida Blue, the legendary Oakland A's pitcher of the 1970s, passed away Saturday night, his family and the A's have confirmed.
Oakland A's announcer suspended for using racial slur during broadcast
After appearing to utter a racial slur during a live broadcast Friday night, Oakland A's announcer Glen Kuiper has apologized.
Robbie Ray needs surgery, will miss rest of season for Mariners
Left-handed pitcher Robbie Ray will miss the rest of the season for the Seattle Mariners as he needs surgery to address a flexor tendon injury.
Oakland A's sign agreement to purchase land for Las Vegas ballpark
Major League Baseball's Oakland Athletics on Wednesday announced they have signed a binding agreement to purchase land for a future ballpark in Las Vegas – much to the disappointment of the mayor and others who were promised that the team was "Rooted in Oakland."
Blue Jays’ Anthony Bass takes shot at United Airlines after pregnant wife forced to pick up child’s mess
Sydney Rae Bass, sister of Jessie James Decker, said United provided the popcorn.
106-year-old Rays super fan enjoys historic game at Tropicana Field
More than 21,000 fans filled Tropicana Field Thursday for the Tampa Bay Rays’ historic win. One of those fans was 106-year-old Agnes Ingles.
Rays tie record with 13-0 start, rally to beat Red Sox 9-3
The Tampa Bay Rays tied Major League Baseball's post-1900 record for 13 consecutive wins at a season’s start, rallying to beat the Boston Red Sox 9-3 Thursday behind a seven-run fifth inning that Harold Ramirez began and capped with doubles.
Several MLB teams extend beer sales to 8th inning, Twins included
To combat the time crunch of the pitch clock, at least four MLB teams have extended alcohol sales through the eighth inning this season.
Study: Climate change causing spike in MLB home runs
A new study finds that climate change is making major league sluggers into even hotter hitters, sending an extra 50 or so home runs a year over the fences.
Angels minor league team throws no-hitter, still loses
It's happened just 10 other times in Minor League Baseball since 2005.
Anthony Rendon suspended 5 games for altercation with fan
LA Angels infielder Anthony Rendon faces a 5-game suspension for grabbing a fan by the t-shirt and then taking a swipe at him after the team's Opening Day loss against Oakland Athletics.
MLB legend Ken Griffey Jr among highest-paid Reds players in 2023
Ken Griffey Jr. has not appeared in a Major League Baseball game since the 2010 season with the Seattle Mariners but he’s still due a paycheck with the Cincinnati Reds this season.
Cuban baseball player defects after team's loss to USA in World Baseball Classic
Ivan Prieto Gonzalez failed to show up to his flight back to Havana with the team on Monday.
MLB umpires will have a new view for replays this season – on Zoom
Major League Baseball struck a deal with Zoom Video Communications Inc. allowing on-field umpires to watch the replay operations center evaluating contested calls.
Jose Altuve hit-by-pitch in World Baseball Classic, leaves game with thumb fracture
Jose Altuve left Venezuela’s 9-7 quarterfinal loss to the United States on Saturday night with a fractured right thumb after getting hit by a pitch in another injury setback at the World Baseball Classic.