Miami Marlins pitcher Paul Campbell has been suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance, the league announced Monday afternoon.
Early in Sunday’s loss, the Yankees problem subtly slipped by.
Pete Rose is exactly what you'd expect him to be at 80 years old.
Didn’t want baseball’s All-Star Game argument to float off into its regularly scheduled lassitude without a few Sunday observations, submitted with typically dubious respect to all parties.
Some of my favorite childhood memories took place at Turner Field.
Outfielder Christian Yelich has been roundly booed during the Milwaukee Brewers’ first trip to Chicago with fans in the stands since 2019, and it makes perfect sense.
Attention fans, now pinch-hitting for Atlanta: Denver.
To celebrate a game-changing century, the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum was planning to have a "game-changing" year in 2020.
After a drawn-out, suspenseful final 72 hours, Francisco Lindor and the Mets agreed to a deal that will keep the superstar shortstop in Queens long term.
A scramble up the grass hill for a home run souvenir. The scent of sunscreen mixed with pine tar. Games where no one really cares if the home …
Late in the fall of 1977, a business administration major at Western Michigan University made an unusual request.
Today’s harangue starts with a one-question pop quiz, and don’t worry, it’s multiple choice.
It is one week until the first day of the last season under baseball’s current collective bargaining agreement, and Tony Clark has a problem. Or a win. Or both. These days, it can be tough to tell.
Bryce Harper did not have a hometown team to root for growing up in Las Vegas, nearly 300 miles from the closest major-league ballpark.
Between watching these spring training games so far, or examining this latest set of rule change experiments for the minor leagues this year, it’s become abundantly clear that Rob Manfred’s geek patrol is running amok.
The left-handed slugger comes to bat, and the modern infield shifts.
Manager Terry Francona says no one within the organization deliberately covered anything up for former pitching coach Mickey Callaway following a report of new allegations of inappropriate behavior during Callaway's time with Cleveland.
Joe Maddon loves a good hit-and-run play, a timely stolen base, a well-executed sacrifice bunt, a choke-up-on-the-bat, two-strike bloop hit to shallow right field.
The Padres hope to never have to see Fernando Tatis Jr. play a game in another uniform.
Forget Wall Street. Jim & Steve’s Sportscards in Waukegan may have had the hottest initial public offering Wednesday: the Topps 2021 Series 1 baseball cards.