When it comes to Baltimore sports fans, there are few who would argue against the notion that Cal Ripken Jr. is the most revered professional athlete ever put on a uniform and represent Charm City.
Larry Walker made a fantastic fashion impression Tuesday by wearing a SpongeBob SquarePants shirt while making the media rounds in the wake of his election into the Hall of Fame.
CC Sabathia has not held back his anger this week while reacting to the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal, and the recently retired pitcher took it to another level by profanely going scorched ear
Former Washington Nationals first baseman and current free agent Ryan Zimmerman strapped on the pads Wednesday and played goalie at a Washington Capitals practice.
It’s all but a formality that Derek Jeter will be elected into the Hall of Fame next week, and New York City business and political leaders are working on a plan to get a street outside Yan
Veteran first baseman Logan Morrison is unimpressed with the findings in Major League Baseball’s report that summarized the damning results of an investigation into the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing s
Major League Baseball lowered the boom on the Houston Astros organization Monday upon the conclusion of its investigation into the team’s sign-stealing scandal, and New York Yankees manager Aaron Bo
Pete Rose, one of the most notorious, controversial and polarizing personalities in the history of Major League Baseball, has been left dumbfounded amid the fallout of the Houston Astros’ s
Aaron Judge exhibited a lot of class back in 2017 after finishing runner-up to Jose Altuve in American League MVP voting, tweeting out a congratulatory message to the Houston Astros star.
Tim Tebow’s long-shot attempt at carving out an MLB career will continue for at least another spring training.
The New York Yankees pulled out all the stops in a charm offensive during the team’s dogged pursuit of Gerrit Cole, and the organization used some inside knowledge of the ace pitcher’s taste in wine t
Madison Bumgarner surprised some in the baseball world with his decision to balk at reportedly more lucrative deals and sign with the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The New York Yankees locked down the top pitcher on the free-agent market when the team signed Gerrit Cole to a historic nine-year, $324 million deal this week.
It should come as no surprise, then, that A-Rod fully endorses the Yankees’ bold move to sign Gerrit Cole to a record-setting contract.
Tampa Bay Rays ace Blake Snell is not happy at all about the the trade that shipped outfielder Tommy Pham to the San Diego Padres, to put it mildly.