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In response to Major League Baseball's recommendations to improve safety at games, the Rays plan on implementing changes to Tropicana Field.
Should the Indians opt to send one of their starters packing, how much would the rotation suffer? Indians reporters Paul Hoynes and Zack Meisel discuss the pros and cons of dealing a starting pitcher.
The Dodgers are one of the first teams in baseball to announce they will comply with Major League Baseball’s new recommendation for extended netting beyond home plate. The screening at Dodger Stadium will soon stretch beyond its current area directly behind the plate to the closest edge of each...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- It doesn't take much offense to become a competent two-way catcher in the major leagues these days.
GM Dave Stewart doesn’t view the Shelby Miller trade as an overpay.
Warren has the best ERA of any Yankees with 100.0+ innings in '15
The Marlins are asking for a huge haul in exchange for Jose Fernandez.
NASHVILLE — The Nationals have enough immediate concerns — left-handed hitting to find and a bullpen to rebuild — to keep busy this offseasoln. But the future looms, requiring consideration: Stephen Strasburg will be a free agent after the 2016 season, and though reigning MVP Bryce Harper is under team control through the 2018 season, his long-term value seems destined to burgeon into an u
In conjunction with the recommendation of Major League Baseball, the Red Sox will soon expand the backstop netting behind home plate for the 2016 season.
The Brewers received three right-handed pitchers from the Seattle Mariners, all under age 20. Going that young is further indication the ballclub is focused on a long-term plan to try to become competitive again.