1. Bronson Arroyo Injury: Updates on Nationals Pitcher's Shoulder and Recovery

    Bronson Arroyo 's bid for a comeback with the Washington Nationals has hit a snag, as the pitcher has suffered a shoulder injury heading into the season. Continue for updates...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 1 month ago 33,339 reads 26 comments

  2. Why Carson Smith Will Be the Steal of the Offseason

    In the midst of an offseason shopping spree meant to restore its success, the Boston Red Sox pulled off a largely unheralded trade, acquiring Carson Smith from the Seattle Mariners ...

    William Brabrook Written by William Brabrook about 1 month ago 1,299 reads 0 comments

  3. Cardinals Comment on Tyler Dunnington's Allegations of Homophobia

    The St. Louis Cardinals have said they are taking allegations of homophobia made by former minor league pitcher Tyler Dunnington "very seriously." The Cardinals made their brief statement to Ben Frederickson and Derrick Goold of the St...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 1 month ago 30,170 reads 0 comments

  4. Julio Teheran Needs to Prove the Braves Right in 2016

    The Atlanta Braves have made it clear they are rebuilding this season, and they have also made it clear that during that rebuild, Julio Teheran will need to be the team’s ace...

    Matt Jennings Written by Matt Jennings about 1 month ago 3,365 reads 11 comments

  5. Red Sox Cuban Phenom Yoan Moncada More Than Flashy Cars, Hype and Muscles

    FORT MYERS, Fla. — It's Yoan Moncada's turn. After 90 minutes of fielding drills, the prospect one major league scout labeled "the closest thing to [Mike] Trout I've seen," ...

    Bill Speros Written by Bill Speros about 1 month ago 96,867 reads 52 comments

  6. Adam LaRoche Retires: Latest Comments and Reaction

    Chicago White Sox first baseman Adam LaRoche wants to retire, per Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune ...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 1 month ago 32,205 reads 67 comments

  7. Ruben Tejada Released by Mets: Latest Comments, Reaction

    The New York Mets placed infielder Ruben Tejada on waivers Tuesday and released him Wednesday after he went unclaimed, per Anthony DiComo of MLB .com. Adam Rubin of ESPN...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 1 month ago 24,406 reads 61 comments

  8. Edwin Encarnacion Injury: Updates on Blue Jays Star's Oblique and Return

    Toronto Blue Jays star Edwin Encarnacion is dealing with an oblique injury, and it is uncertain when he will be able to return to action. Continue for updates...

    Scott Polacek Written by Scott Polacek about 1 month ago 1,935 reads 4 comments

  9. Top Prospect Report Cards Midway Through 2016 MLB Spring Training

    One of the most exciting parts of spring training is that fans get a chance to see some of their favorite team's top prospects...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 1 month ago 67,933 reads 80 comments

  10. Scott Miller's Starting 9: Yankees Try Building Without Opening Their Checkbook

    TAMPA, Fla. — Pass the sunscreen, it's getting hot here amid the palm trees... 1. The "Rebuild" Begins in New York Not only is it the most mind-warping number of the ...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 1 month ago 66,915 reads 42 comments

  11. Taijuan Walker Ready to Break Out, Form 1-2 Ace Duo with Felix Hernandez

    If all the prospect reports and estimated times of arrival had been right, we wouldn't be asking whether Taijuan Walker can step up to be a legitimate "2" to Felix Hernandez's "1" atop the Seattle Mariners starting rotation...

    Danny Knobler Written by Danny Knobler about 1 month ago 6,974 reads 19 comments

  12. What Could Giancarlo Stanton Do in Full Season If Bad Injury Luck Finally Ends?

    In 2016, baseball fans can still think about Giancarlo Stanton the way basketball fans thought about Stephen Curry circa 2012: With talent like that, just imagine what he might do with good health...

    Zachary D. Rymer Written by Zachary D. Rymer about 1 month ago 12,704 reads 16 comments

  13. Full Year of Troy Tulowitzki Makes Blue Jays' MLB-Best Offense Even Better

    There's a debate raging in my head when it comes to the Toronto Blue Jays ' otherworldly offensive output in 2015...

    Seth Gruen Written by Seth Gruen about 1 month ago 5,195 reads 14 comments

  14. Johnny Cueto Injury: Updates on Giants Star's Head and Return

    Johnny Cueto , one of the San Francisco Giants ' two big offseason acquisitions, is not expected to miss any game time after passing concussion tests after being hit in the head by a line drive on Monday...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 1 month ago 26,792 reads 32 comments

  15. Jhonny Peralta Injury Unlikely to Shake Up Hotly Contested 2016 NL Central Race

    The entire National League Central has a vested rooting interest in the Cardinals ' misfortune. It’s hard to blame it. Since the Joe Torre Yankees , there hasn ’t been a more dominant organization...

    Seth Gruen Written by Seth Gruen about 1 month ago 4,416 reads 15 comments

  16. Giants' Madison Bumgarner-Buster Posey Duo Best MLB Battery in Decades

    What has four legs, six rings and the undying affection of the City by the Bay? That'd be the San Francisco Giants ' Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey, hands down the best ...

    Jacob Shafer Written by Jacob Shafer about 1 month ago 12,401 reads 49 comments

  17. Jered Weaver Injury: Updates on Angels Pitcher's Spine and Recovery

    Los Angeles Angels pitcher Jered Weaver has recovered from a spine injury and is ready to pitch. Continue for updates. Weaver Starting vs...

    Danny Webster Written by Danny Webster about 1 month ago 20,532 reads 14 comments

  18. Jose Bautista Challenges Phillie Phanatic to a Fitness Contest

    Phillie Phanatic wasn't about to turn down a fitness battle with Jose Bautista . The Toronto Blue Jays star prompted the faceoff ahead of Saturday's spring training game, challenging ...

    Katie Richcreek Written by Katie Richcreek about 1 month ago 11,211 reads 7 comments

  19. Winners and Losers of 2016 Spring Training's First 2 Weeks

    With two weeks of spring training action in the books, it's time to take a look around the MLB landscape and name some winners and losers...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 1 month ago 80,829 reads 46 comments

  20. David Freese to Pirates: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

    David Freese is taking his hitting prowess to a new home, as the veteran third baseman signed with Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 1 month ago 14,804 reads 23 comments

  21. Chicago Cubs' Anthony Rizzo and David Ross Jam out to “Ice Ice Baby"

    David Ross has already made post-baseball plans. While the Chicago Cubs catcher has undoubtedly spent spring training preparing to finish his final season with a title, he's also ...

    Vanessa de Beaumont Written by Vanessa de Beaumont about 1 month ago 13,487 reads 10 comments

  22. Asdrubal Cabrera Injury: Updates on Mets IF's Knee and Return

    New York Mets infielder Asdrubal Cabrera is dealing with a knee injury, however he is on track to return soon. Continue for updates...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 1 month ago 5,274 reads 10 comments

  23. Patience or Panic on 10 Early 2016 Spring Training Concerns

    Spring training is often a time for overreaction. On-field results don't always match expectations as players look to shake off the rust and work on refining their game for the season ahead...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 1 month ago 47,533 reads 51 comments

  24. Updated Spring Training Predictions for All 30 MLB Teams' Final 25-Man Rosters

    We've tried our hand at predicting each team's Opening Day roster a few times so far this offseason, but now that we have some actual spring action to base things on, here's a significantly more in-depth dive into each team's likely roster...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 1 month ago 56,019 reads 78 comments

  25. Mets Generation K 2.0 Rotation Ready 'To Win World Series, Not Just Get There'

    PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Look at them. Far end of the New York Mets spring clubhouse, short row of lockers, crawling around like scorpions in a box. The most lethal rotation in the game, just waiting to sting someone...

    Scott Miller Written by Scott Miller about 1 month ago 79,646 reads 125 comments