1. MLB Records That Could Fall During the Rest of the 2014 Season

    With just over three quarters of the MLB season complete, it is a good time to take a look at some records that are on the verge of being broken during the rest of the 2014 campaign...

    Matthew Smith Written by Matthew Smith about 2 months ago 1,560 reads 7 comments

  2. Over/Under for MLB Stars Chasing Major League Milestones

    The second half of the MLB season is typically all about division and pennant races, but in 2014, there are a handful of interesting records and milestones that could fall. The biggest record surrounds Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu...

    Bleacher Report Milestones Written by Bleacher Report Milestones about 3 months ago 10,993 reads 2 comments

  3. Top 10 Asian MLB Players of All Time

    Asian Major League Baseball players have made an indelible mark on the game over the past generation. Bringing their accomplished skills and grace to the highest level, new stars from the East are seemingly born every year...

    James Duncan Written by James Duncan about 5 months ago 1,487 reads 0 comments

  4. Ranking the Greatest Negro League Players Who Never Played in MLB

    Major League Baseball does a great job of honoring its past, even those who, unfortunately, weren't allowed to be part of it. The annual April celebration of Jackie Robinson Day serves as a two-fold remembrance of a great player and civic hero...

    Joe Giglio Written by Joe Giglio about 5 months ago 6,362 reads 17 comments

  5. Pitchers Who Could Challenge MLB's 20-Strikeout Game Record

    If you are a fan of power pitching and strikeout artists, it's never been a better time to watch the game of baseball evolve. Heading into play on May 5, 26 starting pitchers were averaging at least one strikeout per inning...

    Joe Giglio Written by Joe Giglio about 6 months ago 9,345 reads 44 comments

  6. Amazing Footage Surfaces of Infamous 1919 'Black Sox' World Series

    Hey, want to see how legendary scandals are made? Black Sock researcher Jacob Pomrenke (h/t CBS Sports ' Matt Snyder, Deadspin 's Tim Marchman ) gave us all quite the historical reminder with this video...

    Gabe Zaldivar Written by Gabe Zaldivar about 6 months ago 32,526 reads 28 comments

  7. What Superstars Will Be Next to Hit MLB's 500 Home Run Milestone?

    The sterling 14-year career of Albert Pujols has landed him among a valley of baseball giants in the 500 home run club. Upon Pujols' inclusion, 26 major league hitters have reached the milestone across the history of the game...

    Joe Giglio Written by Joe Giglio about 6 months ago 13,021 reads 33 comments

  8. Selecting the New York Mets' All-21st Century Team, Position by Position

    Let's face it: The 21st century has not been all that kind to the New York Mets . Sure, they made the playoffs twice, including a World Series appearance in 2000. But that's about as good as it gets for the boys from Queens...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about 6 months ago 2,106 reads 12 comments

  9. Ranking the 10 Greatest Home Openers in Pittsburgh Pirates History

    Through only three games played this season, the Pittsburgh Pirates already have two walk-off wins. The Pirates opened their new season in grand style Monday afternoon, as second ...

    Ryan Gaule Written by Ryan Gaule about 7 months ago 1,078 reads 0 comments

  10. Bleacher Report's Official Rankings of the 50 Greatest Teams in MLB History

    A couple weeks back, I gave my take on the 100 greatest MLB players of all time, and that article sparked some terrific debate...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 7 months ago 44,732 reads 105 comments

  11. The 100 Greatest MLB Players of All Time

    Despite what some football fans may say, baseball remains our national pastime, and it has as rich a history as anything in our pop culture...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 8 months ago 268,743 reads 783 comments

  12. Every MLB Team's Best Free-Agent Signing of the Past 5 Years

    MLB free agency is a risky business in which veteran players—most of them beyond their physical primes—fight for the biggest payday possible...

    Ely Sussman Written by Ely Sussman about 11 months ago 1,394 reads 6 comments

  13. Detroit Tigers: Ian Kinsler 2B for Now, but Will He Switch Positions Soon?

    Ernie Banks. Pete Rose. Rod Carew . Robin Yount . Paul Molitor . The common thread may seem obvious—they’re all Hall of Famers (with the exception of Rose, of course)...

    Greg Eno Written by Greg Eno about 11 months ago 7,337 reads 8 comments

  14. BBWAA Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot Given to Deadspin to Determine Vote

    Updates from Wednesday, Jan. 8 It turns out that the mystery voter who gave his ballot to Deadspin was none other than Dan Le Batard of ESPN ...

    Chris Stephens Written by Chris Stephens about 11 months ago 51,340 reads 62 comments

  15. 10 Most Disastrous International Free-Agent Signings in MLB History

    MLB teams have been constantly fine-tuning their player-evaluation methods, but there will always be a crapshoot element to scouting. With international players in particular, it's difficult to project major league success with any certainty...

    Ely Sussman Written by Ely Sussman about 11 months ago 20,287 reads 13 comments

  16. Boston Red Sox World Series Title Creates Unlikely Blueprint for MLB

    While the Boston Red Sox were celebrating their 2013 World Series victory at Fenway Park, I wonder if owner John Henry, team president Larry Lucchino and general manager Ben ...

    Jonathan Cullen Written by Jonathan Cullen about 11 months ago 2,890 reads 14 comments

  17. Ranking the 10 Worst MLB Award Snubs of the Last 20 Years

    As the MLB awards are given out after the conclusion of the playoffs every season, there are surprises every few years. Over the past 20 years, a number of players that deserved to win MLB awards have been snubbed...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about 11 months ago 54,634 reads 73 comments

  18. The Boston Red Sox Legacy Through the Eyes of a 90-Year-Old Fan

    Let us travel back in time to October 2004 just before the Boston Red Sox came back from a 3-0 deficit to defeat the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series...

    Peter Panacy Written by Peter Panacy about 11 months ago 1,583 reads 3 comments

  19. Clayton Kershaw and Biggest Landslide MLB Award Races of the Last 25 Years

    Since he reached the MLB , Clayton Kershaw has been dominating opposing hitters. He picked up the National League Cy Young award in 2011 and finished second to R.A. Dickey last year...

    Robert  Knapel Written by Robert Knapel about 12 months ago 982 reads 3 comments

  20. 26 Greatest Moments in Miami Marlins' Franchise History

    I find the Marlins a fascinating organization. They were the quickest franchise ever to win a World Series , achieving the feat in just their fifth year (1993, 1997). They entered the playoffs that year as the NL Wild Card...

    Gregory John Vitale Written by Gregory John Vitale about 12 months ago 777 reads 2 comments

  21. Ranking Baseball's Last 25 World Series Matchups

    Heading into the 2013 World Series , this matchup between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals looked to have all the makings of a seven-game dog fight. We're just two games in at this point, but things are all knotted up at 1-1 heading to St...

    Joel Reuter Written by Joel Reuter about 12 months ago 11,864 reads 15 comments

  22. Where Kirk Gibson's Epic Walk-off Ranks Among 25 Years of World Series Moments

    With Game 1 of the 2013 World Series taking place on Wednesday, it is unofficially the 25th anniversary of Kirk Gibson's legendary walk-off home run for the Los Angeles Dodgers against Dennis Eckersley and the Oakland Athletics...

    Adam Wells Written by Adam Wells about 1 year ago 1,635 reads 3 comments