Vin Scully, one of baseball's most beloved broadcasters, is sticking around for another year with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Fox analyst Tim McCarver will miss the first two games of the AL championship series because of a medical procedure and will be replaced by former Boston Red Sox manager Terry Francona.
Minnesota Twins radio announcer John Gordon has decided to make his 25th season with the team his last.
Baseball Prospectus explores the 2009 struggles of Alex Rodriguez, pointing to recovery from injury and an elevated walk rate as possible main concerns.
Yankees broadcaster Bobby Murcer died from cancer Saturday.
Roger Clemens was everywhere at Legends Field -- in George Steinbrenner's suite, in the broadcast booth, in the stands. Everywhere, except in pinstripes.
In a radio interview Tuesday, Bobby Murcer said he's doing "fabulous" in his battle against a malignant brain tumor and hopes to continue broadcasting Yankees games for the YES network this season.
Joe Girardi's next move is back into the broadcast booth with the New York Yankees -- rather than seeking another managing job.
Even before a pitch was thrown Saturday, the New York Yankees apologized to their fans.
With a number of matters that remain either undecided or unclear, here are nine innings of questions about the World Baseball Classic.
Former New York Yankees broadcaster Charley Steiner will join the Los Angeles Dodgers in their broadcast booth next season, the team announced Monday.