Carlos Beltran will be in the St. Louis Cardinals' starting lineup for Game 2 of the World Series against the Boston Red Sox on Thursday night.
The shell-shocked Tigers must figure out how to regroup for Game 3, writes Jerry Crasnick.
Anibal Sanchez might be the Tigers' No. 3 starter, but he no-hit the Red Sox through six innings as Detroit won Game 1.
Seemingly destined for a career in limbo between Triple-A and the majors, Wladimir Balentien broke the single-season home run record in Japan and became a superstar.
From Big Papi to Big Puma to Kung Fu Panda, baseball's current crop of players are continuing the sport's long and illustrious tradition of catchy nicknames.
With the All-Star Game now in the rearview mirror, the second half of the season is set to resume.
Left for dead, the Red Sox rallied for eight runs in the final three innings in Game 5 to stun Tampa Bay and extend their season for at least one more game.
Putting personal trauma and public criticism behind him, J.D. Drew is producing monster numbers in June and carrying the Red Sox without David Ortiz.
David Ortiz, mired in a terrible slump, admitted his night off Sunday was necessary for him to 'go back to being Big Papi again.'
Both the Yankees and Red Sox are struggling through injuries and slumps, but not Chien-Ming Wang, who appeared to be in mid-season form Friday.
Some teams are employing extreme defensive shifts to neutralize dangerous left-handed hitters like Jason Giambi and David Ortiz, writes Jerry Crasnick.
How significant is the Latino influence in baseball? It's deeper and more profound than ever, writes Jerry Crasnick.
It's easy to get overshadowed, so we give eight underappreciated players the recognition they deserve.