It's fitting and proper that Roy Halladay chose to retire as a member of the Blue Jays rather than the Phillies.
No player is too small to star on baseball's big October stage.
After a 162-game regular season, it makes no sense for baseball to then have a wild-card round in which one loss will eliminate a team.
At 38 years old and in his 17th big league season, Detroit's Torii Hunter continues to evolve as a player.
Alex Rodriguez's performance impacts something much greater than his numbers or the Yankee win column. A clean and successful A-Rod could actually help Major League Baseball.
An attempt to exact vigilante justice on Alex Rodriguez may have turned the controversial slugger into a sympathetic figure.
Yes, Alex Rodriguez is a role model. The question is what we can learn from the example he sets.
After raking in his stint at Triple-A Las Vegas, Ike Davis must now prove to the Mets (and himself) that he can produce consistently in the majors.
The key to success for all pitchers, especially those who are young, is always be ready to counter what the opposition brings to the table.
As a society, we want and demand perfection from umpires. But, in reality, that wish could be a rather slippery slope.
Alex Rodriguez has resumed baseball activities. It's obviously a big step forward, but conquering physical obstacles is just a small part of the equation.
Bo Porter has been shaping his future as a manager since our paths crossed years ago. Porter is a true leader, and he's always embodied the traits of the ideal manager.
As Roy Halladay is learning, there comes a time in a player's career when he can no longer will himself to compete.
To take a step forward, the Hall of Fame may first need to take a step backward.
The Giants advanced to the World Series by winning the final three games of the NLCS, resembling what the Marlins did back in 2003.
Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez is experiencing doubts and pressures every player has to go through during his career.