After 40 years in a pitchers' park, shouldn't logic tell us that the Mets should have at least one no-hitter by now?
Yankee haters among you might want to savor this day because things are about to turn much brighter.
Baseball is off to the best attendance start to a season since they really started paying attention in 1980.
Red Sox fans will be booing Alex Rodriguez tonight in his Fenway Park debut in a Yankee uniform.
ESPN Insider has the latest news and notes from around MLB.
Marge Schott, the one-time owner of the Cincinnati Reds, passed away yesterday at the age of 75.
Ken Griffey Jr. would be happy to come to Atlanta because it would give him a chance to play for a winner.
The immediate goal for Detroit is to avoid 100 losses and to reclaim the trust of the Tigers' fans.
Tampa Bay has some new blood in its ownership group. Plus, notes on the Super Bowl and Alex Rodriguez.
Lack of hustle overshadows strengths by creating the perception that a player could be achieving more.
John Smoltz is more concerned with winning another World Series than he is with making it to the Hall of Fame.
After flirting with the notion of signing Vladimir Guerrero, the Mets have set their sights on Karim Garcia.
A five-year $65 million offer is on the table and it is believed to be the best offer Vladimir Guerrero has received.
Fans in Seattle are becoming increasingly frustrated with the Mariners' inactivity during the offseason.
Are the Baltimore Orioles in a position to buy themselves back into relevancy?