Cheer up Mariners, you don't have the worst DH in history ... well, not yet.
Some of the players ranked in the top ten in OPS are simply imposters who will not survive the test of time.
Roger Clemens now has the chance to put his stamp on three different places.
Now that George Steinbrenner is pulling the strings again in Yankeeland, fiscal sanity has left the building.
Despite the numbers, Barry Bonds still compares unfavorably to his boyhood hero, Willie Mays.
As with his baseball career, which was still going at the age of 46, Warren Spahn lived a full, long life.
With each succeeding MVP Award, more and more people are touting Barry Bonds as the greatest of all time.
Josh Beckett pitched arguably the greatest game ever by a pitcher whose team is on the brink of elimination.
Josh Beckett's performance with his team facing elimination stacks up as one of the greatest in history.
An opportunity exists for former Seattle superstar Ken Griffey Jr. to get traded back from Cincinnati.
Two visiting teams have been especially vocal about the presence of a television in the Red Sox bullpen.
Stan Musial might not be the greatest hitter alive, but he certainly deserves more recognition than he's been getting.
With Alex Rodriguez, the greatest shortstop in the game, present, the Mets introduced their shortstop phenom.
Red Sox fans' hatred for the Yankees is unlike any other obsession in baseball.