Roger Clemens is tarnishing his Hall-of-Fame legacy with a thoroughly distasteful, public money grab this spring.
Money will be spent, but without any franchise players available, it's a down year for free agency.
Dennis Eckersley understands what Brad Lidge is feeling, and he told Sean McAdam it won't be easy for Lidge to overcome.
Ten National League teams still have a realistic shot at playing in October.
Life on the road is better than it has ever been for major league baseball players, writes Sean McAdam.
So much for fiscal restraint. Free-agent signings like J.D. Drew are proof the money is flowing nicely in MLB.
Six weeks left. Eight playoff spots up for grabs. Which races are over and which ones will go down to the wire?
Houston's high expectations have Jimy Williams sweating, but he's not the only skipper in trouble.
Roger Clemens has begun this season much like he's pitched his entire career -- in totally dominant fashion.
Baseball's three best divisions -- the AL East, AL West and NL Central -- have had a few surprises thus far.
Baseball is still called the national pastime, but football is by far the more popular sport in American society.
The NFL loves to trumpet the virtues of its parity, but the big leagues are every bit the land of opportunity.
Johan Santana and Carl Pavano weren't All-Stars in '03, but both proved to be invaluable to their teams.
With their signing of Miguel Tejada, the Orioles emerged from the winter meetings on an unfamiliar high.
With A-Rod on the block and the Yankees looking to catch up, the winter meetings could get wild.
From Moises Alou to Marcus Giles, this October's heroes could be players who aren't household names.