With Giancarlo Stanton, Yasiel Puig and Yoenis Cespedes in the mix, the Home Run Derby selections made by the two captains provide plenty of pop.
It isn't official, but Todd Helton is drawing close to retirement. Why aren't we celebrating his exceptional career?
Manny Machado combines exceptional talent with great intellect when he's on the field for the Orioles.
Bobby Abreu, a budding entrepreneur in his native Venezuela, has decided not to play baseball this season but will seek to return to the game in 2014.
Coming off an injury-filled season in 2012, Brian McCann knows that he could be facing his final year with the hometown Braves.
The odds are long for MLBPA executive director Michael Weiner. But baseball's "regular genius" will not give in to inoperable brain cancer.
From his highly anticipated debut to the Hamels affair to that "clown question," Bryce Harper's rookie season has been one wild ride. And it's not over yet.
How many challenges can the never-say-die Orioles overcome between now and the end of the regular season? The answer might be found in their upcoming road trip.
While the Braves endured an epic collapse last season, they shouldn't fall into the same trap this year.
Want to get up and close and personal with a major league player? Try an outfield seat. From there, extroverts such as Jeff Francoeur and Nyjer Morgan are actually human.
Reds outfielder Ryan Ludwick probably had July 31 circled on his calendar long ago, having been dealt on deadline day in each of the past two seasons.
It's been 10 years since the infamous tie at the All-Star Game, but making the contest "count" has not changed much.
In the midst of having a big season, Adam Jones signed an $85.5 million contract extension with the Orioles on Sunday.
The Baltimore Orioles have scheduled a Sunday news conference to announce a new six-year contract extension for center fielder Adam Jones, a baseball source confirmed to ESPN.com.
Chipper Jones couldn't keep it a secret any longer. The longtime Braves third baseman announced Thursday that the 2012 season will be his last.
Scott Boras' work is never done, and this offseason he still faces the task of finding work for three very big names -- Manny Ramirez, Johnny Damon and Andruw Jones. So how's that going?