Rafael Soriano was the answer for the Yankees when Mariano Rivera was lost for the season. Now it's time for the next question.
Years ago, the Phillies took a gamble on an unknown second baseman. That risk has now turned into All-Star catcher Carlos Ruiz.
The next destination for Carlos Gonzalez is Monday's Home Run Derby in Kansas City. He can trace the start of that journey to a brother's love and a life-changing moment when he was five years old.
The Ivan Nova story with the Yankees is a testament to baseball's backbone of scouts, coaches and a very talented pitcher.
After playing nine years with the Mets, Jose Reyes is extremely excited to return to New York as a member of the Marlins.
The Mariners traded for Jesus Montero to get his bat, Jorge Arangure Jr. writes for ESPN The Magazine. But Montero will have to prove he deserves to be their catcher.
Yonder Alonso and Yasmani Grandal of the Padres have traveled a remarkably similar path to San Diego that traces all the back to Cuba.
Since he's harnessed his Incredible Hulk-like strength, the Marlins' rightfielder Mike Stanton is MLB's newest star, writes Jorge Arangure Jr. in ESPN The Magazine's Next issue.
Josh Collmenter, who saved the Diamondbacks' season with a Game 3 win against the Brewers, takes a unique approach to the mound for every start.
Ruben Amaro Jr. is the architect of a Phillies team that's bidding for its second World Series championship in the past four years.
Nothing went right on Sunday for Diamondbacks reliever Brad Ziegler, who endured the worst game of his career at the worst time possible time.
Behind Yovani Gallardo and their strong everyday core, the Milwaukee Brewers followed their winning script and looked like World Series contenders in Game 1 of the NLDS.
In ESPN The Magazine's Revenge of the Jocks Issue, Jorge Arangure Jr. writes that baseball players love the no-trade clause, which has become their ultimate leverage at the trade deadline.
As Jorge Arangure Jr. writes in a column for ESPN The Magazine, fans of small-market MLB teams should be against a worldwide draft.
As the Mariners may find out, it's never easy to trade a franchise icon, even if it's the right thing to do.
In the latest edition of ESPN The Magazine Jorge Arangure Jr. looks at how the closer role has evolved and wonders why teams are so conservative with the way they use their best reliever.