Max Scherzer agreed to a one-year contract that leaves his future with the Detroit Tigers as uncertain as ever.
If you thought that the 2013 season wasn't jam-packed with strange but true feats on and off the diamond, Jayson Stark's here to disabuse you of that notion.
Matt Garza is set to start pitching for a playoff contender again, this time with a team that has long coveted him.
Outfielders Ryan Braun of Milwaukee, Giancarlo Stanton of Miami and Adam Jones of Baltimore and Cy Young Award winner R.A. Dickey headline the United States' provisional roster for the upcoming World Baseball Classic.
Giancarlo Stanton and David Price are affecting the trade market for Justin Upton, writes Buster Olney.
Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera is one of five finalists for the AL MVP award in voting by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
With baseball's hot stove season in its early stages, executives give their thoughts on notable questions that will play out in the weeks ahead.
Ron Washington and the Rangers know the AL West race is far from over.
Buster Olney takes a look at the scramble for baseball's most coveted awards. Would Mike Trout hold off Miguel Cabrera? Would R.A. Dickey really win a Cy Young? It's all here.
American League manager Ron Washington said he plans to reserve Texas Rangers pitcher Yu Darvish as the "the last man standing" for the pitching staff in Tuesday's All-Star Game.
We polled our experts and asked them to give their award winners 25 percent of the way through the season, and here are the results.
Check out the MLB players ranked from No. 1 to No. 10 as ESPN completes its top 500 ranking of 2012.
As part of the ESPN top 500, Keith Law looks ahead to 2017 and predicts who the top 10 players will be five years from now.
If Jacoby Ellsbury hits leadoff for the Red Sox on Opening Day against Justin Verlander, a little bit of MVP history and trivia will be made, writes Buster Olney.
Three ESPN contributors discuss storylines from section 351 to 400 of the top 500 player rankings for 2012.
Check out the MLB players ranked from No. 301 to No. 350 as ESPN counts down the top 500 of 2012.