Jim Baker brings us nine innings-worth of things we all love: The holidays, baseball and trivia.
Ken Griffey Jr. would be happy to come to Atlanta because it would give him a chance to play for a winner.
ESPN Insider has the latest news and notes from around MLB.
Years of hard work have produced nothing but frustration and no relocated team for Washington D.C.
Pudge Rodriguez should not make the same mistake that A-Rod did, taking money over an opportunity to win.
A position-by-position breakdown of the players who grab your attention and make you watch their every step.
Long-term contracts have been bad for teams and, to some extent, bad for the players as well.
Ivan Rodriguez has found himself getting the same kind of treatment he did last year.
Love him or hate him, you can't deny that baseball needs someone like George Steinbrenner.
Are the Baltimore Orioles in a position to buy themselves back into relevancy?
Junior Spivey comes to a team that has Rickie Weeks, its top draft pick in 2003 who is also a second baseman.
The Red Sox and Astros are looking to rock the Yankees boat by signing Andy Pettitte.
Pedro Martinez has spent the last five years of his life in the love/hate cauldron of Red Sox Nation.
Tony Womack is the latest testament to Dusty Baker's love affair with aging ballplayers.
Tigers fans shouldn't use the team's horrible start as an excuse to stop attending games.