Every solution to Major League Baseball's scheduling problem has a complication. There are no easy answers.
Sometimes we take greatness for granted. Here are three players in this game who are so good, we need to stop and appreciate what we're watching.
The Marlins may not be done dealing, the Phillies may have to make some cost-cutting moves, and the Dodgers continue to shop around for a bat.
Phillies manager Charlie Manuel has been suspended one game for his nose-to-nose argument with plate umpire Bob Davidson during a game on Tuesday night.
What's new? From Albert Pujols in L.A. to the playoffs to Marlins Park in Miami, the 2012 season has a much different look.
The Phillies are feeling out other teams' interest in third baseman Placido Polanco, but are only interested in trading Polanco if they can't re-sign free-agent shortstop Jimmy Rollins, sources told ESPN.com Tuesday.
There isn't a phony bone in Jim Thome's body. What you see is what you get from the newest member of the 600-homer club.
A look at the five injuries that have had the biggest impact on the 2011 season.
Can the Indians keep up their phenomenal play and stay on top of the American League Central? If not, who's going to catch them?
Recapping the best (Rockies, Joey Votto, Craig Kimbrel) and the worst (Twins, individual performances) of April.
Joe Mauer is again on the disabled list. That said, should the Twins and Mauer begin formulating a plan that would help preserve his body over the length of his eight-year, $184 million contract?
Eight months after suffering a concussion, Justin Morneau is on the road to recovery. But the Twins' first baseman still has no idea how much farther he has to go.
Joe Mauer, who has been out all spring with knee issues, made his spring debut Wednesday as the Twins' designated hitter. And it went exactly the way you'd expect.
The Rangers, Yankees and Padres were among nine teams that helped themselves before the deadline, but the same can't be said for a few other teams.
It's safe to say that the first half of the season was filled with crazy injuries, nutty box-score lines and a fair share of no-hitters.
Joe Mauer isn't just from Minnesota -- he is Minnesota, so it only made sense that he signed an eight-year, $184 million extension that keeps him where he belongs.