With the amount of young talent behind the plate these days, it's reasonable to suggest baseball is in the midst of a special era in catching.
Because Rangers hitting coach Rudy Jaramillo went to bat for him, Sammy Sosa is getting an opportunity to revive his career.
The fact that Barry Zito signed with San Francisco wasn't completely unexpected, but the $126 million for seven years was.
With the Gil Meche signing, GM Dayton Moore is sending a strong message about his desire to improve the Royals.
Fallen star Josh Hamilton was as shocked as anybody by the news that he had been selected in Thursday's Rule 5 draft.
J.D. Drew wouldn't be the first major league player to reinvent himself with a change of scenery in the most unlikely of venues.
The forecast for this year's free-agent starters is sunny and raining dollars. Here's the rundown, from the priciest to the most affordable.
St. Louis native Ryan Howard topped Cardinals and World Series hero Albert Pujols to win the NL MVP Award.
Longtime coach Ron Washington finally is given the keys to the big office as the Rangers name him their new manager.
At ballparks throughout the game, this week might be the last hurrah for some All-Stars and role players alike, writes Jerry Crasnick.
The amphetamine ban has prompted players to move down the spectrum to coffee and energy drinks or to seek other legal alternatives.
Some key players could come off the disabled list and give their teams a well-timed boost toward the playoffs.
It's easy to get overshadowed, so we give eight underappreciated players the recognition they deserve.
Some teams are employing extreme defensive shifts to neutralize dangerous left-handed hitters like Jason Giambi and David Ortiz, writes Jerry Crasnick.
Kansas City's new GM, Dayton Moore, has been busy trying to gain long-term value for the Royals' few tradeable players.
This season has been a huge disappointment for the Indians, and they're still trying to figure out why.