If baseball were like Greco-Roman wrestling, going through teams on a position-by-position would make sense.
Taking into account the caliber of the opposition, Don Larsen's perfect game is the finest of them all.
Randy Johnson's perfect outing on Tuesday night is bound to get one running to the record books.
An MRI to Troy Glaus has revealed a condition similar to the one that put the kibosh on his 2003 season.
Insider's Jim Baker had the honor of witnessing the final home run in Willie Mays' illustrious career.
Less than a dozen countries that aren't small islands can claim a significant interest in the game.
Tim Salmon is the one man on the Angels who can be counted on to rack up some walks.
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Marge Schott, the one-time owner of the Cincinnati Reds, passed away yesterday at the age of 75.
Ken Griffey Jr. would be happy to come to Atlanta because it would give him a chance to play for a winner.
Scott Boras believes Greg Maddux deserves extra dough for being a senior counselor to the Cubs' youthful staff.
Those who performed in a manner becoming of a Hall of Famer should be so rewarded.
There is a plan in motion to keep the Montreal Expos as a two-city team on a permanent basis.
Warren Spahn was a decidedly modest man who was never much for serving as his own PR flak.
As with his baseball career, which was still going at the age of 46, Warren Spahn lived a full, long life.