The Giants and Rangers are among six teams that have done little to improve this offseason and still need to fill major holes on their roster.
Among this year's high-risk free agents, there are some reasonable options and some avoidable ones, writes Phil Rogers.
With a new labor agreement and record revenue and attendance, this might be the best year to be a free agent since the insanity of 2000.
Phil Rogers takes a glance at what lies ahead for all 30 teams heading into the second half of the season.
Phil Rogers takes a look at some of this offseason's best free-agent signings, and some that have a chance to be among the worst.
Pitching in the American League is a far more dangerous task than pitching in the National League.
As productive of a hitter as Ryne Sandberg was for the Cubs, he barely makes the list of the all-time 10 best offensive second basemen.
ESPN.com makes its choices on who should start for the American League in the All-Star Game.
The Rangers' Kenny Rogers continues to show that pitching is more than overpowering hitters, especially at age 40.
Breaking down all 30 teams and giving their chances of making the postseason in 2004.
ESPN Insider has the latest news and notes from around MLB.
Buck Showalter is beginning his third stint as a big-league manager with plans of making Texas a winner again.
A-Rod is automatic. But after him, the Rangers have plenty of options around the infield.
Which teams have the best infield lineups as spring training approaches? ESPN.com breaks them down.
Home-field advantage may not seem important in baseball, but recent history says it is.
The White Sox were thought be contenders, but their bats have been slumping of late and their pitching remains mediocre, writes Phil Rogers.