Whether he's a starter, a closer or a set-up man (his role right now) for the Cardinals, young Trevor Rosenthal has the stuff to impress.
A less-than-dominant Justin Verlander joined some undistinguished World Series company as the Tigers dropped Game 1.
In the spirit of the upcoming Royal Wedding, a number of players have benefited from a new mindset, among other reasons, and are producing big numbers in the season's first month.
Life in the American League East poses a major challenge to the well-being of Joe Maddon and the Rays.
He's been in a tiff with A-Rod and now has a perfect game, but then, following the normal path hasn't always been Dallas Braden's thing anyway.
Things can only get better for the Baltimore Orioles, who've found themselves with the league's worst record despite beginning the season with plenty of promise.
Mike Hampton and the Astros reached agreement Monday on a contract pending the free-agent pitcher passing a physical, KRIV-TV in Houston reported on its Web site.
It's going to be awfully difficult to top Thursday's walk-off wins, as this weekend's rainy forecast may cause problems for several postseason hopefuls.
From Randy Johnson to Mike Mussina to Greg Maddux, Starting 9 looks at older, accomplished pitchers who might call it a career at the end of 2008.
With the All-Star Game now in the rearview mirror, Jerry Crasnick looks ahead to the top nine story lines heading into the second half of the season.
The Padres rank among the National League's worst offenses. Is it just an early-season slump or sign of a season-long slumber?
Outfielder Reggie Sanders, one of six players in baseball history with 300 home runs and 300 stolen bases, plans to make a decision on his future by the end of January.
Just when it looked as if the end was near, Johnny Damon sparked the Yankees and continued their season for at least one more game.
From Keith Hernandez on "Seinfeld" to Wade Boggs on "Cheers," several major leaguers have taken roles on television shows over the years.
After getting hit in the head, Mariners pitcher Rafael Soriano might need time to mentally recover, writes Jerry Crasnick.
After taking of care of business against South Africa, Team USA is ready to play some serious baseball.