Major League Baseball
The breakout band riding high on the success of “Best Day of My Life” have few ideas of musicians who’d make great athletes, including Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley.
Ralph Kiner, who slugged his way to the baseball Hall of Fame and then enjoyed a half-century career as a popular broadcaster, died Thursday. He was 91.
Most pundits are now projecting Tanaka signs with either Seattle or Arizona, but if any of the rumors, vis-a-vis the Mariners’ heavy courting of the split-finger master and the idea that perhaps Tanaka already knows where he wants to play, things could end well for the Emerald City.
Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders did it well. Michael Jordan not so much. Russell Wilson tried it before. They are all tremendous athletes who have been good enough to take a stab at professional baseball. […]
Home plate collisions may be leaving Major League Baseball, but the arguments surrounding the controversial tactic are definitely not going anywhere.
With unofficial word coming out Friday that the Seattle Mariners and free agent second baseman Robinson Cano have come to terms at 10 years and $240 million, the M’s have one job: Make it count.
The Seattle Mariners have put their eggs in all baskets in terms of their search for more offense. Who’s on their radar?
It feels like the descent into the layer with all the league’s bottom-dwellers started soon after the home-opening win on April 8. So, it’s only appropriate for Todd Pheifer of the Bleacher Report to ask: Will the rebuilding project ever end?
The anti-doping effort in Major League Baseball gained significant ground Thursday after the league and the Major League Baseball Players Association announced a tweak to their Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
All-Star game MVP Melky Cabrera was suspended for 50 games without pay Wednesday after the San Francisco Giants outfielder tested positive for testosterone.