AP Source: Jeter, Bush Join Forces in Bid to Buy MarlinsDerek Jeter and Jeb Bush have formed a team in their attempt to buy a team.
Marlins and Mets Play Longest Game Ever at Marlins ParkThe Miami Marlins and New York Mets are playing the longest game in the five-year history of Marlins Park.
Rays' Longoria Hits 1st Home Run of New Major League SeasonEvan Longoria of the Tampa Bay Rays has hit the first home run of the new Major League Baseball season.
Tim Tebow Gets 1st Hit for Mets, Singles vs MarlinsTim Tebow has gotten his first hit for the New York Mets. The former NFL quarterback singled Monday in an exhibition game against...
Tough Start, Tim: Tebow Fans Twice, Plunked in Mets DebutTim Tebow has gotten off to a tough start in his first game for the New York Mets. The former NFL quarterback struck out twice, grounded into a double play, was hit by...
Chapman Hits 100 MPH on His 2nd Pitch of Spring TrainingIn his first outing since Game 7 of last year's World Series, New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman hit 100 mph on the radar gun with his second pitch of spring training.
Tim Tebow Hits 9 Homers in Batting Practice at Mets WorkoutTim Tebow quickly got into the swing of spring training, hitting nine home runs in batting practice Monday during his first workout with the New York Mets.
First Workouts Underway for MLB Pitchers and CatchersWinter is over — in baseball, at least.
Rays Finalize $2.5M Deal with Morrison, Trade Romero to NatsFree agent first baseman Logan Morrison and the Tampa Bay Rays have finalized a $2.5 million, one-year contract.
MLB Players, Owners Reach Tentative Labor DealBaseball players and owners reached a tentative agreement on a five-year labor contract Wednesday night, a deal that will extend the sport's industrial peace to 26 years since the ruinous fights in the first two decades of free agency.
Branca, Pitcher Who Gave Up 'Shot Heard 'Round World,' DiesRalph Branca, the Brooklyn Dodgers pitcher who gave up the home run dubbed the "Shot Heard 'Round the World," has died at the age of 90.
Many Stars Available on Trade Market as GMs Head HomeBig league general managers walked under seven palm trees and across the sun-splashed red stone courtyard of the Sonoran Desert resort where they had spent four days. Pulling their wheelie bags as guitar music played on speakers, they passed a sign that explained Montelucia, part of the hotel's name, was Spanish for mountain of light.