DUNEDIN, Fla. -- Four days ago, they were hearing reports they were “close” to signing Ervin Santana. But by Wednesday morning, “close” had turned to “never mind.
The champs can't win. The worst road team can't lose. And those are just the highlights of the Strange But True Feats of the Week.
Think it can't happen? Well, think again. Just ask Adrian Gonzalez, Dustin Pedroia and Mat Latos, among others.
The Tigers' Justin Verlander theorizes that pitchers are breaking down in the big leagues because they're "coddled" in the minor leagues.
The Marlins might have two-thirds of their dynamic young outfield under control for the rest of the decade, but Marcell Ozuna is a Scott Boras client.
Only two years removed from a 100-loss season, the Miami Marlins are ready to contend for a postseason berth.
LAKELAND, Fla. -- It was a day when Stephen Strasburg spun four shutout innings and talked about how much it has meant to him to start for the Nationals on the past three Opening Days.
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Justin Masterson knows it didn't look pretty.His box score line Sunday against the Philadelphia Phillies crammed a lot of messy developments (seven hits, two walks, two homers and six earned runs) into 3.
The Phillies got to see Blake Swihart, a player they would like to someday acquire, in person Sunday.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- Outside of those two giant timers in every park, which tick down to zero every half-inning, you’d never know that spring training is supposed to be serving as a giant pace-of-game training laboratory.
LAKELAND, Fla. -- He has already won a Cy Young award, been the first overall pick in the 2007 draft, and led the league in ERA and strikeouts. But this winter, David Price went searching for a way to get even better.
Call it a life-changing moment. ThatÃ
Upbeat medical prognoses on Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez inspired Detroit's Dave Dombrowski to make three head-turning proclamations.
MLB executives focused on the number of transactions and the Padres, among other topics, when asked to encapsulate the offseason.
It's actually MLB, not the NFL, that has created a playing field on which just about every team has a shot to live the postseason dream.