Curtis Granderson is a good guy. No, really. He's one of those players always described in those terms and in his case it's actually true. Rachel Nichols has the story of Granderson and a family brought together by a tragic event.
Washington's losses project drama onto a situation that won't be dramatic until we know if anything is actually wrong with the Nationals
How are the Astros winning? And can they stay in the AL West race into September?
It was billed as the Matt Harvey-Max Scherzer show, but Harvey stole the spotlight with seven shutout innings and his fifth victory in five starts.
After a month's worth of games played, there's more data and anecdotal evidence for the members of the ESPN SweetSpot Network to play with.
Some defensive gems came from unexpected sources.
Nolan Arenado made a number of spectacular defensive plays in the month of April, including a tremendous tarp-crashing catch.
Eric Karabell and David Schoenfield talk about the improved pace of play in games and whether we've even noticed.
Ten early surprises in the baseball season -- some good, some not so good.
Jose Altuve's performance leads Thursday's list as the Astros have won 11 of 12 games and are tied with the Royals for the best record in the AL.
The Rangers signed Shin-Soo Choo because of what he'd done with the Reds, which unfortunately is beginning to look like an anomaly.
The St. Louis right-hander, a former Navy lieutenant, wants to be known for being a good pitcher, not just a good story.
The White Sox-Orioles game played in an empty Camden Yards took only 2 hours and 3 minutes, but quicker games could have all kinds of ramifications.
On April 30, 1952 -- Ted Williams Day at Fenway Park -- the Splendid Splinter played his final game before leaving to fly combat missions in the Korean War.
The Royals' Lorenzo Cain is providing plenty of evidence that he's quickly turning into a complete player and a potential star in the making.
Miguel Cabrera's two home runs top the list as the Tigers took two of three from the Twins.