The Cleveland Indians plan to drop the nickname they have used for more than a century, becoming the latest professional sports franchise to shed its Native American imagery amid accusations that its use is racist, two sources familiar with the
Dave Dombrowski is finalizing a deal to take over as president of baseball operations for the Philadelphia Phillies, ending their search for a top executive with one of the most accomplished of his generation, sources confirmed to ESPN.
The Chicago White Sox acquired right-hander Lance Lynn in a trade with the Texas Rangers early Tuesday morning, sources told ESPN, bolstering their rotation with a veteran who led the major leagues in innings pitched this year.
Lynn, 33, was
The Chicago Cubs non-tendered 2016 World Series hero Kyle Schwarber on Wednesday, making him a free agent after six seasons with the team, while tendering a contract to 2016 National League MVP Kris Bryant as well as shortstop Javier Baez
Charlie Morton is in agreement on a one-year, $15 million deal with the Atlanta Braves, sources told ESPN’s Jeff Passan.
Morton is headed back to the team that drafted him in 2002 — and gets the same money that Tampa
As Opening Day finally approached, Freddie Freeman had far bigger concerns than perfecting his swing and practicing his scoops.
Just being able to walk a few steps was hard enough.
“It wasn’t the way I wanted to start, with COVID,”
The Cincinnati Reds’ Trevor Bauer won the National League Cy Young Award, giving Cincinnati its first winner of the honor.
Bauer topped fellow finalists Yu Darvish of the Chicago Cubs and Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets in the
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa flashed a ring at a police officer arresting him for driving under the influence and said “I’m a Hall of Famer baseball person” while being placed into the back of a cruiser, according
Free-agent pitcher Robbie Ray and the Toronto Blue Jays have reached agreement on a one-year contract worth $8 million, a source told ESPN’s Jeff Passan.
Ray, 29, was in the midst of his sixth season with the Arizona Diamondbacks in
The Boston Red Sox have rehired former manager Alex Cora, a source told ESPN, confirming multiple reports.
Cora led the Red Sox to the 2018 World Series title, but mutually agreed to part with the club amid the Houston Astros