The carnival ride you see in the photo above is not a carnival ride. It’s a home run sculpture.
Ryan Braun may have won his appeal, but he has lost plenty of fans.
Relief pitchers often have trouble finding consistency in their careers. They typically sign a one or two-year deal with a team and bounce around numerous times.
For those of you who who unaware, it has been a while since the Cubs won a World Series. The same was true of the Red Sox when Theo Epstein took over as general manager 10 years ago.
On Friday, Major League Baseball announced that it was expanding its playoff system to include an extra wild card team.
The only thing worse than having a valuable stolen is having one stolen that holds sentimental value. Unfortunately, White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez knows the feeling.
After the fallout from the overturning of his 50-game drug suspension, Ryan Braun looks like he might end up saving face. Well, in Wisconsin, at least.
Mariano Rivera is the greatest closer in baseball history and has shown no signs of slowing down at age 42.