Major League Baseball has released the first set of results from leaguewide coronavirus testing.
Major League Baseball has scheduled a very abbreviated season for 2020, and the most significant factor that led to that was out of the league’s control.
Trevor Bauer really doesn’t like the Houston Astros.
The Cincinnati Reds pitcher celebrated the return of summer camps on Friday by posting a picture of himself in the clubhouse.
Major League Baseball and the MLBPA spent a lot of time going back and forth on the length of the 2020 season, but it’s pretty clear now where the league stood all along.
MLB’s attempt to play a shortened season this year got off to an encouraging start based on the relatively small number of positive COVID-19 tests among its players and staff.
This baseball season is going to be unlike any other in history, and that means we are going to be seeing some unusual things, such as young players getting unexpected big-league experience.
The Cleveland Indians are joining the Washington Redskins in evaluating their team nickname.
Chili Davis will be helping New York Mets hitters from afar for now, according to a report.