Ervin Santana's long international nightmare might be drawing to an end, as his agent is talking with multiple teams and making progress toward a new deal, according to major league sources
Grady Sizemore, who signed a $750,000 contract with the Red Sox this offseason, arrived at spring training yesterday and sounded pretty optimistic about his health status after sitting out each of the last two seasons
Thomas set a Super Bowl record for catches by a player in a single Super Bowl, but he may have caught most of them with an injured shoulder.
Larry Fitzgerald revealed on Twitter today that he and the Cardinals have worked out a restructured deal that provides the team with some salary cap relief.
In his first day back on the job, John Tortorella is getting himself a new player, as the Canucks have acquired Montreal defenseman Raphael Diaz in exchange for forward Dale Weise.
Minnesota’s Zach Parise, Toronto’s Phil Kessel and Calgary’s Mikael Backlund have been named the NHL’s three stars of the week.
With the Super Bowl behind us and Spring Training as close as Friday for the Dodgers and Diamondbacks, David Schoenfield looks ahead to the 2014 season and predicts which teams will come out on top, or in this case
The Marlins remain interested in acquiring Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks, according to Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, but Boston appears to be content hanging on to him, even if they re-sign infielder Stephen Drew.
Last night, Yankees 1B Mark Teixiera tweeted that he was recording the Super Bowl and did not want anyone to tell him who won, but his expectations of the game have him in for a big surprise.
The defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks don’t have a lot of holes, but their inability to kill penalties has been a major one as they rank in the bottom five in the league.