Today's MLB News
More than one player in the Houston Astros clubhouse is upset over the team promoting Mark Appel to Double-A given his subpar performance.
On Saturday, the Baseball Hall of Fame announced some important changes to the election process.
Yankees GM Brian Cashman wants to add offense at the deadline, and they have been eying the right-handed power bat of Josh Willingham.
The Dodgers and Dbacks got into a few confrontations on the field last season, and now their Triple-A affiliates are taking the feistiness to another level.
Alex Guerrero is returning to Triple-A for the Dodgers for the first time since Miguel Olivo attacked him and bit part of his ear off.
Here’s a sneak peek at the introduction video that will be seen before the Hall of Fame induction ceremony today on MLB Network.
Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki flew to Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon to visit Dr. William Meyers about his linger left hip injury.
The Marlins have been successful on 17 of its 21 challenges this season, giving them an 80 percent success rate that is tops in the majors.
Tony La Russa's success is celebrated and shared by the three cities, which is why his cap will remain blank, but it was deeply rooted in one place, Tampa.
The Tampa Bay Rays are the hottest team in baseball as they have now won nine games in a row. Tampa Bay now looks for a three-game sweep of arch rival Boston tomorrow afternoon at Tropicana Field. Host Robert