MLB: MAX SCHERZER WANTS A D.H. IN THE N.L. After jamming his right thumb during an at-bat Thursday against the St. Louis Cardinals, Washington Nationals starting pitcher wants a designated hitter in both leagues. Scherzer, who signed a 7-year, $210 million contract
The Washington Nationals were a popular pick to go to the World Series last year. The Nats looked to be proving experts right all the way up until the first week of October when the San Francisco Giants eliminated them in
An Early Peek Around The NL East Reveals A Three-Team Race; Marlins In Thick Of Contention Between a colossal extension for Giancarlo Stanton and the acquisitions of Martin Prado, David Phelps, Dee Gordon, Mat Latos, Dan Haren, Mike Morse, Aaron Crow,
WASHINGTON — On a snowy afternoon at Nationals Park a press conference was held to introduce Max Scherzer, who agreed to terms on a seven-year, $210 million deal. The contract puts the new Nationals pitcher behind only Clayton Kershaw,
Washington - Credit Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, who was the first to break the news, that the Washington Nationals, added the prize pitcher of the 2014 off season, right hander Max Scherzer. The 2013 Cy Young winner is now
The rest of the starting pitching market can start to take shape now, as Max Scherzer has reportedly agreed to a seven-year deal with the Nationals.
Despite speculation, the Detroit Tigers still appear unlikely to sign Max Scherzer and trade David Price as spring training nears closer.
The Baltimore Orioles were clinging to a one-run lead as the game entered the bottom of the eight. They erupted for 8 run en route to a 12-3 Game 1 victory.
In two years no MLB player has accepted a qualifying offer. This season another dozen players expect to receive an offer - will any accept it?
Here's an early look at some of the top available free agents this coming winter.