Here are some of the top moments from the 2014 MLB All-Star Game in Target Field.
This week, Major League Baseball saw arguably its two best players get handsomely rewarded with big-time contract extensions. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim extended for the second time this offseason their star outfielder Mike Trout. And just before
The Tigers released their starting lineup for today’s game against the Orioles, and for the first time this season Miguel Cabrera will DH, allowing Victor Martinez to get a day in the field playing 1B: #Tigers lineup: Kinsler 4,
6:59pm: Jon Morosi of Fox Sports reports new details of the contract: Miguel Cabrera extension is 8 years and roughly $248 million, source confirms. Works out to AAV ~ $31MM during the extension years. — Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) March
UPDATE: Jon Morosi also reports the deal should be through at least the 2021 season, if not beyond: New deal for Tigers and Cabrera, if completed, will go through at least 2021 and possibly longer than that. — Jon
Will Rays And Tigers Feud Continue In 2014?
After undergoing surgery, Miguel Cabrera is feeling stronger than ever before spring training.
Where does everyone rank coming into spring training?
Headband or no headband, LeBron James was one of the best this year. Who was the top athlete?
Although Angels Stadium of Anaheim is widely regarded as one of the more pitcher-friendly parks in the game, some statistics suggest that maybe it should be just the opposite.