Sy Berger

Sy Berger, Father Of Modern Baseball Cards, Passes Away At 91

Sy Berger, who is considered the father of the modern-day baseball card, passed away in his home Sunday at the age of 91-years-old.

Allen Craig

Marlins, Brewers Looking Closely At Allen Craig

Both the Milwaukee Brewers and Miami Marlins are reportedly interested in acquiring Allen Craig from the Boston Red Sox, who is owed $26.5M through 2017.

Giancarlo Stanton

Do The Marlins Already Want Out Of Giancarlo Stanton’s Deal?

The Miami Marlins recently signed Giancarlo Stanton to a 13-year, $325 million dollar extension, but it appears they aren't planning on paying out the full contract.

Melky Cabrera

White Sox, Melky Cabrera Agree To Three-Year Deal

Early Sunday morning it was reported that free agent outfielder Melky Cabrera and the Chicago White Sox have come to an agreement on a three-year deal.

Johnny Manziel

Does Johnny Manziel Have First Round Talent?

Johnny Manziel is making his first NFL start for the Cleveland Browns this afternoon when they host the Bengals, but does he actually have first-round talent?

Jung-Ho Kang

Report: Jung-Ho Kang Could Land $39M Contract

Korean shortstop Jung-Ho Kang will be posted for MLB bidding Monday by his team in the Korea Baseball Organization and could end up costing as much as $39M.

Winter Meetings

Winners And Losers Of The 2014 MLB Winter Meetings

Major League Baseball saw a lot of action this year at the Winter Meetings, with many teams going home with new superstars and others left empty-handed.

Mat Latos

Marlins Acquire Mat Latos From Reds In Three-Player Deal

The Miami Marlins have continued a busy Winter Meetings by acquiring right-hander Mat Latos from the Cincinatti Reds in a three-player deal.

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Breaking Down The Marlins Trade For Dee Gordon

The Miami Marlins acquired Dee Gordon and Dan Haren from the Los Angeles Dodgers this evening, but they might have given up too much.

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BREAKING: Cubs, Jon Lester Agree To Six-Year Contract

Free agent southpaw Jon Lester has finally made his decision, agreeing to a contract with the Chicago Cubs that will reportedly be worth $155M.