Opening Day in the MLB is exactly one month from today, as the St. Louis Cardinals play the Chicago Cubs in the first night of the season April 5. To get us ready for the upcoming campaign, over the
Mo’ne Davis is going to be a problem for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. She is one of those rare athletes that doesn’t need the NCAA to succeed, as she has already made it big after her 2014 Little
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,
As the year 2014 comes to a close, it’s important to reflect – to take time and look back at the good, the bad, and, well, you get it. This year did in fact remind us, not-so-subtly, that athletes are
Though this season's Fall Classic just came to a close less than 48 hours ago, it is not too early to take a look into the 2015 World Series.
Joe Magrane of The MLB Network breaks down game 1 and looks ahead to game 2 and the rest of the series between the Royals and the Giants.
Roger Mooney of The Tampa Tribune gives his thoughts on the Royals-Giants matchup and looks back at James Shields and Wade Davis' time with the Rays
The World Series begins tonight at 7:30 p.m. on FOX from Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City with the Royals hosting the San Francisco Giants. To many baseball fans nationwide these are not the two teams that should be
It’s October and the World Series games begin today – so as your family carves pumpkins and you carve out much-needed alone time with SportsCenter, go ahead and rub that rabbit’s foot, wear those lucky socks you haven’t cleaned since…
Yes, I know most sports related websites start MLB Power Ranking before the season. While that might be fun for fantasy sports players, however, real baseball fans know that August 1st – through the last week of September are