Bill de Blasio has privately told Major League Baseball that he will do everything he can to stop Steve Cohen from buying the Mets.
Regrets? Oh, St. Louis Cardinals president of baseball operations John Mozeliak has a pretty big one after this postseason.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series champions, and bragging rights now belong to them. As do trolling rights.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are one win away from winning their first World Series since 1988, and All-Star outfielder Mookie Betts has played a key role in his first year on the roster.
After the 2019 season, the New York Yankees let backup catcher Austin Romine walk in free agency, and he signed a 1 year, $4.1 million deal with the Detroit Tigers. Since the deal was just one year long, it means he’s a free agent once again. Could the Yankees reunite with him in 2021?
There will be no backing down from the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 6 of the World Series on Tuesday against the Los Angeles Dodgers, with their best pitcher on the mound and a relentless offense in tow.
The Los Angeles Dodgers rebounded from a heartbreaking Game 4 loss with an impressive 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays in Game 5 on Sunday night. One of the biggest reasons for the Dodgers' success was the performance of starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw.
After a playoff-bound season, the Cardinals are bringing back their entire coaching staff for 2021, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Assistant Willie McGee, who opted out of the 2020 campaign in the middle of August, plans to return.
The World Series will come to an end next week, meaning teams will soon have to decide whether to tag their impending free agents with the one-year, $18.9MM qualifying offer. If a team makes a player a QO which that player rejects, the team will be entitled to some form of draft compensation if the player departs in free agency.
The Orioles are re-signing utilityman Stevie Wilkerson to a minor league contract, reports Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com. He’ll receive an invitation to spring training.
The most unprecedented Major League Baseball season concluded with the first 16-team postseason in the sport's history, but don't get used to it.
With Los Angeles Dodgers star Mookie Betts leading his club to a World Series berth while Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout watches from home again, the MLB playoffs have reignited the debate around the best player in baseball.
Nelson Cruz continues to mash, and he may not be letting up any time soon.
Athletics right-hander Liam Hendriks won the 2020 Mariano Rivera American League Reliever of the Year Award presented by The Hartford, and Brewers rookie Devin Williams won the Trevor Hoffman National League Reliever of the Year Award, it was announced on Saturday.
This year was far too unpredictable and unprecedented for there to have been a sweep in the World Series. The Rays’ Game 2 victory on Wednesday assured, at the very least, more baseball, and for that, we are eternally grateful. But it also might have signaled that we’re going to have a World Series as riveting, unexpected and historic as the rest of this season has been.
Didi Gregorius’ decision last winter to bet on himself with a one-year deal looks to have been a wise one, and he’ll now head back to free agency on the heels of a .284/.339/.488 slash with 10 home runs in a full 60 games with the Phillies. He’s already been linked to the Angels, and Gregorius himself said today in an appearance on WFAN’s Moose & Maggie Show that he’d have interest in returning to the Phillies (audio link).
The Dodgers and Rays continue the World Series with Game 3 Friday night. The other 28 MLB teams are already in offseason mode, and according to George King of the New York Post, the Los Angeles Angels have early interest in free agent-to-be shortstop Didi Gregorius. King notes their interest is "likely advance work" seeing how free agency has yet to begin.
It’s no secret that the New York Yankees are in a bit of a quandary as to who will be the 2021 starting catcher for the team. Although past years have been question marks with Gary Sanchez’s strikeouts, poor defense, and the ability to stay healthy this season, the biggest question will be if Sanchez will be the primary catcher for the Yankees going forward. Sanchez stayed healthy throughout the season in which he had his worst performance in his Yankee career. He hit only .147, and his defense was again deficient.
Cubs third base coach Will Venable and Pirates bench coach Don Kelly reportedly both interviewed to become the next manager of the Red Sox.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina didn't receive a Gold Glove nomination, and he's more than a little ticked off.
The Chicago White Sox conducted an interview with Tony La Russa and view him as a "top candidate" to replace manager Rick Renteria, according to Bruce Levine of 670 The Score.
The Toronto Blue Jays aren't planning on standing pat this offseason.
Mets RHP Marcus Stroman took a shot at the Yankees on Wednesday while also saying he holds no grudges toward them and would be open to signing there as a free agent.
Dejected and helpless, Clayton Kershaw cut what has become an eerily comforting and familiar postseason image. From a not-so-uncomfortable but all-too-familiar location: the bench.