Kevin Arnovitz, Jonathan Givony, Mike Schmitz and Kevin Pelton discuss how a prospect's profile can fluctuate leading up to the draft (1:30), how to sift through the rumor mill (10:50), the top players in the 2018 draft (19:05) and draft night questions (36:10).
Buster Olney talks to Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez about the art of pitching inside, his bond with Vladimir Guerrero, how he's become a mentor for Luis Severino and much more.
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Eric Karabell and Tristan H. Cockcroft discuss hitters that are turning a corner like Xander Bogaerts and Marcell Ozuna (3:00), the injuries to Mike Foltynewicz and Evan Longoria (11:00), finding Brandon Nimmo on the Closer Carousel (17:00) and more. Plus, they take your #06010MLB questions.
The same three teams are at the top, but which leads the way, and how high did the resurgent Dodgers and Diamondbacks climb?
The Celtics have three highly paid All-Stars, cheap young talent and valuable draft picks. So what should they trade for Kawhi?
With several headliners bowing out, the best Derby showdown would pit mighty mites such as Mookie Betts against supersized monster mashers.
Rafael Devers, Jackie Bradley Jr., and Xander Bogaerts all homered and the Boston Red Sox routed the Seattle Mariners 9-3 on Sunday.
Tom Brady says he can see retirement on the horizon, but he's still motivated to play in the NFL.
The Patriots coach is like a walking encyclopedia of football knowledge and eager to share his wisdom with his players.
Wade LeBlanc pitched into the eighth inning and Nelson Cruz had an RBI single as the Seattle Mariners beat the Boston Red Sox 1-0 Saturday night.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
The Mariners signed Wade LeBlanc late in spring training only after he was released by the Yankees and after David Phelps blew out his elbow. He's been terrific since moved into the rotation — more injures opened up that opportunity — and he's retired the last 17 in a row against the Red Sox as the M's hold a 1-0 lead in the sixth.
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Something worth noting when thinking about any (long-shot) Kawhi Leonard trade to NYK: Kyrie Irving had the Knicks on his list of trade destinations last summer. It's impossible, of course, to talk with any certainty about potential landing spots for Irving more than 12 months away from his free agency. Plenty can change between now and next July. But people around the league expect New York to remain a desired destination for Irving if he hits free agency next summer. And if Irving is interested in New York, you can be sure that the Knicks will be interested in Irving next summer, when they project to have significant cap space. But it's hard to see a scenario where New York can trade for Leonard, have enough money to sign Irving as a free agent and keep Kristaps Porzingis. Also, it's logical to assume that any deal that lands Leonard in New York would have to include the Knicks sending Porzingis to San Antonio.
If Mike Trout, J.D. Martinez or even Scooter Gennett had their best day -- every day -- how high would their WAR be? Get your calculators ready.
Denard Span's pinch-hit double in the eighth inning scored two runs, leading the Seattle Mariners to a 7-6 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday night.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said "a lot of good conversations" came out of NFL players kneeling during the national anthem last season.
Brian Windhorst, Tim MacMahon, Andrew Han and Jackie MacMullan chat about the news Kawhi Leonard wants out of San Antonio and workshop the permutations and implications of the news.
Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer
A look at the draft picks the Boston Celtics have at their disposal in potential trades for a star like Kawhi Leonard.
By all accounts the Patriots' offseason program was a success, so it wasn't a surprise their coach decided to end things early.
Xander Bogaerts hit a tiebreaking home run in the sixth inning and the Boston Red Sox beat the Seattle Mariners 2-1 Thursday night for their fourth straight win.