The best is finally here for Javier Baez
The Cubs got everything they've been waiting for, grabbing a win over an NL rival with their flashiest player putting together a highlight reel.
Baez makes a pair of web gems.
Javier Baez robs Bryce Harper with a diving catch to end the third inning and follows it up in the eighth by running all the way to foul ground to slide in and catch Adam Lind's hit.
Cubs come right after Bryce Harper -- and get away with it
This time, Washington's star got the pitches in key spots, but with Ryan Zimmerman continuing to struggle against Chicago, it wasn't enough for a win.
Real or not? Cole Hamels a concern for Rangers, Chris Sale an All-Star certainty
It might be a small sample size, but there is a big, red alert screaming above Texas' starter. Luckily for Boston, the same isn't true of their ace.
Jessica Mendoza's Top 10 players
It's unfortunate that you can't see Mike Trout play because of injury, but ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball analyst provides a list of those who do something special every time they're on the field.
NL West stars dominate Dave Flemming's Top 10
From two Dodgers to a Rockies third baseman and the game's top backstop, ESPN Monday Night Baseball's play-by-play voice tips his cap to the talent in baseball's toughest division.
Pitchers need not apply for David Ross' Top 10
The retired catcher, who won championships with the Cubs and Red Sox, shows no love for hurlers.
Judge crushes BP homer 504 feet.
During batting practice before the Yankees-White Sox game, Aaron Judge smashes a home run 504 feet onto the concourse in Chicago.
MLBRank: Buster Olney's Top 10 features one of the best of all time
From two defensive wizards at third base to The Human No-Hit Alert, Olney's Top 10 has a familiar name at No. 1 but also recognizes the historic greatness of one of the game's rising stars.
Angels' Nolasco takes comebacker to leg, exits
Ricky Nolasco left Monday's game against the Dodgers after being hit in his leg on the mound by a comebacker in the seventh inning.
Sheen selling '27 Ruth ring, Sox-Yanks sale doc
After more than 20 years, Charlie Sheen is selling Babe Ruth's 1927 World Series ring and an original copy of the sale document that sent the Bambino from the Red Sox to the Yanks.
On this date: The lasting impact of the Expos trade for Bartolo Colon
Tuesday marks the 15th anniversary of one of baseball's biggest blockbuster trades. The Expos got an ace for a few months. The Indians got a lot more.
AL, NL All-Star ballot update: Kris Bryant, Nolan Arenado in heated race
Voting for AL and NL All-Star Game rosters closes Thursday, and the corner infield spots in both leagues remain closely contested.
MLBRank 100-81: Leading off with new faces
We begin our countdown with Nos. 100-81, which features 13 players who weren't in our rankings last year, 12 All-Stars and former MVPs from both leagues.
Power Rankings: Surging Dodgers make their move
In a week filled with big jumps among MLB's elite, did Cody Bellinger's bat drive Los Angeles past Houston for our No. 1 spot?
Allergic reaction keeps Yankees' Holliday out
Slugger Matt Holliday was missing from the Yankees' lineup again Monday as he continued to deal with issues stemming from an allergic reaction June 17 in Oakland.
How many wins can top trade targets add?
Andrew McCutchen is surging, but how much could he actually help a contender? Looking at the yields from the best deadline deals, we evaluate who could make a major impact.
Clayton Kershaw might (might!) not be the best pitcher in baseball anymore
It’s rare to see Kershaw drop out of the No. 1 slot in FiveThirtyEight’s starting pitcher rankings, but that’s exactly what happened earlier this month.
Stats aside, Tim Tebow's promotion gives Mets needed feel-good story
Moving the former QB up despite a .222 average might seem like a reach, but it's the closest thing to a success story the franchise can claim.
Is Tebow being promoted a marketing move for Mets?
Dave Rothenberg and Mike Golic analyze the Mets' promoting Tim Tebow to the high-A league and whether it's a reason to sell more seats.
Kenley Jansen on learning languages and becoming a pitcher
Jansen was born and raised in Curacao. But after learning four languages, including Spanish, he describes how he has become a bridge between Latino and American players.
Kenley Jansen: Destiny wanted him as a pitcher.
After beginning his playing days as an outfielder and later a catcher, the power he possesses in his arm led him to a path that now has him as a dominant closer.
His playing days behind him, the slugger has stayed away from Fenway, and that's been a good thing for the growth and maturity of this year's Red Sox.
What's it like to be Latino in MLB today? Prospects, starters and future Hall of Famers share their stories.
Welcome to 2037! The pitch clock is here, two franchises have been eliminated and advertising revenue rules the day, but we still need umpires, nine innings and three outs to play the game.
Let your voice be heard and then tune in to the 2017 ESPY Awards on July 12 on ABC!