Teams are using baseball's unprecedented shutdown to revamp their social media strategy. For MLB, that could long outlast the pandemic.
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On this date in 2002, Dodgers right fielder Shawn Green went 6-for-6 with four homers. Not long before his epic game, Green had begun studying Eastern philosophy. He explains how his Zen approach helped him go deeper in the zone.
The celebration has been part of sports for more than 40 years. But with athletes rethinking distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, even the high-five's originator, Dusty Baker, is saying it's time to move on.
The designated hitter is expected to be part of the 2020 season in the NL as well as the AL, so we ranked how every lineup stacks up at the position.
A scout's all-time great gamble. A future Hall of Famer failing in the biggest moment in Series history. Sam Miller shows there's a lot more to the Fall Classic than MVPs.
Marly Rivera ESPN Writer
We'd like to extend our congratulations to Blue Jays pitcher Hyun-jin Ryu and his wife on the birth of their daughter, Lucy, born May 17th.
Dodgers third base coach Dino Ebel joins Buster to talk about how Mike Trout challenged him, what he's seen from Cody Bellinger after working with him for a season, the most difficult judgements to make as a third coach coach and why Albert Pujols is the best slow baserunner in the game (23:56). Plus, Anika Orrock on her new book "The Incredible Women of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League." (4:04)
Governors from New York, California and Texas said Monday that professional sports could resume in their respective states in the near future.
A 5-year-old boy and a woman drowned Saturday in the backyard pool of a Houston home that reportedly belongs to Carl Crawford.
A memo given to the MLBPA by Major League Baseball says playing an 82-game season without fans would result in an estimated $4 billion loss, even with prorated salaries.
The Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder -- originally from Nashville -- brought some big-league cheer to a Kroger store in his hometown.
From historic MLB players to still-active stars, every team has its best player not in the Hall -- yet. Here are their cases for Cooperstown.
From when the games could begin to who could be helped and hurt most on the diamond, we debate the baseball side of the league's reported plan.
Picking first overall, will the Tigers reach beyond Arizona State slugger Spencer Torkelson to snag pitcher Asa Lacy from Texas A&M?
Some of the brightest young stars in sports -- including Zion Williamson, Mookie Betts, and Jack and Quinn Hughes -- have something in common besides exceptional athleticism and uncommon drive: Their first (and toughest) coach was Mom.
Different players, very different contracts. Some guys have deals that are shutdown-proof. Others? They have more to prove.
We break down the groundbreaking performances of the 2000s, featuring stars from Big Papi and Joey Bats to JV, Kershaw and the Freak.
My basement is overrun by sports cards from the 1980s and 1990s, all of which aren't worth the cardboard they're printed on. And they've never been more priceless.
The numbers and star power are staggering. McGwire and Sosa. Bonds, Griffey and A-Rod. Pedro, Maddux and the Big Unit. And that's just scratching the surface.
130 steals! The original 40/40 season. These were the player performances that defined an unforgettable decade of baseball.
Baseball in the 1980s was awesome. But which player was the coolest? What baseball card was the must-own treasure? Our experts weigh in.
We order every MLB champ from the best of the best down to the fluke flags that still fly over major league stadiums.
Scandals, scapegoats, superstars and, yes, the Yankees. Sam Miller judges every October since 1903.