Terry Collins leads the list of 11 managers who appear in the most jeopardy as the season's about to start.
Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli is strong. Here's proof.
The Mets traded for two new lefty relievers Monday. Those moves plus a bunch of injury updates headline the day's news recap.
Here's a fun graphic showing how different types of pitches look to the hitter.
A bunch of players and personnel with the Indians had a sense of humor and read some mean tweets from fans.
The MLB Players Association said they plan to address Kris Bryant's demotion and similar situations with "litigation, bargaining or both."
Overreacting to opening day starters, being late to your scheduled start, ridiculous food and ranking The Hangover movies! It's all in here, dumb and fun.
Pittsburgh worked out long deals with Andrew McCutchen and Starling Marte and hopes to do the same with Gregory Polanco.
Jayson Werth, Denard Span, Anthony Rendon, Nate McLouth, Casey Janssen are on the shelf as opening day approaches. Closer Drew Storen gave the team a scare Monday by leaving in the middle of a game, but it was because of a blister on his right big toe.
And now for your advertising enjoyment, baseball on the streets of Tokyo.
The Cubs have sent super-prospect Kris Bryant to Triple-A. This has been much discussed, but let's look at every single angle here.
Just a few weeks ago, the Cubs' slugging shortstop was looking like a solid fallback option in Fantasy drafts, but owners now have to adjust to a new reality. Our Al Melchior talks about the Cubs' young talent.
The Mets hope to sign Duda to a multi-year deal but time is running short.
Dillon Gee is the Mets' No. 5 starter, at least for today.
Nursing moms could feed their infants from breast or bottle, and change diapers in comfort while at Reds home games. The lounge perhaps only the second room of its kind in MLB and probably the nicest.
March 31, 2015
Boomer & Carton: Kris Bryant sent to minors (1:13)