Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave was extended by 10 days through Aug. 6 on Tuesday by Major League Baseball and the players’ association.
"The people of Cleveland cannot be thrilled and I, as a FORMER baseball fan, cannot believe things such as this are happening," the former president said in a statement.
Cleveland's MLB club announced on Friday it would be changing its mascot to the Guardians.
The judge granted a delay in Friday's scheduled hearing. The hearing is scheduled to resume on August 2, 3 and 19.
The Washington Nationals game against the San Diego Padres has been halted after Nationals said a shooting was reported outside the stadium.
"Over the last year I've promoted self-love and self-care and the Giants are offering me the opportunity to transition to a role as a mental-health advocate," wrote San Francisco Giants minor leaguer Drew Robinson.
The Yankees’ post-All-Star break opener against the Boston Red Sox has been postponed because of positive COVID-19 tests among New York pitchers Jonathan Loaisiga, Nestor Cortes Jr. and Wandy Peralta.
Shohei Ohtani unleashed his 100 mph heat while pitching a perfect inning for the win in becoming baseball’s first two-way All-Star, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., rocked Coors Field with a 468-foot home run and the American League breezed 5-2 Tuesday night for its eighth straight victory.
There's nothing like the MLB All-Star Game. And this year, you could win $10,000 of Big Papi's money absolutely for free.
Four people were arrested on drug and weapons charges at a downtown Denver hotel that is close to several events planned with the upcoming Major League Baseball All-Star Game.
Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Trevor will not take the mound on Sunday after it was announced he was placed on administrative leave by Major League Baseball.
Despite not playing in a Major League Baseball game since 2001, Bonilla remains on the New York Mets’ payroll, collecting roughly $1.19 million every July 1.
Trevor Bauer is being investigated for assault after a woman claims the Dodgers star pitcher "got physical with her," TMZ reports.
In 1963, the Charlotte News sent Ernie Accorsi, then a 21-year-old cub reporter, to the reunion of a minor league team. There Accorsi met an 87-year-old doctor named Archibald Graham.
Nearly two years after his death, officials announced on Tuesday the family of former Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs filed wrongful death lawsuits against the team.
The stamp honoring the late New York Yankees great and the man of endless philosophical musings was dedicated during a ceremony at the New Jersey museum named for the catcher. The stamp is now being sold at post offices nationwide.
Signs of normalcy abound on both sides of the Hudson River with the MTA announcing subway ridership is up and, in NJ, 70% of adults have been vaccinated.
A video of a woman and several young Red Sox fans heckling each other has gone viral.
In a new crackdown, Major League Baseball will eject pitchers and suspend them for 10 games if they use illegal foreign substances to doctor baseballs.
Jacob deGrom was pulled from a do-it-all gem with right flexor tendinitis, a troubling diagnosis for the New York Mets that clouded a 3-2 victory over the San Diego Padres.