Japan beats USA in WBC final; Shohei Ohtani strikes out Angels teammate Mike Trout to end game
Team Japan captured its third World Baseball Classic title after beating USA in the final 3-2 Tuesday.
MLB umpires will have a new view for replays this season – on Zoom
Major League Baseball struck a deal with Zoom Video Communications Inc. allowing on-field umpires to watch the replay operations center evaluating contested calls.
Washington Nationals prospect Cade Cavalli needs Tommy John surgery; will miss 2023 season
Washington Nationals pitching prospect Cade Cavalli needs Tommy John reconstructive elbow surgery and will miss the 2023 season, general manager Mike Rizzo said Thursday.
Orioles ask New York court to toss out TV rights payment to Nationals
The long-running fight between the Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals over television rights fees reached New York's highest court Tuesday when a lawyer for the Orioles argued a $296.8 million award for 2012-16 made by a panel of baseball executives should be thrown out and the case reheard by a different forum.
New MLB pitch clock appears to work, shaves 20 minutes from early games
Major League Baseball approved its first pitch clock this season, and every day is a new experience for the players as they try to get used to them this spring.
MLB's bigger bases could lead to more steals, fewer injuries, experts say
Major League Baseball is introducing bigger bases this season as part of a flurry of changes designed to put more action and athleticism back in the game.
MLB creates 'economic reform committee' as Mets spend hundreds of millions in free agency
The Mets reportedly spent $500 million on offseason acquisitions
Tim McCarver, big league catcher and broadcaster, dies at 81
Tim McCarver, the All-Star catcher and Hall of Fame broadcaster, died Thursday. He was 81.
MLB to test pitch timer, other big rule changes at spring training
"The pitch timer is — by far — the biggest change that's coming this season," MLB executive VP Morgan Sword said.
Derek Jeter joins FOX Sports MLB broadcast team for 2023 season
The New York Yankees great and Hall of Famer joins former teammate Alex Rodriguez, fellow Hall of Famer David Ortiz, and host Kevin Burkhardt as part of the studio team.
Ted Lerner, Washington Nationals owner and real estate tycoon, dies at 97
Ted Lerner, the billionaire real estate developer who became the principal owner of the Washington Nationals and who controlled the team in the years leading up to their World Series championship run, has died. He was 97.
Nats announce special ticket events for 2023 season
On Friday, the Nats announced their 2023 special ticket events, and plenty of fan favorites are returning this year.
Cleveland drummer, iconic baseball fan John Adams dies at 71
John Adams, who pounded a drum while sitting in Cleveland's outfield bleachers during baseball games for five decades, has died. He was 71.
Minnesota Twins, Carlos Correa in agreement on multi-year deal
The Minnesota Twins and Carlos Correa are reportedly in agreement on a 6-year contract after Correa opted out of his original deal last November to become a free agent.
Trevor Bauer reinstated after reduced suspension; Dodgers must decide whether to keep him or not
Now that Trevor Bauer is reinstated, the Dodgers have a big decision to make: Will the team keep Bauer or leave him out of the Dodgers' 40-man roster?
US to let MLB stars play for Cuba in 2023 World Baseball Classic
It clears the way for MLB stars like José Abreu, Yordan Alvarez, and Randy Arozarena to represent their home country in the World Baseball Classic next year.
Aaron Judge returning to New York Yankees
Slugger Aaron Judge has reportedly agreed to return to the New York Yankees. Various sources say that he has agreed to a nine-year deal to stay with the club.
Gaylord Perry, Hall of Fame pitcher, two-time Cy Young winner, dies at 88
The five-time All-Star played for eight major-league teams from 1962 until 1983. He won the Cy Young with Cleveland in 1972 and San Diego in 1978.
Babe Ruth glove sells for record $1.5 million at auction
A glove once used by New York Yankees legend Babe Ruth was sold at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory auction on Saturday for a record $1.5 million.
Man accused of throwing White Claw at Sen. Ted Cruz during Astros championship parade identified
Video shared on Twitter captured the moment the can almost hit the senator and someone nearby attempted to block what Sen. Cruz later said was a White Claw can.