Before J.D. Martinez came along, the two most expensive free-agent hitters signed by the Boston Red Sox this decade were Carl Crawford ($142 million) and Pablo Sandoval ($95 million)...
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Eric Karros and Frank Thomas join Kevin Burkhardt to discuss whether the Astros' rotation will go down as one of the best of all time.
by: BENJAMIN HOFFMAN — NY Times 18h
As Ovechkin heads to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time, we take a look at the best players in other sports who never played on the biggest stage.
by: N/A — MLB: Rangers 24 May
Bartolo Colon turned 45 today. At an age when most successful players have been retired long enough to be eligible for the Hall of Fame, Colon is still going strong. In 10 games (eight starts) for the Rangers this season, the right-hander has a 3.51 ERA..
by: FOX Sports — Fox Sports 24 May
Frank Thomas and Nick Swisher join Kevin Burkhardt to discuss whether Justin Verlander can set the single season ERA record this season.
by: Dave Clark, email@example.com — Cincinnati Enquirer 23 May
Five of Scooter Gennett's six career grand slams have come in his 686 plate appearances with the Reds.
Cubs? White Sox? Manny Machado mum on Chicago possibilities as both sides of town dream of his World Series impact
by: Vinnie Duber — NBC Sports Chicago 22 May
Whether he comes to the Cubs in a midseason trade or to the White Sox in a free-agent deal this offseason, both sides of town see Manny Machado as a key to one or more World Series runs.
by: Mike Cole — NESN 21 May
Hall of Fame slugger Frank Thomas thinks J.D. Martinez is the best hitter in Major League Baseball, and that’s not the sort of praise Martinez just earned overnight. Martinez, whose career wa…
J.D. Martinez told Red Sox teammate Mookie Betts, 'Bro, relax. Homers come in bunches' (this duo is MLB's best)
by: Christopher Smith | firstname.lastname@example.org — Mass Live 20 May
Mookie Betts (.760) has a slugging percentage 80 points higher than anyone else in the majors. Who's second? His Red Sox teammate J.D. Martinez (.680) of course.
by: rob.bradford — WEEI: Full Count 20 May
J.D. Martinez had a point Saturday when talking about where Major League Baseball directs its promotion.
by: N/A — MLB: White Sox 20 May
CHICAGO -- If there was a model of consistency drawn up for a Major League hitter, White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu would merit strong consideration for that prototype. Abreu's three hits, including his eighth home run, in Saturday's victory raised his.