The two leading contenders for 2018 National League Rookie of the Year will patrol the outfield, sta...
Japan All-Star Series preview: Story lines and history to know, full MLB roster, game schedule and more
by: Kyle Newman — The Denver Post 7 Nov
The series, which pits a major league roster against players from Japan’s Nippon Professional Baseball, starts with Thursday’s exhibition against the Yomiuri Giants, the most successful…
by: Robbie Stratakos — Baseball Essential 6 Nov
Despite a third conseuctiuve postseason letdown/meltdown, the Cleveland Indians should not be looking to undergo a fire sale this offseason.
by: Carson Ferrell — Fansided: Believeland Ball 2 Nov
While the Cleveland Indians continue the process of transitioning the outfield, they can rest easy knowing that they still have plenty of depth elsewhere. ...
by: Tom Dorsa — Baseball Essential 1 Nov
The 2016 World Series ended with an insane Game 7, but under current rules, it wouldn't have played out the way it did now. Let's re-simulate.
by: Evan Woodbery | firstname.lastname@example.org — Michigan Live 31 Oct
This will be the 37th time that Major League players have toured Japan, a tradition that dates to 1908, according to MLB.
by: Cody Poage — Fansided: Climbing Tal's Hill 30 Oct
The World Series has concluded, and the offseason is bound to be full of activity. But there is still baseball to be played overseas this year. Dating back...
by: Tom — Cardinals GM 30 Oct
OFFSEASON TALKING POINTS The Cardinals started it off by completing their coaching staff for 2019. Although Jeff Albert wasn’t really on the radar as an assistant hitting coach, Stubby Clapp was a solid hire and a chance to keep him in the organization...
MLB Japan All-Star Series: Rosters set with Ronald Acuna Jr. and Juan Soto headlining - CBSSports.com
by: Mike Axisa — CBS Sports 29 Oct
Christian Yelich has withdrawn from the event, however
by: Matthew Veasey — Phillies Nation 29 Oct
The roster for the team representing Major League Baseball in the 2018 Japan All-Star Series against stars from Nippon Professional Baseball was announced today. Two Phillies players, Rhys Hoskins and Carlos Santana, were named as members of the MLB squad
by: N/A — MLB: Indians 29 Oct
CLEVELAND -- The baseball season has officially come to an end, meaning the countdown to Opening Day has started once again. If that feels too far away for Indians fans, there is an earlier date that can be circled on the calendar in the meantime. On...
by: Max Rieper — SB Nation: Royals Review 29 Oct
The 2018 season is now over, which means the Royals have no losses anymore.