Padres manager Andy Green refused to retaliate against the Cubs after a contentious slide this week. Score one for people who hate baseball's unwritten rules.
The Red Sox have added two guys Dave Dombrowski knows well in Doug Fister and Jhonny Peralta. Could they help them over the hump in the AL East?
The St. Louis Cardinals announced their first Pride Night and some fans are outraged, but they shouldn't be.
These 1948 Bowman baseball cards are the find people dream about: discovered in an attic and then selling for six figures.
Jarrod Dyson's bunt broke up Justin Verlander's bid for a perfect game. The unwritten-rules crowd might be mad, but we think he did the right thing.
Yasiel Puig, the polarizing Dodgers outfielder, hit a mammoth three-run homer and had words with Wilmer Flores of the Mets as he rounded the bases.
Mets GM Sandy Alderson says Tim Tebow is "bigger than that" after the Charleston RiverDogs repeatedly mocked him throughout a weekend series.
Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was invited to the Home Run Derby, but will he compete? If he does, we could see a huge matchup with Giancarlo Stanton.
"Diesel Brothers," the hit Discovery Channel show, takes an MLB turn in Monday's episode guest starring Miguel Cabrera, plus MLB Network's Pedro Martinez and Carlos Peña.
Gleyber Torres, the No. 2 prospect in all of MLB, might have joined the Yankees this summer, but now he's out until 2018.
After the latest tally of NL All-Star votes, we hone in on a few of the tightest races — like first base where Ryan Zimmerman is fending off Anthony Rizzo.
Zack Hample, who has caught more than 9,000 balls at MLB games, gets hilariously rejected when he asks Clayton Kershaw for a baseball.
Just in time for Father's Day, here's Padres infielder Yangervis Solarte playing baseball with his three daughters.
We're opening 1992 Topps baseball cards with Bob Melvin and we found Sammy Sosa, Mitch Williams and one of Melvin's best buds in baseball.
The Mets say Matt Harvey has a stress injury to the scapula bone in the right shoulder and will miss several weeks.
The famous Dodgers announcer, who retired after last season, will guest star in two performances of “Lincoln Portrait” at the Hollywood Bowl.