RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Major League Baseball

Major League Baseball
A collection of news and information related to Major League Baseball published by this site and its partners.

Top Major League Baseball Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • Fifty years ago today, Jim Palmer began Hall of Fame career with Orioles

    Fifty years ago today, Jim Palmer began Hall of Fame career with Orioles
    Fifty years ago, he strode to the mound from the bullpen in Boston, a gangly 19-year-old playing his first game in the big leagues. "Nervous?" Orioles manager Hank Bauer asked the rookie right-hander. "A little … apprehensive," Jim Palmer said,...
  • Looking into the Orioles' disturbing bullpen trend

    Looking into the Orioles' disturbing bullpen trend
    I always say┬áit’s difficult to analyze a major league team until Memorial Day, when the season is roughly a quarter over. That’s when you have a better idea of where a team is headed. So the Orioles’ 5-4 start against three American...
  • Travis Wood, Welington Castillo and Edwin Jackson thriving survivors

    Travis Wood, Welington Castillo and Edwin Jackson thriving survivors
    They were supposed to be playing for other teams before opening day and not play a part in the anticipated transformation. But Travis Wood, Welington Castillo and Edwin Jackson have provided an array of contributions to a stressed Cubs roster. Their...
  • Fister solid into 7th, Nationals defeat Phillies 5-2

    Fister solid into 7th, Nationals defeat Phillies 5-2
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Doug Fister pitched effectively into the seventh inning, Yunel Escobar and Michael A. Taylor each hit a homer, and the Washington Nationals beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-2 on Thursday night. Ryan Zimmerman added a two-run...
  • Duda's 3 hits lead Mets over Marlins for 5th straight win

    To a man, Lucas Duda and Michael Cuddyer and the rest of the New York Mets quickly point out they've played just 10 games in April. Still, for a team with tremendous expectations after a long run of losing, they're off to a fast start. "It's real early,"...
  • Baseball pace-of-play rules perplexing to some

    Baseball pace-of-play rules perplexing to some
    The 2014 season will be remembered for the implementation of expanded replay, the challenge system and the catcher's obstruction rule. This season we're getting the pace-of-play rules that include a countdown clock and fines for hitters who leave the...
  • Shortstop Alexei Ramirez the constant among the retooled White Sox

    Shortstop Alexei Ramirez the constant among the retooled White Sox
    CLEVELAND — As the White Sox stripped down their team and rebuilt it over the last few seasons, there has been one constant on the field — Alexei Ramirez starting at shortstop in all but a few games each season. Since 2012, the Sox have...
  • Cubs gala hits home run for charity

    Cubs gala hits home run for charity
    There was a lot to celebrate at the Chicago Cubs Charities' 5th annual Bricks and Ivy Ball, held at Union Station on April 8 with 700 guests in attendance. The Cubs had their first win of the season and the event raised a whopping $1.35 million to support...
  • Dodgers outfield adjusts to the information age

    Dodgers outfield adjusts to the information age
    Yasiel Puig thinks this could be the season he wins his first Gold Glove Award. If he doesn't, it won't be because he spent part of the season in the minor leagues, as he did as a rookie. Or because he was moved from right field to center in the...
  • Jon Lester has a long way to go to get back to being himself

     Jon Lester has a long way to go to get back to being himself
    While the Cubs' $155 million pitcher was put under the microscope last week for failing to hold runners in his debut, the team president threw a ceremonial first pitch at the mascot and got off scot-free. "He was crowding the plate," Theo Epstein said...
  • Weekend preview: On a beautiful street, where the party is free

    Weekend preview: On a beautiful street, where the party is free
    Bailey Contemporary Arts, the studio and exhibition space in Old Pompano Beach, will be filled with art, music, film and the people who love them on Saturday — exactly as envisioned when the venue introduced itself to the community a year ago. The...