San Diego acquired the superstar outfielder in one of baseball's biggest deals at the trade deadline, vaulting their postseason chances by adding one of the game's best young hitters.
The baseball world is taking notice of how the Savannah Bananas play by their own set of rules, both on the field and off.
The World Series-winning Atlanta Braves are adding some exciting new talent to the team in the MLB draft, while drama continues over the exit of former Brave and now Los Angeles Dodger Freddie Freeman. GPB's Leah Fleming talks with Eric Cole from the blog and podcast Battery Power.
Writer Roger Angell died Friday of heart failure, according to The New Yorker.
Crowds cheered as the first woman to manage an MLB-affiliated team took home a victory for the New York Yankees-affiliated Tampa Tarpons on Friday.
After protracted negotiations between Major League Baseball's owners and players led to a 99-day lockout, baseball officially begins with new rules and new faces.
While Major League Baseball is getting off to a slow start due to the recent MLB lockout, “Banana Ball” is right on schedule, as Savannah's beloved team takes to the road.
After cutting ties with Freddie Freeman, the Atlanta Braves have signed new first baseman Matt Olson to a $168 million, eight-year contract.
Freddie Freeman's tenure with the Atlanta Braves appears to be over after the World Series champions acquired All-Star first baseman Matt Olson from the Oakland Athletics.
The new collective bargaining agreement must be approved by both sides before it becomes official. Baseball would return on April 7 if it's accepted.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred announced that another two series of games are being canceled, as players will not be paid for the games they don't play.
NPR's Scott Simon wonders about the money collectors paid for ticket stubs: one for the 1st game Jackie Robinson played as a Dodger, the other for the 1st game Michael Jordan played as a Chicago Bull.
Major League Baseball has canceled opening day. Commissioner Rob Manfred announced Tuesday the sport will lose regular-season games over a labor dispute for the first time in 27 years after acrimonious lockout talks collapsed in the hours before management's deadline.
The five-time World Series champion became a minority shareholder of the team in 2017. He was elected into baseball's Hall of Fame in 2020.
After being lost in transit for days, Dillon T. Pickle was shipped to the team's office — only to be stolen off its porch. The team is offering a reward for information or a no questions asked return.