This week's quiz sadly falls on March 1, delaying our plan for a Friday leap day-themed quiz until 2036. Thankfully, a lot else happened in the news. Were you paying attention?
Jenny Cavnar will call most of the games during the 2024 season. She was the backup play-by-play announcer for the Colorado Rockies for 12 years and has five Emmys.
The Atlanta Braves have agreed to a contract extension with general manager Alex Anthopoulos that will keep him with the six-time reigning NL East champions through the 2031 season. The team announced the new deal Friday, locking up the GM who oversaw a World Series championship in 2021.
The deal was announced after days of speculation over where the unique, two-way star would continue his career after six seasons with the Los Angeles Angels.
Ronald Acuña Jr. was a unanimous winner of his first National League Most Valuable Player award after becoming the first big leaguer with 40 homers and 70 stolen bases in a season. Los Angeles Angels two-way star star Shohei Otani won the American League honor, becoming the first two-time unanimous MVP. There have been 21 unanimous winners, and this year marked the first time two occurred in the same year.
Major League Baseball will play its 2025 All-Star Game in Atlanta, four years after moving the event from Truist Park to Denver's Coors Field over objections to changes in Georgia's voting rights laws.
It's been years since Baltimore Orioles fans have seen a season like this. They say it's been worth the wait.
Fans who are returning to baseball for the postseason will find Ronald Acuña Jr. and other speedsters playing a different game. Players are running much more than a year ago thanks to new rules, which also promise to have an impact on the playoffs.
Major League Baseball games saw its biggest attendance increase in 30 years during the 2023 regular season. GPB's Peter Biello dives into the reasons why.
NPR's Don Gonyea says looking through his old baseball scorecards stirs up sweet memories from summers long past.
Ozzie Albies lined a three-run homer with two outs in the 10th inning and the Atlanta Braves rallied to beat the reeling New York Mets 13-10 for a three-game sweep.
Blue was drafted in the second round of the 1967 MLB Draft to the Athletics. He spent nine seasons with the team, and was ultimately selected to six All-Star teams throughout his 17-year career.
Team officials said they had signed an agreement to buy a 49-acre site near the Strip for a new stadium. The team's departure would leave Oakland with no major pro sports teams.
The Savannah Bananas, an entertaining baseball team, recently took on some retired Major League Baseball players in a game that proved just how much fun this version of baseball can be.
New York Mets star closer Edwin Díaz injured his right knee celebrating a win that advanced Puerto Rico in the World Baseball Classic and eliminated the Dominican Republic.