And Brodt hit three homers in the game.
What are the Padres thinking here?
Dan Straily is thrilled he's still a Marlin, but no one tell him why he is.
Hint: It's not the actual baseball.
The Angels and Yankees made all the right moves this winter. The Pirates and Rockies? Not so much.
This decision makes sense on numerous levels.
David Price wants a clean start in 2018.
ACES agency proprietors Sam and Seth Levinson may be in more hot water over MLB players and PEDs, thanks to a lawsuit from former employee Juan Carlos Nunez.
Loaiza finished second in AL Cy Young voting in 2003. Fifteen years later he is apparently involved in a large-scale drug operation.
Baseball Prospectus' projection system didn't spit out too many objectionable results this year, but that won't stop us from nit-picking.
Derek Jeter's latest excuse for the Marlins' teardown is maybe the worst yet.
Which MLB teams will overperform their win projections, and which teams will underperform in 2018?
The Marlins want you to believe they traded their best players solely to improve their organization. That is transparently untrue.
The MLBPA continues to fall all over itself.
Numerous media outlets have tried to write the White Sox out of history. On Tuesday, it was Wheel of Fortune's turn.
With the Clemente project and a Richard Jewell movie, Edelman is expanding beyond documentaries.
An Ed Sheeran concert could make for an embarrassing conflict.
The MLBPA blames the owners for a stagnant winter, while the owners blame agents and agents blame the league.
“We hope this gesture reminds you of the importance of community. Legions of Pirates fans may not own the ball club, but we certainly feel a sense of ownership too.”
If Jim Thome had it his way, he won't be going in the Hall of Fame with Chief Wahoo.
"A boycott of Spring Training may be a starting point, if behavior doesn't change."