Will late injuries cost Mike Trout and Christian Yelich an MVP? Which Astros pitcher will win the Cy Young? Awards season is here.
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Here's what you need to know as baseball's best performers of the season get honored.
Sorry, Detroit: Your team follows in the footsteps of other recent biggest losers. Where did every other club fall?
Rockies star Nolan Arenado won his seventh straight Gold Glove Award on Sunday, moving him into sole possession of fourth place among third basemen. The Diamondbacks had four Gold Glove winners on their team this season.
The Athletics picked up Yusmeiro Petit's $5.5 million contract option for the 2020 season but declined their half of a $5.75 million mutual option on pitcher Jake Diekman.
After a stunning World Series title, Washington faces some uncertainty this offseason. Will the Nats be No. 1 again or will the Astros or Dodgers take their place?
MLB teams looking to avoid unwanted affiliations, bad venues and poor facilities could be driving the agenda, but how would it work?
On the field and in the stands, how players and others react to MLB's newly juiceless baseballs off the bat tells a story.
'The sound of fear': Thirty years ago, the Loma Prieta earthquake shook the World Series -- and the world
Game 3 of the 1989 World Series was minutes away when tragedy struck the Bay Area. For the players, writers and fans at Candlestick Park that day -- particularly A's ace Dave Stewart -- it was a life-altering event.
Athletics rookie catcher Sean Murphy has undergone surgery on his left knee and is expected to be fully recovered for the start of spring training in February.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred told Oakland officials that Las Vegas could be a possible relocation site for the A's if the city didn't drop its lawsuit blocking the sale of the Coliseum to the team.
Look away, Pirates and D-backs fans! We identify which eliminated teams have the most former players starring in new homes this postseason.
Can the Rays go to Houston and take down the Astros? Buster and Keith Law discuss that after reacting to the triumphant return of Yandy Diaz, Charlie Morton's strong start and Oakland's stumble in another winner-take-all game (14:57). Plus, Sarah Langs and "The Numbers Game" (41:13).
In the year of the long ball, Tampa Bay hit four home runs -- two by Yandy Diaz -- for a wild-card win and a date with Houston in the American League Division Series.
Yandy Diaz slugged baseball's lowest spender into a matchup with mighty Houston, Charlie Morton silenced the powerful Athletics on the mound, and the Tampa Bay Rays beat Oakland at its own game 5-1 in the AL wild-card round Wednesday night.
Buster speaks to Susan Slusser ahead of tonight's winner-take all AL Wild Card game to discuss Oakland's decision to start Sean Manaea, the crazy crowd expected and how the A's have learned from last year's mistakes.
A top reliever melts down, a young star emerges and one team moves on. With that, Buster welcomes Dave Schoenfield to break down the wild NL Wild Card game that was (11:05). Then, ESPN's Matt Vasgersian talks about the crazy atmosphere expected for tonight's AL Wild Card (27:11) and Susan Sussman of the San Fransisco Chronicle (34:53) and Marc Topkin of The Tampa Bay Times (39:20) preview tonight's A's/Rays showdown. Plus, "Hembo Knows" (43:50).
The NL wild-card game had drama, memorable moments and (of course) home runs. Will the AL game be able to deliver the same?
Wild-card foes Oakland and Tampa Bay are showing that you don't have to spend huge money to be successful. Here's how they've done it.
Manager Bob Melvin announced that Sean Manaea will take the mound for the A's to start the wild-card game against the Rays and Charlie Morton.
Can the Dodgers win their first title since 1988? Or will the Astros, Yankees or Twins finish off 100-plus-win seasons with a World Series trophy? Our experts make their postseason picks.
As teams start the quest for World Series glory, we've got inside intel, odds for every series and names to know to get you set for the postseason.
Some have fallen just short of the biggest prize. Others are trying to bring a first World Series title to their city. Who enters the postseason with the most weight on their shoulders?