Players like Todd Walker, Jeff Cirillo, and Woody Williams have no chance to make the Hall of Fame. So why in the world are they on the ballot?
Marvin Miller, a labor leader whose 16-year tenure as executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association led to the introduction of free agency and a revolution in professional sports, died of liver cancer …
The baseball union leader, who died on Tuesday, at 95, is one of the most influential figures in all of sports
The team is dumping all its good players, one year after opening a new stadium largely financed by public funds. South Florida got a raw deal
TIME’s photo editors bring you the best pictures and the key moments of Major League Baseball’s 2012 World Series between the San Francisco Giants and the Detroit Tigers.
A Giants fan reflects upon the remarkable resurgence of Barry Zito
An analytical cheat sheet for the Fall Classic.
According to some New York Yankees, booing hurt their chances against the Detroit Tigers. That’s one excuse no one wants to hear.
Upsets galore! Perennial losers vaulting to the top! All-stars benched and no-names turned into heroes! Games so close that anxious fans bite their nails down to the knuckle! One future Hall of Famer who breaks a 45-year-old …
Alex Rodriguez is benched for Game 5. Might he sit out the rest of the playoffs?
According to some advanced analytics, Mike Trout deserves the MVP award over Miguel Cabrera, despite Cabrera’s possible Triple Crown. Should we trust these numbers?
A Boston fan laments this sorry season — but learns from it
Football star Tim Tebow often found himself in the headlines for writing words as tame as Bible verses on his eye black. Toronto Blue Jays shortstop Yunel Escobar should have expected to encounter such scrutiny after he wrote a …