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 …
A recent scary incident, in which an Oakland pitcher fractured his skill after being hit by a line drive, may lead to more protective equipment more pitchers
As the New York Yankees hang on — barely — to a divisional lead that once seemed clinched, a Bobby Valentine interview adds more drama to Boston’s sorry season
Shortly after Johnny Pesky died on Aug. 13 at 92, a torrent of tributes and remembrances appeared on every Boston news site. Many had a common theme: the time I met Johnny Pesky.
The Washington Nationals will end the season of Stephen Strasburg, their best pitcher who underwent Tommy John surgery almost two years ago, early, even if he’s feeling healthy. Will caution come at a cost?
Faster pitching, and smarter front offices, might be fueling the cavalcade of Ks
A decade after All-Star embarrassment, baseball still gives a World Series advantage to the league that wins the game. Why it should stop.
Did we mention it was a barehanded catch?
Now that the government has failed to convict slugger Roger Clemens of perjury, will it continue to chase alleged drug cheats?
New York Mets fans have waited 50 years for the franchise’s first no-hitter. Thanks to a blown call, Johan Santana’s was a letdown.
The 19-year-old right-hander, a Baltimore Orioles farmhand, isn’t long for the minors
What’s the easiest game to coach: basketball, football, or baseball? We vote for the national pastime.
Just this year Dickey, 37, released a memoir, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, and starred in a documentary. Oh yeah, he’s also 5-1 for the surprising Mets. A candid conversation with a cerebral guy who throws a funky pitch