Sources: MLB, players eye May return in Arizona
Major League Baseball and its players are increasingly focused on a plan that could allow them to start the season as early as May in the greater Phoenix area and has the support of high-ranking federal public health officials, sources told ESPN.
Second-Chance World Series Round 1: Our tourney of MLB's best non-champs begins
Can the 2011 Rangers change history? How about the '94 Expos? Baseball's best to miss out on Fall Classic glory start their road to redemption in our upset-filled opening round.
Can the U.S. return to sports soon? South Korea may have clues
Kurkjian: Late HOFer Al Kaline could do everything on the diamond
Kaline was the youngest player to win a batting title, and opponents marveled at the breadth of skills of the Tigers great.
Legendary Tigers outfielder Al Kaline dies at 85
Kaline, an 18-time All-Star and a 10-time Gold Glove winner with the Detroit Tigers, has died at 85.
Tigers legend Kaline dies at age 85
Javy Baez catches for Jose Berrios
'Never forget, it was Roberto Clemente throwing'
Plays that should have never been close were turned into outs when Roberto Clemente, in right field, had the ball in his hands and a runner trying to take an extra base in his sights.
How Roberto Clemente, Neil Walker are connected
Olney: Baseball's potential return is way too complicated to rush
After 9/11, the game provided welcome relief after a brief pause. But the coronavirus situation requires more time and information.
Justin Verlander to donate upcoming MLB pay checks
Our writers share their first impressions of Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Trout, Clayton Kershaw and others destined for big things before they made the majors.
Seen 'Major League' three times this week? Offbeat baseball movies, shows and documentaries you can stream right now
Our writers suggest something for MLB fans to watch online while the coronavirus keeps live sports on indefinite hold.
From Twitter to Twitch, these players are providing a window -- often silly, sometimes serious -- into an unprecedented time in baseball history.
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Don Van Natta Jr. explores and connects the lifetime baseball bans of "Shoeless" Joe Jackson and Pete Rose. Stream now on ESPN+