Second shot does the trick for Yankees' Hicks
Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks, who hasn't played since March 1 because of tightness in his back, said he's "doing great" after a second cortisone shot and is hoping to resume baseball activities soon.
Cubs relievers Morrow, Strop progressing well
Cubs relievers Brandon Morrow and Pedro Strop each threw bullpen sessions this week as they recover from injuries.
A $430M bargain? Why Mike Trout might be worth a billion dollars
What if L.A. had given the outfielder $600 million? $700 million? Heck, with what the Angels will get for the next 12 years -- and beyond -- they could've handed him 10 figures.
Ichiro is a god and idol in Japanese baseball
Marly Rivera examines Ichiro Suzuki's impact on paving a path for young Japanese players to MLB.
Tigers RHP Fulmer needs Tommy John surgery
The Detroit Tigers announced Tuesday that pitcher Michael Fulmer needs Tommy John surgery on his pitching elbow.
Teixeira: Trout extension 'doesn't set a new bar' in MLB
Mark Teixeira explains what Mike Trout's $430 million extension means for the Angels and MLB player contracts going forward.