Suit: Bad Bunny's agency hit with 'death penalty'

Rimas Sports, the agency founded by recording artist Bad Bunny, is accusing the Major League Baseball Players Association of "placing a death penalty" on the agency, according to a federal lawsuit the company filed Thursday.


From the king of swing speed to signs of trouble: What we learned from MLB's new bat-tracking numbers

Baseball's latest metric has landed, It measures what hitters really do with the bat in their hands. What does it reveal about MLB’s biggest stars?


‘That dude paints’: Inside the Pirates’ decision to call up pitching phenom Paul Skenes

After dominating in the minors, the No. 1 pick in the 2023 MLB draft is headed to The Show.


Pirates to call up top pitching prospect Skenes

The Pirates are calling up star prospect Paul Skenes, and the hard-throwing right-hander is expected to debut Saturday at PNC Park against the Cubs.


Memo: MLB uniforms to change after complaints

Major League Baseball plans to address its uniform fiasco after changes this spring to the standard jerseys and pants led to widespread complaints from players and fans, according to a memo obtained Sunday night by ESPN.


'The mirror doesn’t lie': How Corey Seager’s constant pursuit of perfection created MLB’s most beautiful swing

Seager's left-handed swing is a thing of beauty. But the constant feeling that it could desert him is what turned him into MLB's new Mr. Clutch.


'That’s my job, I’m gonna do it': The MLB players who play all 162 games -- and why it matters

In an era of load management across sports, these major leaguers still believe that the greatest ability is availability.


Orioles call up Holliday, baseball's top prospect

The Orioles called up infielder Jackson Holliday, the No. 1 prospect in baseball, after a torrid start at Triple-A this season.


Pitching injuries are out of control -- and it's time to take action

Another week, another round of injured aces? Baseball must come together to solve the problem NOW.


MLBPA: Clark pay nearly doubled to $4.25M in '23

MLBPA executive director Tony Clark received more than $4.25 million in compensation in 2023, with a $3.25 million salary and $1 million bonus, nearly doubling his total the previous year, according to a union financial report released Monday.