A new Major League Baseball season is coming. If it's anything like every other season in MLB history, it's going to bring a new wave of star players with it. We don't know who they are yet. But we can
Spring training is just getting off the ground. We're more than a month away from games that count. Still, it's not too early to talk postseason chances. We can enjoy the languid pace of late February
There's no difficulty in dreaming of marquee MLB playoff matchups for a postseason that will feature multiple star-studded juggernauts. The Los Angeles Dodgers, Washington Nationals, Cleveland Indians
As September barrels along, the field of MLB playoff hopefuls is dwindling. On Sunday, the Washington Nationals became the first club to lock down a playoff spot by clinching the National League East.
The arrival of September means Major League Baseball is just one step away from the postseason and only two steps away from awards season. Bleacher Report's MLB Metrics 101 series returns to address the
September is an exciting time for MLB clubs in the playoff hunt because it signifies the final lap of the 162-game marathon. It's also notable for squads with little or no shot at the postseason because
The July 31 MLB trade deadline is careening toward us like a Statcast-busting Aaron Judge home run. Buyers and sellers are working the phones, and the balance of power is about to shift in both leagues.
The first day of the 2017 MLB draft is in the books, and a number of general managers have reason to give themselves a pat on the back. Evaluating a team's return on draft day is always somewhat of a errand
As we rumble toward the midpoint of May, the MLB season is getting real. Sure, Opening Day is technically the real beginning, and, yes, we've got more than four months remaining before anything is settled.
April is drawing to a close, and the first round of MLB report cards are due. There's a ton of baseball left, meaning none of these grades are final. Consider them a progress report on how all 30 teams
We're one week into the 2017 MLB season, which means it's time to draw all sorts of firm conclusions. I'm kidding, of course. All early analysis must be served with the mandatory small-ample, grain-of-salt
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is pretty cool. Nobody is here to say otherwise. But, man, how cool would it be if instead of one game featuring All-Stars from the American and National League,
Opening Day is upon us at last. Which means, of course, it's time to skip the whole 162-game grind and cut straight to the awards. What's that? You actually want to watch the season play out? OK, fine.
There are 30 Major League Baseball teams, each with a 25-man roster. That's 750 players donning MLB uniforms at any given time. Our task today? Narrow that down to the top 50. Was it easy? No. Was it You
For the next installment in our preseason top 30 rankings series, we've decided to lump both corner outfield positions into one list. There's a good deal of bouncing around between positions these days,
Spring training is a chance for players on the fringe of an MLB roster to make a good impression and play their way into a team's Opening Day plans. Spring revelations come in many shapes and sizes, and
It's a hard thing to prove, but what they say about hitting a baseball being the hardest thing in sports certainly seems true. Hitting a round ball with a round bat isn't easy. Hitting the ball well is
What does it mean to be the face of Major League Baseball? For starters, you have to play baseball and possess a face. Seriously, though, it's an intriguing question with many possible answers. Let's it
From Mike Trout to Miguel Cabrera to Clayton Kershaw and many more, Major League Baseball isn't hurting for established stars. And the ranks are swelling every year. Which poses the question: Who's next?