With Derek Jeter and Larry Walker making up the 2020 Hall of Fame class, Buster and Tim Kurkjian discuss Jeter's legacy, Walker's emotional reaction, the need for transparency from the voters, if Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens will ever make the cut, Nolan Arenado's standing with the Rockies and more (8:05). Plus, a laundry list of Bleacher Tweets on the HOF elections and the sign-stealing scandal (29:40).
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Shortstop Derek Jeter and outfielder Larry Walker were elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Tuesday. They will be inducted into the Hall in Cooperstown, New York, in July.
Derek Jeter is in (but not unanimously). Larry Walker makes it in his last year. Here's who should be celebrating -- or not -- after Tuesday's HOF reveal.
With a cheating scandal rocking the sport, his Hall of Fame election is a time to remember that his playing career still means so much.
Derek Jeter looks like a lock to reach Cooperstown in his first year, but could Larry Walker be Hall-bound in his last year on the ballot?
Left-hander Stephen Tarpley was traded from the New York Yankees to the Miami Marlins on Wednesday for third baseman James Nelson and cash.
CC Sabathia said the Yankees, who lost to the Astros in seven games in the 2017 ALCS, were potentially cheated out of a title.
Check out updates for teams in Florida and Arizona for spring training, including the defending champion Nationals.
After setting a major league record last season by having 30 players placed on the injured list, the Yankees have overhauled their training staff and have hired Eric Cressey as director of player health and performance.
The Yankees avoided arbitration by agreeing to an $8.5 million deal with Aaron Judge and a $12.5 million deal with James Paxton, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan
Friday was the deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to agree on salaries or exchange desired numbers for 2020. Recapping a hectic day of contract decisions.
From superstars to fading prospects, here's who could be on the move this year.
Larry David joins the guys in-studio with stories about his draft advice to past Jets GM's, George Steinbrenner's appearance on Seinfeld and much much more.
A big name in a new uniform and an Astros ruling could come soon. What else will define the year ahead in baseball?
Yankees pitcher Domingo German, who went 18-4 with a 4.03 ERA last season, will be suspended for an additional 63 games after serving an 18-game ban last season for violating MLB's domestic violence policy.
Don Larsen, who pitched the only perfect game in World Series history while with the New York Yankees, died Wednesday at the age of 90.
The Mets and reliever Dellin Betances have reached a one-year deal, which is worth $10.5 million with potential for Betances to earn $13 million, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.