Eric and Tristan dive deep into the first ESPN Mock Draft for the shortened season: Trout falls, an early pitcher run and the price of speed.
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Felix Hernandez, who was trying to make the Braves before spring training was halted by the coronavirus pandemic, won't pitch this season because of concerns about the virus, his agent announced on Twitter on Saturday night.
The Seattle Mariners kicked off summer camp trying to figure out how to get pitchers ready in just three weeks.
Spring training 2.0 ... or summer camp? No matter what you call it, baseball's road back to the field starts today. Here's what you need to get up to speed.
Some of the game's biggest prospects, such as Wander Franco and Jo Adell, will be in MLB camps this week. Here's who to watch on every team.
The Seattle Mariners signed three of their draft picks Thursday, including first-round selection Emerson Hancock.
Marly Rivera and USA Today's Bob Nightengale join Buster to talk about the fantasy of baseball getting started smoothly and the reality of playing during a pandemic. Rivera talks about why youth may prevail in a short season and shares players' concerns about spikes in coronavirus across the country (3:04). Nightengale says he thinks every game will be treated like the postseason when it comes to pitching decisions and shares his advice for the next time the players and owners get into the negotiating room (16:02).
No one knows what will transpire in this year's unique format, but that didn't keep us from making our picks for MVP, the team to beat and more.
Members of the Tigers, Mariners and Red Sox organizations have tested positive for COVID-19, team executives said. No names were released.
Mookie Betts wearing Dodger blue, Gerrit Cole in pinstripes. A wild sprint from start to finish. Here's what we're most excited to see when the 2020 season finally begins.
Baseball is about to embark on its shortest season ever, so we look at just how weird 2020's stats could be.
From Vlad Guerrero Jr. to Fernando Tatis Jr. and Cody Bellinger, we take a look at who will live up to (or improve upon) the family name.
Think your team's new prospects are years away from making an impact? Think again. Here's who could make an impact this season -- or soon after.
From Spencer Torkelson to the Tigers at No. 1 to Shay Whitcomb to the Astros at No. 160, we recap an MLB draft like no other.
From the top prospects and intriguing players to watch to rule changes and emerging strategies, we've got you covered.
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