Cubs star Kris Bryant stoked one of baseball’s longest-running rivalries on Friday with comments about the rival Cardinals’ home city.
Do you forsee the Cubs going with more of a set batting order this season? Do you think that plays into any slumps, hot streaks, etc.?
There’s a good amount of turnover on this year’s Top 10 Catching Prospects list compared to the 2018 version. That starts at the top, with a member of the 2018 Draft Class, Joey Bart, leading the way.
Six MLB.com writers were among those eligible to cast ballots in the 2019 Hall of Fame vote conducted by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. As many as four candidates — and possibly more — could be elected, according to the public ballots …
David Bote cracked a smile and laughed, but then the Cubs infielder was rendered speechless for a dozen seconds. The question sent his way during MLB’s Rookie Career Development Program earlier this month was simple enough: Do you get tired ever of wat…
The Hot Stove is one way for teams to improve, but sometimes the answers can be found right within their own rosters. Here are the prospects and returning stars that MLB.com is looking forward to seeing most in 2019.
The Cubs avoided arbitration with 2018 NL MVP runner-up Javier Baez, 2016 NL MVP Kris Bryant and five other players on Friday. All together, Chicago sidestepped any arbitration hearings by getting all seven of its eligible players to sign for 2019.
Jaime Garcia is calling it a career. The 32-year-old veteran left-hander, who pitched parts of 10 big league seasons, announced Wednesday that he plans to retire, according to MLB.com’s Jon Paul Morosi.
Believe it or not, we’re only a little more than one month away from Spring Training.
On the eve of Three Kings Day, a major holiday in Latin America marked by festivals and children eagerly awaiting presents, Javier Baez, Jose Berrios and Trevor Bauer gave kids in Puerto Rico the gift of baseball.