Sometimes a team’s best players don’t make the All-Star team. Here are the American League’s mid-season team MVPs.
“I probably would have never made it through college without baseball, so I’m thankful for that. I really am proud that I got to play on that level.”
Detroit is doubling down on Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera. The team has agreed to pay him a baseball-record $292 million over the next decade, according to the AP.
Eric Campbell had a double, homer and two runs scored in the Mets’ 5-4 win over the Detroit Tigers on Tuesday.
Hiroki Kuroda gave up six runs and 10 hits over 3 2-3 innings Wednesday as the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers played to a 7-7 tie in 10 innings.
Drew Smyly, a strong setup man in the Tigers’ bullpen, moves back into the starting rotation.
Top prospect Noah Syndergaard allowed three earned runs and walked three in three innings for the Mets.
Yankees fifth starter candidate Michael Pineda struck out four and gave up one hit over two shutout innings in his first spring training start, New York’s 3-2 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night.
Joba was like a firefly in Central Park, carelessly drifting through the woods, free and aflame just long enough to charm an entire city, and just short enough to leave us forever frustrated.
The Yankees were hesitant to give Infante more than three years, and the Royals decided to give the versatile infielder an extra year to help consummate the deal.
He drove Yankees fans crazy for years. Now he’ll try his luck in Detroit.
Detroit Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski reportedly has no interest in pursuing free agent second baseman Robinson Cano.
Less than two years after boldly signing Prince Fielder to a $214 million contract, the Detroit Tigers traded the slugging first baseman to Texas in another blockbuster move.
Wil Myers received 23 of 30 first-place votes, beating out Detroit shortstop Jose Iglesias and Rays teammate Chris Archer.
Robinson Cano, Jacoby Ellsbury, Shin-Soo Choo and Brian McCann are among the players seeking to cash in from a free-agent class lacking any ace starting pitchers.