New Jersey Youngsters Win First Game At Little League World SeriesTheir skill has taken them to Williamsport, Pennsylvania, where they beat Salem, Oregon 6-2 in their LLWS opener.
Best Sports Moments In July 4th HistoryHere are a few of our favorites from Fourth of July's past.
Snapshot NYC: Deaf Umpire Calls 'Em Like He Sees 'Em On The FieldJon Breuer's career as a high school umpire in New Jersey is demanding: He's called hundreds of games, but hasn't heard a single one.
Ballpark Favorites You Can Have At HomeBaseball is back, and you don’t have to go to Yankee Stadium or Citi Field to enjoy your favorite ballpark foods.
Avoiding Tommy John: New Injury Prevention Program Hopes To Keep Little Leaguers Away From SurgeryWith the pressure to compete increasing, so too are the number of arm injuries in young baseball players.
Mets Teammates, Fans Saddened By News Tom Seaver Has Been Diagnosed With DementiaThe news from his family comes as the Mets are preparing to mark the 50th anniversary of their 1969 World Series victory.
Lawmakers Push To Make Baseball Official Sport Of New YorkBackers of the bill want to acknowledge the sports' origination in Cooperstown.
Connecticut Baseball Team Gets Rid Of Peanuts & Cracker Jack Over Allergy ConcernsThey're going to have to come up with a new song for the old ballgame in Connecticut.
'Pitching Nun' Shows Off 'Nunbelievable' Dance MovesCBS Chicago caught up with the nun as she returned back to Marian Catholic High School to find out more about her love of baseball.
Girl In League Of Her Own Strives To Become Pro Baseball PlayerAlexia Jorge is the first female athlete on Lyndhurst High School's varsity baseball team, and one of the best -- catching and pitching.
The Baseball Report: Pujols Gets 3,000th Hit, Kimbrel Fastest To 300 SavesA pair of players hit MLB career milestones over the course of the weekend.