Cubs' Anthony Rizzo Finishes 4th In NL MVP VotingRizzo hit .278 with 31 homers, 101 RBIs and 94 runs in 2015.
Now Is The Time To Trade Overachievers For Underachievers In Fantasy BaseballMost teams have played around 81 games by now, so the baseball season is half over. It's a good time to assess which players on your team are likely to decline—and thus give you a chance to trade them to a desperate owner that doesn't know any better. Likewise, you can scour league rosters for those players who have underachieved and smile all the way to October when they have superb second halves.
This Week In Baseball: Quarter Season Awards; Pace Of Play UpdateA little over a quarter of the season has been played, which means it’s time to hand out some early season awards.
This Week In Baseball: Umpires Have A Job To Do Too“I don't think 40,000 people came to see him ump tonight.”
Levine: Kris Bryant, Bryce Harper Share Mutual AdmirationBryant and Harper grew up playing together in Las Vegas and are now expected to be two of the biggest stars in the game.
Watch: Patrick Kane Part Of New Gatorade CommercialKane is getting some national pub.
Watch: This Is Why You Shouldn't Try To Break A Baseball Bat In FrustrationDon't try this at home, kids.
Ruggiano Homers, Cubs Cool Off Nationals 7-2Justin Ruggiano homered for the second straight game for the Chicago Cubs, who used another solid outing from Jason Hammel to beat the Washington Nationals 7-2 on Friday.
Shepkowski: Nationals' Roark Living Out His DreamA Wilmington native, Tanner Roark took the long road to the majors.
Fantasy Baseball Preview: OutfieldCBS Local Sports breaks down the top players in the outfield for your fantasy baseball draft.
Wisch: Three Ways To Fix The All-Star Home Run DerbyMuch like the NBA’s Slam Dunk Contest, we’ve already seen the best that the MLB Home Run Derby has to offer. The event is both tired and, at three hours long, tiring. As a result, it's in desperate need of some juice.
MLB Players Spooked By Ghosts At Milwaukee HotelIt's easy to imagine that Major League Baseball players who spending nearly six months traveling from hotel to hotel will see some strange things along the way.