Opening Night was thwarted by the Cubs’ rival and was a reminder to stay patient.
Tonight we begin the transition from March Madness to baseball as the MLB season prepares to kick off when the St. Louis Cardinals visit the Chicago Cubs.
It’s been a crazy couple of years for Andrew Heaney, who has risen through the Minor League ranks, been traded twice in a matter of hours this offseason and has struggled to find effectiveness at the big league level. But at 23 years old, the Angels’ new top prospect still has plenty of time to break into the rotation this season.
Opening Day is just two days away.
These five youngsters will impress in 2015.
Now, at 21 years old with almost a full season under his belt, Odor is ready to prove that it is he who is actually the Rangers’ second baseman of the future.
Mike Fiers has always been a late bloomer.
With Andrew McCutchen in center field and Starling Marte in left, the Pirates are one piece away from having one of the best young outfields in baseball.
Iglesias has big-time potential.
Carlos Martinez will be expected to step up for the Cardinals.
Before the baseball season gets underway next weekend, here are 10 bold predictions about the upcoming season.
For a player with parts of three big league seasons on his resume, it’s still relatively unknown what kind of big league player Garcia will be.
No matter which Chicago baseball team you root for, check out these bars on opening day.
Very few 21-year-old athletes have been on more of a rollercoaster in the past year than Royals pitcher Brandon Finnegan. He became the first player to pitch in the College World Series and MLB World Series in the same year.
ose Iglesias had a breakout year in 2013, but it’s been a tough road for the promising young shortstop.
The timing was right to give the 23-year-old Christian Bethancourt the chance in 2015.
Normally, a player entering his sixth full season in the bigs has too much experience for a list like this, but digging deeper, Drew Storen fits here.
The Phillies can feel confident that when the time comes, Ken Giles is waiting in the wings as closer.
Sometimes it’s best not to mess with a good thing, and Aaron Sanchez in the back end of the Blue Jays’ bullpen near the end of the 2014 season was a very good thing.
With a rotation spot likely, Eovaldi will have every chance to become a stud in New York.