The Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday introducing its No. 1 overall draft pick who recently signed his contract. On the heels of another dramatic, come-from-behind win Tuesday night, the Orioles showcased Jackson Holliday at Camden Yards. The 18-year-old is fresh off signing a contract with an $8.19 million signing bonus. He and his family joined Orioles brass at Camden Yards to celebrate and discuss his arrival into the organization.
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Former major leaguer Fernando Tatis Sr. says that Padres shortstop Tatis Jr.'s 80-game PED suspension was too severe for something so "minor."
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With injuries in the infield, the Mets are bringing up top prospect Brett Baty to join the team in their crucial series against the Braves.
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MLB has set the locations for two of its next four All-Star Games, putting Seattle and Philadelphia in line to host the Midsummer Classic.
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Brennan is reportedly retiring from football after being informed he will not win the starting job for the Tigers.
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With their rivalry now behind them, Alex Rodriguez hilariously recalled a story about former teammate Derek Jeter in their early days as pals.
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"They took a great, a great person who wanted to help the community and wanted to better us as people," friend and fellow coach Heith Mayes said.
A young fan enjoying a glizzy at the Tigers-White Sox game in Chicago had an unfortunate turn of events.
Fernando Tatis Jr.’s $340 million contract is shared with a firm that invested in him when he was a teenager
When Fernando Tatis Jr. signed a massive 14-year, $340 million contract in 2021 with the San Diego Padres, it was the third biggest contract in baseball history. When Tatis, now 23, was a teenager playing single-A minor-league baseball, he signed a contract with Big League Advance, a firm that invests in young athletes. According to Big League Advance, the firm splashed out $26 million among 77 minor-league baseball players in 2017, including Tatis.
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The deadline moves worked and Albert Pujols is mashing. See where the Cardinals and all 30 teams stand in Drew Silva's weekly MLB Power Rankings. (Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports)
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Jon Daniels says all the right things, but the state of this team after firing the manager is his doing.
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Chris Woodward went 211-287 as the Rangers' manager.
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Dodgers starting pitcher Walker Buehler, out since June, will undergo season-ending elbow surgery next week, the team announced.
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This is kind of how a front office draws it up when it adds talent at the trade deadline. Three of the Phillies' recent additions delivered nicely in a win over the Reds. By Jim Salisbury
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According to a report, Day will be a part of the first five roster moves that should also include two centers going on injured reserve:
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William Contreras and Eddie Rosario hit back-to-back homers off Carlos Carrasco in the second inning, Ronald Acuña Jr. doubled three times and drove in three runs, and the Atlanta Braves routed the New York Mets 13-1 Monday night for their seventh straight win. The second-place Braves moved within 4 1/2 games of New York for the NL East lead and put a brief halt to a hot streak in which the Mets had won 17 out of 20.
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Albert Pujols continues his push as one of MLBs all-time greats. Lets see where his two-homer performance from Sunday puts him on the all-time list.
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Things got ugly on the practice field between the Patriots and Panthers.
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The Oakland Athletics released veteran outfielder Stephen Piscotty on Tuesday and cleared way for top prospect Shea Langeliers to gain key experience down the stretch for the last-place team in the AL West. Langeliers, a 24-year-old catcher and left fielder selected ninth overall in the 2019 draft out of Baylor, hit .283 with 19 homers and 56 RBIs in 92 games for Triple-A Las Vegas after being acquired from Atlanta in the March trade that sent Matt Olson to the Braves. Langeliers was expected to make his major league debut as designated hitter for the A's at Texas on Tuesday night.
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Garrett pitched a scoreless inning and stranded a pair of inherited runners on Monday night.
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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that it's 'more and more unlikely' Alvin Kamara will be suspended in 2022, with his latest court date delayed until after the season starts: