The Los Angeles Dodgers are set to sign Japanese pitcher Kenta Maeda, multiple U.S. media outlets reported Thursday.
Dave Henderson, the former major league outfielder who hit one of the most famous home runs in postseason history, died Sunday after suffering a massive heart attack. He was 57.
Johnny Cueto's elbow checked out just fine. The dreadlocks, too. "We did not MRI his hair," cracked Giants general manager Bobby Evans.
The Seattle Mariners didn't wait long to go after Japanese pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma after his agreement with the Los Angeles Dodgers was never finalized.
Some of Major League Baseball's biggest Cuban-born stars put dozens of boys through batting, pitching and catching drills in a sunny Havana ballpark, part of a three-day mission meant to warm relations between the U.S. league and this baseball-mad nation.
A lineup of Cuban-born baseball stars, including some of the most famous defectors in recent memory, made a triumphant return to the island Tuesday as part of the first Major League Baseball trip here since 1999.
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Tommy Hanson died last month at age 29 from an overdose of cocaine and alcohol, according to autopsy results released on Friday.
A star South Korean pitcher looking to sign a U.S. major league baseball contract has been dragged into a widening probe into illegal gambling overseas, his lawyer said Tuesday.
Taiwanese pitcher Chien-Ming Wang (王建民) said Tuesday that he hopes to continue his professional career in the United States next year after ending the 2015 season in Triple-A with the Seattle Mariners.
As the San Francisco Giants try to recapture the form that won three of the past six World Series titles, they seek the same from pitcher Jeff Samardzija.