Mets Pitcher Jenrry Mejia 1st Player To Draw Lifetime Drug BanThe commissioner's office said Friday that Mejia tested positive for the anabolic steroid Boldenone, which athletes have used to increase muscle mass and once was popular for use in horse racing.
Guide To Visiting MLB Spring Training In FloridaYour travel guide to visiting any of the MLB teams in the Florida Grapefruit League for this year's spring training
Reports: Tigers Agree To 2-Year, $18.5 Million Deal With J.D. MartinezAfter approaching the arbitration deadline, the Detroit Tigers have reportedly agreed to a two-year contract with outfielder J.D. Martinez.
Miguel Cabrera Ranked 2nd Best First Baseman In MLB By CBS SportsHas Miguel Cabrera's time as the best first baseman in baseball come to an end?
Fulmer Tigers' Lone Prospect In MLB.com's Top 100Michael Fulmer, a right-handed pitcher who played for Double-A Erie last season, cracks the list at No. 53.
MLB Studying Raise Of Strike Zone's BottomMajor League Baseball is studying whether to raise the bottom of the strike zone from the hollow beneath the kneecap back to the top of the kneecap.
Kirk Gibson Praises Justin Upton After Outfielder's Arrival In DetroitGibson, who managed Upton in Arizona, is now doing some broadcasting for Fox Sports Detroit.
Cespedes, Mets Reach 3-Year, $75 Million DealSlugging outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is returning to the New York Mets. How long he stays, he'll decide.
Video Review Expands To Placing Runners On Fan InterferenceMajor League Baseball is making a slight expansion of instant replay this year, allowing video reviews to assist umpires in placing baserunners when balls go out of play.
Justin Upton: 'There's No Extra Pressure' Playing With High Expectations"The fans want to see a winner, the ownership wants to see a winner and everybody on the team wants to win," Upton said. "So I don't see why there should be added pressure if that's the common goal."
As Trial Was To Start, Settlement Reached In MLB TV DisputeNed Diver, an attorney for fans who filed the class-action lawsuit in 2012, confirmed the preliminary settlement, though he did not immediately describe the terms.
Report: Tigers 'Considering' Cespedes, But Favored Signing Chris DavisMLB Network's Jon Heyman reported Monday that the Tigers are still considering offering Cespedes a deal, even though some in the organization wanted to sign Baltimore Orioles slugger Chris Davis.