Free-agent outfielder Yasiel Puig is signing with the Atlanta Braves, a source told ESPN, confirming a report by MLB.com.
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The All-Star Game would have been Tuesday in Los Angeles, so we made our selections based on what we expect in the shortened season.
As Major League Baseball attempts to start a 60-game season during the COVID-19 pandemic, here are the players who have said they will not be participating.
The Atlanta Braves said they will not change their name but are considering whether the tomahawk chop is appropriate.
Frank Bolling, a two-time All-Star second baseman and the last player to hit a grand slam off Sandy Koufax, has died. He was 88.
Who's a traditionalist? Who can't wait to have an extra bat in the lineup? Here's what every NL skipper had to say about MLB's biggest 2020 rule change.
MLB.com’s Anthony Castrovince joins Buster to discuss the Cleveland name change, the history of the name “Indians” for the team, why he favors the Spiders for the new name, the inspiration for his book “A Fan’s Guide to Baseball Analytics” and what he thinks happens with Francisco Lindor this season (5:33). Plus, Todd Radom stops by to talk about the work involved with a team changing its name and creating a new logo (21:46).
The dates for baseball's 60-game sprint of a season are officially set. Here's what we can't wait to see once the games begin.
BBTN: Dave Schoenfield on Cleveland changing its name and players expressing skepticism about playing; Sarah Langs on the David Price opting out
David Schoenfield joins Buster to discuss Cleveland’s decision to review its name, possible names to replace the Indians, Freddie Freeman getting sick, Mike Trout, Sean Doolittle and Buster Posey’s skepticism about playing, and what the tipping point could be to shut the season down (7:16). Later, Sarah Langs drops by to talk about her aversion to spiders and what losing David Price means to the Dodgers (26:02).
Nick Markakis has opted out of this season after the Braves veteran outfielder had an "eye-opening" talk with teammate Freddie Freeman, who tested positive for COVID-19.
Felix Hernandez, who was trying to make the Braves before spring training was halted by the coronavirus pandemic, won't pitch this season because of concerns about the virus, his agent announced on Twitter on Saturday night.
Without saying if the team would consider changing its name, the Atlanta Braves issued a statement Saturday saying it "honors, supports, and values the Native American community. That will never change."
Freddie Freeman, a four-time All-Star who batted .295 last season and set career highs with 38 homers and 121 RBIs, is one of four Braves players to test positive for the coronavirus. The others are Will Smith, Touki Toussaint and Pete Kozma.
Veteran pitcher Cole Hamels said the delay caused by the pandemic has actually helped him in that his left shoulder feels strong entering a shortened season.
Joon Lee joins Eric to talk optimism about the shortened season, Ivy League culture, the movie Sugar and your best 2020 questions.
Spring training 2.0 ... or summer camp? No matter what you call it, baseball's road back to the field starts today. Here's what you need to get up to speed.
Some of the game's biggest prospects, such as Wander Franco and Jo Adell, will be in MLB camps this week. Here's who to watch on every team.
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