The Rays silenced the Houston Astros 4-2 in Game 7 of the ALCS to reach the World Series for just the second time.
The coronavirus-delayed baseball season has a new rule that will take some getting used to.
The Boston Red Sox icon slams the pitcher who revealed baseball's biggest scandal in years.
Even LeBron James is urging baseball to "fix this for the sake of Sports."
The team's apology for cheating in the 2017 World Series reminded people of a scene from the beloved sitcom.
On Thursday, Twitter blew up with a conspiracy theory that the Houston Astros second baseman wore an electronic device during games to tip himself off to incoming pitches.
The MLB said Cora was an "active participant" in the Houston Astros' sign-stealing scheme.
Major League Baseball handed down suspensions, forfeited draft picks and a multimillion-dollar fine to the Houston team.
Boston is accused of using video signals to decode opposing catchers' signs in violation of MLB rules.
A former Houston Astros pitcher told sports publication The Athletic that the team cheated during the 2017 playoffs.