The Mets outfielder went from Lamborghini to horseback.
The team questions the wisdom of early morning practices when most regular season games start at night.
Welcome to the 2015 season -- a faint glimmer of hope arrives on warmer winds for long-suffering Mets fans. After a frozen offseason, the Mets are set to open against the Washington Nationals this Sunday on ESPN. But there's something different in the air around CitiField.
The pitchers may be ahead of the hitters, as the adage goes, but Richard Albero, a 65-year-old native of New Jersey, is ahead of all of the players, as he treks on foot from Tampa's George M. Steinbrenner Field to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.
Armored in athletic gear and mitts galore, the Pittsburgh Pirates began teaching us ladies the precision of pitching and the biomechanics of batting during the 5th Annual "Baseball Basics for Women" event in Bradenton, Florida.
Umpire Had To Be Carted Off The Field After Getting Nailed In The Groin By Brandon Phillips' Line Drive (VIDEO)
An umpire was standing in the wrong place at the wrong time on Monday when a scorching line drive hit by Reds star Brandon
"He took out a lot of the thorns, but there some more in there" Brewers manager Ron Roenicke told The Associated Press. "I
It turns out that if Detroit Tigers star Torii Hunter gets dared to kiss an alligator, he'll actually do it. "My homey @justinverlander
With MLB Opening Day less than a month away, it's every baseball fans favorite time of year. The time when every single team in the game still has a shot at being the best. As a woman who's loved the sport my entire life, I've noticed some differences between the sexes when it comes to the game.
OK, Vin Scully, we get it. You are the mellifluous master of baseball announcing and no moment is too mundane to be made
Today was Opening Day in spring training in Sarasota, Florida. The Baltimore Orioles hosted the Toronto Blue Jays in a game that didn't count, an upbeat, cheerful -- even joyous -- occasion. Neither club has lost a game that counts in the standings. Everyone was in a good mood.
Baltimore Orioles prospect Josh Hart apparently didn't know who Hall of Famer Frank Robinson was when he visited the team