'You're the guy with the ball to the crotch': The inside story behind the funniest baseball card ever made
Thirty years ago, Keith Comstock turned a routine minor league baseball card shoot into an unforgettable baseball-to-the-groin image. This is how the legendary card came to be, in the former pitcher's own words.
His bat handle says what?! 10 of the most hilarious and unforgettable cards
The infamous Billy Ripken error. A very serious cell phone call. A giant sombrero ... and more. We put together a 10-pack of cards sure to make you smile.
His place in Dodgers history already secure, Clayton Kershaw eclipses Sandy Koufax
With his 166th career win, Kershaw moved into the top five in Dodgers history by passing another all-time great left-hander.
Judge demolishes 467-foot HR to left
Are the Mets already in playoff mode? You better believe it
The Mets' first miracle was rallying to reclaim contender status, and the next two weeks could determine if October baseball is in their future.
Little Leaguers love Javy Baez, Stranger Things and ... sushi?
Yankees or Cubs? Fortnite or MLB The Show? Which "Stranger Things" character would make the best baseball player? Little League World Series players take a swing at the tough questions.
The plucky underdog story of the season? The Yankees, of course!
A bunch of second-stringers, some pretty good, some just OK, some barely hanging on in the sport, got their chance to save the most first-string franchise in baseball -- and they did it. Here's how they defied the odds.
Keep up to date on who is pitching -- and how well they're expected to do -- with our forecaster, which provides a rolling 10-day outlook of every team's probable starting pitchers with game score projections.
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With balls flying out of stadiums at a record pace, we look at each franchise's all-time greatest long ball moments, from David Ortiz and Ken Griffey Jr. to B.J. Upton and Mike Hampton.
There's a big shuffle up top as we spotlight each team's key player heading toward the stretch run.