Minnesota Twins third baseman Miguel Sano, New York Yankees infielder DJ LeMahieu and Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez are among a host of MLB players who have tested positive for the coronavirus, it was revealed Saturday.
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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.
The Twins aren't allowing coaches Bob McClure and Bill Evers to work games this season due to concerns related to the coronavirus, a source confirmed to ESPN.
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.
Cincinnati Reds pitcher Vladimir Gutierrez was one of four minor leaguers suspended Sunday for violating the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
Authorities in the Dominican Republic said they are opening an investigation into allegations Twins slugger Miguel Sano participated in the kidnapping and assault of a man, but the Twins said they were told Sano was cleared of the accusations.
Derek Falvey, the Twins president of baseball operations, said Thursday that "a few" players in the organization have tested positive for COVID-19. He said each player is "doing well" and didn't say whether they are major or minor league players.
No one knows what will transpire in this year's unique format, but that didn't keep us from making our picks for MVP, the team to beat and more.
Aaron Sabato, who was taken with the 27th pick of the MLB draft earlier this month, signed with the Twins for a deal that included a $2.75 million bonus.
Mookie Betts wearing Dodger blue, Gerrit Cole in pinstripes. A wild sprint from start to finish. Here's what we're most excited to see when the 2020 season finally begins.
Baseball is about to embark on its shortest season ever, so we look at just how weird 2020's stats could be.
Buster goes full distraction by asking Sarah Langs (6:12) and Karl Ravech (15:54) about the Hall of Fame candidacies of Yadier Molina, Justin Verlander, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. Plus, Ravy gives his thoughts on the latest financial and health negotiations between players and owners.
Dave Schoenfield stops by to discuss his recent piece on the importance of age on production before father-son trivia and hash browns!
Big things were in store for Gary Sanchez, Javier Baez and other young stars, but instead they're losing time at the top of their games.
The Twins took down a statue of former owner Calvin Griffith because of racist remarks he made in 1978.
First he delivered a firetruck. Then an ambulance and medical care and baseball gear and supplies. Nelson Cruz, winner of the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award at The ESPYS, has made giving a way of life.
Think your team's new prospects are years away from making an impact? Think again. Here's who could make an impact this season -- or soon after.
The Minnesota Twins announced Wednesday they are committing $25 million to racial justice efforts after the killing of George Floyd, and the Vikings announced a $5 million donation to national social justice causes.
Committed "to using our platform to amplify the many voices who are calling out injustice," the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday issued a statement confirming Torii Hunter's experiences with racism at Fenway Park as "real."
From Spencer Torkelson to the Tigers at No. 1 to Shay Whitcomb to the Astros at No. 160, we recap an MLB draft like no other.