Diamondbacks center fielder Starling Marte announced Monday on social media that his wife, Noelia, has died of a heart attack.
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Eric and Tristan add to the elite tier of middle infielders before talking the myth of position scarcity and tricky trivia!
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday that professional sports, including MLB, the NBA, the NHL and the NFL, can resume in the state without fans Saturday.
Terry Francona talks to Buster about his days as manager of the Birmingham Barons with Michael Jordan on the squad. Francona dishes stories on the first time he met Jordan, the first time he saw his swing, what Jordan's goals were playing baseball, the famous team bus and setting a screen for Jordan while playing pickup basketball (13:58). Plus, Todd Radom on Chase Field and the weekly quiz (4:01).
We break down the groundbreaking performances of the 2000s, featuring stars from Big Papi and Joey Bats to JV, Kershaw and the Freak.
Scandals, scapegoats, superstars and, yes, the Yankees. Sam Miller judges every October since 1903.
Is the Astros' title tarnished? Is Jeter overrated? We settle the biggest debate for all 30 MLB teams
From which franchise icon was better to playing what-if in crucial moments gone wrong, we get the final word on your favorite club's ultimate argument.
From a pitcher with a nine-RBI game to an infielder you've never heard of going 7-for-7, these are the marks from every team that you'll have to see to believe.
Randy Johnson joins Buster to talk about why batters were fearful of facing him, accidentally throwing at John Kruk's head in the '93 All-Star, how people always ask him about hitting a bird with a pitch and his legendary performance in the '01 World Series (3:07). Later, Todd Radom joins the pod to talk about Pepco Park and deliver the weekly quiz (49:09).
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday his state is willing to host all 30 major league teams "at the time that it would be appropriate for public health."
Long-time MLB manager Buck Showalter joins Buster to look back on when he called up Deion Sanders, thinking the dugout would collapse after Don Mattingly's home run in the '95 ALDS, seeing Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera for the first time, and the Alex Rodriguez-trade saga in Texas (13:23). Plus, Joon Lee hops on to talk about baseball players keeping in touch through video games (2:58).
Eric and Tristan talk about regression candidates, simulation stars, a Marte Party in Arizona and a move to points leagues.
Bryce Harper, Ken Griffey Jr. and Bo Jackson lived up to their billing. Todd Van Poppel and Gregg Jefferies? Not so much.
Players and managers are intrigued by Major League Baseball's Arizona option: putting all 30 teams in the Phoenix area and playing in empty ballparks.
Major League Baseball and its players are increasingly focused on a plan that could allow them to start the season as early as May in greater Phoenix and has the support of high-ranking federal public health officials, sources told ESPN.