From telling team numbers to surprising player stats, we find what you might have missed about your favorite squad.
Star shortstop Carlos Correa, still without a team amid MLB's lockout, has hired agent Scott Boras.
With moves left to be made once the lockout ends, Buster Olney rates baseball's best teams as 2022 begins.
MLB's first labor proposal since locking out players Dec. 2 did little to encourage players and heightened the likelihood of spring training being postponed, sources told ESPN on Thursday.
It's been quite an offseason already in the AL West -- with more surprises to come. We break down the division.
We look back at 10 years of big-money additions to see how many worked out and how many hamstrung their franchises for years.
Carlos Correa is the No. 1 player in our free-agent rankings and a once-in-a-generation talent. Here's why you shouldn't want your favorite team to break the bank to sign him.
This year's historic crop of free-agent shortstops is down to a pair. Is either likely to land on your favorite team?
Major League Baseball payrolls are down 4.6% from their record high of just under $4.25 billion in 2017, with last season's $4.05 billion spent on big league players not having been this low since $3.9 billion in 2015.
With no winter meetings to attend or free agents to sign, what are teams doing instead? Buster Olney breaks it down.
With the hot stove on hold, we take a look at whose 2022 pennant hopes have risen -- and fallen -- the most so far this winter.
Justin Verlander's two-year, $50 million agreement with the Houston Astros has been given formal approval by Major League Baseball, industry sources told ESPN Monday, even at a time when the owners have locked out the players in the ongoing labor battle.
The Astros signed right-hander Hector Neris to a $17 million, two-year contract Tuesday with an option for 2024.
The Houston Astros have agreed to a two-year, $17 million deal with right-handed reliever Hector Neris, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Here's what every MLB team should do this winter -- and they would if we were running things.
Bill Virdon, the 1955 National League Rookie of the Year who later won Manager of the Year awards in both leagues, has died at the age of 90.
Doug Jones, a five-time All-Star reliever who had 303 saves in his career, has died at age 64.
Ohtani, Harper, Burnes, Ray -- did the voters get it right? Picks, results and analysis from MLB awards week
From Jonathan India's rookie title to Shohei Ohtani's unanimous MVP win -- and everything in between -- we broke down every award handed out during baseball's 2021 ceremonies.
The two-time Cy Young Award winner will be 39 on Opening Day and has only pitched one game in two seasons. Will Houston's gamble pay off?
Two-time Cy Young Award winner Justin Verlander is staying with the Astros after agreeing to a one-year, $25 million contract with a player option for a second season, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Julio Lugo, who played for seven teams in a 12-year major league career, has died. He was 45.
Scherzer to St. Louis? Stroman to Mets AND Yankees? Where MLB's top 25 free agents would land if money didn't matter
We imagine a world in which free agents picked a team not for the paycheck, but for their own happiness -- and for the good of the game.
Houston Astros center fielder Jake Meyers had surgery Wednesday to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder, an injury that could delay his 2022 season.
Free-agent ace Justin Verlander looked healthy and sharp at a showcase for scouts Monday, according to his former general manager with the Houston Astros.
Remember what we said about your team going into the season? It's time to see what worked out, what didn't -- and what it means for 2022.