The Baseball Hall of Fame announcement was a popular talking point for multiple reasons, including David Ortiz's election and Barry Bond's rejection.
Who is headed to Cooperstown? Who got close? Who got left out? We break down the HOF voting results.
The Hall has one job: to tell the story of the sport. And nobody is a bigger part of that story than Barry Lamar Bonds.
What to know about 2022 Baseball Hall of Fame vote: Is Ortiz getting in? Will Bonds, Clemens fall short?
Cooperstown's newest inductees will be revealed Tuesday. Here's who is most likely to make it and the big stars who won't.
From telling team numbers to surprising player stats, we find what you might have missed about your favorite squad.
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.
From current stars to overlooked players of the past, we put together a lineup of those who haven't made it to Cooperstown yet -- and examine when (or if) they'll get there.
We look back at 10 years of big-money additions to see how many worked out and how many hamstrung their franchises for years.
This year's historic crop of free-agent shortstops is down to a pair. Is either likely to land on your favorite team?
Bryant can cover five positions and will among the most coveted players available once the MLB lockout ends. Here's where he's likely to end up.
Baseball's at a standstill for now, but there's plenty more action to come once the new CBA is signed. Kiley McDaniel breaks down what he's hearing from MLB execs and agents.
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.
The Giants lost a franchise icon. The Dodgers are missing some familiar faces. The Padres imploded and hired a new manager. And what about the futures of the Rockies and D-backs?
Right-hander John Brebbia, left-hander Jarlin García and outfielder Austin Slater reached agreements on one-year deals with the Giants to avoid arbitration on Tuesday, and San Francisco later finalized a two-year deal with right-hander Alex Cobb.
Alex Cobb would give the reigning NL West champion Giants a key veteran near the front of the rotation after the departure of All-Star righty Kevin Gausman to the Blue Jays on a $110 million, five-year contract.
Starting pitcher Kevin Gausman, a key component to the San Francisco Giants' rotation last season, agreed to a five-year, $110 million deal Sunday with the Toronto Blue Jays, sources told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Here's what every MLB team should do this winter -- and they would if we were running things.
Buster Posey had one of his best seasons since 2015, while Trey Mancini came back after being diagnosed with colon cancer.
Right-hander Anthony DeSclafani will return to the Giants next season after agreeing to a three-year, $36 million contract, the team announced on Monday.
David Ortiz, Ryan Howard, Tim Lincecum and Alex Rodriguez are among 13 first-time candidates on the Hall of Fame ballot of the BBWAA, while Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens make their 10th and final appearance.
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.
Brandon Belt accepted an $18.4 million qualifying offer from the Giants on Wednesday rather than pursue bidders as a free agent.
Gabe Kapler was named National League Manager of the Year on Tuesday after guiding the San Francisco Giants to an improbable 107-win season.