The losing streak is mercifully over for the National League. After nine consecutive All-Star Game defeats to the American League, the NL finally snapped the streak with a come-from-behind 3-2 win at T-Mobile Park on Tuesday night.
MLB has been holding its annual draft since 1965. Over that period, many of the No. 1 overall selections have gone on to have illustrious careers, while others have been complete busts. How many of them can you name in eight minutes?
Coming out of high school, D.J. Uiagalelei was the top-rated quarterback in the country. He could've played for any school in the country. And despite being from California, he traveled 3,000 miles away from home to sign with the Clemson Tigers, taking his spot as the heir apparent to Trevor Lawrence.
Major League Baseball has not expanded since adding the Tampa Bay Rays and Arizona Diamondbacks in the 1998 season. But on Tuesday, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred suggested that another round of expansion could be on the horizon.
Unlike the NFL, the names you hear called at the MLB Draft will not reach the sport's highest level for a few years. But like any sport, the draft is the best way for an organization to set itself up for sustained success.
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is always to be a star-studded event. The opportunity to see the sport's brightest stars on the field together is always exciting, with so many talented young players emerging as household names.
Teams use the MLB Draft to bring an influx of new talent into their organizations each year. While the most die-hard of fans are familiar with many of the names, especially those on Days 1 and 2 of the draft, even the most casual of fans will often find themselves thinking a name sounds familiar.
There are countless memorable plays, pitches, and at-bats in baseball postseason history. However, there are a select few legends who made it a habit of creating these moments when the stakes are at their highest.
The perfect game is one of the greatest and rarest accomplishments in Major League Baseball, having only occurred 24 times in history. Here's a look at all 24 pitchers who finished their starts with 27 up and 27 down.