The baseball icon’s modest Oklahoma home is getting the fractional ownership treatment.
Fourth of July baseball games have been popular since the Civil War era. Here’s how the tradition started.
On Pluto, you might be able to toss it over the equivalent of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Here’s what Penny Marshall's ‘A League of Their Own’ got right (and wrong) about the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.
The iconic baseball player and civil rights leader will see his life story told in a New York City museum.
The Minnesota Vikings once drafted Dave Winfield … who hadn’t played football since childhood.
The first Murderers’ Row wasn’t the 1927 New York Yankees. It was a literal row of murderers.
How’s your hose? If the question is confusing—or sounds like someone is trying to sell you gardening equipment—you might not be up on your baseball slang. “Ever
With a career .342 batting average, 714 home runs, and outsized personality, Babe Ruth became a symbol of bold, decisive victory and bombastic braggadocio.
Watching the Chicago Cubs play at Wrigley Field will cost you way more than a trip to see the Arizona Diamondbacks.
MLB umpires know they’re your favorite scapegoats—but they might not actually see what you’re saying about them.
Is your hot dog buckling under the weight of all those hot dog toppings? French’s mustard bun is for you.
The longtime fashion tradition has its roots in the 1800s, when players wanted to show off their sexy calves for the ladies.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. And when (your jerseys are stolen) in Milwaukee, wear what Milwaukee wears.
Major League players often warm up with a special ring on their bats. What is it, who invented it, and is it going to help your team win?
You won't see any synthetic bats in Major League Baseball. The technology would change the game, and not necessarily for the better.
If you had the foresight to grab a 2003 Dwyane Wade rookie card in 2018 for $2918, you're in luck. Thanks to the exploding sports card market, it's now going for $115,000.
Southpaws are most often talked about in baseball and boxing. But which sport (if either) coined the term?
Le Creuset and Major League Baseball™ have teamed up for the ultimate collaboration between team fandom and essential cookware.
The mule’s name, Mettle, represented spirit, ardor, and stamina. “The way they play, they need all those things,” one Mets fan said.
From a musclebound mollusk with a Cheshire grin to a furry mystery with lore worthy of Tolkien, here are eight of the most unique Minor League baseball mascots.
Ozzie Canseco, the identical twin brother of baseball legend Jose Canseco, had all of the tools—but not nearly enough of the practice.