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Nelson Cruz? Yep, the Rays have checked in on him, gauging what his price would be. At 38, Cruz remains one of baseball's most productive... [Read More]
The Astros' pursuit of offense won't come at the hindrance of No. 1 prospect Kyle Tucker, club president of baseball operations and general manager Jeff... [Read More]
A cloud hovers over Harold Baines and, to some extent, Lee Smith because their Hall of Fame selections have been criticized by many fans and... [Read More]
By Dave Sheinin Washington Post LAS VEGAS -- Harold Baines was a fine baseball player who played for a... [Read More]
Harold Baines and Lee Smith were drafted as an outfielder and a starting pitcher respectively. They'll enter the Baseball Hall of Fame as a designated... [Read More]
Harold Baines is heading to the Baseball Hall of Fame. There are 544 players in history with a higher wins above replacement than the former... [Read More]
MLB's New Era Committee elect long-time White Sox designated hitter Harold Baines and Cubs favorite Lee Smith to the Hall of Fame. [Read More]
Harold Baines was a fine baseball player who played for a very long time -- a right fielder-turned-designated hitter who earned six all-star appearances, led... [Read More]
Relief pitcher Lee Smith and outfielder/designated hitter Harold Baines and were elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday by the entity's Today's... [Read More]
Harold Baines and Lee Smith are headed to Cooperstown LAS VEGAS — There will be a player who played the majority of his career as... [Read More]
Oy, the Baseball Hall of Fame. In line with seemingly everything else in this country, it just keeps growing more divisive, with Sunday's announcement the... [Read More]
A pair of former Orioles — outfielder-designated hitter Harold Baines and reliever Lee Smith — were selected Sunday for the 2019 Baseball Hall of Fame... [Read More]
The Cubs' longtime closer and the White Sox' longtime designated hitter were elected by the Hall's Today's Game Era committee. [Read More]
George Steinbrenner, so accustomed to winning during his time in baseball, is now 0-for-4 in his final competition. The winter meetings opened Sunday with invitations... [Read More]
Two coaches had me thinking this past week. One of them can only hope to replicate the success of the other.Eight days ago, Michelyne Pinard... [Read More]
Rick Hahn joined a conference call with Chicago media Friday to talk about the acquisition of right-handed reliever Alex Colome from Seattle and the non-tenders... [Read More]
Right up until D-backs manager Torey Lovullo delivered the news, first baseman Paul Goldschmidt did not think he would be heading to his sixth straight... [Read More]