The White Sox added right-handers Dylan Cease and Jordan Stephens, lefty Kodi Medeiros and catcher Seby Zavala to their 40-man roster Tuesday.
Adrian Beltre of the Rangers retired after 21 seasons in a career in which he became the first player from the Dominican Republic to have 3,000 hits.
A man accused of damaging the Iowa baseball field made famous by the 1989 movie “Field of Dreams” must serve two to five years of probation.
Mariano Rivera, with metrics that mark him as the best reliever ever, renews the debate about how much bullpen pitchers must do to merit election.
An Aspen company has sued former Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa, alleging his company backed out of a contract to rent a house in the ski resort town.
White Sox and Bulls chairman Jerry Reinsdorf founded the Chicago Sports Alliance to combat gun violence in the city.
Baez had no first-place votes and finished with 250 points. The Brewers’ Christian Yelich, who won the award, had 415 points.
If Bryce Harper’s free-agency decision comes down to which city has the best pizza, it’s about to get really saucy.
The area’s major sports franchises are teaming up after donating $1 million earlier this year.
The White Sox’ annual signing day ceremony with members of their Amateur City Elite program saw 20 high school players sign letters of intent.
The Cubs’ Jon Lester received four fourth-place votes
Winning Silver Slugger Award brought Abreu to tears. ‘‘I started crying; I couldn’t believe it,’’ he said. ‘‘It was a very difficult season for me.’’
The Cubs are expected to open a fifth straight season without a homegrown pitcher on the roster.
“If Kris Bryant were on another team we’d be trying hard to trade for him,” Theo Epstein said Friday, shooting down a report the MVP could be traded.
Both are great players, but you can’t dismiss the butts-in-the-seats quotient. Machado would bring in fans. Harper would bring in more of them.