5 Things: Fernandez Tragedy Overshadows Postseason RacesThree teams are fighting for two playoff spots in the National League, while realistically only three teams are fighting for two playoffs spots in the American League. Who says the wild card isn’t good for baseball? But the big news in baseball right now is the tragedy in Miami.
Fantasy Baseball’s Version Of The Final Countdown Is Upon You NowThere’s just one more week to go in the 2016 Major League Baseball regular season, and if you’ve been hanging in there all season with a chance still to make some noise in your fantasy league, pay attention very closely to what’s going on in MLB this week.
Fantasy Baseball’s Version Of The Final Countdown Is Upon You NowThere’s just one more week to go in the 2016 Major League Baseball regular season, so pay attention very closely to what’s going on in MLB this week.
Crawford First In 41 Years With 7 Hits, Giants Win In 14Brandon Crawford became the first major league player in 41 years to get seven hits in a game, putting the San Francisco Giants ahead.
5 Things: A-Rod And Teixeira Saying Goodbye, While Ichiro Makes More HistoryThe Chicago Cubs had another perfect week thanks to another ninth-inning comeback, but the big headlines in Major League Baseball last week came from the Bronx and the Rocky Mountains. Both Alex Rodriguez and Mark Teixeira said their goodbyes to the New York Yankees, albeit in different ways. Meanwhile, Ichiro Suzuki capped a Hall of Fame career with his 3,000th hit in Denver, an amazing accomplishment considering he didn't join MLB until he was 26 years old.
Giants Manager Bruce Bochy HospitalizedSan Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy was admitted to the hospital Monday after feeling ill during the team’s trip to Miami to play the Marlins.
Marlins Hold Off Giants 5-4 To Avoid 3-Game SweepJ.T. Realmuto matched his career high with four hits, including a tiebreaking home run in the eighth inning, and the Miami Marlins beat the San Francisco Giants 5-4 on Sunday to avoid a three-game sweep.
Bonds Enjoying His New Job As He Returns To San FranciscoBonds will return to San Francisco for a three-game series, still wearing orange and black but now in a different role with a different team.
Guide To Visiting MLB Spring Training In FloridaYour travel guide to visiting any of the MLB teams in the Florida Grapefruit League for this year's spring training
72 Hour Guide To Miami, FloridaRecommendations of things to do, places to stay and where to eat for visitors who have just 72 hours to visit Miami
Marlins Hire Bonds As Hitting CoachThe Miami Marlins announced on Friday that the team's new hitting coach will be former Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants left fielder Barry Bonds.
AP Source: Bonds In Talks To Become Marlins Hitting CoachBarry Bonds might soon be tutoring Giancarlo Stanton, slugger to slugger. Bonds is talking with the Miami Marlins about working for them as a hitting coach, a person familiar with the discussions said Monday.