Baseball union chief Tony Clark called the public comments surrounding the salary arbitration hearing involving Yankees reliever Dellin Betances "unprofessional."
Evan Longoria and Kevin Kiermaier say the Tampa Bay Rays are on the same page to begin spring training and that they are determined to rebound from 2016.
Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly says the talks about the sale of the franchise won't be a distraction because it is just one of the things the players and coaches have no control over, so they just prepare to play baseball.
The New York Yankees beat Dellin Betances in the year's final salary arbitration case, and the relief pitcher will be paid $3 million rather than his $5 million request
Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper says he knows "exactly why" his production dipped last season from his MVP-winning performance a year earlier _ but he is not elaborating
Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria has told a federal jury he lied to investigators about knowing a key figure in an alleged Cuban ballplayer smuggling network linked to a Florida sports agent and a trainer
Miami Marlins president David Samson says multiple groups are interested in purchasing the team and confirmed owner Jeffrey Loria is being considered for nomination as U.S. ambassador to France
Jason Heyward is amazed at how Kris Bryant handles the attention that comes with being the NL Rookie of the Year two years ago and the commanding MVP choice and World Series champion just a year later
No less an authority on hitting than last season's runner-up for NL MVP, Daniel Murphy, thinks Tim Tebow has some ability with a bat _ he just needs more work
Reliever Brad Brach became the first player to beat the Baltimore Orioles in salary arbitration in 22 years, ending the team's nine-hearing winning streak, and he will earn $3.05 million instead of the team's offer of $2,525,000
Miguel Montero produced one of the biggest hits of the Chicago Cubs' championship run in the game that decided it all, and now he's preparing again for life as a backup catcher
Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred won't predict if strike zone or pace-of-play changes will be implemented this season; the players' union would need to agree to any changes.
Playing only 14 games at second base in his brief major league career, Jonathan Villar will man the position for the Brewers as the season begins