Royals owner David Glass had plenty of praise for the Astros before Game 1 of the American League Division Series at Kauffman Stadium.
The 32-year-old, benched in the playoffs, will make $21 million over each of the next five years
For about a year, the New York-based investment broker Allen & Co. has attempted to recruit a buyer interested in purchasing a share of the franchise. That may soon happen.
Tigers general manager Al Avila addressed a wide range of topics Wednesday afternoon during an 80-minute session with local reporters at Comerica Park.
To paraphrase Michelle on TV's legendary Full House: "Duh!" What did the Red Sox think we were expecting from a team that's finished last three out of the last four years: a ticket price increase? In the most unnecessary press release in team history, The Carmine Hose announced they will "hold prices at 2015 levels" for next season. Kinda. Sorta. Of course, it wouldn't be a communique from the front office if there weren't a caveat. To wit: you only get the 2015 prices if your purchase your 2016 tickets before December 31, 2015. You know, right after you've emptied your entire family budget...
The Jays’ right-hander will face Rangers’ ace lefty Cole Hamels in Game 2 on Friday afternoon.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The start to the 2015 postseason is looking a little muddy for the Kansas City Royals. Game 1 of the AL Division Series between the Royals and Houston Astros has been delayed because of rain. The Astros lead 3-1 at the end of two innings at Kauffman Stadium. The Astros got to Yordano Ventura early, scoring two runs on two hits and a walk in the first inning. The first three batters reached as Jose Altuve singled to left, George Springer walked and Carlos Correa singled to right. read more