• Derek Jeter, Jeb Bush buy Marlins: reports Former New York Yankees star Derek Jeter and former Florida governor Jeb Bush are the leaders of a group that won an auction to purchase the Miami Marlins, multiple media outlets reported on Tuesday. Tue
  • Baseballer hit in face by 145 km/h pitch Detroit Tigers centre fielder JaCoby Jones was taken to hospital after getting hit in the face by a baseball pitch travelling at 145km/h. Apr 23
  • Bumgarner lands on MLB DL after bike crash San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner was placed on the disabled list for the first time in his Major League baseball career on Friday (Saturday AEST) after a dirt bike accident sent him to hospital with bruised ribs and a sprained joint in his pitching shoulder. Apr 21
  • Greg Bird stars in another Yankees win The New York Yankees have made it seven straight MLB wins as they ran riot in the eighth innings to beat the St Louis Cardinals 9-3. Apr 17
  • Robinson gets statue at Dodger Stadium He was the first black man to play in baseball's major leagues, ending six decades of racial segregation, and a first-ballot Hall of Famer. Apr 14
  • MLB's Hall of Famer Brock has bone cancer The St Louis Cardinals say baseball Hall of Fame outfielder Lou Brock had been diagnosed recently with bone cancer. Apr 14
  • Yankees again named most valuable team The New York Yankees maintained their status as Major League Baseball's most valuable team and are worth an estimated $3.7 billion (A$5b), according to a survey released by Forbes. Apr 11
  • Pineda throws Yankees to MLB victory Pitcher Michael Pineda starred as the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-1 in their Major League Baseball home season opener. Apr 11
  • Cubs finally raise MLB championship flag The Chicago Cubs have raised their 2016 World Series championship flag, delighting a raucous crowd that waited through a rain delay for a moment more than a century in the making. Apr 10
  • Tebow homers twice in minor league series Tim Tebow has completed his first series with the Columbia Fireflies, the New York Mets Class A affiliate. Apr 10
  • Champion Cubs open MLB season with loss Before the World Series champion Chicago Cubs took the field and after the New York Yankees lost their sixth straight opener, Bumgarner struck. Apr 3
  • Cardinals pay millions in MLB hacking case The St. Louis Cardinals were ordered to pay $US2 million ($A2.6 million) in damages by Major League Baseball on Monday and will forfeit their first two picks in the 2017 draft as a result of illegal computer hacking of the Houston Astros' database. Jan 30
  • MLB pitcher Ventura killed in car crash Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura has been killed in a car accident in his native Dominican Republic, his team announced on Sunday. Jan 22
  • Bonds, Clemens closer to Hall of Fame The Baseball Hall of Fame announced three new members on Wednesday, but a spike in voting for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens created just as much buzz. Jan 18
  • Obama hosts Cubs at White House ceremony President Barack Obama celebrated the World Series champions Chicago Cubs on Monday and spoke about the power sports has to unite people. Jan 16
  • MLB champions Cubs visit White House US president Barack Obama is celebrating Major League Baseball's World Series champions the Chicago Cubs, before he leaves office. Jan 16
  • Prison for rooftop owner who cheated Cubs An 18-month prison sentence has been handed to a man found guilty of defrauding the Chicago Cubs out of the baseball club's cut of revenues from his rooftop club near Wrigley Field. Jan 9
  • Red Sox, Yankees tipped for London series Major League Baseball is studying the feasibility of playing in London in 2018, two media organisations reported on Friday. Dec 23
  • Pitcher Chapman takes a swing at Cubs Aroldis Chapman, who is headed back to New York as the Yankees' closer, says Chicago manager Joe Maddon misused him in the World Series on the way to the Cubs winning the championship for the first time since 1908. Dec 16
  • Uehara signs with Chicago Cubs Veteran Japanese closer Koji Uehara has signed with reigning World Series champions the Chicago Cubs, the Major League Baseball team said on Wednesday. Dec 14