• MLB's Cubs draft son of shooting victim Major League Baseball's Chicago Cubs have drafted Chris Singleton, whose mother was among those killed two years ago during a shooting inside a South Carolina church. Jun 15
  • Dodger Puig suspended for one MLB game Los Angeles Dodgers' Yasiel Puig has been suspended for one game and fined by Major League Baseball for making an obscene gesture to Cleveland fans on Tuesday night. Jun 14
  • Cincinnati's Gennett equals MLB record Scooter Gennett has hit four home runs, matching a MLB record, and finishing with 10 RBIs as the Cincinnati Reds routed the slumping St. Louis Cardinals 13-1 on Tuesday night. Jun 6
  • Pujols hits 600th MLB career homer Albert Pujols hit his 600th career homer on Saturday night, delivering a grand slam to become the ninth player in major league baseball history to reach the mark. Jun 4
  • Strickland, Harper handed MLB suspensions San Francisco Giants pitcher Hunter Strickland has received a six-game Major League Baseball suspension while Washington's Bryce Harper was banned for four matches for their roles in an all-in brawl. May 30
  • Nationals and Giants brawl in MLB Two players were ejected after they sparked an all-in brawl in a Major League Baseball clash between the Washington Nationals and the San Francisco Giants. May 29
  • Court upholds DUI sentence for MLB's Kang A South Korean court has upheld a suspended prison sentence for Pittsburgh Pirates infielder Jung Ho Kang over a drink-driving conviction, a ruling that might complicate his plans to rejoin the team for the Major League Baseball season. May 18
  • Baseball bat stuck in Wrigley Field net The netting at Wrigley Field had to be cleared Wednesday night, after a baseball bat got wedged in it. May 18
  • Jeb Bush optimistic about Marlins MLB deal Jeb Bush is optimistic he can close a deal to buy the Miami Marlins, with his partner Derek Jeter taking charge of baseball operations. May 2
  • Fan threw a bag of peanuts at me: MLB star Baltimore Orioles centre fielder Adam Jones said he was subjected to racial taunts by fans during his team's Major League Baseball game against the Boston Red Sox on Monday. May 2
  • 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. Apr 25
  • 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