Cuba’s baseball stars Yulieski Gurriel and Lourdes Gurriel Jr. deserted their team to pursue opportunities in the United States, according to Cuba’s state-run newspaper Granma.
Former MLB star Derek Jeter denied claims that he backed out of a deal to promote a Swedish underwear brand because he thought that fellow brand ambassador 50 cent was too "urban."
Former MLB star Derek Jeter is reportedly facing charges with damages amounting to about $5 million after he allegedly backed out to promote an underwear line by a company in Sweden.
The Chicago Cubs want to travel to Cuba next year to play in the spring training games.
St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Lance Lynn will be out for the entire next season after undergoing a Tommy John surgery.
Ex-New York Yankees player Derek Jeter has announced his recent engagement in an essay about his dog.
There is good news Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell after the team announce that his cancer is in remission.
A fan of the New York Mets is reportedly in critical condition after a brawl with a mother-and-son tandem, believed to be Dodgers fans outside the Dodger Stadium on Friday night.
An LGBT group slammed the tradition of MLB teams requiring their rookies to crossdress as part of their hazing rites noting that this sends a bad message to kids.
Infamous Chicago Cubs fan Steve Bartman, who became well-known for a October 2003 baseball incident, will not attend the team's first playoff game in seven years despite a fundraising campaign to have him.
Detroit Tigers pitcher Bruce Rondon was sent home by the team on Monday until the end of the current season citing his low effort level during the games.
The Thompson brothers are unstoppable, especially on Tuesday when Warriors star Klay scored a hoop while riding a bicycle and Chicago White Sox's Trayce making his first MLB home run.
The Chicago Cubs swept the San Francisco Giants in their current home series, holds the lead in the NL wildcard standings. After the last game of the series, all personnel were evacuated from the stadium because of a bomb threat.
Stephen Strasburg of the Washington Nationals returned from an oblique strain to hurl an impressive and dominant outing against the Colorado Rockies at home. He struck out 12 with no walks, allowing only three hits and a run for seven innings.
Haiti chose former Senate leader Jocelerme Privert as its provisional president a week after President Michel Martelly stepped down from office.
The oil glut crisis has gotten worse as Iran is trying to flood the market even more with its plan to export big amounts of oil to other countries
The army chief of staff in North Korea has reportedly been executed due to corruption allegations.