NFL Players Association files Tom Brady appeal in Minnesota federal court
NFL Players Association files Tom Brady appeal in Minnesota federal court

The NFL Players Association filed an appeal Wednesday on behalf of Tom Brady in US District Court in Minnesota, hoping to vacate the New England Patriots star`s four-game "Deflate-gate" ban.

Alex Rodriguez receives milestone ball, settles bonus dispute
Alex Rodriguez receives milestone ball, settles bonus dispute

Controversial slugger Alex Rodriguez got the home run ball he smashed for his 3,000th career hit after all on Friday after the New York Yankees made a deal with the fan who caught it.

Ex-MLB player Darryl Hamilton fatally shot in apparent murder-suicide
Ex-MLB player Darryl Hamilton fatally shot in apparent murder-suicide

Former Major League outfielder and baseball broadcast analyst Darryl Hamilton has been killed in an apparent murder-suicide in suburban Houston, police in Pearland said on Monday.

Alex Rodriguez one hit away from 3,000
Alex Rodriguez one hit away from 3,000

Controversial New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez singled twice on Thursday to move within one hit of becoming the 29th player in Major League Baseball to record 3,000 hits.

Baseball: Boston fan hurt by bat in `serious` condition

A woman injured when a piece of a broken baseball bat flew into the stands at Boston`s Fenway Park on Friday was in serious condition in hospital on Saturday.

Tonya Carpenter was admitted to hospital with "life-threatening" injuries on Friday, according to the Boston Police Department.

Boston Red Sox fan badly hurt by broken bat
Boston Red Sox fan badly hurt by broken bat

A female fan was seriously injured by a piece of a broken baseball bat that flew into the stands during the Boston Red Sox and Oakland A`s game on Friday.

Alex Rodriguez passes Willie Mays for fourth on all-time homer list
Alex Rodriguez passes Willie Mays for fourth on all-time homer list

The New York Yankees` drug-tainted slugger Alex Rodriguez belted his 661st career home run on Thursday to pass Willie Mays for fourth place on Major League Baseball`s all-time list.

Baltimore Orioles to play behind closed doors amid riots
Baltimore Orioles to play behind closed doors amid riots

The Baltimore Orioles will face the Chicago White Sox in an empty stadium on Wednesday after violent riots prompted officials to take what is believed to be the unprecedented step of ordering the game played behind closed doors.

New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia banned 80 games for doping
New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia banned 80 games for doping

New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia, already battling elbow trouble, was banned for 80 games by Major League Baseball on Saturday for steroid use.

Former MVP Josh Hamilton escapes sanction for drug relapse
Former MVP Josh Hamilton escapes sanction for drug relapse

Former American League Most Valuable Player Josh Hamilton can`t be sanctioned by Major League Baseball for a relapse into drug abuse, an arbitrator ruled on Friday.

Yankees prospect concussed after hitting wall
Yankees prospect concussed after hitting wall

New York Yankees prospect Jose Pirela suffered a concussion Sunday after crashing hard into the outfield wall in a Major League Baseball spring training game against the New York Mets.

Pirela was sent to hospital for a CT scan and cervical MRI, the Yankees said.

Alex Rodriguez hits single in exhibition return to plate
Alex Rodriguez hits single in exhibition return to plate

Disgraced drugs cheat Alex Rodriguez was greeted with a mixture of cheers and boos as he hit a single in his first exhibition game at-bat since returning from a performance-enhancing scandal.

Major League Baseball seeks to speed up pace of play
Major League Baseball seeks to speed up pace of play

Major League Baseball is taking steps to speed up the pace of play in 2015, including a clock to time breaks between innings and pitching changes.

Alex Rodriguez apologizes to New York Yankees for drug use
Alex Rodriguez apologizes to New York Yankees for drug use

Disgraced Major League Baseball slugger Alex Rodriguez apologized to the New York Yankees in a 90-minute meeting Tuesday for using performance-enhancing drugs and criticizing the team in defending himself.

Chicago legend `Mr Cub` dies at 83
Chicago legend `Mr Cub` dies at 83

Hall of Fame infielder Ernie Banks, who was affectionately dubbed "Mr Cub" by the Wrigley Field faithful, passed away Friday. He was 83.

Royals reward manager Ned Yost with contract extension
Royals reward manager Ned Yost with contract extension

Ned Yost, who guided Kansas City all the way to the World Series in their first post-season appearance- in 29 years, inked a one-year contract extension with the Royals on Tuesday.

Jake Peavy signs new deal with World Series champions San Francisco Giants
Jake Peavy signs new deal with World Series champions San Francisco Giants

Veteran pitcher Jake Peavy, who helped San Francisco win the World Series for the third time in five seasons, has signed a two-year deal to remain with the Giants.

Star pitching trio join Hall of Fame ballot
Star pitching trio join Hall of Fame ballot

The Baseball Hall of Fame announced 17 new names for its 2015 ballot on Monday, including Cy Young Award-winning pitchers Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez and John Smoltz.

MLB playoff: Cardinal error gives Giants win, series lead
MLB playoff: Cardinal error gives Giants win, series lead

A throwing error by St. Louis pitcher Randy Choate allowed San Francisco to score the winning run Tuesday in a 5-4 Major League Baseball playoff triumph over St. Louis.

MLB playoff: Royals edge Orioles, reach World Series brink
MLB playoff: Royals edge Orioles, reach World Series brink

Kansas City reached the brink of the World Series with a 2-1 victory Tuesday over the Baltimore Orioles, keeping the Royals unbeaten in this year`s Major League Baseball playoffs.