Russell Martin: Pirates Ready to Roll in 2014

By Lucas Frankel

Few teams have had it rougher than the Pittsburgh Pirates. Russell Martin who’s now in his 2nd year in Pittsburgh, said he’s encouraged with what he’s seen so far from his teammates.

John Farrell on Losing Jacoby Ellsbury

By Jessica Griffith

The Red Sox are adjusting to playing without Jacoby Ellsbury. Now playing for the Yankees, Boston is forced to have a new center fielder.

More than a game of catch

By Ian Steele

John Farrell, Ryan Lavarnway and Jarrod Saltalamacchia give insight on the vital role pitchers and catchers play on the team building process, and how that relationship leads to success on the field.

Maddon and the Rays Are Focused On The Fundamentals

By Isaac Moore

The Tampa Bay Rays won 92 games last year, but were unable to get past the Boston Red Sox in the Divisional round of the postseason. Rays Coach Joe Maddon believes his team must perfect it’s play if they want to make a deep run in the playoffs.

Hope on the Mound for Toronto

by Bianca Buono

The addition of a mix of superstars did not work out as planned for the Toronto Blue Jays. The team finished 74-88 and last in the AL East.

New Concussion Caps for Pitchers

By Jessica Griffith

MLB is doing what it can to protect pitchers. It created a padded cap to help shield pitchers from line drives.

Blue Jays Announcer: 2014 Not Looking Good

By Lucas Frankel

One year after finishing in last place in the American League East with a 74-88 record, the Blue Jays enter 2014 with different expectations.