Manaea's No-Hitter Could Signal Breakout SeasonWhile he may have only put his name on the map because of his no-hitter, Sean Manaea could be enjoying the start of a major breakout season.
The Baseball Report: Manaea Records First No-Hitter Of SeasonSean Manaea, the 26-year-old Athletics left-hander, threw the first no-hitter of the 2018 season.
Red Sox, Nationals Only Teams On Track To Pay Luxury TaxOnly two teams are currently on track to surpass the luxury tax in MLB this season.
Latest MLB Power RankingsThe Red Sox have moved into the top spot thanks to a 17-4 start to the season.
Orioles Trading Manny Machado At Deadline Seeming More LikelyManny Machado, the talented infielder, who is due for big payday next offseason, has started the season strong, while his Orioles have not.
Bartolo Colon Continues To AmazeBartolo Colon, one of baseball's most popular players, took a perfect game into the 8th inning on Sunday as he continues his stellar start to the season.
The Baseball Report: Mets, Angels, Pirates All Off To Fast StartsThree teams have been red-hot out of the gates this April and they aren't necessarily who you'd expect.
Don't Freak Out About Stanton's Slow StartAfter blasting two home runs in his Yankees' debut on Opening Day, finishing the game 3-for-5 with four RBI, Stanton has struggled mightily ever since.
The Baseball Report: The New York Mets Are On FireThe New York Mets have won six straight on the strength of veteran additions like Adrian Gonzalez and Todd Frazier and good pitching.
Ohtani's Desire To Play Both Ways Should Be ApplaudedShohei Ohtani is a special talent, and his pursuit of something that hasn't been done in 100 years should be applauded.
The Baseball Report: Ohtani Shines In DebutAfter a rough spring training, the Angels prized offseason acquisition looked good in his regular season debut.
Giants Injuries Could Derail Hopes Of Rebound SeasonThe San Francisco Giants had high hopes for the 2018 season, but injuries to two key pitchers within the last week could derail their playoff hopes.