Biggest winners, losers and moves we'd still make this MLB offseason Have the Padres passed the Dodgers? When will Bauer and Realmuto sign? Which team still needs to make a splash? Our experts weigh in. Read More Bryant: Let us appreciate the grace and uncommon decency of Henry Aaron Over the course of his 86 years, America asked Henry Aaron to do everything right. And he did. He was an unquestioned immortal of the game. Read More Nats' Zimmerman says this year might not be last Ryan Zimmerman said if he can "settle into this role and do well this year" with the Nationals he would consider playing past this upcoming season. Read More Sources: Red Sox, Richards reach $10M deal Garrett Richards, who went 2-2 with a 4.03 ERA in 10 starts for the Padres in 2020, has reached a one-year, $10 million deal with the Red Sox, sources told ESPN. Read More Sources: Red Sox, Hernandez agree to $14M deal The Red Sox agreed to a two-year, $14 million deal with Enrique Hernandez, sources confirmed to ESPN. Read More Longtime home run king Hank Aaron dies at 86 Hank Aaron, known for his sweet swing that carried him to 755 career home runs, which long stood as baseball's golden mark, has died. He was 86. Read More Source: Profar, Padres agree to 3-year, $21M deal Jurickson Profar and the San Diego Padres are in agreement on a three-year, $21 million contract, a source familiar with the deal told ESPN's Jeff Passan. Read More Bass takes the bait, agrees to Marlins contract Well-traveled right-hander Anthony Bass agreed to terms Friday on a deal with the Marlins and is expected to compete for a role as their closer. Read More Cubs' Bryant not having as much fun as before The Cubs' Kris Bryant admitted that he hasn't always been having as much fun playing baseball as he once did. Read More 755 home runs and even better than you remember: Hank Aaron was one of the five best MLB players ever Aaron retired as MLB's home run king and a 25-time All-Star. Yet his true greatness on the field is still underappreciated. Read More From the Negro Leagues to home run king: Hank Aaron's legacy extends far past baseball Aaron, who died at the age of 86, was more than a record-breaking slugger. He was a symbol of American racial intolerance and triumph. Read More Tributes to a legend: Baseball world and beyond honors Aaron Athletes, civil rights leaders and other luminaries shared what the Hall of Famer and American icon meant to them. Read More What pitching every fourth day would mean for Trevor Bauer and the team that signs him The reigning NL Cy Young winner wants to go old-school. But what exactly would that look like in 2021? Read More George Springer gets paid, but will it pay off for the Blue Jays? Adding one of baseball's best center fielders creates new questions for Toronto, starting with whether the team can win now. Read More Predictions and updates for every top remaining MLB free agent Several big names are still available, so we asked our experts to weigh in on where the best will eventually sign. Read More Former Mets GM acknowledges sending explicit images Former Mets general manager Jared Porter sent explicit, unsolicited texts and images to a female reporter in 2016, according to a copy of the text history obtained by ESPN. Read More Our latest MLB offseason buzz: Second baseman market after LeMahieu, NL DH waiting game and more Where could teams needing second-base help turn next? How is universal designated hitter indecision holding up free agency? Here's what we're hearing. Read More MLB needs more Black managers. Here's why it won't be me right now As a former player with an Ivy League degree, Doug Glanville checks all the boxes. But as a Black father in 2021, he's not comfortable taking a job in the dugout. Read More
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