About four hours before Larry Walker got the ecstatic news Tuesday in what he called a “surreal moment,” he sent out a Tweet. He’s not active on social media, but people had been asking Walker if he thought
Houston Astros owner Jim Crane said Tuesday that the team's players would apologize for their role in the organization's sign-stealing scandal: He also addressed the issue at the Houston Sports Awards,
ESPN analyst Jessica Mendoza says pitcher Mike Fiers should have gone to Major League Baseball before he told a journalist about his allegation the Houston Astros had been using a camera to steal signs.
In the wake of Monday’s report, Astros manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow were suspended for one year each for failing to put a stop to the scheme, and they were subsequently fired by owner
For three years we’ve wondered, and now we know. How did the Houston Astros’ hitters so easily pound three of the Dodgers’ hottest pitchers in two key games in Houston in the 2017 World Series? How did