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That time Dwight Gooden taught Roger Clemens it's OK to throw hard
Dwight Gooden, when he arrived in the majors, was scary good. So good, in fact, that when Roger Clemens got in the batter's box against him, Clemens learned something important about pitching.[read more]

Two Cubs employees test positive for COVID-19
Two Chicago Cubs employees who attended an annual training session at Wrigley Field on March 8 have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.[read more]

'We're going to learn from this': MLB managers on coping with the pandemic
Dave Martinez, Kevin Cash, Joe Girardi and others talk about connecting with their players, missing baseball and enjoying some extra family time.[read more]

Olney: Syndergaard case an example of complex financial decisions to come
The timing of the talented righty's surgery combined with the looming economic hit that teams will face illustrates the muddied waters ahead.[read more]

Boras: MLB draft limits send 'wrong message'
With MLB having discretion to cut the draft to five rounds this year and 20 rounds in 2021 -- as well as deferring bonuses through 2022 -- agent Scott Boras believes baseball "should keep the status quo" and is sending the wrong message to amateurs.[read more]

What the MLB deal with players means for 2020 season and beyond
From salaries to resuming play, and its impact on the draft and the minors, answering how the agreement will shape the game's future.[read more]

MLB, union agree on stipulations for return
The season won't start until experts agree games would not pose a health risk and travel restrictions and bans on mass gatherings are lifted, though the idea of playing in empty stadiums can be revisited, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Source: Syndergaard TJ surgery a success
Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard had Tommy John surgery on Thursday and is expected to return sometime in the 2021 season, a source told ESPN's Jeff Passan.[read more]

Ex-Astros star Wynn, 3-time All-Star, dies at 78
Jimmy Wynn, the 5-foot-9 former Astros slugger in the 1960s and '70s who made three All-Star teams, died Thursday in Houston. He was 78.[read more]

From simulations to old broadcasts: How to fill the void without baseball
We sure could use a ballgame to take our minds off all that's going on these days. But with that impossible, here are some fulfilling alternatives.[read more]