Two years ago Rougned Odor was the youngest player in the entire Major Leagues. Last season Odor played with a fire in his eyes. Expect even more from Rougie Odor in 2016.
Houston's second baseman Jose Altuve is the shortest man in Major League Baseball. He's also one of its most exciting players, leading the American League in both hits, stolen bases the past 2 years.
Jake Arrieta, a tall talented, hard throwing Texas pitcher put it all together for the first time in 2015. He won his League's Cy Young award. Expect more great pitching from Jake in 2016.
Jose Bautista became Joey Bats through years of labors. He started late, but is now one of the premier power hitters in the Major Leagues. Also forever famous for the bat flip seen round the world.
There may have been pitchers who had a stretch of years better than any Roger Clemens enjoyed. But as it stands, there's never been a pitcher as good as Roger Clemens, in MLB history.
Giancarlo Stanton is the highest paid athlete in all professional sports. He's also the hitter with the most home run power in the Major Leagues today. How many home runs will he hit in 2016?
A recently discovered film outtake from June 1, 1925 accidentally captures a moment from the game that began the decade of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig dominating baseball.
Jim Abbott is a baseball legend. He was born with no right hand. He pitched a no-hitter with the New York Yankees
Aroldis Chapman has thrown the fastest fastballs in the modern age. Just how good is he, and how good will he become?
AL Cy Young winner in 2013. Two no hitters in 2015, and NL Cy Young winner in 2016, Max Scherzer will surely be one of the most dominating pitchers in baseball again in 2017.