ESPN MLB News ESPN MLB NewsReynolds retires after 13-season, 298-homer run April 9, 2020Mark Reynolds, who hit at least 30 homers four times and led the majors in strikeouts three times, is retiring at age 36.Poll: Fans won't attend games without vaccine April 9, 2020A majority of fans in a recent poll said they would not attend games before a vaccine is developed for coronavirus.Forbes: Yanks most valuable in MLB at $5 billion April 9, 2020Forbes estimates the New York Yankees are baseball's most valuable franchise at $5 billion, up 9% over last year and 47% more than the No. 2 Los Angeles Dodgers at $3.4 billion.With a bow or a broken bat, Bo Jackson did things nobody had ever seen April 9, 2020Bo Jackson ran up a wall. He homered in his first at-bat after hip replacement surgery. Those are just a few of the stories that make up the legend of Bo.Josh Hamilton indicted on felony injury to child April 9, 2020Former MLB star Josh Hamilton has been indicted on a felony charge of injury to a child after his teenage daughter accused him of beating her.Second-Chance World Series: Which two non-champs will meet for shot at redemption? April 8, 2020Find out who emerged from the LCS round of our simulated tournament of the best teams that didn't win it all.Will there be minor league baseball in 2020? Here are the best and worst-case scenarios April 8, 2020With teams in the minors so reliant on attendance for revenue, even their best-case scenario isn't great -- but it's better than the alternative.Yanks legend Gehrig's bat sells for $1 million April 8, 2020A bat used by Yankees legend Lou Gehrig commanded more than $1 million at a Dallas auction house.Mets simulation broadcast throws shade at Astros April 8, 2020The SNY broadcast team of Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling took some shots at the Astros during a video game simulation of a matchup against the Mets.'We're all just trying to help each other': How video games are bringing MLB players and fans together April 8, 2020With the routine of baseball broken by a global pandemic, MLB stars have turned to livestreaming on Twitch, building unique relationships with their fans.