TV money is the new power play in baseball. Well, maybe it's not "new," but signing big-money contracts for television rights has changed the balance of power in MLB in a very short time. Would the Los Angeles Angels have been able to sign Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson without the reported $3 billion that the team received from Fox Sports for its latest TV deal? That's expected to bring in more than $150 million in annual revenue, and was a big reason the Angels could sign premium free agent talent.
The Baltimore Orioles and Washington Nationals punched their playoff tickets Tuesday night, but there are still a number of races yet to be decided with less than two weeks to go in the 2014 MLB season. Add the Los Angeles Angels an... Read Post
The Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles got interleague baseball off to a fantastic start on Friday night in Washington, DC. The regional rivals played a well-pitched, defensive baseball game that went into extra innings. The... Read Post