The MLB offseason is less than a week old, and the San Francisco Giants already made some news. Andrew Baggarly of the Bay Area News Group noted the 2014 World Series champions declined the options on the contracts of outfielders Marlon Byrd and Nori Aoki. Show More Summary
The Jesus-hate is strong in this one. Slate’s Mark Joseph Stern took to the internets in the wake of the Mets loss to the Royals in the World Series to not only saddle the Metropolitans outspoken Christian player Daniel Murphy with blame for the loss, but to actually rejoice in it as well.
With the 2015 World Series in the books and the offseason officially underway, let's put a bow on the 2015 season with one final edition of MLB power rankings. Each team's spot in the following rankings reflects its overall performance...Show More Summary
And, take a look at the cover for Questlove's new book. — Remember when the Kansas City Royals' Lorenzo Cain stole second base during Game 1 of the World series? No? Well, that show of athleticism won Americans a free breakfast at Taco Bell, and now the chain is paying up. Show More Summary
“The Walking Dead” remained steady Sunday opposite the final game of the World Series and a big “Sunday Night Football” matchup. Its 6.8 rating in adults 18-49 was up 0.1 from the previous week, and the episodes 13.34 million viewers also was fairly even. Also Sunday, “The Librarians” premiered to a 0.6 on TNT, while […]
The New York Mets exceeded expectations with their advance to the World Series this season and now hope to emulate their Kansas City conquerors by going one step better next year.
As the World Series ends and the parties begin for the […]
Kirk Gibson, who hit the most famous home run in Dodgers history, was interviewed by the team last week for its vacant managerial position, according to people familiar with the situation who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the talks.Gibson’s candidacy was...
Empire has been on a break while the World Series happens, but now that's over so we can get back to the important questions. Where's Hakeem? What will Cookie be wearing this week? Is Andre regular crazy or extra super...
The 2015 World Series may have only lasted five games, but Fox reaped plenty of benefits from this year’s Fall Classic. While observers have talked about rating downturns for past World Series, the Mets-Royals gave Fox its most-watched...Show More Summary
On what could have been the night of Game 6 of the World Series, it was a buoyant Tuesday for CBS and pretty steady for most of the rest of the Big 4 and the CW in primetime. However, for the latest debut of the season, Tuesday was not so kind. Show More Summary
After facing Game 1 of the World Series in its first outing, the ABC drama sees no improvement. read more
Money can't buy you love, but the Kansas City Royals consecutive trips to the World Series exemplify how economic changes in the sport back in 2002 have helped give more hope to small revenue-generating clubs across Major League Baseball.
The closer blew three saves in five games, but it was hardly his fault.
Freebie promotion related to the World Series.
The World Series may be in the books, but the MLB offseason should be as lively and dramatic in the four short months before pitchers and catchers report for spring training. There are plenty of marquee free agents hitting the market—139...Show More Summary
Colin Cowherd’s interview with new best friend Donald Trump couldn’t have asked for anything more in the promotion department. It got ad time during the World Series on Fox. It got its own Twitter hashtag. It even got its own primetime special on FS1. Show More Summary
Worlds collided on a couch dusted with chip flavoring, optimism, and the sound of fingernails being chomped. A letter from a father to his son, after coming together for the Mets World Series run. The post A Letter to My Son: Four Life Lessons From The Mets World Series Run appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Nov. 6 — Deadline for teams to make qualifying offers to their eligible former players who became free agents, fifth day after World Series.