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Survivor Season 29 Cast Includes Ex-Major Leaguer, Ex-Boyfriend of Clay Aiken & More!

CBS has come out with the full cast for Survivor Season 29 (yes, 29!) and it includes an ex-Major League Baseball pitcher, along with an ex-boyfriend of Clay Aiken. It also includes a married firefighter and police officer, along with...Show More Summary

Obamacare to Blame for Cubs' 'TarpGate'? Either Way, 'Embarrassing'

Last week, Major League Baseball had its first protest upheld in more than two decades. The San Francisco Giants protested a called game, which the Chicago Cubs won 2-0 after five innings of play, thanks to a rain-out due to the Cubs' grounds crew's inability to pull the tarp over......

MLB denies protest by Tampa Bay

Major League Baseball denied a protest filed Saturday by the Tampa Bay Rays, stemming from a play disputed by Rays Manager Joe Maddon in a 5-4, 10-inning loss in Toronto. Tampa Bay's Wil Myers was ruled out on a replay-review reversal of a pickoff, and Maddon had argued that Toronto Manager...

MLB Denies Rays' Weekend Protest in Toronto

19 hours agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Major League Baseball has denied a protest filed by the Tampa Bay Rays this weekend in Toronto.

Looking At The Good South Side Beyond A Little League Baseball Team

Daniel Kay Hertz makes a convincing case for why the South side is Chicago’s best side. [ more › ]

Baseball's Second-Tier Players Have Benefitted The Most From 25 Years Of Skyrocketing Salaries

In 1989, pitcher Orel Hershiser of the Los Angeles Dodgers was the highest-paid player in Major League Baseball with a salary of $2.8 million. Twenty-five years later, a Dodgers pitcher is once again the highest-paid, only now it is Zack Greinke and he will be paid $26 million this year. Show More Summary

A Blunt Giancarlo Stanton Quote Is The Latest Sign He's Going To Leave Miami

Giancarlo Stanton is arguably one of the three or four best hitters in Major League Baseball. Even though he's one player the Marlins actually want to keep, it is looking more and more like his days in Miami are numbered. The Marlins are just three games back in the Wild Card and Stanton is a big reason why. Show More Summary

Giancarlo Stanton Quickly Chasing Down Mike Trout as MLB's Best Player

Conventional creed these past few years more or less requires everyone in and around Major League Baseball, from players to coaches to executives to media to fans, simply to accept that Mike Trout is the best player on the planet. But...Show More Summary

Highlighting 5 Possible Last-Minute Impact MLB Waiver Deadline Steals

The bulk of trade activity around Major League Baseball goes down before the July 31 non-waiver deadline, but there is still time for players to be dealt in August and still make an impact on the stretch run and on into the postseason. Teams...Show More Summary

For The First Time, More People Will Watch Streams On Devices Than Desktops

On August 26th of 2002, Major League Baseball streamed its first live video of a game to the web — a tiny, grainy little player that looks laughable in comparison to today’s HD streams you hold in your palm. This month, 12 years later, the MLB says that it projects that over 51% of its monthly live streams will be watched on ‘connected’ and mobile devices in… Read More

Little Known Band Hits Big With ESPN

Photo courtesy of Street Invasion While watching sports on ESPN, you might have noticed a catchy little tune promoting either the U.S. Open, Major League Baseball or the NFL. The song, "NY Anthem" is not by Carrie Underwood or FaithShow More Summary

The Next Big Thing In Sports Data: Predicting (And Avoiding) Injuries

Can data tell a player's future? Teams like the San Antonio Spurs and New England Patriots are betting on it. In sports, injuries don't just cost wins. They cost money. By one estimate, teams across Major League Baseball spent $665 million last year on the salaries of banged-up guys and their replacements. Show More Summary

Stock Up, Stock Down for Dodgers' Top 10 Prospects for Week 22

With the minor league baseball season winding down, big league clubs will soon be calling up their top prospects for a September audition. The Los Angeles Dodgers possess talented farmhands who will most likely make their major league debuts within the next two weeks. Show More Summary

Little League CEO Suggests Players Could Be Compensated in Future

Little League Baseball CEO Steve Keener suggested that Little Leaguers who appear on national television could get some compensation in the future. "I've always felt we need to be as progressive an organization as we can," he told Yahoo Sports. Show More Summary

Jay Cutler: Chicago Bears QB Donates $15K To Little League Team

Jay Cutler is supporting a team of Little League baseball players in the wake of a devastating loss. Cutler, the quarterback for the National Football League’s Chicago Bears, is donating money and autographed jerseys to the Jackie Robinson West All-Star baseball team. On Saturday, the team lost the Little League World Series championship to a

Jackie Robinson West falls 8-4 in Little League final

2 days agoSports : RosenBlog

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Jackie Robinson West was looking to make history its story Sunday when it faced Seoul, South Korea for the Little League Baseball World Series championship.

Under-the-Radar MLB Players Who Will Key Their Club's Run to October

Superstars get all the love, but they can't do it alone, especially in Major League Baseball. The season is too long and the rosters too deep for one player to carry a club all the way across the finish line. While the studs typically...Show More Summary

Rays protest game against Blue Jays

A controversial ruling in the fourth inning of a Rays game may lead to the second upheld protest in the last 28 years, just days after the first. Just days after the first upheld protest since 1986, Major League Baseball may have another...Show More Summary

Signing Cuban Star Rusney Castillo Is Big Step in Returning Red Sox to Relevance

The Boston Red Sox continued their radical new approach to rebuilding on Saturday, announcing the signing of Cuban outfielder Rusney Castillo to a seven-year Major League Baseball contract — reportedly worth $72.5 million — that begins in 2014. Castillo rumors have swirled around Twitter and all parts of the Internet for weeks now. Show More Summary

Will New MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred Allow Pete Rose Back Into Baseball?

Now that Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig is stepping down – and being replaced by Rob Manfred – Pete Rose is hoping that he will finally be allowed back into baseball, The Celebrity Café is reporting. Earlier this week, Rose spoke to ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap and discussed the upcoming transfer of power at the

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