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MLB Rumors: Hottest Trade Rumors Entering Winter Meetings 2016

The 2016 Major League Baseball winter meetings will run from Sunday through Thursday in National Harbor, Maryland, and trade buzz is picking up as general managers get ready to intensify discussions regarding some of the sport's biggest...Show More Summary

MLB Winter Meetings 2016: Dates, Schedule, Rumors and Predictions

The first week of December is typically an optimistic time for all 30 Major League Baseball teams because it marks the start of the winter meetings, where club executives and agents discuss potential deals. There was a storm cloud hanging...Show More Summary

MLB Rumors: Top Trade Rumors Ahead of 2016 Winter Meetings

Although the winter meetings are sure to bring plenty of shakeups across Major League Baseball, the trade hot stove is already kicking into high gear with several huge names reportedly available for the right price. Many of the top free...Show More Summary

Labor Peace Helps Bolster Baseball’s Bottom Line

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Television contracts and digital innovation — as well as old-fashioned fan interest — are generating a flood of revenue that is sustaining Major League Baseball.

MLB puts a price on winning the All-Star Game

You can put a price on victory: $20,000. That’s the bonus that each player on the winning All-Star team will earn starting next season, one of a host of details unveiled Friday when Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Assn. confirmed and announced a new collective bargaining...

HBO reportedly planning exit from Disney-backed BAMTech content deal

Major League Baseball, Disney, and the National Hockey League have big plans for streaming technology provider BAMTech. HBO will apparently not be a part of them. The joint venture, which began as a sports-focused streaming service,Show More Summary

All-Star Game No Longer Decides Home Field

Major League Baseball is changing the rules for home-field advantage in the World Series. The experiment of giving it to the league that wins the All-Star Game is over. Instead, for the first time in league history, home field will go to the team with the better record. Show More Summary

MLB CBA: All-Star Game Won’t Decide World Series Host, Disabled List Rules Changed [Breaking]

MLB CBA negotiations finally led to a resolution on Wednesday night (Nov. 30). As part of the new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) that Major League Baseball has in place, the winner of the summer All-Star Game will no longer decide the host of the World Series. Show More Summary

World Series home field advantage no longer determined by All-Star Game, per report

Midsummer classic determined World Series home field advantage from 2003-2016 Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association reached agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement late Wednesday night, and one of the mostShow More Summary

AP source: smokeless tobacco banned for new major leaguers

A person familiar with the negotiations says Major League Baseball and its players' union agreed to ban smokeless tobacco for all new big leaguers. The person spoke on condition of … Click to Continue »

MLB Avoids Work Stoppage With Last-Minute Labor Deal

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Major League Baseball and its players union tentatively reached an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement Wednesday night, the league announced in a news release. The new agreement would stretch for the next five years, extending baseball’s period of labor peace through the end of the 2021 season. Show More Summary

MLB players and owners agree to new five-year labor deal

With three hours before the current collective bargaining agreement expired, and with the threat of a lockout in the absence of a new one, Major League Baseball players and owners agreed to a new five-year deal. The pact would extend through 2021, which would mark 26 years without a strike or lockout....

MLB, MLBPA Agree on New CBA: Latest Details, Comments, Reaction

After some concern about labor strife between Major League Baseball's owners and the MLB Players Association, the two sides have reportedly agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports first reported the two sides finalized the deal. Show More Summary

MLB, Players Association reach agreement on new collective bargaining agreement

Players and owners reached a 5-year deal Baseball averted a labor meltdown, as the Major League Baseball Players Association and Major League Baseball agreed to a new Collective Bargaining Agreement just hours before the deadline, per...Show More Summary

On Last Day Before MLB Labor Deal Ends, Will There Be A Lockout?

As November gets ready to flip over to December, Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association are facing a deadline: the expiration of their current labor deal expires at midnight. As with any critical collective bargaining agreement negotiations and impacts, there are some key bits of information that isn’t [...]

2017 MLB Free Agents: Rumors, Predictions for Dexter Fowler, Rich Hill and More

Slowly but surely the free-agent dominoes are beginning to fall around Major League Baseball. It should make for an intriguing December as the marquee names still available make their decisions about where to play in 2017 and beyond. As always, there are some eye-popping numbers being thrown around during the early stages of the offseason. Show More Summary

MLB Rumors: Trade Buzz on J.D. Martinez, Josh Harrison and More

Major League Baseball's hot-stove season is supposed to be heating up, but unfortunately, the looming specter of a lockout if a new collective bargaining agreement can't be reached before the current one expires on December 1 has given...Show More Summary

Biggest Winners and Losers of the 2016-17 MLB Offseason's 1st Month

There hasn't been much action in the first month of the 2016-2017 Major League Baseball offseason. Everyone's been busy tip-toeing around the rather large elephant in the room. Nonetheless, the time has come for a routine stock-taking. Show More Summary

Berlin Braves’ Latest Collection Honors Little League Baseball of Post-War Berlin

The Berlin Braves project has teamed up with sportwear brand 47 to create a capsule collection honoring the little league baseball team that played at Tempelhof airport in post-war Berlin. Anyone who knows Germany’s capital city fairly well knows about Tempelhof airport. Its sprawling, vast green spaces and runways haven’t seen an airplane since 2008, […]

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