Major League Baseball is prepared to add new rules to speed up games in 2018 even if the players union doesn't sign off on the changes, ESPN reported Thursday. Read more...
Friday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at everything coming to a head this offseason. You might be wondering why the Major League Baseball Players Association is all of a sudden fighting the pace of play changes so hard. The shortest answer...Show More Summary
Everything you need to know about collusion in MLB. With free agency at a standstill, the word “collusion” has made its way into Major League Baseball coverage once again. Agents are taking notes in negotiations, in case a grievance is filed against ownership and evidence is needed. Show More Summary
The Hall of Fame umpire worked 4,673 games from 1962 to 1992, including five World Series, nine National League Championship Series and six All-Star Games.
The announcement comes as he waits to see whether he will be inducted into the Hall stateside as well. Hideki Matsui is on the Baseball Hall of Fame ballot for the first time in 2018, having retired from Major League Baseball in 2012,...Show More Summary
No Major League Baseball team (or any sports organization, for that matter) wants to leave money on the table. When the opportunity presents itself to maximize profits, teams and their owners are going to pounce on that additional revenue. Show More Summary
In the first of our ‘get to know your Cavalry’ series we spoke to Cavalry original and firm fan favourite Steve Kent. A Canberra native, Steve is currently signed to Major League Baseball (MLB) side Atlanta Braves but has returned every summer to don the orange for his beloved Cavalry. So without further ado, let’s […]
Those filmed include major stars like the Seattle Mariners’ David Phelps and the Atlanta Braves’ Joey Wentz.
MLB agent Jason Wood calls the allegations "absurd and untrue."
CSE Talent has fired sports agent Jason Wood, who ran its baseball division, after allegations emerged that he was secretly filming clients who showered at his home. The Major League Baseball Players Association has suspended Wood’s credentials while it conducts an investigation. The St. Show More Summary
The former Major League Baseball player was arrested in October after a fight with an acquaintance at his home.
To the editor: For mothers and young daughters, I suppose beauty pageants are the flip side of Little League baseball for fathers and sons. (“There are three activities I won't let my daughters try. One is beauty pageants,” Opinion, Jan. 4) Parents of both genders of course want their offspring...
D.C. United will open its new stadium July 14, illuminating a once-forgotten part of the city that, three days later, will bask in the spotlight of Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game. Audi Field, a 20,000-capacity soccer venue, is under construction at Buzzard Point in Southwest D.C., two blocks from Nationals Park, which this spring will […]
Did you all peep WAGS ATL last night? Despite Jair Jurrjens not playing in Major League Baseball and being caught for roids…the swirly couple has a gigantic house. Also, turn the pages for more highlights from the show… WAGS Atlanta
Jonah Keri talks to Negro Leagues Baseball Museum President Bob Kendrick
Tuesday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at the quiet offseason that needs to get loud in a hurry. We don't know if the owners of Major League Baseball are colluding to lower the price of free agents by waiting players out until they're desperate enough to sign for less than they want or are worth. Show More Summary
Following the allegations of sexual assault on Baseball star Miguel Sano by Twin Cities photographer Betsy Bissen, the Major League Baseball (MLB) responded that they are looking on the matter against the Twins third baseman. MLB spokesman...Show More Summary
Dec 28 (The Sports Xchange) - Minnesota Twins All-Star slugger Miguel Sano is under investigation by Major League Baseball for a 2015 incident in which a photographer alleges Sano attempted to sexually assault her. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
This is amazing! What’s the nicest thing you’ve ever gotten your parents for Christmas? Former University of Virginia baseball player Pavin Smith has a pretty great answer to that question: Their house. Thank you for everything you have done for me! This doesn’t make up for any of it. Show More Summary
Los Angeles Angels-bound Shohei Ohtani bid farewell to fans of his former Japanese club on Monday as he sets off to join his new Major League Baseball team. The star pitcher and hitter wore an Angels jersey to his news conference. He opened with an introduction in English, saying: “Long time, no...