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MLB announces postseason plans, with various notable points

10 hours agoSports : Awful Announcing

On Thursday, Major League Baseball released an excessive amount of information this year regarding their plans for the MLB Postseason. There’s a lot to break down here, so let’s hit on some of the major bullet points. -No World Series games will be going head to head with either Monday or Thursday Night Football. Show More Summary

Bro at Yankees vs. Orioles Game Caught on Camera Lifting Weights

There's plenty of downtime during a Major League Baseball game, even for the fans. During Saturday's game between the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards, a random bro was spotted taking a break from the game to lift...Show More Summary

It Is Major League Baseball's Turn to Finally Address Player Safety

And just like that, Giancarlo Stanton’s MVP-caliber season came to a tragic end. Batting in the fifth inning of Thursday’s game against Milwaukee, Stanton was struck flush in the left cheek by an 88 mph fastball from right-hander Mike Fiers. Show More Summary

Chris Davis' 25-Game Suspension Could Impact O's More Than You'd Think

Literally and figuratively, the Baltimore Orioles have lost a big piece for their upcoming trip to October. The word came down late Friday morning: Chris Davis, the Hulk-sized first baseman who led Major League Baseball with 53 home runs in 2013, has been suspended for 25 games for testing positive for an amphetamine. Show More Summary

MLB Suspends Chris Davis 25 Games for Amphetamines

Major League Baseball suspended Baltimore Orioles infielder Chris Davis for amphetamine use. The 25-game ban takes effect immediately and extends into the postseason. Baltimore enjoys a 10-game lead in the AL East and appears as a lock to win the division. Show More Summary

Orioles' Davis Banned 25 Games by MLB for Doping

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Baltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis was suspended 25 games by Major League Baseball on Friday for violating the league's joint drug prevention and treatment program.

One Of MLB's Biggest Sluggers Suspended For Failed Drug Test

Chris Davis, who hit 53 home runs for the Baltimore Orioles last year, has been suspended 25 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for amphetamines according to Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Davis will miss the final 17 games of the regular season and won't be available for the Orioles' first eight games of the playoffs. Show More Summary

Juggernaut Angels Positioned as World Series Favorites Heading Toward Postseason

No team in Major League Baseball is hotter right now than the Los Angeles Angels, who have positioned themselves as the favorites to reach—and maybe even win—the World Series thanks to an incredible second-half run that continued Thursday...Show More Summary

This Assassin's Creed toy is sort of nice, also awful

Major League Baseball's San Francisco Giants hosted the organization's first-ever "Video Gamer Night" Wednesday ahead of a game with the visiting Arizona Diamondbacks. Admission to the special event at AT&T Park came with an exclusive figure, designed by Todd McFarlane. Show More Summary

Why Are Baseball Seasons 162 Games Long?

3 days agoOdd : Neatorama

I honestly did not realize that the Major League Baseball season was 162 games long, but I’ve often been impressed at how many games they play. There aren’t too many days off for a player between April and October! But why 162? The reason involves math, the history of baseball, and a little more math. Show More Summary

MLB announces 2014 postseason dates, TV schedule

The 110th World Series is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, Oct. 22 in the American League park. The 2014 postseason schedule was announced by Major League Baseball on Thursday. The playoffs get underway on Tuesday, Sep. 30 with the American...Show More Summary

Here's One Theory To Explain The Declining Numbers Of Black Baseball Players

The number of black baseball players on Major League Baseball teams stands around 8% – that's a huge decline compared to the 1970s. So what happened? Produced by Alex Kuzoian. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »

Arrest in alleged Yasiel Puig smuggling case

3 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Florida man accused by feds in connection with major league baseball star's 2012 boat trip from Cuba to Mexico

Watch Mike Piazza blast a towering home run and soothe New York post-9/11

Following the September 11 terrorist attacks, Major League Baseball canceled all games for 10 days. It was not a time for baseball, or for sports at all, really, but for reflection. On September 21, 2001, play resumed in New York, with the Mets taking on division rival the Braves. Show More Summary

2014 MLB Award Race Odds Updates with 3 Weeks to Go

The 2014 Major League Baseball season may be winding down, but like the pennant races and wild-card chases, a lot of the individual award competitions are gearing up. As the 30 clubs make their way toward the finish line, players are...Show More Summary

2014 MLB standings: Tracking the playoff race

Keep track of every divisional race in baseball plus Wild Card standings as well. The 2014 Major League Baseball playoffs will get underway a few days after the regular season ends on Sep. 28, beginning with the Wild Card Games, followed...Show More Summary

Tony Clark, Executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association

In July, Tony Clark became the executive director of the baseball players union, the first former player in that role. Clark played in the major leagues at first base for 15 seasons with a slew of teams: Arizona, the New York Mets and...Show More Summary

Selecting the 2014 All-Prospect Team at Each Minor League Level

While the playoffs at full-season levels are starting to wrap up, it’s time to start looking back at another great year of minor league baseball. After breaking down the hottest and coldest prospects throughout the minors during theShow More Summary

Joe Torre Reportedly Clarifies MLB's New Home-Plate Collision Rules

Major League Baseball executive vice president Joe Torre reportedly issued a memorandum on Tuesday to provide clarity to the home-plate collision rules that have been implemented for the 2014 season. ESPN.com's Jayson Stark reported on Torre's message to the umpires, which concerns Rule 7:13. Show More Summary

Things safer than attending a major league baseball game

A lot of people get hurt by foul balls while watching a game at a big league ballpark. Here are three things you should do instead. Approximately 1,750 fans are injured by batted balls during Major League Baseball games each year, according...Show More Summary

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