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Biggest Duds of MLB's 1st Quarter, Position by Position

One thing you have to be willing to do early on in any given Major League Baseball season is forgive bad performances. It can, after all, take time for guys to get on track. But having reached (well, actually slightly surpassed) the one-quarter mark of the 2015 season, we're past that point now. Show More Summary

Best and craziest sports plays from the last week

With the NBA and NHL playoffs in full swing, not to mention some exciting action from Major League Baseball  and various soccer leagues, this past week was chock full of great and crazy exciting sports plays. Below are a few of the better ones you might have missed over the last 7 days. Show More Summary

Brewers' Smith Suspended for Applying Substance to Arm

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Milwaukee Brewers reliever Will Smith received an eight-game suspension from Major League Baseball on Friday for having an unauthorized substance on his arm in Thursday's 10-1 loss to the Braves, but will file an appeal.

Norge Luis Ruiz Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation on Cuban Star

Cuban players have enjoyed a great deal of success in Major League Baseball in recent years, and the next potential star from Cuba could be on the verge of joining the league in the form of pitcher Norge Luis Ruiz. Continue for updates. Ruiz...Show More Summary

The NFL and Major League Baseball are the most attended sports leagues in the world

When it comes to attendance at a sporting event no sports league has a larger average crowd than the National Football League and it is not even close, according to data provided by Sporting Intelligence. In 2014, the average NFL game drew 68,776 fans, more than 25,000 fans per game more than the next-highest league (the German Bundesliga, 43,500). Show More Summary

Will Smith Suspended for Foreign Substance on Arm: Latest Details and Reaction

Milwaukee Brewers left-handed relief pitcher Will Smith has been suspended eight games by Major League Baseball after a foreign substance was noticed on his arm Thursday night. MLB Communications on Twitter released the official details...Show More Summary

Creating the Ultimate Starting Lineup Through 1st Quarter of 2015 MLB Season

Believe it or not, the Major League Baseball season has reached the quarter mark. It has been an exciting season thus far, with tons of surprising teams and performances. Bleacher Report's National MLB Columnist Scott Miller joined Stephen...Show More Summary

Nats Journal: MASN unhappy with Rob Manfred’s comments, file letter with NYC Supreme Court

As the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles await a New York Supreme Court judge’s written decision in the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network dispute, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred made comments Thursday that irked MASN’s attorneys. Show More Summary

MLB 'Contender or Pretender' Breakdown at the One-Quarter Mark

We can stop guessing now. A quarter of the way through the 2015 season, we know who the big winners in Major League Baseball are. They're right there in plain sight. We do, however, have to decide whether to believe in them. To do that,...Show More Summary

MLB Baseball Launches Pride Wear

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Major League Baseball has launched a line of "Pride" rainbow t-shirts and hats. T-shirts are $30 and caps are $20. Not all teams are available at this writing, but right now I'm seeing the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, Detroit Tigers, Oakland Athletics, and Washington Nationals. Show More Summary

Bryce Harper Makes Us Care About Baseball. A Lot

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Football has Gronkowski and basketball has Derrick Rose. But we’ve never really swooned for a major league baseball player. Bryce Harper, the Washington Nationals’ 22-year-old […]

MLB All-Star Game: 5 Surprising Players Sure to Be All-Stars

The Major League Baseball All-Star game takes place on July 14, and some players are already making a strong argument for their inclusion on the team. The likes of Mike Trout, Miguel Cabrera and other routine selections will most likely find themselves involved in the all-star festivities again this year. Show More Summary

MLB and Reds Discussing Rose Role at All-Star Game

3 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Pete Rose's role at the All-Star game in Cincinnati will be determined by Major League Baseball and the Reds after they determine what other obligations the banned career hits leader has.

Dodgers' Ryu Out for Season After Shoulder Surgery

3 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin will be sidelined for the rest of the season after having arthroscopic surgery on his troublesome left shoulder on Thursday, the Major League Baseball team said.

A Shorter Season In MLB Isn't Coming Anytime Soon Due To TV, Streaming, And Attendance

While it could allow for expanded playoffs and a less cramped travel schedule for the players, talk of going back to a 154 game season in Major League Baseball remains just that... talk.

Thanks Robin!

A little over 30 years ago I happened to be reading Newsweek magazine. When I reached the back page, there read the headline "Strike Out Little League" by Robin Roberts. Robin Roberts was a Major League Baseball starting pitcher who pitched primarily for the Philadelphia Phillies (1948-61). Show More Summary

Dodgers' Ryu to Have Surgery; Likely Out for Season

4 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Ryu Hyun-jin will have arthroscopic surgery on his troublesome left shoulder this week, likely ending his season, the Major League Baseball team said on Wednesday.

Angels' Matt Joyce Shows He's Serious About Never Being Late Again

After getting benched on Monday for showing up late to the ballpark, Los Angeles Angels outfielder Matt Joyce is making sure he never makes that mistake again. It's rare for Major League Baseball teams to play a day game on Mondays, but that was the case for Los Angeles this week. Show More Summary

What if Billy Beane Managed Supply Chains?

Supply Chain Management lessons from Money Ball For starters, Billy Bean wouldn’t be as famous. That’s just the reality when comparing Major League Baseball to procurement.But we’d bet that he’d still be a winner and likely, a revolutionary Supply Chain Executive. Take note of the teams from last year’s MLB playoffs: The [...]

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