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New York Mets Rumors: Amazins Fortify Bullpen With Trade For Former Closer

With only a few days left to make deals in major League Baseball the New York Mets decided to strengthen their bullpen and pulled the trigger on a deal with the Arizona Diamondbacks. ESPN is reporting that the Mets will add Addison Reed to their relief corps and will send two minor league players to... Show More Summary

Vin Scully returning for 67th broadcast season with Dodgers

Major League Baseball treasure Vin Scully, who called games that Jackie Robinson played in, will return to the Los Angeles Dodgers for his 67th season as a broadcaster for the team next year Scully turns 88 in November and first started...Show More Summary

Fan Creates Mashup of 'Perfect Strangers' and the Chicago Cubs

Major League Baseball and '90s sitcoms go together like peanut butter and jelly, or something like that. Presumably drawing inspiration from the San Francisco Giants' rendition of the Full House theme song and another compilation ofShow More Summary

Scott Miller's 2015 Dream MLB Postseason Matchups

The Major League Baseball season is coming down to the stretch run, and many fans are already thinking about the playoffs. What are some dream matchups that fans want to see? Bleacher Report's Scott Miller joins Stephen Nelson to offer some series matchups he would love to see in October. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com

Check Out These Awesomely Ridiculous White Sox 1976 Throwback Jerseys (Pics)

Just about every team in Major League Baseball has worn at least one throwback jersey at some point this year. However, none of them even come close to the awesomely ridiculous White Sox 1976 thowback jerseys worn on Thursday night at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago. In case you’re not familiar with MLB uniform history, […]

Barry Bonds Collusion Grievance Had Merit, Despite Outcome

Yesterday, Major League Baseball arbitrator Frederic Horowitz ruled against Barry Bonds in his collusion grievance against Major League Baseball.   However, all because Major League Baseball's reigning Home Run King lost, it does not mean that Bonds's claims lacked merit. Even without access to private information, there were some undeniable peculiarities with the [...]

Why baseball players have a more effective union than football players?

(Paul Mirengoff) Clark Griffith explains why he thinks “Tom Brady will lose and baseball players win.” It’s because “in Major League Baseball, grievances are heard and decided by an impartial arbitrator. In the National Football League,...Show More Summary

Barry Bonds loses collusion case against MLB

2 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Barry Bonds has lost his collusion grievance against Major League Baseball.

Fan at Phils Game Hurt Soon After Manfred Talks About Safety

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

A woman was injured by a foul ball at a Philadelphia Phillies game Thursday night, hours after the Major League Baseball commissioner was at the stadium and spoke about increasing fan safety.

Barry Bonds Loses Collusion Case Against MLB over End of Career

An arbitrator ruled Major League Baseball teams didn't collude to prevent Barry Bonds from getting a new contract following the 2007 season, per CBSSports.com's Jon Heyman. Using the legislative strength of the MLB Players Association, Bonds filed his grievance against MLB back in May. Show More Summary

Spieth stumbles out of the blocks at Barclays

“I remember that moment, which meant it was pretty special to me”. That a 22-year-old could reference the oldest pitcher (49) to win a Major League Baseball game was peculiar. Fans of any sport always want to know (and debate) who’s No. 1, and now a captivating tussle looms on the horizon. In Gore’s case,

Throwback Thursday: Night Baseball Has a Hit

2 days agoSports : Vice: Sports

There was no better proof of the concept for night baseball than a 1910 game at White Sox Park, but Major League Baseball wouldn't have its first artifically lit game for 25 more years.

Phillies Reportedly to Install Additional Protective Netting Behind Home Plate

There have been multiple scary incidents around Major League Baseball this season involving bats and balls going into the crowds, and the Philadelphia Phillies reportedly want to make the in-game experience safer for fans as a result. Ken...Show More Summary

The Wild Card Game will break your heart, crush your spirits

The extra postseason spot has been even crueler than you might have realized. Bud Selig's legacy will be debated for decades, but there's no denying that he made substantial changes to Major League Baseball. The wild card. The second wild card. Show More Summary

MLB's Updated Award Race Winners for 2015

The finish line is in sight for this Major League Baseball season. With less than six weeks to play in the regular season, very little is decided when it comes to the playoff races, sans the Kansas City Royals and St. Louis Cardinals being locks to win their respective Central divisions. Show More Summary

MLB Waiver Wire: Players Any Team Would Be Lucky to Have

The Aug. 31 Major League Baseball waiver trade deadline is less than a week away, but teams prepping for their playoff push still have time to land a player that could help with that. Many big-name players were taken off the market before July 31, but several players are still available to help fill a necessary void. Show More Summary

ESPN Suspends Baseball Analyst – Who Is Also a Former Star Major League Pitcher – After Controversial Tweet

A former star Major League baseball pitcher, who has been an analyst on ESPN since 2010, was suspended from covering the Little League World Series after sending a tweet, reports CNN. Says the story, “Curt Schilling, a star pitcher who...

Sports Briefing | Baseball: Rays’ James Loney Suspended a Game

4 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Loney was also fined an undisclosed amount by Major League Baseball for making contact with an umpire.

ESPN's Curt Schilling Suspended After Controversial Tweet

If you follow Major League Baseball you know who Curt Schilling is. If you follow celebrities who do and say stupid things in public you probably also know who Curt Schilling is. The outspoken former pitcher has now been suspended from his on-air job at ESPN after he published a tweet that he really should not have.Click To Continue Reading

MLB Drops Trademark Opposition Against WalletHub For 'W' Logo After WalletHub Bows At The MLB Altar

4 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

You may recall that several months back we wrote about Major League Baseball getting into a trademark dispute with Evolution Finance, who operates a website called WalletHub. The reason for the dispute was that WalletHub's logo was a...Show More Summary

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