SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twitter will live stream for free one Major League Baseball game and one NHL game per week under a new deal. The agreement announced Monday will allow viewers to watch games nationally that would normally be available only in the two teams' home markets.
Twitter announced today that it will stream one Major League Baseball (MLB) game and one National Hockey League (NHL) match every week beginning this fall, as the platform continues to assemble more and more live video content in sports and other categories. Show More Summary
Twitter has reportedly secured the rights to stream weekly games from both Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League, significantly boosting its nascent entry into live sports.
Twitter is continuing its summer winning streak with deals to livestream a number of games from Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League. The agreements, announced on Monday morning, will give the company the rights to broadcast out-of-market games along with additional content. Show More Summary
Twiitter’s live-streaming splurge continued with Monday’s announcement of pacts with Major League Baseball, the National Hockey League and 120 Sports.
Twitter is fast turning into a digital hangout for sports fans, striking deals with Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League to host live video of games.
Twitter is expanding its live sports plans, with weekly, livestreamed games from Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League. The livestreams will be available for free to out-of-market viewers, whether they’re logged into Twitter or not. Show More Summary
With his distinctive style and ear-to-ear smile, Ken Griffey Jr. was inducted into the Major League Baseball (MLB) Hall of Fame on Sunday along with former slugger Mike Piazza.
Baseball's Hall of Fame will open its doors to two of the most impactful hitters in recent memory when Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza enter the Cooperstown, New York, shrine Sunday. Griffey and Piazza entered Major League Baseball at...Show More Summary
The Chicago White Sox’s announcement that Chris Sale was being scratched from Saturday’s start for a “non-physical” clubhouse incident sent shock waves around Major League Baseball. With the MLB trade deadline just a week away, how would this impact one of the league’s most valuable pitchers, one whom the Sox were reportedly looking to deal […]
Major League Baseball will consider practically everything.
Better buckle up. Major League Baseball's August 1 trade deadline is fast approaching, and the market appears to be flooded with buyers. Let's take that as our cue to get into how every team can all make out well. Ahead are blueprints...Show More Summary
Major League Baseball is considering a limit on the number of relief pitchers a team can use as a way to speed up the game and make the later innings more interesting, Commissioner Rob Manfred said in an ESPN interview Thursday. Presented with a scenario in which restrictions are placed on the...
They sit across the negotiating table as adversaries, but Rob Manfred and Tony Clark are also partners. As the commissioner of Major League Baseball and the head of its players union, respectively, Manfred and Clark have significant differences, but also common goals. Show More Summary
New York state is teaming up with Major League Baseball and others including Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez to create a youth baseball and softball academy in the Bronx. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo... To view the full story, click the title link.
With Major League Baseball's trade deadline looming on August 1, there are some big names who could be on the trading block, including Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy. On Wednesday, sources told ESPN The Magazine's Buster Olney that the Brewers and Cleveland Indians are "in talks" for the two-time All-Star. More to follow. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
July means sellers reign supreme in Major League Baseball. That rings true at least from an attention standpoint, as teams that are out of contention are ready to turn an eye to the future and make a splash. It's not the most difficult...Show More Summary
As one of Major League Baseball's best left-handed relievers over the past two seasons, Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Will Smith has come up in trade discussions ahead of the deadline. Continue for updates. Report: Giants Expressing Interest...Show More Summary
Rick Porcello spoke candidly and passionately about Major League Baseball's current drug-testing program, a policy he thinks is flawed.
A look at the three plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit against Major League Baseball.