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Bleacher Report's Dream 2015 Home Run Derby Contestants

Major League Baseball took a serious swing at improving the Home Run Derby, releasing a revised set of rules Sunday. The biggest change is the introduction of a clock. In the past, hitters kept hacking until they made a certain number of "outs" or non-home runs. Show More Summary

2015 MLB All-Star Rosters: B/R's Final 34-Man Roster Predictions

If you're anxiously awaiting the reveals of the rosters for the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, you need to hang in there for a few more days. The starters won't be announced until Sunday, and the reserves and pitchers won't...Show More Summary

Trade Deadline Outlook for All 30 MLB Teams

As the calendar turns from June to July, the rumor mill is set to heat up around Major League Baseball ahead of the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline. Last year was the busiest trade season in recent memory, and this summer is shaping...Show More Summary

MLB All-Star Voting 2015: Standings, Predictions for Midsummer Classic Roster

It's getting down to the final days of voting for the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, which is probably news to many fans outside of Kansas City. While the balloting is close in a few races, most of the starting positions seem to be locked up barring a late voting barrage from fans. Show More Summary

The Mets have to pay a player who retired in 2001 $1.2 million today — here's why it's actually a smart deal

Bobby Bonilla is 52 years old and hasn't played Major League Baseball since 2001. But the Mets will pay Bonilla $1.2 million today in the latest installment of what many consider one of the worst deals in sports history. Following the 1999 season, the Mets wanted to buy out the final year of Bonilla's contract. Show More Summary

Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton is on pace to do something MLB hasn't seen in 27 years

Cincinnati Reds outfielder Billy Hamilton is single-handedly bringing back one of the most exciting feats in Major League Baseball, the stolen base. On Monday night, Hamilton stole four bases against the Minnesota Twins giving him 40 for the season. Show More Summary

Predicting the 2015 MLB All-Star Game Starting Lineups

The next update will come in three days, and it will be final. Major League Baseball released its sixth All-Star Game balloting update Monday. Final results for the July 14 game in Cincinnati will be announced Sunday. Voters have until...Show More Summary

MLB should steal this awesome All-Star Game event from the KBO

Major League Baseball is tweaking the Home Run Derby format this year that will hopefully revitalize the event, but the league could do so (...)

Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium Hit With Fake Allegations of Health Violations

The Kansas City Health Department recently inspected the baseball stadium. Concessions stands at Kauffman Stadium, the home of Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals, appear to be the target of some guerilla-style takedown campaign. Show More Summary

Watch Will Ferrell Play for 10 Major League Baseball Teams in One Day

2 days agoEntertainment / Film : IFC

This is just begging to be the premise for the next Will Ferrell comedy.

What’s The Future Like For Women Who Want To Play Ball?

On June 21, Melissa Mayeux made Major League Baseball history when she became the first woman to be added to the league’s international registration list. The repercussions of this are bigger than they appear, because as early as July...Show More Summary

Weather Gang: Is Major League Baseball taking storms seriously enough?

The St. Louis Cardinals narrowly avoided disaster when a tornado just missed Busch stadium, packed with fans.

Everything you need to know to become an instant Wimbledon expert

Summer is a weird time for all. The weather turns sticky and we're stuck with a void in the sporting calendar, pretending to care about the new rules of the 2015 Major League Baseball Home Run Derby. How about some Wimbledon, then? Not...Show More Summary

Baseball open to possibly allowing pitchers to use sticky substances

The slippery slope of pitchers using sticky substances is something Major League Baseball could be poised to address at some point in the near future.

MLB announces new timed Home Run Derby format

The Home Run Derby is about to get a whole lot more complicated. Major League Baseball announced Sunday that the league is changing the format for the annual competition held the night before the All-Star game. 2015 Gillette HR Derby presented by Head & Shoulders introduces new format, featuring...

MLB Home Run Derby Gets Face Lift; Will Feature Timed Rounds And Distance Bonuses

[Image via Getty] Major League Baseball announced today a revamped formatting to the Home Run Derby which takes place at the mid-season point each year during All-Star weekend, according to Paul Casella of MLB.com. Instead of the traditional...Show More Summary

Carlos Gomez's Helmet Falls off on Big Swing, Teammate Finds Solution

No player in Major League Baseball swings harder than Carlos Gomez, which occasionally results in the Milwaukee Brewers outfielder falling to a knee and/or losing his helmet. Thanks to a teammate, Gomez can now swing as violently as he wants without having to worry about his helmet falling off. Show More Summary

MLB Announces Single-Elimination Format for 2015 Home Run Derby

Major League Baseball has made changes to the 2015 Home Run Derby, releasing a revamped format on Sunday that will feature timed rounds, single elimination and the game's hottest sluggers in action. MLB Communications has a detailedShow More Summary

MLB News: Johan Santana Suspends Comeback Bid

Johan Santana‘s most recent bid for a Major League Baseball resurgence has hit a brick wall that will not let the left-hander return to the mound in the 2015 season. According to Adam Rubin of ESPN.com, Santana needs more time to recover from a toe problem before he can return to pitching. Show More Summary

Johan Santana Suspends Comeback Bid for 2015 Season

Johan Santana's latest bid for a Major League Baseball return has hit a snag that will keep the left-hander off the mound too long to allow him enough time to ramp things up in 2015. According to ESPN.com's Adam Rubin, Santana needsShow More Summary

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