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Mike Matuella Injury: Updates on MLB Prospect's Recovery from Tommy John Surgery

Duke right-hander Mike Matuella, one of the top prospects in the 2015 Major League Baseball draft, has become the latest hurler to undergo Tommy John surgery. Continue for updates. ESPN: Matuella Having TJ Surgery Wednesday, April 1 According...Show More Summary

MLB Responds To Indiana's 'Religious Freedom' Law

1 hour agoNews : Huffington Post

Major League Baseball is following both the WNBA and NBA in releasing a response amid backlash against Indiana's 'religious freedom' bill, which was signed into law last week. In a statement released Wednesday, MLB (which does not have...Show More Summary

MLB: Which Teams Have the Most Facebook Likes in Each County?

The 2015 Major League Baseball season gets under way Sunday night, when the St. Louis Cardinals visit the Chicago Cubs at iconic Wrigley Field, and Sports on Facebook shared a series of maps detailing the clubs U.S. users root for. Sports...Show More Summary

How to Celebrate MLB's Opening Day

Opening Day around Major League Baseball represents a clean slate, a chance to put aside the fortunes and misfortunes of 2014 and to cast off that winter coat, scarf, gloves and knit hat in favor of a cap and some flip flops. In a similar...Show More Summary

MLB players only get paid 6 months a year, so they're using Spring Training to get smarter about managing their money

The sports world is littered with sad tales of professional athletes who made millions only to later go broke. Major League Baseball players in particular face a unique set of circumstances that can make managing their money especially challenging. Show More Summary

Ranking the 15 True Aces of Major League Baseball

Having one in the hole is a great start. Having two in the pocket can virtually guarantee the desired outcome. The problem is, they are rare. True aces are few and far between, and they are built over time. One-hit wonders are false idols until they show staying power. Show More Summary

Selecting MLB's 2015 All-Future Team

In less than a week, Major League Baseball's 2015 regular season will begin. But just for fun, let's pretend the 2020 campaign were about to get underway. In that fantastical, five-years-in-the-future world, what would be the best team...Show More Summary

How 2015 MLB Spring Training Has Changed the Regular-Season Landscape

After what has been several weeks (but by now feels like several months) of spring training, the 2015 Major League Baseball season is only days—nay, hours—away. But before the stalwart St. Louis Cardinals travel to Wrigley Field to face...Show More Summary

How The Deal Between DISH And MLB Helps Pave The Way For In-Market Streaming

An agreement reached between DISH and Major League Baseball is one step closer to getting baseball games streamed in-market to computers, smartphones, and other internet enable devices without blackouts.

MLB average salary exceeds $4 million

Major league players in 2015 are making, on average, $600,000 more than they earned just three years ago. The average yearly salary for a Major League Baseball player is expected to exceed $4 million when clubs set their rosters on Sunday,...Show More Summary

This Korean baseball team's ceremonial first pitch was AN ACTUAL FIREBALL

Fire is way better than presidents, actors or baseball legends. Get with the times, MLB. The KT Wiz of the Korean Baseball Organization played their first-ever game on Tuesday. In Major League Baseball, a similar occasion might result...Show More Summary

Minor league baseball team offering 'Heart Attack Burger' at stadium

Heart Attack Burger. 120 characters aren't enough to tell you what's on it so here's the link! (...)

Baseball Showing Empathy For Its Spanish-Speaking Players

Summary: The New York Times has a wonderful story about how Major League Baseball “has been working with the players’ union on an initiative this season to encourage every team to have a Spanish-speaking interpreter to help players communicate with the largely English-speaking news media in their native language.”

National Baseball Hall of Fame's App Pings You With Location-Based Facts

With Major League Baseball season less than a week away, the National Baseball Hall of Fame is tapping into sports fans' addiction to their smartphones this year. Today, the Hall of Fame is launching a mobile app dubbed The Beacon that gives users a virtual tour of the museum in Cooperstown, N.Y. Show More Summary

Baseball Working to Help Spanish-Speaking Players Express Themselves

yesterdayNews : NYTimes: News

Major league teams are being encouraged to have an interpreter for players who typically rely on teammates, coaches, clubhouse attendants and others.

Baseball Working to Help Spanish-Speaking Players Express Themselves

yesterdaySports / Baseball : Bats

Major league teams are being encouraged to have an interpreter for players who typically rely on teammates, coaches, clubhouse attendants and others.

Game-changer: Major League Baseball team creates in-stadium nursery for moms

The Cincinnati Reds are hoping their stadium's new nursing suite will be a game-changing hit with moms.The team's Great American Ballpark is believed to be the first stadium to feature a suite "exclusively as a quiet place for moms to feed and care for their babies," according to Reds spokesman Michael Anderson.

Spring Training/Wearable Fitness Devices/Vertigo: Mayo Clinic Radio

The Major League baseball season is about to begin, and for many of us, it signals the start of outdoor fitness activities. To avoid injury, it's a good idea to do some spring training before jumping into your favorite sport. On this week's program, Mayo Clinic sports medicine specialist Dr. Ed Laskowski has tips for getting back […]

How Baseball Became America’s Favorite Monopoly

In theory, spring has finally sprung. But forget crocuses and breathably warm air; the real sign of seasonal change is baseball, America’s favorite monopoly. Major League Baseball has the dubious distinction not only of being entirely exempt from antitrust law, but also being the only major league sport with such a privilege. With the start of the 2015 season still … [More]

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