Based on what I've seen on Twitter, this will be about as popular an opinion as calling for a national ban on puppies.
It's a moment Brandon Bajema relishes each year — receiving the email notification that Chicago Cubs tickets for spring training games in Arizona are about to go on sale.
With spring training now (theoretically) weeks away and labor talks gaining momentum, perhaps you're curious about where things stand. This guide is designed to explain the key issues, what matters and when there might actually be baseball again.
Whatever harm Barry Bonds did to baseball pales in comparison to the damage baseball inflicted on itself both at the time and since. So say what you will about the steroids era, at least the games were still worth watching.
Locked-out Major League Baseball players removed the first of three major obstacles to a labor contract
While the NFL dominated the sports landscape the past two weekends, Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association continued to dawdle and damage their own popularity.
Locked out baseball players plan to make a counteroffer to management on Monday.
Major League Baseball and the players' association are scheduled to meet Thursday, ending a 42-day break in negotiations that began when management started a lockout.
Whether it’s full on reconstructive surgery or just some touch ups around the edges, Major League Baseball could look a lot different the next time we see it.
You know what would have been nice? Locked-out Major League Baseball giving its fans some good news Monday.
There will be no virtual component to compensate, and fans who purchased tickets will receive full refund, the team says.
In the final hours of transactions before Major League Baseball initiated the lockout that persists even as a new year begins, righthanded pitcher Marcus Stroman, in the span of a two-word tweet, authored a plot twist.
Neal placed on waivers, three others sent to Springfield, as team makes roster room for returning players.
MIAMI — The National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., is a quaint place lost in time. It’s a village with an estimated 1,750 people actually living there. It is a Norman Rockwell painting. You aren’t sure what decade you’re in. The Hall’s address is Main Street, although that migh…
Francisco Lindor’s $341 million contract with the New York Mets was supposed to be a boon for other shortstops.
A few weeks ago, Dave Dombrowski attended an Arizona Fall League game that featured 18 runs, 21 hits, 10 walks, and 11 pitching changes. It didn't lack for action. Phillies shortstop prospect Bryson Stott stood at the center of it all, with a double, a sacrifice fly, and a run scored.
The ink was hardly dry on Corey Seager’s $325 million, 10-year contract with the Texas Rangers last week when baseball’s historically hurried free agency period crashed to a halt.
Max Scherzer stars in the last video posted to Major League Baseball’s TikTok account before the league locked out the players Thursday morning.
CHICAGO — "The Cuban Comet" has landed in Cooperstown. Minnie Miñoso was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday along with two others with Chicago connections, Jim Kaat and Buck O'Neil.
During his weekly chat with St. Louis sports fans, Jeff Gordon also talks Blues and Cardinals roster moves and a hot seat in Columbia, Mo.
At the stroke of midnight, as Wednesday turned into Thursday, Major League Baseball’s collective bargaining agreement expired. In the absence of a new deal, the owners voted to approve an expected, if unnecessary, lockout of the players, thereby icing not only a five-alarm hot stove but also…
NEW YORK (AP) — Before getting locked out, players loaded up Wednesday as big league teams unlocked their coffers for an unprecedented spending spree.
Marcus Stroman rushed to the airport and caught a flight from Los Angeles to Chicago as soon as he got the word from his agent.
With the Hot Stove League shut down, fans clamoring for fresh baseball news are out of luck. We may not have any significant developments to discuss until closer to spring.
As MLB teams spend more than $1.5 billion ahead of an expected lockout, the Chicago Cubs have stayed largely on the sidelines.