Alex Rodriguez has several missteps by MLB to point to in his favor.
MLB announced the official expansion of replay Thursday.
Alex Rodriguez is insufferable. But when it comes to steroids in baseball, should he also have to suffer alone?
Now the waiting begins for Alex Rodriguez and Major League Baseball.
Alex Rodriguez walked out of his grievance hearing Wednesday after arbitrator Fredric Horowitz refused to order baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to testify.
Major League Baseball umpire Wally Bell died of an apparent heart attack Monday, a week after working the NL playoff series between the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals. He was 48.
Alex Rodriguez has sued Major League Baseball and its commissioner, saying they are trying to destroy his reputation and career.
Tim Baffoe addresses Bud Selig’s pending retirement in his weekly mailbag.
Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says he plans to retire in January 2015.
Major League Baseball is expanding its video review process next season, giving managers a tool they’ve never had.
Following the multitude of player suspensions Monday that saw Alex Rodriguez suspended for 211 games, Major League Baseball’s commissioner Bud Selig released the following statement.
Alex Rodriguez might not make it back to the Yankees this year. Or ever.
Are you ready for some good ol’ public flogging and moral superiority that results essentially in nothing but another baseball dry hump?
There hasn’t been a forfeit in Major League Baseball since 1995.
By Tim Baffoe- (CBS) I’ve long contended that one of America’s most heinous shortcomings is the underappreciation of the film Joe Versus The Volcano. Since you’re probably not privy, the film is about a guy played […]
Major League Baseball is moving ahead with plans to expand instant replay next year.
They break windows and throw bottles in the street and really stick it to The Man when they think The Man (who likely hasn’t oppressed them, as these twenty-somethings are mostly suburban-raised fortunates thinking they’re cool by slumming it in the city for street cred) isn’t looking.
In light of those issues, what might be the wisest thing for MLB to do is to work with the NCAA to help college baseball secure a legitimate television contract to broadcast the sport on a national level.
If baseball truly wants to take the next step forward, bleed technology for all it can give. Just make sure you get it right.