This week’s Crap of the Week goes out to Bud Selig.
I love baseball. My affair with the game goes back over 50 years when I was child emulating longtime broadcaster Jack Brickhouse on the gravel field of Hibbard Elementary School in Albany Park.
Take a look at the American League standings. There’s something very wrong going on.
On Tuesday at U.S. Cellular Field, Major League Baseball announced that the White Sox will host the 2013 Civil Rights Games.
Cue the inspirational horns and strings. Get Bob Costas cozied up near a fireplace in a flame-retardant turtleneck.
I love Major League Baseball. But Major League Baseball is wearing me out.
You don’t have to be the head of the Catholic Church to resign. Here’s a list of 10 resignations that should happen.
So, yeah, our fearless leaders all suck. And while what Tagliabue did gives us a sliver of hope that they can’t be megalomaniacs in their fields all the time, ultimately fans have to sit back and shake their heads.
It looks as if the Major League Baseball All-Star Game is heading north.
More instant replay may be coming to baseball sooner rather than later.
The broadcaster admitted he had been reprimanded for the outburst at umpire Mark Wegner, but he also said neither Selig or Reinsdorf asked him to publicly apologize.
Not surprisingly, Ken “The Hawk” Harrelson’s rant against umpire Mark Wegner made its way to the commissioner’s office.
Major League Baseball expanded its playoff format to 10 teams Friday, adding a second wild-card in each league.
Theo Epstein quit as Boston’s general manager in October to become the Cubs’ president of baseball operations, and the teams were unable to reach an agreement by themselves on compensation.
Last week, Jim Crane, the new owner of Houston’s major league ballclub, threw Texas into a tizzy when he mentioned that his marketing division was investigating the possibility of changing the Astros’ nickname when they move to the American League West next season.
Given some time to reconsider, the San Diego Padres have voted in favor of baseball Commissioner Bud Selig’s two-year extension.
Ryan Braun’s appeal of his positive drug test began Thursday before baseball arbitrator Shyam Das.
MLB Commissioner Bud Selig will attend SoxFest and field questions from fans at the event.
Ryan Braun shouldn’t keep his MVP. Not if the test result showing that the Milwaukee Brewers’ star left fielder and 2011 NL MVP had elevated levels of synthetic testosterone in his system this past season is indeed upheld upon appeal.
Baseball players and owners signed an agreement for a new labor contract Tuesday, a deal that starts blood testing on human growth hormone and expands the playoffs to 10 teams by 2013.