MLB is fighting a labor war on two fronts. Kind of impressive, really.
Fans should expect CBA negotiations to drag on and potentially impact the 2022 season.
Rosenthal criticized commissioner Rob Manfred, which Manfred didn't like very much.
Plus, the Twins sign Alex Colomé while the Brewers add Kolten Wong.
The former Mets manager and current Angels pitching coach's offenses spanned more than five years.
Plus, thoughts on the handful of free agent signings in recent days.
Also: Marcus Semien signs with the Jays, the HOF throws a shutout, and Curt Schilling takes himself out of the running.
Lost in yesterday’s transaction news was this article by Kevin Draper of The New York Times. It’s titled, “Hall of Fame Voting, Once an Honor, Is Now…
Meanwhile, the Nationals sign veteran reliever Brad Hand.
The Hall of Famer leaves behind a tremendous legacy both in baseball and in civil rights activism.
The Jays make their long-awaited big signing, making a serious push to compete in the AL East in 2021.
Porter was with the Cubs in 2016 when he sent a foreign reporter over 60 messages, many of which went unanswered, per an ESPN report.