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.
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.
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.
MLB teams raced to finish up business before baseball's collective bargaining agreement expires Wednesday.
The Texas Rangers are still at it. And in a big way.
Max Scherzer has shattered baseball's record for highest average salary.
Mariners finally joined Major League Baseball’s free-agent frenzy of the past three days, Monday afternoon, by adding the reigning American League Cy Young winner to their starting rotation.
The prevailing line right now across MLB — a league facing a lockout if a new collective bargaining agreement isn’t signed by Dec. 1 — is that things are business as usual.
NEW YORK (AP) — Shohei Ohtani’s two-way season was so incredible, MVP voters filled out the top of their ballots only one way.
In this Year of the Pitcher, both Robbie Ray and Corbin Burnes completed their own kind of comebacks.
It didn’t feel like Randy Arozarena was a rookie this season.
The wait is over.
In two weeks, a committee of 16 Hall of Fame players, managers and executives will debate the worthiness of 10 former players from the Golden Era of baseball (1950s and ‘60s) for long-awaited plaques in Cooperstown.
It was the calm after the storm, the hours that followed Jim Leyland cussing out Barry Bonds during a spring training workout more than 30 years ago.
The Dodgers, despite not extending an $18.4 million qualifying offer to the franchise icon, do not intend to go down without a fight.