MLB warns batters may not attempt to trick pitchers into clock violations
MLB senior vice president Michael Hill wrote in a two-page memo to general managers that the commissioner's office had detected batters attempting to induce quick pitches.
Mother of LA Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw dies
Marianne Tombaugh died Saturday, according to Ellen Kershaw. The pitcher’s wife mentioned it during the dedication of a refurbished youth baseball field in Inglewood that his charity foundation supported.
Oakland A's announcer suspended for using racial slur during broadcast
After appearing to utter a racial slur during a live broadcast Friday night, Oakland A's announcer Glen Kuiper has apologized.
Yogi Berra's granddaughter, Lindsay, discusses 'It Ain't Over'
Lindsay Berra is executive producer of 'It Ain't Over.'
Blue Jays’ Anthony Bass takes shot at United Airlines after pregnant wife forced to pick up child’s mess
Sydney Rae Bass, sister of Jessie James Decker, said United provided the popcorn.
Yankee Stadium's 100th anniversary to be marked Tuesday
The ballpark opened April 18, 1923, with Babe Ruth hitting the first home run in a 4-1 win over Boston before 74,200, at the time called the largest crowd to see a baseball game.
Study: Climate change causing spike in MLB home runs
A new study finds that climate change is making major league sluggers into even hotter hitters, sending an extra 50 or so home runs a year over the fences.
New MLB rules pick up game pace, giving fans more action in less time
The nation’s favorite pastime is taking a little less time now that the new Major League Baseball (MLB) rules are in place.
Anthony Rendon suspended 5 games for altercation with fan
LA Angels infielder Anthony Rendon faces a 5-game suspension for grabbing a fan by the t-shirt and then taking a swipe at him after the team's Opening Day loss against Oakland Athletics.
Budweiser to release new limited-edition Cubs cans
The unique cans are being released for 14 Major League Baseball teams across the league.
YES Network streaming service will let cord-cutters watch Yankees games
The YES Network's new, direct-to-consumer streaming service aims to give non-cable customers the ability to watch New York Yankees games for a monthly or annual fee.
YES Network’s launch of direct-to-consumer subscriptions expected by opening day
With the New York Yankees’ opening day just days away, time is ticking for them to finalize details with the Yankees Entertainment and Sports (YES) Network.
MLB legend Ken Griffey Jr among highest-paid Reds players in 2023
Ken Griffey Jr. has not appeared in a Major League Baseball game since the 2010 season with the Seattle Mariners but he’s still due a paycheck with the Cincinnati Reds this season.
Mets mark March 25th, 'Amazin’ Day'
Mets celebrate Amazin' Day with fans, hosting a series of events throughout the city.
MLB umpires will have a new view for replays this season – on Zoom
Major League Baseball struck a deal with Zoom Video Communications Inc. allowing on-field umpires to watch the replay operations center evaluating contested calls.
Jose Altuve hit-by-pitch in World Baseball Classic, leaves game with thumb fracture
Jose Altuve left Venezuela’s 9-7 quarterfinal loss to the United States on Saturday night with a fractured right thumb after getting hit by a pitch in another injury setback at the World Baseball Classic.
Mets' Díaz expected to miss season with torn patellar tendon
New York Mets closer Edwin Díaz has a torn patellar tendon and is expected to miss the entire season after hurting his right knee while celebrating a victory in the World Baseball Classic.
Joe Pepitone, flamboyant Yankees All-Star, dead at 82
Joe Pepitone, an All-Star and Gold Glove first baseman on the 1960s New York Yankees who gained renown for his flamboyant personality, hairpieces and penchant for nightlife, has died at age 82.
Boston Red Sox Justin Turner 'feeling very fortunate' after wild pitch hits him in face
Boston Red Sox infielder Justin Turner needed 16 stitches after he was hit in the face by a pitch during Monday’s spring training game against the Detroit Tigers.
New MLB pitch clock appears to work, shaves 20 minutes from early games
Major League Baseball approved its first pitch clock this season, and every day is a new experience for the players as they try to get used to them this spring.