In a move that could signify the beginning of a new era in how Major League Baseball games are distributed, the league is taking over production and distribution of all San Diego Padres games starting with the team’s game against the Miami Marlins on Wednesday night. The move, which was
Steve Garvey, 10-time MLB All-Star, considering US Senate bid in California
The United States Senate could be getting an MVP – literally. Steve Garvey, who won the National League MVP Award in 1974, is considering a Senate bid for 2024. Garvey, who spent his 19-year career with the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres, is meeting with voters and senior
Alex Rodriguez 'shocked and surprised' former high school and MLB teammate said he would 'die a lonely man'
Alex Rodriguez and Doug Mientkewicz spent only one year as teammates in the major leagues, so it may make sense they would not have the best relationship ever. However, that was not their only time as teammates – the two played both baseball and football together at Westminster Christian School
MLB umpire faces criticism after getting in face of Astros' Jeremy Peña
An on-field dispute between an MLB player and an umpire is not uncommon. But Tuesday’s occurrence between Houston Astros star shortstop Jeremy Peña and home plate umpire Jerry Layne was noteworthy due to the egregious nature of a particular strike call. During Peña’s at-bat in the bottom of the third
MLB pitcher rips Dodgers for reinviting controversial anti-Catholic group to Pride Night
The Los Angeles Dodgers invited the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (SPI) to their Pride Night before rescinding and then reinviting the group. All of the decisions made by the organization received backlash. Now, an MLB player is speaking out about the second invite. Trevor Williams, a starting pitcher for the
Former MLB pitcher David Hess says he has been diagnosed with cancer a second time
David Hess stepped away from Major League Baseball in 2021 after doctors diagnosed him with cancer. On Friday, the pitcher revealed his battle with the disease is not over. “The last couple weeks have been a whirlwind for us with this cancer journey that seems to never want to end,”
Craig Kimbrel joins elite MLB company with milestone save
Craig Kimbrel solidified himself as one of baseball’s greatest closers on Friday night with a historic achievement. The Philadelphia Phillies reliever became just the eighth player in MLB history to record 400 saves. Kimbrel joins Mariano Rivera, Trevor Hoffman, Lee Smith, Francisco Rodriguez, John Franco, Billy Wagner, and Kenley Jansen.
A's off to worst MLB start since 1932, projected for most losses in season since 1899
The Oakland Athletics are off to one brutal start to a season. The A’s lost 3-2 to the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday for their sixth loss in a row, dropping Oakland to a 10-40 start through 50 games of the 2023 Major League Baseball season. Fans watch a game between
Mets broadcasters destroy 'shameful' MLB decision after four-hour rain delay; fans irate on social media
The New York Mets and Washington Nationals played less than three innings for about 38 minutes on Saturday before it was finally called after a roughly four-hour rain delay. The game began at 4:05 p.m. and was delayed at 4:43, and no updates were provided until the ultimate suspension of
Longtime MLB umpire Don Denkinger dead at 86
Don Denkinger, who worked as a Major League umpire for nearly 30 years, died Friday at the age of 86. Denise Hanson, one of Denkinger’s three daughters, said he died at Cedar Valley Hospice in Waterloo, Iowa. Umpire Don Denkinger watches the action during an MLB game June 24, 1995.