Eleven women across the major and minor leagues are working in on-field coaching positions this season. As recently as 2018, there were none.
The Phillies have one of the worst fielding teams in the league. They think they can score enough to overcome any amount of errors, flubs and miscues.
Major League Baseball’s most hotly watched violence investigation is dragging on. It could set a new standard for the handling of some of the sport’s ugliest incidents.
A shortened spring training, caused by the labor dispute, was cited as the reason the Dodgers’ ace left his season debut with a perfect game after seven inning
Some of baseball’s most exciting prospects are on opening-day rosters, a reversal from years in which front offices held such players back for long-term contractual reasons.
Major League Baseball’s new deals with Apple TV+ and Peacock are making it more complicated—and expensive—for fans to watch their team’s games.
With five years of labor peace now assured, the future of baseball depends on commissioner Rob Manfred’s ability to make the game more entertaining to new fans.
Players pushed in labor talks for provisions meant to stop teams from losing now to cut costs and get better later. Some teams are already doing just that.
Unvaccinated MLB players won’t be allowed to enter Canada to play against the Toronto Blue Jays. The rule will provide a glimpse into how many players have declined to take the shots.
There were around 200 unsigned free agents who were stuck in limbo when the owners shut down the industry on Dec. 2. With the ratification of a new collective bargaining agreement, those players can now all start looking for jobs—and they don’t have much time.
The deal ends a lockout that began in December, with opening day now set for April 7. The sides agreed to play a full 162-game schedule.
A push to settle the three-month old lockout collapsed, casting doubt on the possibility of a full season in 2022.
The highest-paid player in baseball has emerged as the public face of the players union as its labor dispute with MLB owners drags on.
Players are arguing that MLB’s competitive balance tax has served as a de facto salary cap in a sport that isn’t supposed to have one.
The first two series of the Major League Baseball regular season have been canceled after owners and locked-out players failed to agree on a new labor contract.
Baseball owners and locked-out players made enough progress for management to backtrack on its threat to cancel games if a new collective-bargaining agreement wasn’t in place by the end of Monday.
Derek Jeter has ended his relationship with the Miami Marlins after more than four years as the team’s chief executive and has sold his 4% stake in the club, the former player and team said Monday.
Team owners and players have been meeting in Florida all week. The league says opening day will be delayed if there isn’t a deal to end the lockout by Monday.
When the lockout ends, some players’ pay might be partially determined by their WAR, raising questions from the websites that calculate it.
Owners, union plan to meet every day next week to settle the ongoing lockout.