Does he have a point?
Is 162 games too many?
Look at all this time we have now…
MLB has reached a decision regarding Yulieski Gurriel’s racist gesture from Friday night.
MLB not extending their netting is idiotic at best and downright dangerous at worst.
It’s important for Major League Baseball to hold true to their traditions. That starts with dismissing some of Rob Manfred’s more off the wall suggestions.
Price appears to have escaped unscathed while Wright can’t catch a break. And, did Rob Manfred actually say something intelligent regarding pace of play?
In light of a potential new extra-innings rule that is still several years off from reaching MLB, we figured: why stop there? So we came up with a list.
It recently came to light that MLB will enforce an Anti-Hazing ban. And while eradicating hazing is an important step, it fails to address bigger issues.
In baseball, there’s only so much you’re going to be able to do to significantly shorten games. Pace of play isn’t the problem.
The Pirates and Mets take advantage of service time rules, Jenrry MejA�a thinks he’s been set up, and we introduce our Sunday Shout Out.
As another week in baseball passes, commissioner Rob Manfred appears to be close to an important decision.
Is bringing the Designated Hitter to the NL change for the sake of it?
Looking back at the All-Star festivities, the continued dominance of Mike Trout and Clayton Kershaw, and more from the week in Major League Baseball.
Is Bryce Harper really the most overrated player in baseball? Does it even matter?
Boston wins the Yoan Moncada sweepstakes, Johan Santana hopes for one last chance, and more from the week in baseball.
The league institutes rules to improve the pace of play, Yoan Moncada moves closer to finding a home, and more from the week in baseball.