By Travis Waldron on July 16, 2014
Commissioner Bud Selig used the All-Star Game to honor Glenn Burke, who was open to his teammates in the 1970s, and announce new initiatives to promote inclusion in baseball.
By Travis Waldron on May 23, 2014
The Giants and Marlins, meanwhile, both agreed to pay more than $200,000 in backwages thanks to improper pay practices involving interns and clubhouse workers.
By Travis Waldron on April 23, 2014
Wrigley Field, the home of the Chicago Cubs, hosted its first game 100 years ago today. There's nothing in baseball quite like it.
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By Travis Waldron on April 22, 2014
Major League Baseball clubs are again celebrating Earth Day to reduce energy consumption and promote environmentalism.
By Travis Waldron on March 31, 2014
Breaking down baseball's new season.
By Travis Waldron on March 28, 2014
In the last 10 years, player salaries have fallen behind the growth of MLB's revenues -- and the gap is getting bigger.
By Travis Waldron on February 13, 2014
Lawsuit says some players are paid less than $7,500 and often work without pay.
By Travis Waldron on January 12, 2014
A 60 Minutes interview with the man claims to have supplied Alex Rodriguez with performance enhancing drugs shows that no one is serious about fixing baseball's drug problem.
By Travis Waldron on January 11, 2014
Alex Rodriguez has been suspended for the entire 2014 season, but there are no winners in baseball's latest performance enhancing drug-related ordeal.
By Travis Waldron on January 8, 2014
Why I no longer care about the debate over whether steroid users should be included in baseball's Hall of Fame.