by Zack Ford May 23, 2016 Updated: May 24, 2016
Over 40,000 Padres fans there for Pride Night watched as the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus did NOT sing the national anthem.
by Lindsay Gibbs Apr 15, 2016
Three teams -- the Atlanta Braves, Los Angeles Angels, and Colorado Rockies -- don't have a single black player on their roster.
by Scott Rodd - Guest Contributor Apr 4, 2016
“I was miserable in a sport that used to give me life, and ultimately I decided I needed to hang up my cleats for my own sanity.”
by Kiley Kroh Jan 15, 2016
Thanks to Jessica Mendoza, there's a compelling new reason to watch baseball on Sunday nights.
by Kiley Kroh Dec 13, 2015
Finalizing a policy is only the first step in a larger process. Now, the league is faced with the much more daunting task of enforcing it.
by Bryce Covert Aug 22, 2015
The new policy comes as part of the MLB's multi-year plan to change its own culture around domestic violence and sexual assault.
by Travis Waldron Apr 27, 2015
John Angelos, the Orioles chief operating officer, defends protesters rallying against the death of Freddie Gray.
by Travis Waldron Apr 16, 2015
Yasiel Puig is going to stop flipping his bat to show he "respects the game." That's a shame.
by Travis Waldron Apr 2, 2015
Baseball salaries are rising, but they aren't keeping up with overall revenue growth. For minor league players, it's even worse.
by Travis Waldron Dec 18, 2014
Could normalizing relations with Cuba lead to an even bigger influx of Cuban ballplayers, while addressing some of the problems they face getting here? It's complicated.