MLB would like to administer the COVID-19 vaccine to players and staff, but the national rollout is making that streamlined option unlikely.
How have we not gotten more of the story behind A.J. Hinch twice smashing the monitors with a baseball bat during the Astros' sign-stealing scheme?
Trying to win is a market inefficiency in MLB. And that diagnosis of baseball's problem is now so obvious it's a cliche.
The pandemic-shortened MLB season wiped baseball from some diehard fans' summers, and then exposed doubts about the league they may have been harboring before.
Kim Ng’s career was worth noticing and celebrating and, above all, respecting even before the Miami Marlins hired her as the first female general manager in a major men’s sport at the start of this offseason. Hopefully, if she had time to read those reactions while she acquainted herself with the dynamic young Miami organization that just proved itself postseason-worthy, she took them as compliments. Ng’s desire to be a GM has been well-known around baseball for years.
Managers say they will get vaccinated, and the league plans to "promote" vaccination. But how will they encourage widespread acceptance of the vaccine among players?
That crazy thing that just happened in the game? Yeah, you can probably buy a T-shirt about it by morning. Here's why.
Please clap for the Cleveland Indians realizing their name is racist but not changing it yet.
There are a lot of ways to die in a pandemic and not end up a COVID stat. One is to be in fading health and not be able to get lifesaving care when needed.