Nationals slugger Juan Soto has been active on Instagram this offseason, monitoring the hot stove and identifying a few free agents he might like to play with.
Major League Baseball and all 30 of its teams are suing their insurance providers, citing billions of dollars in losses during the 2020 season played almost entirely without fans due to the coronavirus pandemic. The suit, filed in October in California Superior Court in Alameda County, was obtained Friday by The Associated Press, says providers AIG, Factory Mutual and Interstate Fire and Casualty Company have refused to pay claims made by MLB despite the league's ''all-risk'' policy purchases. The league claims to have lost billions of dollars on unsold tickets, hundreds of millions on concessions, tens of millions on parking and millions more on suites and luxury seat licenses, in-park merchandise sales and corporate sponsorships.
On BNNY, host Doug Williams has a special diary entry about the current MLB free agency period and how the Mets have been linked to just about every big-name free agent on the market as well as trades for elite superstars. Doug also touches on new owner Steve Cohen and his friend Guy Fieri, as well as an odd quiet period for the usual big-spending Yankees.