More public sparring on rules changes, the apparently incomplete CBA, and much more.
MLB News and Rumors
Squashed by the owners. Oops.
The home team might start taking batting practice second – aka, closer to game time.
According to Howard Bryant, the four-pitch intentional walk is, in fact, going away this year. Batters will simply take the base.
This sounds ominous. But limits on rules changes will probably make many happy.
Dexter Fowler offers more on his travel ban comments, and how he’ll proceed from here.
The Nationals improve slightly.
Betances lost his arbitration hearing today, and then the Yankees president decided to say some things.
It’s the first full-squad workout day for the Cubs in Arizona. Please don’t rain.
Manfred allays concerns that the terrible extra-innings-runner-starts-on-base rule will come to MLB soon, and defends his Cardinals hacking punishment.
Just what makes a “dynasty” anyway? Also, the most fascinating members of the Cubs’ organization, and throughout baseball.
Are the Cardinals going to act now out of desperation? Can the Rangers extend Darvish before he reaches free agency this offseason?
Potential Marlins Sale Takes Another Crazy Twist, as Jeffrey Loria Might Become Ambassador to France
What was already a bit of an odd story gets more odd.
Terrible news for the Reyes, the Cardinals, and baseball. As for the NL Central, this will move the needle.