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Reid Detmers no-hitter: Angels rookie le...

Los Angeles Angels rookie left-hander Reid Detmers made history. Detmers, in his 11th career big league start, did not hit the Tampa Bay Rays at Angel Stadium (LAA 12, TB 0) on Tuesday night. He walked one and struck out just two, and threw a career-high 108 pitches. Here’s the no-hitter effort finale: Because he […]

MLB The Show 22 Summer Circuit Announcem...

The MLB The Show 22 competitive esports season begins with the Summer Circuit. With an updated format, a new platform to play on, and more chances to win, there’s more reason than ever to test your skills and show off your Diamond Dynasty team. Summer Circuit gives eligible* players a chance to win millions of […]

Local Roundup: Central Mountain Jersey S...

Central Mountain shut out Jersey Shore, limiting the Bulldogs to just two hits, as the Wildcats won 9-0. Central Mountain scored six runs in the second inning. Both Karter Peacock and Gage Martzall had braces for the Bulldogs. Gabe Johnson and Cru Stover hit doubles for Central Mountain, which beat the Bulldogs, 5-2. […]

Five things to watch for NY Mets week ag...

The Mets head to Washington with a world of confidence. After a chaotic weekend that saw two postponements against the Phillies, the Mets built their seven-run comeback in the ninth inning with a double split on Sunday. For the second time this season, the Mets took two of the Phillies’ three at Citizens Bank Park. […]

South Jersey Times Baseball Notebook: La...

Most baseball players go their entire careers without being involved in an unforgettable endgame. Wil Pinder was part of two in the space of five days. It all started with the junior center fielder hitting a pair of home runs, including a three-run shot late in the seventh inning to lead Glassboro past Gloucester 9-6 […]

Gameday preview: How to watch Friday Nig...

SEATTLE, Wash. — The Tampa Bay Rays won the first four games of their West Coast swing after beating Seattle 4-3 Thursday night. They will try to do it again on Friday, but it won’t be easy. Logan Gilbert, a tough 24-year-old right-hander from Apopka, Fla., is on the mound for Seattle, and he’s been […]

Shawnee baseball defeats Pitman in Diamo...

MEDFORD — The Shawnee High School baseball team entered the 48th annual Joe Hartmann Diamond Classic with a chip on their shoulder after missing the event a year ago. The 2019 champ was eager to get on the court and prove himself. There was one thing head coach Brian Anderson wasn’t looking forward to – […]

José Iglesias a strong presence for the

DENVER – Jose Iglesias gave the Rockies exactly what they needed: a consistent shortstop. After 11 seasons, six teams – heck, even eight different shirt numbers – Iglesias has learned to keep the job simple. It is important. When they signed him in spring training, he was brought in to replace Trevor Story, a standout […]

Jersey 13 Lamer Fans, Excludes Mascoutah

Sam Lamer filled the area with strikes Tuesday at Ken Schell Field. And the Mascoutah Indians were missing a lot. As Lamer hit a career-high 13, the Jersey Panthers beat Mascoutah 1-0 in a Mississippi Valley Conference baseball game in Jerseyville. The Panthers are 14-10 and 3-3 in the Valley. Mascoutah is 17-6, 4-3 in […]

Watch Minor League Games on MLB.TV May 2...

We’re back for another week of MiLB.TV on MLB.TV. We explained how this operation works last month when it was created, but here’s a refresher: Select minor league games will be available to stream on MLB.TV this season. MLB.TV subscribers can watch some of the game’s top prospects through this service at no additional cost. […]

Mets reflect on no-hitter against Philli...

This story is excerpted from Anthony DiComo’s Mets Beat newsletter. To read the full newsletter, Click here. And subscribe to receive it regularly in your inbox. Shortly after the Mets finished second without a hit in team history on Friday, Drew Smith spoke to his father, DeWayne, by phone from Texas. The two talked about […]

BSB upsets No. 9 Texas Tech, 11-7

By Jerry Hill Baylor Bear Insider While the Baylor Bears had more hits in eight innings in Sunday’s series finale than they had in the first two games combined against ninth-ranked Texas Tech, the biggest difference came just to be felt in the clutch. Directed by by Kyle Nevin five-hit day, the Bears (22-22, 5-13) […]

Will the New York Yankees’ winning strea

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Aaron Judge hit a three-run homer Thursday and hit another three-run homer Friday night. On Saturday night, the Yankees slugger was on the bench at windy Kauffman Stadium. Maybe you think it’s too early in the year for such rests – and why interrupt a guy on a hot streak? Either […]

Yankees defensive improvements helped wi...

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An offensive awakening had lifted the Yankees to first place, riding a season-high seven-game winning streak through the weekend. But more subtly, a once-suspect defensive team had tightened things up. “We try to be the most complete team possible,” manager Aaron Boone said ahead of Saturday night’s game against the Royals […]

The Mets throw a no-hitter combined agai...

NEW YORK — Tylor Megill, who started the second game without a hit in Mets history, didn’t know what he started until long after he left the mound. Drew Smith and Seth Lugo were in the coach room when the TV show tipped them off; they rushed to the dugout for the ninth. So did […]

Philadelphia Phillies minor league recap...

After a slow first day at the plate, Bryson Stott officially announced his presence with the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, slapping his first two doubles of the minor league season. The Iron Pigs would end up losing 15-6, but there were still a few standout performances to highlight. So here’s everything you missed from Phillies […]

Jazz Chisholm Jr., Lucius Fox, first Bah...

WASHINGTON — Growing up as childhood friends in the Bahamas, Jazz Chisholm Jr. and Lucius Fox have spoken of one day reaching the majors together. On Wednesday night, they shared a pitch as major league starters — Chisholm at second base for the Miami Marlins, Fox at shortstop for the Washington Nationals. They are the […]

Season-first homer Joey Gallo joins Yank...

NEW YORK — Anthony Rizzo tested the size limits of Yankee Stadium on Tuesday night and walked away with his first career three-home run game. More on that later. Because Joey Gallo went deep for the first time this year. “Yeah, that was good,” Gallo said as he heard a few thousand fans sing, “Jo-ey, […]

New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles a...

The New York Yankees open a three-game home series against the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday night. The first pitch is at 7:05 p.m. at Yankee Stadium. The game will be broadcast on YES Network. Jordan Lyles (1-1, 3.52) will leave for Baltimore, while Luis Severino (1-0, 2.08) will go for New York. The Orioles had […]

Baseball hosts No. 9 Arcadia on Tuesday ...

History links WEBCASTLIVE STATS TRENTON, N.J. – The TCNJ baseball team hosts the No. 9 Arcadia at Trenton Thunder Ballpark on Tuesday night. The first pitch is scheduled for 6 p.m. IF YOU GO, IT’S FREE! It will be an affordable evening for fans as admission and parking are free. The ballpark […]

North Jersey Baseball Player of the Week...

With another exciting week of high school baseball season behind us, it’s time to take a look back at the top performances and pick the best one. Check out the players who stood out last week and let us know who you think should be North Jersey’s Player of the Week in the poll at […]

Pirates Pitcher Beau Sulser Adds to ‘Nic

In sports, some jersey numbers mean more than just a number. In Pittsburgh, we have number 21; most identify this number with the great, Roberto Clemente. Although not retired, it is a sacred number that will always be remembered and associated with Clemente. Here in Pittsburgh, we have another “sanctified” number, No. 69 (Don’t say […]

Baseball’s old-fashioned unwritten rules

Placeholder while loading article actions Dave Martinez seemed to be lamenting the end of something sacred. There were no clouds inside the Washington Nationals media room on Saturday afternoon, so Martinez wasn’t yelling at them. He didn’t take a sip of prune juice before starting a back in my day rant and never warned fellow […]

Some MLB broadcasters are still calling ...

Placeholder while loading article actions The start of the MLB season was mostly a welcome return to normal: angst returns to baseball, Shohei Ohtani does things Shohei Ohtani and broadcasters traveling again with their teams. But not all broadcasters. Several weeks into the season, the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network remains an outlier, keeping its advertisers for […]

Baseball defeats Stockton, 11-9 – The Co

Next game: Kean University 04/23/2022 | 11:30 AM April 23 (Saturday) / 11:30 a.m. Kean University Story EWING, NJ. – The TCNJ baseball team defeated Stockton for the second straight day, this time with an 11-9 home win at George Ackerman Park. The Lions used a six-run third inning to […]

Baseball Falls at No. 14 Kean

UNION, NJ – After a four-day hiatus and the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) first win of the season, the University of New Jersey baseball team returned to the field today, April 22, to face #14 (d3baseball.com/NCBWA) Kean University. The team ultimately fell to the first-place New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) team 10-4. Leading the […]

Starling Marte’s expensive gift to Jeff

Jhe superstitions of athletes are varied. Some of them have a set of specific rituals to be able to give their best during a game, whether it’s football, baseball or American football. This can include starting on the right foot when entering the court, lacing your right boot first, making the sign of the cross […]

MLB Closers entrance songs started with ...

Major League Baseball has always been about drama. On April 19, 1972 Marty Appel added a now standard pump. The then 21-year-old Brooklyn native and assistant public relations manager for the New York Yankees didn’t tell new relief pitching ace Albert “Sparky” Lyle of his plan. So it came as a surprise to just about […]

Kansas Baseball Celebrates Black Leagues...

Kansas City, Kan. –Tavian Josenberger has visited the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum before, but wearing a uniform reminiscent of the one worn by the Kansas City Monarchs on Tuesday — and with No. 22 on his back — resonated with him in a different way. “It just means a lot more,” Josenberger said. “Getting to […]

Armando Galarraga’s near-perfect game wi

It’s one of the most infamous mistakes in sports history. Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga was denied a perfect game in 2010 when an umpire erroneously ruled the 27th batter, two out in the ninth inning, beat a pitch to first base. The umpire and batter both admitted the call was wrong, but the Major […]

UTSA, The Brandr Group launch group lice...

History links SAN ANTONIO- The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Intercollegiate Athletics Department and The Brandr Group (TBG) have established a Group License Agreement for UTSA student-athletes. Joining a growing list of Division I TBG partners, UTSA now offers its student-athletes the ability to combine their Name, Image […]

Yankees offer no support as Nestor Corte...

BALTIMORE — At every stop, Nestor Cortes was reminded of what he didn’t have. It does not have a high velocity. He does not have the physique of a classic pitcher. It has no slider or 12v6 curve ball or devastating splitter. What the Yankees southpaw has – the ability to throw shots, change arm […]

New York Mets honor Gil Hodges induction...

A day after the Mets honored number 41, the team celebrated number 14. Gil Hodges, a New York baseball icon and manager of the 1969 World Championship team, will finally be immortalized in the Baseball Hall of Fame this summer after waiting decades. Omitted from Cooperstown for half a century, Hodges will take his long-awaited […]

José Ramírez wants to retire with the Cl

CLEVELAND — Extension talks with All-Star third baseman José Ramírez were inevitable as he neared the end of his previous contract. So when they started this offseason, Ramírez came with one goal in mind: to stay with the Guardians for his entire career. He set four objectives at the start of the negotiation process: 1. […]

Montclair explodes first, eliminates bas...

By: Contact: Salvatore D’Onofrio; Sports Communication Assistant History links The score of the box MONTCLAIR, NJ – The University of New Jersey City baseball team fell this afternoon, April 14, to another New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) foe at Montclair State University. The Red Hawk Bats exploded for 13 runs late […]

Stratton’s Stand: Ranking MLB Nike City

A new tradition in MLB began last season, with the league following in the footsteps of the NBA by creating special alternate jerseys honoring individual team cities. There is a range of yarn quality, some performing well and some lacking. Although only nine teams have jerseys at the moment, I’ll rank them by visual appeal […]

Carefree injury for Yankees pitcher

NEW YORK — Yankees left-hander Jordan Montgomery passed another physical test Wednesday afternoon, doing his normal bullpen session between starts at Yankee Stadium. “He should be ready to go,” manager Aaron Boone said, referring to Montgomery’s scheduled Friday night departure from Baltimore. Montgomery’s status was questionable immediately after Sunday night’s start against the Boston Red […]

First Essex 8 ranking of the season

The Super Essex conference is often packed with baseball and softball contenders and sectional champions across the county, making it difficult to rank the best in the county. The Essex 8 Rankings provides a weekly overview of the best teams in Essex County. With over a week of the season already played out and some […]

COVID has cost some their jobs, it may c...

OPINION: “Rich people don’t like to lose money, even though they could lose it for 1,000 years and still have a nice winter home in Palm Springs. It tends to affect the way they do business. Even when their side business owns a baseball team, it’s a concern within the organization. The above is from […]

Andrew Painter, Johan Rojas, Logan O’Hop

Opening weekend has come and gone for the Philadelphia Phillies major and minor league teams. Here’s all the action you missed from the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, Reading Fightin’ Phils, Jersey Shore BlueClaws and Clearwater Threshers: Weekend winners: Triple-A: Dalton Guthrie, 4 for 12, 2B, 2 R, 2 RBI, BB, 3 K Guthrie is once […]

Sunday’s Maine college roundup: UMaine b

ORONO — Quinn McDaniel lined up a brace to center field with one out late in the ninth inning to drive in the winning run as the University of Maine cruised to a 7-6 win over New Jersey Institute of Technology in an America Is Sunday’s baseball game. Scout Knotts was 2-for-5 with a solo […]

Skipper in a pinch: Schumaker steps in a...

Less than an hour before having to make one of the crucial decisions of Saturday afternoon’s match, Skip Schumaker learned that he would not be planning the match alongside Oliver Marmol but would be managing the game in l absence of Marmol. Due to his flu-like symptoms, the team encouraged Marmol to leave the stadium […]

With Aaron Judge extension talks, Yankee...

I don’t really have a lot of jerseys. Part of it is a function of the cost, part of it is a little weird being a grown man wearing different grown man’s clothes. I have a red Mike Trout, a purple Trevor Story, a homemade Gerrit Cole pinstripe, and a homemade Aaron Judge. After yesterday, […]

Rachel Balkovec applauded her historic d...

LAKELAND, Fla. — Rachel Balkovec signed autographs, got a standing ovation when she was introduced, and posed for a photo at home plate. It was then time to get to work. The manager of a minor league New York Yankees team had a game to play. But that Friday night, the fact that Balkovec became […]

Sporting News’ must-have MLB Twitter lis

Your Twitter experience really is only as good as the people you follow. When it comes to Twitter baseball, following the right people is essential not only to stay informed, but also to stay sufficiently entertained. While everyone generally has a good mix of friends, online acquaintances, and knowledgeable insiders, there are always plenty of […]

MLB commissioner hires ex-Yankees pitche...

NEW YORK — In a newly created role, CC Sabathia has been named Special Assistant to the Commissioner, Major League Baseball announced Wednesday. Since retiring from baseball after the 2019 season with the Yankees, the accomplished former left-handed pitcher has remained active — including with a popular podcast. He appeared for a time this spring […]

2022 Opening Day Lineup Projections vs N...

Buck Showalter made it clear Monday morning that barring injuries, the Mets’ roster was pretty much set. The only lingering doubts were the status of Max Scherzer, who honed his hamstrings late last week, and Brandon Nimmo, who suffered from a stiff neck and missed the penultimate game of spring training. Monday. Both injuries were […]

Westhill baseball players honor teachers...

It is common throughout the state to see players wearing their game jerseys to school on game day. This shows their pride in their team and lets other students know there is a game on that day. The Westhill baseball team, ranked No. 1 in the GameTimeCT preseason poll, went a step further by having […]

Legal gambling apps, sports betting odds

With the 2022 Major League Baseball season opening on Thursday, April 7, we’re just days away from hearing those adorable words of “play ball!” The Atlanta Braves are the defending champions – they beat the Houston Astros 4 games to 2 in last year’s World Series. However, if the Braves are to repeat, they will […]

Baseball falls in NJAC opening weekend d...

EWING, NJ — The New Jersey City University baseball team opened its 2022 New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) regular season today, Saturday, April 2, against the College of New Jersey. In the doubleheader, the Gothic Knights bats didn’t travel well as NJCU were shut out for the first time this season in both matchups, 4-0 […]

Hillsborough starts strong but wavers ag...

MENDHAM — The Hillsborough High School baseball team got the kind of start they needed on Saturday afternoon in Mendham. The Raiders also kept the good feeling going for a while, as senior right-hander Jack Smith threw a solid 92 pitches, five innings and his team played solid defense. Hillsborough scored twice in the first […]

How the NY Mets starting rotation will d...

JUPITER, Fla. – Here we go again. Mets fans have painstakingly grown accustomed to the Friday news that Jacob deGrom will be out for at least four weeks with a stress reaction to his shoulder blade. It’s far from the first time they’ve been inundated with demoralizing news that deGrom is being sidelined, just the […]

Jacob deGrom to miss NY Mets opener, sid...

JUPITER, Fla. — Jacob deGrom won’t touch the rubber for the Mets on Opening Day, or most of April. An MRI on Friday revealed a stress reaction on her shoulder blade that caused her shoulder to become inflamed. DeGrom won’t launch until four weeks before undergoing further testing. “You don’t want to start pitching if […]

Support Team Game with Nick Swisher

TAMPA, Fla. — This time, Yankees players were spectators at Steinbrenner Field during a team-building event. Hours before Wednesday night’s exhibition game, several Yankees clubhouse, front office and public relations staff participated in an on-field competition. “And with Swish involved, it takes on new life,” Yankees reliever Zack Britton said, referring to guest instructor Nick […]

Kyle Higashioka says Josh Donaldson help...

TAMPA, Fla. — There are three new hitting coaches with the Yankees this year, and possibly a fourth in Josh Donaldson. Kyle Higashioka is on a spring tear, batting .467 (7-for-15) with four team-leading homers, and Donaldson has been something of a batting guru for the Yankees catcher. “Mechanically speaking, he kind of speaks the […]

Albert Pujols makes an appearance at St....

JUPITER, Fla. — With a wave of his hand and the tip of his cap, Albert Pujols returned to the world of the St. Louis Cardinals. Sporting a big smile and his familiar red No. 5 jersey, Pujols came out from beyond the right field wall at Roger Dean Stadium between the first and second […]

A late return is not enough for baseball...

WESTMINSTER, MD. —The New Jersey City University baseball team dropped their non-conference game against McDaniel College today, Sunday, March 27, by a final score of 9-4. The Gothic Knights trailed throughout the match, but managed to cut Green Terror’s lead to one in the top of the seventh, 5-4. McDaniel’s offense was too much, stringing […]

Baseball drops in Muhlenberg, three goth...

ALLENTOWN, Pa. – The University of New Jersey City baseball team fell Saturday afternoon, March 26, falling back to .500 overall. The team was on the other end of an offensive explosion as the NJCU were defeated by the Muhlenberg College Mules, 19-5. In the loss, Jersey City had four different hitters who recorded two […]

New York Yankees working on extending Aa...

In public comments, Aaron Judge set a deadline for opening day in contract talks, and the New York Yankees are taking him to his word. “All of those conversations will have happened before Opening Day,” Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Saturday of negotiations to extend the slugger’s contract and avoid arbitration. Speaking to reporters […]

Anthony DeSclafani works on curveball fo...

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Anthony DeSclafani had a rebounding campaign in his first season with the Giants, but he hopes his improved curve ball will give him another step forward in 2022. DeSclafani showed off the new pitch in the Giants’ 10-2 loss to the Guardians on Friday afternoon, shooting three scoreless innings on his spring […]

Are the 2022 Atlanta Braves better than ...

By Jake MintzFOX Sports MLB Writer NORTH PORT, Fla. – You heard the bickering and you knew it was spring. At the Atlanta Braves complex in North Port, there is no sign of the changing seasons, the pace that is approaching baseball season, much like the playful banter between Ozzie Albies and Ron Washington. Franchise […]

Shane McClanahan impressive on his sprin...

NORTH PORT, Fla. — Shane McClanahan will need a few more outings to increase his pitching count for the regular season. But the Rays’ southpaw trick and command was in midseason form in his spring training debut against the Braves on Wednesday at CoolToday Park. McClanahan’s fastball consistently hit 97-98 mph and hit 99 when […]

How did George Bratsenis find himself at...

George Bratsenis dragged himself into a New Jersey courtroom in chains, an old school thug with thick glasses, white hair and a tattoo on his forearm. The court is a familiar setting for Mr. Bratsenis, 73. Jail too. His Tarantino-esque odyssey spans at least three states and Canada and includes the murder of a drug […]

New York Yankees’ Luis Severino now plan

TAMPA, Fla. — Just before Sunday’s show started, Luis Severino said he remembered the last time he warmed up for a Yankees Grapefruit League game. In the spring of 2019, Severino felt something wrong with his shoulder during the routine bullpen pre-game session and cut his start against the Braves. A year later, the right-hander […]

Same old story for those who don’t have

TAMPA, Fla. — For the growing, half-empty portion of the Yankees Universe, well, some Sunday afternoon events seemed to highlight their case. On the first day of spring, the last player in an elite free agent shortstop class left the roster. And naturally, Trevor Story landed right in the AL East, signed by rival Boston […]

New York Yankees react to Minnesota Twin...

SARASOTA, Fla. — As the Yankees rolled into Ed Smith Stadium, the Minnesota Twins — located several other exits south on I-75 — prepared to welcome the star free agent shortstop Carlos Correa at camp. Just a week ago, the Yanks got the budget-fitting shortstop from Hal Steinbrenner, land Isiah Kiner-Falefa in a five-man trade […]

Bobby Witt Jr. works on the Royals roste...

SURPRISE, Ariz. — Royals manager Mike Matheny and his coaching staff did their best to make sure the starters in Friday’s Cactus League opener against the Rangers knew it was okay to not playing 100%, even if it goes against everything the organization stands for. for. Because with how quickly spring games have started this […]

baseball falls in the last inning; Voss...

BETHLEHEM, Pa. –The University of New Jersey baseball team returned to the Northeast today, Thursday, March 17, after their spring trip, but fell in a non-conference game against Moravian University. In this thriller of the game, NJCU were in control for most of the battle, but fell short after a three-game ninth-inning rally by MU, […]

Red Sox announce revised 2022 regular se...

BOSTON, MA – In conjunction with Major League Baseball, the Red Sox today released a revised schedule for the 2022 regular season and announced that tickets for the April 15 home opener at Fenway Park will go on sale tomorrow, Thursday, March 17, at 10 a.m. redsox.com/tickets. Mastercard is the Boston Red Sox’ preferred method […]

Anthony Rizzo signs with the New York Ya...

TAMPA, Fla. – Anthony Rizzo returns to the Bronx. The left-handed first baseman and the New York Yankees have reached an agreement on a two-year, $32 million contract, as reported for the first time by ESPN’s Jesse Rogers. Rizzo, 32, will earn $16 million this year and can retire after the 2022 season, allowing him […]

The cocos step up

An assortment of Decatur Commodores memorabilia from Steve Lipe’s collection in Decatur, Ill, July 26, 2010. Photo: Stephen Haas/Herald & Review via ASSOCIATED PRESS As baseball’s spring training finally begins, you might think the Cleveland Guardians face a public relations and marketing challenge as they don their new uniforms, ending more than a century of […]

NIL Marketplace MOGL Wins SXSW Startup P...

MLB’s automated ball-striking system will be used to challenge human calls in select low-A games By Andre Cohen March 15, 2022 MLB’s automated ball-hitting system will be used to defy human umpire calls from home plate at select Low-A Southeast games this coming season. Teams will be limited to three calls per game, MLB announced […]

US Navy vet Harry Gorman, of Chester, NJ...

CHESTER, NJ — A U.S. Navy Korean War veteran loved sports and played on the USS Newport News baseball team long before coaching his son’s Little League team. Harry Hudson Gorman, Jr., 91, of Chester, New Jersey, died March 10 at Paragon Village in Mt. Olive Township, New Jersey. Gorman was born on December 3, […]

Red Sox finally show up for spring train...

Major League Baseball players showed up for spring training on Sunday, following their pitchers and catchers, who reported on Friday. The start of spring training, albeit late, signals the end of the MLB lockout, which could have pushed season delays well beyond the single week of games that ended up being postponed due to contract […]

Major League Baseball is back and the su...

By Martin RogersFOX Sports Columnist Phew. That’s all I really have. Baseball is back. Phew. It should be “phew” for the few people directly involved in baseball and “phew” for those whose existence has the summer game close to their hearts. That should be phew for anyone who loves the sport in any way because […]

Royals update schedule after MLB lockdow...

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WIBW) – As the players reach an agreement with MLB for a new work agreement, the Kansas City Royals announced the team’s updated spring schedule. The Royals have said MLB Opening Day will be April 7, however, players can report for spring training as early as Friday, March 11, but must be […]

Mets 2022 offseason reset

NEW YORK — It’s time for one of the most intriguing offseasons in Mets history to resume. Before the Major League Baseball lockout, the Mets ranked among the most active teams in baseball as they worked to turn a strong roster into a playoff-bound roster. Key to that mission was signing starter Max Scherzer to […]

MLB to add jersey advertising for first ...

Getty Images Baseball is officially back, as MLB and MLBPA ended their 99-day lockout on Thursday by agreeing to a new collective bargaining agreement. Once play resumes, fans will notice something different on their teams’ shirts: the ads. For the first time in MLB history, league player uniforms will be would have advertising functionality. The […]

Lockout gives fans a chance to enjoy rea...

Disgusted and outraged fans have a message for almost universally hated MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, the league’s billionaire owners and its pampered, overpaid players – grab your overpriced tickets, tasteless hot dogs and hot beer and flat and stuff them. The commissioner, owners, union and players seriously misjudged Ukraine’s post-pandemic, inflation-ravaged and war-anxious mood. The […]

Union to respond to MLB’s latest CBA pro

By RONALD BLUM AP Baseball Writer NEW YORK – Negotiators for locked out players and Major League Baseball spent 16.5 hours negotiating, then suspended talks until Wednesday morning as Commissioner Rob Manfred left his deadline to reach to a deal preserving a 162-game season pass. Shortly after 3 a.m. ET on the 98th day of […]

Tanncilli throws gem, baseball earns fir...

AUBURNDALE, Florida. – The New Jersey City University baseball team earned its first victory on its 2022 spring trip after beating the Ohio Northern University Polar Bears 19-9. It was the most points this offense has scored since March 24, 2019, against the College of Staten Island, in which they also won 19-9. In this […]

New York Yankees prospect Trey Sweeney l...

In his first 70 minor league games, DJ LeMahieu started at shortstop 50 times, then began shuttling defensively to second base, third base, and first base. This may be the professional path that Trey Sweeney will follow. 1 draft pick last summer by the Yankees, Sweeney draws a lot of comps to LeMahieu for his […]

Lee Hao-Yu enjoys his first spring with ...

CLEARWATER, Fla. — If Lee Hao Yu is not on the field, he probably hits the cage. If he’s not hitting the cage, he’s probably thinking baseball. “I’m watching a movie,” Lee said through an interpreter this week at the Carpenter Complex. “Sometimes it’s a film of myself. Sometimes it’s a big leaguer’s movie. I […]

Dwight Smith Jr. follows dad to Chicago

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Dwight Smith Jr. envisions a time during the 2022 season where he plays at Wrigley Field and his father is in attendance. “I hope he and I can take a picture together,” Smith Jr. told MLB.com. “Him in the Cubs jersey and me in the White Sox jersey.” The elder Smith played […]

NJCU bats come to life, not enough again...

DAVENPORT, Florida. — The University of New Jersey City baseball team’s bats came alive today, Sunday, March 6, ending with a season-high 12 hits and four different Gothic Knights recording two hits or more, but that wasn’t enough as the team lost 12-5 to Nebraska Wesleyan University, on its second of six rounds at the […]

Johan Rojas works on field selection in ...

CLEARWATER, Florida — Johan Rojas smiled as he recalled those times when a teammate marveled at his ability to put the bat to the baseball. More precisely, those moments when no one in the world should have come into contact with her. That partly explains why 21-year-old Rojas is one of the Phillies’ most exciting […]

Unexpected competition for Michael Confo...

Michael Conforto entered the New York Mets rumor chat a few weeks ago when it was reported that he, alongside Kris Bryant, was one of the most likely positional players we could get. expect the team to add before opening day. Conforto contenders should not be missing. Despite his bad year, he has a solid […]

As MLB lockdown continues, Dodgers prosp...

PHOENIX — It was the kind of scene one would expect at this time of year. Players wearing Dodger blue jerseys play catch, line up grounders and take bats live under a hot Arizona sun. Coaches and instructors watch from the sidelines, monitoring activity on three finely maintained diamonds at Camelback Ranch. The familiar buzz […]

Baseball’s No. 1 state: Case for Califor

By Pedro MouraFOX Sports MLB Writer Throughout its history, California has produced more current and retired major leaguers than the two most prolific states combined. It has almost twice as many professional teams as the second-place state. It has the most collegiate teams and the second highest number of Hall of Famers. Californians are responsible […]

Cubs Historical Detective: Fergie Jenkin...

With the MLB lockdown continuing, I will be posting many articles here about the history of the Cubs, Wrigley Field and baseball, so that we can remember the good times of the past. For this one, first of all, credit is due, and there’s also some additional info on this photo below, as I had […]

When will the Yankees and Mets season st...

NEW YORK — There will be something less than a 162-game Major League Baseball season this year, whenever it begins. In Jupiter, Fla., there has been no sustained, belated rally in negotiations to end the property foreclosure. And suddenly, the winter has become a little longer here. A commissioner, who not long ago said it […]

Six baseball stars get unique honor as t...

Among the numbers retired by the Atlanta Braves are 35 (Phil Niekro), 41 (Eddie Mathews), 44 (Hank … [+] Aaron) and 47 (Tom Glavine). Number 42 is retired by all teams in honor of Jackie Robinson, who joined baseball in 1947. Dan Schlossberg In baseball circles, the highest honor a player can receive is election […]

New York Yankees hire Hensley Meulens as...

Once a highly touted New York Yankees prospect nicknamed “Bam-Bam” for his batting prowess, Hensley Meulens has returned to the organization as an assistant Major League batting coach. On Monday night, the Yankees announced that Meulens would join manager Aaron Boone’s team, which now has three new major league hitting coaches – Dillon Lawson and […]

MLB lockdown brings back memories of 199...

One rule I’ve learned over a million years of baseball coverage is that when a general manager calls unsolicited, prepare for the worst: you’re about to get blown up, probably for an innocent turn of phrase that sort of reads like a statement. of war on this executive. Put it this way: if the phone […]

Rocket League stays local with USL jerse...

Activision won’t be releasing a mainline Call of Duty game in 2023, by Bloomberg, marking the first break in the series’ annual release cadence since 2005. What could this mean for esports? With the title remaining the same, don’t expect any drastic changes for Call of Duty League, like going from 5 to 4 players […]

Max Scherzer keeps fans in mind during l...

(Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images) Max Scherzerthe star pitcher the New York Mets signed to a three-year, $130 million deal before the lockout, is a man of the people. Not only is he an ambassador for the Players Association and a known fighter for their rights, but he is also popular among the fans. Of […]

Yankees retired numbers: A look at all t...

Getty Images The New York Yankees are one of the most iconic franchises in all of sports. So naturally, the team has several numbers they’ve retired over the years. On Tuesday, the Yankees announced the team would retire Paul O’Neill’s No. 21 jersey in a ceremony on Aug. 21 as long as Major League Baseball […]

How the Peoria Chiefs ended up becoming ...

PEORIA – It started as an inside joke. But the Peoria Orange Barrels exist as part of a Peoria Chiefs promotion approach that is a work in progress for the upcoming 2022 High-A Central League season. The Chiefs have cut out three games in the new season in which they will play as the Peoria […]

MLB lockdown: Players and owners open we...

Instead of baseball pants and cleats, they wore jeans and sneakers. Instead of singlets, they wore polo shirts. Then, suddenly, they drove through the parking lot and into Roger Dean Stadium, the spring training home of the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins — and the site of what the two sides said will be […]

Brewers change direction of minor league...

The names on the back of the jerseys won’t be as familiar and the faces may not be as easy for fans to recognize, but this week the signs of life at American Family Fields of Phoenix will begin to suggest spring is upon us. road. While MLB has already canceled the first week of […]