No matter how much MLB wants it to go away, the Astros' sign-stealing scandal continues to lead headlines as spring training begins, and players like Trevor Bauer at least hope some good comes from it.
Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports The expectations are different for the club’s most tenured player. Fast Facts First baseman on the field, first in your heart 36 years old Canadian Prime Minister* Bats left, throws right Can absolutely dunk, natch.
Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer says he has gotten positive response to his criticism of a plan being considered by Major League Baseball to expand the playoffs, one that includes an extended break for top seeds and some teams choosing who they will play.
Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images As LOOGYs go by the wayside, a new defense against left-handed hitters is in place. As Commissioner Rob Manfred continues on his quest to change the very fabric of baseball in every possible way, rule changes have become the norm.
Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images The 2020 Reds will be enjoyable, no matter their W-L record. Today’s the day! You’ll read plenty of stories today about how so-and-so is in the best shape of their life, and lots of 5 second videos of a bunch of pitchers throwing bullpen sessions.
The 2019-2020 Major League Baseball offseason has been mired with controversy, scandals, and blockbuster transactions. It has been the wildest rollercoaster of emotions that baseball fans have experienced in a long time, and the ride took yet another sharp turn on Tuesday night.
Pete Rose, one of the most notorious, controversial and polarizing personalities in the history of Major League Baseball, has been left dumbfounded amid the fallout of the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal.