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Doubleheaders will be back to nine innings this year, and there’s a new rule that will benefit Shohei Ohtani.
Pretty good deal for a 23-year-old.
The World Series champions add one of the greatest closers in history to top off their offseason.
After signing Kyle Schwarber earlier this week, the Phillies add another elite slugger to their lineup.
The 2020 home run king gets a new home.
The Dodgers just don’t stop adding great players.
After winning his second straight World Series, Pederson joins the team he grew up rooting for.
The Phillies add one of baseball’s most fearsome power hitters.
The Braves quickly sign their new first baseman to a long-term deal.
Rizzo, who joined the Yankees at the trade deadline last year, returns for more.
The Mariners add one of the majors’ best hitters and a bit of a reclamation project as the Reds shed salary.
The Padres’ star shortstop could miss up to three months following surgery.
As fast as baseball is back, the deals and trades have come flying in.
The White Sox make two additions with spring training about to begin.
We have our first post-lockout trade.
Opening Day won’t happen until April 14 at the earliest.
The union has one last chance (at least according to MLB’s current deadline) to salvage a 162-game season on Wednesday.
Rob Manfred cancelled the first two series of the 2022 season on Tuesday, and no resolution is in sight.
There will be no new CBA before MLB’s self-imposed deadline.
MLB’s new deadline to reach a new collective bargaining agreement without cancelling regular-season games is at 5 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
Do do do do doooooo, do do do do dooooo. Will there be major league baseball played this year?
The MLBPA nearly decided to break off negotiations after an intense day at the bargaining table.
The season apparently will be shortened if a CBA isn’t agreed upon by Monday.
MLB and the MLBPA seemingly took a step backward while negotiating toward a new CBA on Tuesday.
The former Angels communications director faces a minimum 20-year prison sentence.
The lockout negotiations will continue on Thursday.
The last original National is hanging up his spikes.
The commissioner will talk to the media later this week, but he and his staff have no current plans to meet with the union.