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MLB’s investigation into the Bauer case is still ongoing.
MLB requests federal mediator for lockout negotiations, will not make counter offer to MLBPA’s proposal, per reports
After two weeks of mildly encouraging updates on the MLB lockout talks, momentum seemingly has slowed to a crawl.
That’s a good thing that Padres fans can be happy about...right?
MLB trade rumors and news: Ortiz elected to Hall of Fame; Bonds, Clemens and Schilling fall off ballot
Big Papi earned a spot in Cooperstown in his first year on the BBWAA ballot.
While there’s a long way to go, the owners did make some slight concessions during Tuesday’s meeting.
It appears some progress is being made in negotiations between MLB and the MLBPA.
Maybe some progress between the league and union?
Brandon Gomes is the first person to fill the Dodgers’ GM role since Farhan Zaidi departed in 2018.
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Rob Manfred and Tony Clark are headed back to the bargaining table.
Buck Showalter adds a veteran coach to his new staff.
An Olympian? How chic.
In news that must be unbelievably frustrating for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, David Ortiz is on track to be a first-ballot Hall of Famer.
Plus, the Mets have a new manager. Say a prayer for him.
The Mets owner announces that he’s hired a new manager.
The veteran reliever returns after finishing the 2021 season in Philadelphia.
The lockout continues.
This might be the most player movement we’ll see in baseball for the rest of the year.
The lockout ends over 26 years of labor peace between MLB and the MLBPA.
The four-time All-Star joins his ninth team.
After losing Max Scherzer and Corey Seager, the Dodgers bring back Chris Taylor.
The free agent frenzy continued with a lockout looming on Thursday.
The Angels retain their star closer on a long-term deal.
The Mariners add the reigning AL Cy Young winner.
The top free-agent pitcher has been lured away from the West Coast
What a day to commit to someone, amiright?
The Blue Jays bet big on Gausman, who was one of the best starters in baseball during the first half of the 2021 season.