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Rioting Forces Schedule Changes In Baltimore
The Orioles will play the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday afternoon at Camden Yards in a rare Major League Baseball game closed to the public, a decision that followed rioting in Baltimore.
The announcement of the closed-doors game came after the Orioles postponed games against Chicago on Monday and T…
MLB Teams Beef Up Security
Baseball fans were ready for their first swing at the sport's new security guidelines.
Forget the $30 tickets, $9 beers and $16 parking charges. Baseball fans have more reason to empty their pockets, only this time of keys, mobile phones _ and whatever loose change might be left _ before a day a…
Red Sox’ Brian Sullivan Previews Season
On Saturday morning, I spoke with Brian Sullivan, Director of Marketing for the Boston Red Sox.
I spoke with him about the 2015 team on the field, and some of the initiatives the organization is putting into focus this season at Fenway Park as well as some of the promotions...
Davide Ortiz Critical Of New Hitting Rules
David Ortiz says he ``might run out of money'' if baseball enforces the new pace-of-play rule requiring hitters to keep at least one foot in the batter's box.
Ortiz used part of his first spring training session with reporters Wednesday to colorfully rant about the rule...
MLB Makes Changes To Speed Up The Game
Major League Baseball is making some changes to speed up the length of games but it won't implement some of the more radical proposals to make games shorter.
The league and the players' union announced an agreement Friday to enforce the rule requiring a hitter to keep at least one foot in t…
Baseball Legend Derek Jeter’s Final Exit
This afternoon's game between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees at Fenway Park meant nothing in the standings, as both team's season's were coming to an end. It did, however, mean as much as any game ever has to me and many other Derek Jeter fans, as it was the final time we wil…
Baseball Great Tony Gwynn Dies At Age 54
Baseball Hall-of-Famer Tony Gwynn is dead at the age of 54. The long-time San Diego Padres outfielder  had been on medical leave since late March from his job as baseball coach at San Diego State. Gwynn had battled cancer since 2010.

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