The fallout from a major cheating scandal in Major League Baseball continues. After investigators found that the Houston Astros used an elaborate sign-stealing scheme in 2017, when they won the World Series, members of the team's front office were disciplined.
By Chuck King, Associated Press
St. Louis manager Mike Shildt described technology's rapid encroachment on baseball in recent years as ethically murky, expressing his satisfaction in Commissioner Rob Manfred's intention to cut down the use of in-game video.
By Ronald Blum, Associated Press
Derek Jeter came within one vote of being a unanimous pick for the Hall of Fame while Larry Walker also earned baseball's highest honor on Tuesday.
Major League Baseball says teams may not use modern technology to carry out an age-old practice: decoding the signs opposing catchers and pitchers use to communicate. The Houston Astros’ general manager and field manager were both fired Monday for an…
For the first time since 1933, Washington, D.C., finally has a baseball team going to the World Series. William Brangham reports on the Nationals' unlikely run to the fall classic, and what hometown pride means for the nation's capital at…
By Stephanie Sy, Casey Kuhn
Wednesday marks the 100th anniversary of a notorious moment in baseball's history: when the White Sox lost to the Cincinnati Reds in the 1919 World Series, provoking a scandal that stained the sport's reputation. Now, as Stephanie Sy reports, a…
Baseball may be America’s pastime, but it’s facing renewed scrutiny over the safety of its spectators after recent incidents involving fans being hit by foul balls. Some professional teams are extending protective netting in response, but Major League Baseball itself…
By Associated Press
Robinson was the first black manager in Major League Baseball and the only player to win the MVP award in both leagues.
By Ryan Connelly Holmes
Cleveland's historic appearance in the World Series is bringing lots of attention to its controversial logo that critics say is racist.
Behind the scenes of Major League Baseball, team management and leadership is slowly becoming more diverse. In part, the rise of “Moneyball” analytics has helped broaden the kind of knowledge and experience that ball clubs seek in hiring. Special correspondent…
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