Major League Baseball today announced a series of new rules, effective immediately, that aims to quicken the pace of the national pastime.
The Senate Commerce Committee Tuesday will hold a hearing on domestic violence in professional sports.
By Anna Christiansen
San Francisco radio stations KOIT-FM and KFOG-FM have pledged to remove the signature chart-topping song "Royals" from their airwaves until the end of Major League Baseball's World Series.
By Justin Scuiletti
As the San Francisco Giants prepare to play the Washington Nationals in Major League Baseball’s postseason Friday, the Library of Congress has made it possible to watch the Giants battle Washington 90 years ago — in the World Series.
Dodger Fans Hope Magic Johnson's 'Megawatt Smile' Can Turn Around Team's Fortune…
Jury selection began Wednesday in the federal perjury trial of former pitching star Roger Clemens. The record-setting major leaguer was charged with lying to Congress about the use of steroids and human growth hormones. Ray Suarez discusses the charges and…
In other news, four American troops were killed in Afghanistan Wednesday, raising the U.S. death toll to 14 for the month; and, the Supreme Court weighed whether to give anti-trust protection to the National Football League.
As summer gives way to fall, education correspondent John Tulenko reports on a camp that promotes practicing both reading and batting.
A report released Thursday by former Sen. George Mitchell on the use of performance-enhancing drugs in pro baseball named many of the game's top athletes and cited both players and management for allowing the abuse. Sen. Mitchell discusses the 20-month…
San Francisco Giants star Barry Bonds hit his 756th home run Tuesday, breaking Hank Aaron's lifetime record. But the baseball legend's link to a steroids scandal raises questions about his achievement. Sports analysts examine the milestone and the controversy.
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