Bud Selig’s Legacy is a Myth of Integrity
Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

Bud Selig has announced that he will retire from his job as commissioner of MLB after the 2014 season. In his 22 seasons thus far as commissioner, Selig has seen the league grow into new markets and become much more lucrative. […]

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MLB LEAGUE NEWS

Ivan Nova New York Yankees

If I had a nickel for every time Ivan Nova was called “inconsistent,” I could pay the New York Yankees’ $204 million payroll. The 27 year old has truly had a Jekyll and Hyde career. In any given game, he’s […]

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MLB replay umpre Frank Winter

The first two games of season for the Cleveland Indians are a good example of why MLB needs to put a little pep in their step with regard to instant replay or have the umpires tell the managers to put a pipe […]

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Cabrera

$100 million? $200 million? How high can this thing go? Apparently, the sky is the limit. Reports out of Detroit are that Miguel Cabrera and the Detroit Tigers have reached an agreement on a deal reported at just under $300 […]

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Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

It started out as a good idea, a rule implemented to deter egregious contact between the runner and the catcher on close plays at home plate, but it has since morphed into something more. The original spirit of the rule […]

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Alex Rodriguez

After fighting tooth and nail over the last year to avoid a length suspension at the hands of MLB, it appears that New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is finally giving in. Yes, Rodriguez has dropped (according to USA […]

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