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    MLB’s Losses For Games Without Fans Are HUGE

    MLB will likely get games going eventually, barring any setbacks with the players’ health and financial compensations. The league has already been working with the Player’s Union throughout the week to make sure that is possible. But there is a whole other side of finances that MLB is going to feel once the proverbial ball […] More

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    MLB Announces Plan For When Players Contract COVID

    Fans around baseball have been wondering plenty of things that need to go into making a season work. MLB has already laid out a proposal to the player’s union to get games going, but there are still many things that need to be agreed upon.  While the financial side of things remains a struggle, the […] More

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    MLB: Rob Manfred Tells Teams They Can Furlough Employees

    The initial reports are the start of this ‘stay at home’ order suggested that MLB would be taking care of its employees. That appears to be changing with the latest update from Rob Manfred. Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic is reporting that teams are now being given the option to furlough employees they deem necessary […] More

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    Dodgers: Kershaw Had a Meeting With Rob Manfred About the Astros

    Clayton Kershaw probably has the biggest gripe when it comes to the Houston Astros’ cheating scandal. The longtime Dodgers’ ace has already made a hall of fame career for himself, but the Astros took something from him. They took a World Series away from the twelve-year veteran, something that he may never get a shot […] More

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    MLB: Commissioner Confirms Baseball’s Return Depends on One Key Item

    There have been plenty of rumors floating around as to what MLB is doing to get baseball going again. There have been a few reported plans released, including one that would put the entire league in Phoenix. But Commissioner Rob Manfred spoke with Maria Bartiromo on Tuesday morning to confirm baseball’s intentions. Manfred did the […] More

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    Dodgers: Commissioner Confirms Games Will Be Pushed Back Further

    Dodgers fans are once again going to be very disappointed. In a conference call today with team owners, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred confirmed the worst with teams. Games will not begin at the previously anticipated date of April 9th.  “We are not going to start on April 9,” Rob Manfred tells us as he leaves […] More

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    MLB News: League Admits Baseballs Are Different in 2019

    Finally, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has came out publicly to admit there is a difference in the 2019 balls. This admission comes via The Dan Patrick Show. Moreover, Manfred says the baseball’s have ‘contributed towards the drastically high home-run rate’. Directly, here is what the commish had to say. “They [Rawlings] haven’t changed their process […] More

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    Baseball’s Biggest Problems

    You often hear people say something along the lines of, “baseball is a dying sport! It’s too slow and boring! That’s why attendance is dropping and ratings are down!” That person is entitled to their wrong opinion. The main problem comes when the commissioner of Major League Baseball, Rob Manfred, shares that opinion. His focus […] More

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    Report: MLB Changes Roster Rules for 2020

    MLB and the MLBPA have agreed to a deal with some notable changes coming in the near future according to ESPN. The long-awaited MLB/MLBPA deal is done, sources tell ESPN, and includes a single trade deadline, an All-Star Game Election Day, expanded rosters in 2020 and, most important, a pledge to start bargaining over fundamental […] More

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