NEW YORK — It’s been nearly 11 years since Far Rockaway High School’s most prominent alumni, Bernie Madoff, was sentenced to federal prison for creating a $64 billion dollar Ponzi scheme that fleeced the nation. Yet, because Jeff Wilpon, Madoff’s least sympathetic victim so happened to own the Mets, his presence was still felt in Queens on a daily basis. A team that shared biggest market in ...
Sports moments to remember from 2020.
Etiquette question: Is it considered poor manners to wave a white flag on 2021 even before hanging the 2020 pennant at Tropicana Field?
The MLB officially elevated the Negro Leagues to "Major League" status as Commissioner Rob Manfred revealed the news in a statement on Dec. 16.
When baseball's winter meetings end, the countdown normally begins, so with a nod to tradition, here it is: Twins pitchers and catchers are scheduled to report to camp in Fort Myers in just 67 days.
Cleveland's move away from Indians follows a similar decision earlier this year by the NFL's Washington Football Team. The team has been internally discussing a potential name change for months.
Major League Baseball has achieved the impossible.
Kim Ng became the highest-ranking woman in baseball operations in the major leagues when she was hired Friday as general manager of the Miami Marlins.
Cover your face. Do not take an Uber. Do take your regular coronavirus test. Do not leave the team hotel, unless you're going to the ballpark on a team bus. Keep your distance on the bus, and in the clubhouse, and in dining areas.
Jeff Luhnow sued the Houston Astros for breach of contract on Sunday, alleging that Astros owner Jim Crane and Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred negotiated penalties for the sign-stealing scandal that enabled the team to paint Luhnow as "the scapegoat for the organization" and fire its general manager "in order to save more than $22 million in guaranteed salary."
Randy Arozarena surfaced with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2019 and got 23 plate appearances. This year, he hid away at the Tampa Bay Rays' alte…
Major League Baseball's business side doesn't stop for anything — not even World Series celebrations.
It seems the Big Ten didn't get through even one game without a player who had COVID-19.
In the interest of public safety, millions of Americans who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 have voluntarily isolated themselves from friends and family for two long and lonely weeks.
Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner tested positive for the coronavirus and was removed from the World Series during the eighth inning of Tuesday's World Series Game 6 clincher.
On their eighth consecutive trip to the postseason, the Los Angeles Dodgers finally became champions again. Mookie Betts streaked home with the go-ahead run for the win.
Follow the latest scores and updates, as the Los Angeles Dodgers face the Tampa Bay Rays in the first game of the World Series.
It's now officially been 20 years since the dynasty in the Bronx died. Since beating the Mets in the 2000 World Series, the Yankees have won just one championship in that time. Their 2009 World Series was a stand-alone title that was fueled, in large part, by the desire to christen to the new ballpark in the Bronx that season.
A wave of layoffs are sweeping Major League Baseball this offseason because of the pandemic's impact on revenues. The Oakland A's are part of the wave, with employees losing jobs on both the business and baseball operations side of the organization. A source said approximately 20% of employees were impacted across baseball and business operations, nearly all of which came from the pool of 150 ...