Bauer’s attorneys are trying to avoid having their client invoke the Fifth Amendment in open court.
Bauer’s defense team says that text messages prove his victim consented. Here’s why they’re wrong.
The Astros already have more wins than any other team in 2020.
The MLBPA should fire arbitrator Mark Irvings for refusing to require MLB teams to act in good faith.
Luis Rojas is a shockingly good hire by a franchise that is notorious for its bad decision making.
Almost 75 years after Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier in baseball, the pathways for African-Americans in our national pastime are as blocked as ever.
MLB’s bid to contract 42 minor league teams might be because the minor league wage lawsuits just took an unexpected turn.
Brodie Van Wagenen negotiated a contract for Cespedes. Then Van Wagenen’s front office used that contract to stop paying the outfielder.
The New York Yankees, in the 2020 playoffs, could start a game with a pitcher who was suspended for publicly hitting his girlfriend, and finish the game with a pitcher who choked his girlfriend.
The Cubs tried to take advantage of their disabled fans. Then one fan caught them.
I’ve written often about the problems with MLB’s domestic violence policy. Now let’s propose a solution.
The team’s Director of Communications was allegedly supplying the southpaw with illegal drugs.
It’s time to face an uncomfortable truth about MLB’s fight against domestic violence
Urías is eligible for postseason play, but not Herrera. Why?
Las Vegas turns the average Triple-A hitter into 2019 Jose Altuve. I’m serious.
Bob Garber’s lawsuit against J.D. Martinez’s former financial advisor has given us a rare look into the business of baseball.