Concerned about a possible bankruptcy for the company that owns local broadcasting rights for the Brewers and 13 other teams, Major League Baseball has formed a new economic study committee.
SAN DIEGO — The laugh and smile are starting to return. So, too, is the fan adulation for Fernando Tatis Jr., at least in San Diego.
James Young joins Ben to break down how crucial Khris Middleton's role is for the Milwaukee Bucks as he returns to the starting lineup from injury.
Kevin Walsh joins Ben to break down if he believes the Eastern Conference has six contenders to make the NBA Finals this season.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Tampa Bay Rays infielder Yandy Díaz agreed to a $24 million, three-year contract on Tuesday that avoided a salary arbitration hearing.
Longtime broadcaster Chip Caray is taking over as the play-by-play voice of the St. Louis Cardinals more than five decades after his grandfather and Hall of Fame broadcaster Harry Caray became a baseball staple with the same club.
Sports gambling is big business and could change the way we watch baseball.
The Minnesota Twins were smitten after one season of Carlos Correa's hitting, defense, intelligence, experience and leadership. The belief in those traits was strong enough to commit a franchise-record amount of guaranteed money for at least the next six years.
ATLANTA — Atlanta Braves manager Brian Snitker, coming off the team's fifth consecutive NL East title, signed a contract extension on Friday that runs through the 2025 season.
Craig Mish details the latest sports news.
The Oakland A's have been negotiating for a stadium in Oakland or Las Vegas. Oakland officials want to keep the A's, but they have been careful about spending public money. Las Vegas officials aren't likely to provide public funding. The A's also could explore other cities.
Left-hander Jeffrey Springs became the first of the 33 players who exchanged proposed arbitration salaries with their teams to reach a deal, agreeing to a $31 million, four-year contract with the Tampa Bay Rays.
Adrián Beltré highlights the first-time eligibles for election to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2024. Joe Mauer, Chase Utley, David Wright, José Bautista and Matt Holliday are also expected to make their debuts on the ballot next year.
Chicago White Sox pitcher Mike Clevinger is being investigated by Major League Baseball following an allegation of domestic violence. Olivia Finestead publicly revealed the allegations in an Instagram post.
Slick-fielding third baseman Scott Rolen has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame with five votes to spare above the 75% needed. The seven-time All-Star and eight-time Gold Glove winner appeared on 297 of 389 ballots cast by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America for 76.3%. He becomes the 18th third baseman elected to the Hall, the fewest of any position. First baseman Todd Helton was second with 281 votes for 72.2%, falling 11 votes short, and reliever Billy Wagner third with 265 for 68.1%. Rolen had a .281 batting average with 316 homers and 1,287 RBIs with the Phillies, Cardinals, Blue Jays and Reds from 1996-2012.
Slick-fielding third baseman Scott Rolen was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame with five votes to spare above the 75% needed. The seven-time All-Star and eight-time Gold Glove winner appeared on 297 of 389 ballots cast by the Baseball Writers' Association of America for 76.3%. A player needed 292 votes for election.
“Brian is a well-rounded player that should help us in a number of ways on both sides of the ball,” Brewers president of baseball operations Matt Arnold said.
It looks as if Chicago White Sox slugger Eloy Jiménez could spend a lot of time at designated hitter this year. Jiménez himself has other plans. The 26-year-old said he is preparing to play more games in the outfield.
Scott Rolen could become just the 18th third baseman elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame, the fewest of any position. Rolen is one of the top contenders among 28 players in this year’s Baseball Writers’ Association of America vote that will be announced Tuesday night.
Who should join the Class of 2023? How will PEDs factor into voting? Those topics and more in advance of Tuesday's announcement.
Bando spent his last five seasons with Milwaukee, playing on the franchise's first winning team in 1978 and its first postseason team in 1981 before joining the Brewers' front office.
Alan Porter and Adrian Johnson became the MLB's second and third Black umpire crew chiefs as the league announced 10 retirements along with promotions from the minors.
The Jaguars and Giants combined for seven wins last season. Now, they're two victories away from playing in the Super Bowl.
Milwaukee went 86-76 last year, finishing one game behind Philadelphia for the last wild-card berth, and the Phillies won the pennant before losing the World Series to the Houston Astros.
Former Marlins third baseman/right fielder Brian Anderson batted .222 with eight homers and 28 RBIs in 98 games last season while posting a .311 on-base percentage and .346 slugging percentage.
The Los Angeles Dodgers were hit with a $32 million luxury tax for the second straight season, among six teams paying a penalty as baseball payrolls rebounded after the lockout to a record $4.56 billion.
In 134 games with the Brewers this past season, Andrew McCutchen hit .237 with 17 home runs, 69 RBIs and 66 runs scored, producing an OPS of .700.
Brewers catcher Victor Caratini and left-hander Hoby Milner agreed to one-year contracts Thursday, a day ahead of the swap of proposed arbitration salaries between players and teams.