Baltimore Orioles players talk baseball with Cuban President Fidel Castro back in 1999

Baltimore Wants To Play A Spring Training Game In Cuba

Baltimore - The Baltimore Orioles who in 1999 went to Havana to play the Cuban National team in an exhibition game would like to do it again this spring. On the heels of recent improved relations with Cuba, the

Pete Rose diving into third base, just one of the legacies he leaves behind.

Could a Progressive Commissioner Give New Hope to a Reds Legend?

In a day and age where Major League Baseball is struggling to keep up in popularity with the NFL and the NBA, new commissioner Rob Manfred knows he must keep the game evolving. One issue impeding the game’s evolution

Mayor Bloomberg Makes Announcement With MLB Commissioner Bud Selig And Mets Owner CEO Fred Wilpon

Wilpon To Oversee Baseball’s Money

There is a new Major League Baseball Commissioner on the job. Rob Manfred now sits in the big chair in MLB’s Manhattan offices on Park Avenue and one of his first decisions was rather curious. Manfred appointed New York

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O Canada Dollar Slump and Sports

It may seem like old times for National Hockey League Commissioner Gary Bettman at this weekend’s NHL All Star Game in Columbus, Ohio. Two decades ago, Bettman was dealing with the plunging Canadian dollar which would eventually drop to

Adam Silver

NBA Jersey Ads Are Inevitable

For some reason, American sports fans think a sports uniform is a special piece of clothing that should just feature a team name or logo. The Pinstripes, in the case of the New York Yankees, Les “Bleu, Blanc et

MLB

MLB ASG 2017: Washington And Miami Are The Favorites

Yesterday at his final owners meetings in Phoenix, MLB commissioner, Bud Selig, who will be stepping down on Jan. 24th, changed things up a bit on his way out the door. Selig typically granted even-year games to American League

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Hawks’ Sale Is Latest Atlanta Problem

The Atlanta Hawks franchise ownership group has thrown in the towel and is looking to unload the franchise. Six local groups might be interested in purchasing the team, and the remaining years of the lease at the city owned

Montreal is not yet ready for the return to MLB baseball but they are working on it

Montreal Is Watching The Tampa Bay Situation

Yesterday, depending upon how you see things, it was either a good day or a bad day for St. Petersburg and the Tampa Bay Rays. There will after the first of the year be more conversations and hopefully in

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Senate to Discuss Sports Domestic Abuse Problems

The lame duck Senate session will include a visit from the four commissioners of the major American sports. Lawmakers apparently want to be filled in on what a private industry—sports—is doing to make sure their players are not beating

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How John F. Kennedy’s Signature Changed Sports

There is no question that John F. Kennedy was a significant player in the making of today’s American sports landscape. He signed a law in 1961 that completely changed sports and has made sports league a tremendous amount of