Judge and Yankees agree to $19M agreement before arbitration

Aaron Judge and the New York Yankees have agreed to a $19 million contract deal for the 2022 season, avoiding an arbitration hearing scheduled for Friday, sources confirmed to ESPN. Judge stands to earn an additional $250,000 per MVP and $250,000 per World Series MVP, according to multiple reports and confirmed by ESPN. Judge, 30, … Read more

Selections from Mexico and Venezuela star in brutal beating during the Baseball Pre-World Cup [Video]

Despite the altercation, Mexico entered its name in the U23 Pan American final. Photo: Hector Vivas/Getty Images The Under-23 teams from Mexico and Venezuela staged a pitched battle during the semifinals of the Pan American Baseball Championshipwhich takes place in Aguascalientes. The exchange of blows occurred when the ninth Aztec was up 2-0 on the … Read more

Mexican wide receiver Kirk sweeps all-star votes

The Mexican Receiver Alexander Kirk He surprisingly leads the voting at his position in the American League for the 2022 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, and he does so by edging out his closest challenger by more than half a million votes. LaLiga, Liga MX, Bundesliga, MLS, MLB, UFC, Boxing and thousands of live events, … Read more

Fifty years later, Curt Flood’s sacrifice has yet to be celebrated

On Sunday, the American nation will celebrate Juneteenth, the date slaves in Texas were told they were free. For me, June 19 also represents a significant event in baseball history. Curt Flood lost his challenge to MLB’s reserve clause in 1972. Three years later, an arbitrator ruled that two pitchers could trade with any team … Read more

Manfred doesn’t rule out relocation of Rays and A’s

NEW YORK — Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said the Tampa Bay Rays and Oakland Athletics need to reach new stadium deals soon and left open the strong possibility of considering relocation if they don’t. “There is urgency about Tampa,” Manfred said Thursday during a news conference after an owners meeting. “There has to be a … Read more

Orioles will never ‘leave’ Baltimore, CEO says

The Orioles will “never leave” Baltimore City. This was stated by the president and CEO of the team, John Angelos, who made this statement on Monday in the midst of a family legal battle. Louis Angelos (L) and John Angelos (R) are currently in a legal dispute. Rob Carr/Getty Images On Thursday, Louis Angelos filed … Read more

La Russa would repeat intentional base with 2 strikes

CHICAGO — A day after ordering an intentional two-strike walk backfired, Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa said he would do it again. In the sixth inning of Thursday’s game in Chicago’s 11-9 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers, La Russa walked the right-handed hitter and speedy runner Trea Turner when he had a … Read more

Al Rojas Vivo: The top remains unchanged, but there is a new batsman in the Top 5

The Venezuelan Luis Arraez He entered the Top 5 of the Latin hitters ranking for the first time in his career, thanks to his spectacular assault on the batting leadership of both major leagues. The first places remained unchanged, with Jose Ramirez at the top, in the ninth installment of “Al Rojas Vivo”, published weekly … Read more

LAST MINUTE: Cuban baseball legend RECEIVED VISA and traveled to the United States today for a big event

By Yasel Porto A few days ago he called me by phone to tell me that he was in the Dominican Republic in the process of obtaining a United States visa and today I received the communication with the good news of his approval so that he could participate in one of the most transcendental … Read more

Los Angeles Angels fire manager Joe Maddon

The Los Angeles Angels, in the midst of a 12-game losing streak that has marred their remarkable start to the season, fired Joe Maddon as their manager on Tuesday. Phil Nevin has been named interim manager, the team announced. Maddon is the second manager to lose his job this season in less than a week, … Read more