MLB has already raised its numbers, although players will have to sacrifice other details, according to a report

MLB has already raised its numbers although players will have

MLB offered to increase the base luxury tax threshold to $228 million next seasonand that number will rise to $238 million over the course of the CBA, details famed journalist Evan Drellich, Senior Writer for The Athletic That’s a pretty notable jump from previous MLB offers to start that mark at $220 million and increase … Read more

MLB cancels Spring Training games until at least one new date already announced

MLB cancels Spring Training games until at least one new

The spring training games of MLB 2022 will not start until at least next Friday, March 18, the league announced on its website. The exhibition work had previously been ruled out until March 11. It’s not a surprising delay, as it’s unlikely there will be a new collective bargaining agreement in place to start spring … Read more

MLB planning, subject to union approval, to reopen clubhouse access to accredited media

MLB planning subject to union approval to reopen clubhouse access

Major League Baseball has informed the Baseball Writers Association of America that he plans to reopen access to the clubhouse before and after the game to accredited media. In particular, that course of action is still subject to approval by the MLB Players Association. MLB has not provided clubhouse access to accredited media in either … Read more

Collective Bargaining Issues: MLB and MLBPA Raise Lottery Draft

Collective Bargaining Issues MLB and MLBPA Raise Lottery Draft

As part of the ongoing collective bargaining deliberations, Major League Baseball and MLB Players Association (MLBPA) have considered the possibility of implement some sort of Lottery Draft. With both sides set to hold a lottery, it seems likely that it will be included when the next CBA is finalized. However, the precise format the lottery … Read more

MLB: Why has the Assistant General Manager role become so popular in front offices?

MLB Why has the Assistant General Manager role become so

There is a lot of ambition in baseball headquarters and yet, for a growing number of executives, remaining in a supporting role is a good place to be, explain reporters Brittany Ghiroli and Eno Sarris of The Athletic. Either in an assistant general manager role or as a general manager Working under a president of … Read more

MLB: Strike out the work stoppage? Meeting with the MLBPA would already have day and month

MLB Strike out the work stoppage Meeting with the MLBPA

Last week, both famous journalists Jeff Passan of ESPN and Evan Drellich of The Athletic reported that Major League Baseball had been preparing basic financial proposals to present to the MLB Players Association -MLBPA-. Both Passan and Drellich suggested that this could start collective bargaining negotiations later this January. Popular USA Today reporter Bob Nightengale … Read more

MLB: The 25 Missing Major League Baseball Stadiums Still Missing

MLB The 25 Missing Major League Baseball Stadiums Still Missing

There are many cool parks and stadiums Major League Baseball that is worth visiting in today’s game. Something for just about everyone from purists to those in need of top-notch amenities. There is also something to be said for celebrating the ballparks of the past. Here is our ranking of 25 parks and stadiums that … Read more

MLB: Eight great players who retired in 2021, before the Strike

MLB Eight great players who retired in 2021 before the

This coming year 2021, we’ve seen quality former MLB players like him Mexican Joakim Soria, Daniel Murphy, Cody Allen, Nick Markakis, Héctor Rondón, Jordan Zimmermann, Welington Castillo and Nate Jones decide to withdraw. All current MLB free agents are experiencing the first work stoppage of their careers right now. If the lockout ends sometime in … Read more

MLB: Mike Shildt New to Commissioner Rob Manfred’s Office

MLB Mike Shildt New to Commissioner Rob Manfreds Office

After being fired by the St. Louis Cardinals in October, the former manager Mike Shildt is now heading to a job in the Commissioner’s Office. Shildt is expected to take a role in the field operations department, reporting to Senior Vice President Michael Hill. The Padres interviewed Shildt about his managerial vacancy, though instead of … Read more

MLB and MLBPA agree to move bidding deadline

MLB and MLBPA agree to move bidding deadline

Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association -MLBPA- they agreed to move the this year’s deadline for teams to submit contracts to players eligible for arbitration from December 2 to November 30 at 8:00 pm EST. The decision moves the bidding period before the expiration of the current collective bargaining agreement, which is scheduled … Read more