Baseball

MLB, Peacock Announce 18-Game Slate As League Leans into Streaming Platforms

NBC hasn’t carried Major League Baseball games in decades — but that’s changing this year.

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Atlanta Braves Unveil $151 Burger, Chance to Buy World Series Ring

The burger includes Wagyu beef, gold-leaf-wrapped foie gras, and lobster tail. It is being sold to commemorate the team’s first World Series since 1995.

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Jose Ramirez Inks Largest Contract in Cleveland History

The five-year, $124 million extension is double the largest contract the club has ever given out. Only RP Emmanuel Clase also has a contract past 2022.

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Oakland A’s Hit with Lawsuit Over $12B Ballpark Plans

The Oakland A’s have hit yet another roadblock to getting their new stadium plans approved.

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San Francisco Giants Open $65M Training Facility

The San Francisco Giants unveiled a revamped training facility in Arizona. The facility will be used year-round.

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Judge Rejects Attempt to Block $320M Angel Stadium Sale

The sale of Angel Stadium and surrounding land came closer to being finalized when a judge dismissed complaints seeking to block the sale.

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Inside Carlos Correa’s Surprising 3-Year Twins Deal

Two-time All-Star Carlos Correa agreed to a three-year, $105.3 million contract with the Twins. The shortstop’s time in Minnesota might be short, however.

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Oakland A’s Ballpark Plan Hits Snag, Vegas Pursuit Continues

The Oakland A’s had a setback in its attempt to develop a new stadium. The team placed a bid on a fifth Las Vegas site.

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Dodgers Look Unbeatable After $162M Freeman Signing

Freddie Freeman’s $27 million salary is second on the team. Los Angeles now has three of the top six NL MVP favorites on its roster.

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Seiya Suzuki is MLB’s Latest Big-Money Japanese Star

The outfielder — a five-time All-Star in Nippon Professional Baseball — has agreed to a five-year, $85 million deal with the Cubs.

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