MLB

MLB’s Sticky Stuff Crackdown Could Cost Some Pitchers Millions

MLB is cracking down on pitchers using foreign substances on the ball, and the results could affect player earnings going forward.

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Oakland City Council Votes to Play Hardball with A’s

The Oakland City Council approved a term sheet regarding its negotiations with the Oakland A’s, but not the one the team wanted.

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Disney Expanding Sports Reach Beyond ESPN

Disney could use its unique blend of sports rights, media properties and distribution channels to bring in streaming subscribers.

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Why the NFL Formed Its Own PAC

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL have followed in the footsteps of Major League Baseball through establishing a PAC.

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Disney Secures Wimbledon Rights for 12 More Years

ESPN will be airing Wimbledon in the U.S. until 2035 after extending its deal with the All England Lawn Tennis Club by 12 years.

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Expert: MLB Making 'Big Mistake' Not Sending Stars to Tokyo Olympics

Baseball’s returning to the Olympics after 13 years. Is MLB making a mistake by not sending its biggest stars to the world stage in Tokyo?

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Yankees’ Parking Feud Holding Up $1 Billion MLS Arena

Parking spaces have put a deal to restructure $240 million of municipal bonds for underused garages at Yankee Stadium on hold.

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MLB’s Highest-Paid Players Are Not Its Best

The highest paid players in MLB are not always its best, and that fact is made clear by the most recent list of the sport’s top earners.

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Operators Anticipate Sports Betting Gold Rush in Canada

The Senate of Canada passed a bill permitting each province to approve single-game sports betting.

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Univision to Launch Spanish-Focused Global Streaming Service

Univision unveiled the planned launch of a streaming service in 2022, just months after announcing it would acquire Televisa.

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