MLB

MLB, Players Narrow Gap But Don’t Reach Deal

MLB and its players neared an agreement on Wednesday, but still couldn’t break through on certain key issues.

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Apple Secures Rights to MLB Games

Apple announced its first foray into live sports in a new deal with MLB, gaining rights to two games each Friday.

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Trial Over $320M Angel Stadium Development Plan Underway

A trial over whether Anaheim illegally sold land to the Angels’ owner has begun. A decision is expected in around 30 days.

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Spring Training Delay Threatens $1.3B Economic Impact

The delay to baseball’s spring training is threatening $1.3 billion in economic impact in Florida and Arizona.

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The Chapter of MLB History That Can Save Its Future

Bob Kendrick brings joy, reverence, and optimism to baseball — and right now the game desperately needs that.

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Fitch: MLB Can Afford Lost Season

Financial analyst Fitch found that MLB could afford to lose the entire 2022 season. The league holds around $2.1 billion in debt.

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Fanatics Valuation Jumps Another $9B

Fanatics announced a $1.5 billion funding round, valuing the company at $27 billion. BlackRock and Fidelity were included in the round.

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MLB’s Last Work Stoppage In 1994-95 Proved Costly

MLB canceled games due to a labor dispute for the first time in 27 years. That stoppage sacrificed a World Series and affected future attendance.

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Optimism Fades for MLB Deal

MLB and the MLBPA failed to reach a deal on Tuesday. A late-night bargaining session on Monday had fueled optimism.

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MLB, NBC in Talks for Deal Worth Up To $150M

NBC Sports has had serious talks with Major League Baseball about broadcasting games this season in a deal that could range between $100 million and $150 million.

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