It won’t be long before part of the 2022 season is in jeopardy.
MLB players and owners will meet Thursday. What does this mean for the 2022 season starting on time?
NARRATOR: "Everything... and nothing."
The league seems unprepared for the current media environment.
With expanded playoffs, winning your division will be more important, so here’s a very division-centric schedule proposal.
It’s a slow offseason during the lockout, so let’s take another look.
It might be the way the league will go in the future.
It’s about time this exemption was relegated to the dustbin of history.
... in case you were looking for a quick resolution.
The answer is... "Probably not."
There isn’t a lot of trust between the players and the owners
What could it be? Think for a moment.
Make no mistake: This will be Rob Manfred’s legacy.
If you think this is going to end quickly, just wait till you see some of the pettiness already in evidence on MLB’s part.
The former Cub is apparently heading for the Motor City.
Hint: It’s lockout related.
It’s one of the things that will be part of the CBA negotiations.
And, we have info on what the players are focusing on for CBA negotiations.
And Sammy Sosa, Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens return for their final chance on the writers’ ballot.
The Cubs prospect’s table might be ready.
You will not be surprised to learn who was behind it.
This should not surprise you. And, there’s a bit of news about the Oakland A’s stadium situation.
As always, we await developments.