It goes for a more stylized look than most baseball games, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth your time.
No one knows just how long the lockout is going to go on, or how short the 2022 season will end up being.
On the eve of the first MLB games lost to a labor dispute in decades, we need to look back to that moment to understand what’s happening now.
There is another challenge to MLB’s antitrust suit, so let’s look at what that might actually mean.
MLB has problems that need fixing, many of them of their own making, which makes it impossible to trust that they can actually fix those issues.
MLB is never honest about their money, and the recent concerns that the RSN gold mine will run dry is just another example of the league hoping to foist risk off on the players.
The commissioner of Major League Baseball wrote a letter defending the lockout, and there is no way that can exist without it being commented on.
MLB’s housing plan for minor leaguers isn’t bad, and there is more to glean from that fact than what’s being said by the league.
The Mets are struggling to find a new general manager, so I’ll do it. I’ll be the Mets’ new GM.