MLB owners are hacking away at the sport’s own institutions, then blaming everybody else for the wreckage.
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The thing about parachute day was that you never knew it was coming. An elementary school gym class would simply arrive to the boxy combination gymnasium/auditorium and there it would be: a massive circle of silk as bright as a circus tent, making even the glare from the industrial fluorescent lights in their basketball-proof wire…
Last year the signature event of the baseball industry was held in an upscale Disney resort hosted in a tiny tax shelter of a town carved out of Orlando that had a reported population of 47 in the last census. With a single lobby and accompanying bar, the initial thrill of hanging out with all…
There was a lot going on, verbally, yesterday in baseball. The offseason bell was rung in the traditional fashion, with the ceremonial sad Rays-Mariners trade, and every GM gazed upon the dozens of thirtysomething second baseman that comprise the free agent market. Fans and reporters, meanwhile, girded themselves for another long winter, suffering from baseball’s…
When it comes time to negotiate the next CBA, perhaps Scott Boras could help the players reclaim lost ground.
The Stephen Drew/Scott Boras qualifying offer odyssey comes to a non-tragic conclusion.
Kendrys Morales is so money and you don’t even know it.
Ben and Sam discuss Jay Z’s potential to be a new kind of agent, and whether they’d want to be one of his clients.
Ben and Sam discuss a World Series suggestion by Scott Boras and the Hall of Fame cases of three PED-implicated players. (Breaking Bad spoilers from 2:00-6:00.)
The offseason saga of a free agent starter ends with his signing by the Brewers.