ESPN's Mendoza: Fiers should have gone to MLB…

ESPN analyst Jessica Mendoza thinks Mike Fiers should have gone to Major League Baseball first before he told a journalist about his allegation the Houston Astros had been using a camera to steal signs

Former Walmart exec, Royals owner David Glass dies at 84

Former Walmart Inc. chief executive David Glass, who owned the Kansas City Royals for nearly two decades before selling the franchise this past fall, died last week of complications from pneumonia

Danielle Kang opens with 63 to lead LPGA Tour season opener

Danielle Kang is off to a strong start in the new LPGA Tour season

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Cora remorseful, Red Sox begin search for new…

The Boston Red Sox insist they won the 2018 World Series fairly even as they begin their search for a new manager after Alex Cora was let go for his role in a sign-stealing scandal

Tagliabue, NFL Films' Sabol headed to Hall of Fame

Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue has made the Pro Football Hall of Fame in his fifth attempt

Alyssa Nakken Makes Baseball History

She has been named an assistant to new San Francisco Giants Manager Gabe Kapler.

Analysis: Baseball has become a prisoner of technology

Technology unleashed baseball's Analytics Era and now holds the sport prisoner

Analysis: NHL season marked by coaching carousel, changes

Firing coaches during the season is not uncommon on the National Hockey League

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Cheating Scandal Costs Carlos Beltran Managing Job

Carlos Beltran, who was named in baseball's report as an initiator of the Houston Astros' scheme to steal signs from other teams, has lost his job as manager of the New York Mets—before ever managing a game. The Mets and Beltran "agreed to mutually part ways," the team said...

San Francisco Giants Hire MLB's First Female…

Major League Baseball organizationSan Francisco Giants has hired its first female to join their coaching staff, Alyssa Nakken, a former softball player from Sacramento State, Veuerâs Taisha Henry has the story.

To stop sign stealing, MLB could fight tech with more tech

If Major League Baseball really wants to stop its teams from electronically stealing signs, it might consider fighting technology with more technology

Superintendent apologizes for teens yelling homophobic slurs

The superintendent of an Alabama school district issued an apology after a group of high school baseball players shouted homophobic slurs at a same-sex couple

Israel's unlikely Olympic baseball team dreams big for Japan

Team Israel’s improbable run to the Tokyo Olympic Games is spurring hope that it will provide the overlooked sport of baseball in Israel its long-awaited boost

AP source: Twins, 3B Donaldson agree to $92M…

The Minnesota Twins and 2015 AL MVP Josh Donaldson have agreed to a four-year contract, a person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press

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MLB Sign-Stealing Mastermind Loses His Job, Too

Baseball's newest cheating scandal has just felled it second big-name manager of the week. The Boston Red Sox say they've "parted ways" with Alex Cora, who led the team to a World Series in 2018, reports the Boston Herald . It was seen as a preemptive strike because Cora was likely...

Red Sox manager Alex Cora fired in sign-stealing…

The Boston Red Sox have fired manager Alex Cora