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Death of Rays bullpen catcher Jean Ramirez ruled a suicide
The death of Tampa Bay Rays bullpen catcher Jean Ramirez near his home in Fort Worth, Texas, has been ruled a suicide.
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Rays: Bullpen catcher Jean Ramirez dies unexpectedly at 28
The Tampa Bay Rays announced that bullpen catcher Jean Ramirez died at the age of 28 years old.
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Travis Snider retires after 8 big league seasons
Travis Snider announced he will transition to a "former player" on retire from Major League Baseball after an eight year career.
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Twins to retire number for Hall of Fame-elected Kaat
The Minnesota Twins will be retiring Jim Kaat's No. 36 after he was recently elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame by the the Golden Days Era Committee.
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Orioles moving LF fence back at Camden Yards
The Baltimore Orioles will be moving the left field wall back as much as 30 feet in order to make the stadium more friendly to pitchers.
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Mets to retire Keith Hernandez’s No. 17 in July
The New York Mets announced they will retire Keith Hernandez's No. 17 in a pregame ceremony at Citi Field during the 2022 season.
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Report: MLB lockout talks to resume after 42-day break
MLB and the players' association are scheduled to meet in the first negotiations between the parties since labor talks broke off Dec. 1.
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Report: Yankees’ Rachel Balkovec to be first female MiLB manager
The Yankees are promoting Rachel Balkovec to manage the Tampa Tarpons, making her the first woman to skipper a team affiliated with MLB.
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Report: Mets hiring hitting coach Eric Chavez away from Yankees
The Mets are set to hire Eric Chavez as hitting coach as the team begins to put together a staff under new manager Buck Showalter.
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Kyle Seager retires after 11 seasons with Mariners
Kyle Seager announced his retirement after 11 seasons in the majors, all with the Mariners.
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Shohei Ohtani named AP Male Athlete of the Year
Shohei Ohtani's redefinition of modern baseball captured the world's attention in 2021, and that's why he's The Associated Press' Male Athlete of the Year.
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MLB lockout has Yankees in dark on players coming off surgery
The Major League Baseball lockout has the Yankees unaware of the progress players are making following surgery.
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Yankees finalize Aaron Boone’s coaching staff for 2022
The Yankees have finalized manager Aaron Boone's coaching staff for 2022, including new additions at hitting coach, first base coach and third base coach.
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Mark Kotsay named new manager of Athletics
The Athletics named former outfielder Mark Kotsay their manager to replace Bob Melvin, who departed earlier this offseason to manage the Padres.
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Mets hire Buck Showalter as manager
Buck Showalter is back with the Big Apple, now with the Mets.
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Trickle-down economics at heart of baseball labor dispute
Ballplayers have always relied on the big names to set the market, but has that caused the latest Major League Baseball lockout?
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Pirates tab former Brewers assistant Haines as hitting coach
Former Milwaukee Brewers assistant Andy Haines will replace Rick Eckstein as the Pittsburgh Pirates hitting coach.
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Former MLB outfielder Yasiel Puig signs with South Korean club
Former Major League Baseball outfielder Yasiel Puig has signed a one-year, $1 million contact with South Korean club Kiwoom Heroes.
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O’Neil, Hodges, Miñoso, Kaat, Oliva, Fowler get baseball HOF
Buck O'Neil joined Gil Hodges, Minnie Miñoso, Tony Oliva, Jim Kaat and Bud Fowler in getting chosen for the Hall of Fame by two veterans committees.
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Cubs give Stroman 3-year, $71M deal to improve rotation
The Chicago Cubs have signed right-handed pitcher Marcus Stroman to a three-year deal worth $71 million.
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Red Sox sign LHPs Hill, Paxton, trade Renfroe for JBJ
The Red Sox signed free agent left-handers Rich Hill and James Paxton and reacquired outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. from the Brewers.
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Not worth 1,000 words: Player images scrubbed from MLB site
Those looking for a photo of Mike Trout or highlights of Atlanta's Game 6 win over Houston in the World Series won't find them on MLB's official website.
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Manfred, Clark divergent views point to lengthy lockout
Hours into Major League Baseball's first work stoppage in 26 years, Commissioner Rob Manfred and union head Tony Clark presented diametrically opposed views of each side's negotiating positions that point...
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Passan: MLB's lockout is 'a fight about money'
Jeff Passan joins the Rich Eisen Show to discuss what's happening with MLB's lockout and what the issues are that must be resolved ahead of spring training.
Eisen discusses the ramifications of MLB's lockout
Rich Eisen discusses the consequences of the MLB's lockout and how many people are being impacted by the league's work stoppage.
Holley: MLB literally can't afford a lockout
Michael Holley tells Michael Smith why a lockout that extends into the MLB regular season will be the end of the league as we know it.
MLB owners lock out players, 1st work stoppage since 1995
MLB plunged into its first work stoppage in a quarter-century when the sport's CBA expired and owners immediately locked out players in a move that threatens spring training and opening day.
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Cubs give Stroman 3-year, $71M deal to improve rotation
The Cubs landed one of the top remaining starting pitchers on the free agent market.
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LA Angels re-sign closer Raisel Iglesias to $58 million deal
Closer Raisel Iglesias agreed to a four-year, $58 million deal to stay with the Angels.
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Diamondbacks add 4-time All-Star reliever Mark Melancon on 2-year deal
The Diamondbacks signed 4-time All-star reliever Mark Melancon to a two-year deal worth $14 million.
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Twins start rotation rebuild, sign Dylan Bundy to $5M deal
Dylan Bundy is on his way to Minnesota after the Twins signed the right-hander to 1-year deal worth $5 million.
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Teams spend $1B on day MLB, union likely head to lockout
Major league teams spent $1 billion just hours before Major League Baseball was expecting its first lockout since the 1994-1995 off-season.
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1983 AL Cy Young Award winner LaMarr Hoyt dies at 66
The Chicago White Sox announced that 1983 American League Cy Young Award winner LaMarr Hoyt died at the age of 66.
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Report: Pirates, catcher Roberto Pérez reach 1-year deal
The Pirates didn't waste time finding a replacement for Gold Glove catcher Jacob Stallings.
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Report: Tigers, Javier Báez agree to 6-year, $140 million deal
Javier Baez has agreed to a six-year, $140 million contract, giving the Tigers a dynamic bat for the middle of their order.
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White Sox sign reliever Kendall Graveman to 3-year, $24 million deal
The White Sox fortified their bullpen, announcing a three-year, $24 million contract with right-hander Kendall Graveman.
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Report: Cubs, Yan Gomes agree to 2-year, $13 million deal
The Cubs added another catcher, agreeing to a two-year, $13 million contract with Yan Gomes.
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Braves exercise 2024 option for manager Brian Snitker
The Braves have locked up manager Brian Snitker for three more seasons after he guided the team to its first World Series title since 1995.
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Braves pick up former All-Star Kirby Yates for bullpen
The Braves bolstered their World Series-winning bullpen by signing right-hander Kirby Yates to a two-year, $8.25 million deal.
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Carew, Jenkins, Schmidt, Smith on Hall of Fame committee
Hall of Famers Rod Carew, Fergie Jenkins, Mike Schmidt and Ozzie Smith are four of the 16 voters on the Hall of Fame's Golden Days Era Committee.
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Steven Matz finalizes 4-year, $44M contract with Cardinals
The Cardinals bolstered their rotation and finalized a five-year, $44 million deal with left-handed pitcher Steven Matz.
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Report: Mariners finalizing deal with Cy Young winner Robbie Ray
The Seattle Mariners and American League Cy Young Award winner Robbie Ray are finalizing a five-year deal worth $115 million.
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Marcell Ozuna suspended 20 games under MLB domestic violence policy
Braves outfielder Marcell Ozuna was suspended 20 games under the MLB domestic violence policy after being arrested on May 29th, 2021.
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Report: Rangers land Corey Seager on 10-year, $325M deal
The Rangers have landed big-time free agent shortstop Corey Seager to a 10-year deal worth $325 million, according to a report.
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Could deGrom and Scherzer be MLB's best duo?
Connor Rogers joins Brother From Another to discuss Max Scherzer's reported blockbuster deal with the New York Mets.
Report: Max Scherzer, Mets nearing 3-year, $130M deal
Eight-time All-Star Max Scherzer is nearing a three-year, $130 million contract with the Mets, according to a report.
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Red Sox owners reach agreement to buy Pittsburgh Penguins
Fenway Sports Group has reached an agreement with the Pittsburgh Penguins that would give the conglomerate controlling interest in one of the NHL's marquee franchises.
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Report: Blue Jays reach deal with pitcher Kevin Gausman
The Blue Jays have reportedly reached an agreement with right-hander Kevin Gausman on a five-year, $110 million contract, pending a physical.
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Report: Twins, Byron Buxton agree on 7-year, $100M contract
The Twins and center fielder Byron Buxton agreed to a seven-year, $100 million contract, according to a report.
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Report: Rangers have agreement with Marcus Semien on 7-year deal
The Rangers have reportedly reached an agreement on a seven-year contract with Gold Glove second baseman and potential shortstop Marcus Semien.
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