Major League Baseball
Baseball has a problem: Clayton Kershaw, Aroldis Chapman, Felix Hernandez and all the other kings of the hill are just too good.
The breakout band riding high on the success of “Best Day of My Life” have few ideas of musicians who’d make great athletes, including Fall Out Boy drummer Andy Hurley.
Alex Rodriguez has sued Major League Baseball and its commissioner, saying they are trying to destroy his reputation and career.
A petition recently launched is calling for Congress to revoke the National Football League’s tax exempt status forcing the league to pay billions from revenue in taxes.
D.C. traffic on game nights might seem to indicate otherwise, but apparently the Nationals are one of the least popular teams in baseball.
Here’s what you may have missed, or if you didn’t, what’s worth re-reading this week (June 3-7).
The Nationals got off to a good start Monday, but if the season takes a turn for the worse, take heed. Compared to other baseball stadiums, it is very expensive to drown your sorrows at Nats Park.
When thinking of the risks associated with playing Major League Baseball, kidnapping doesn’t quickly come to mind. But perhaps it should — especially if you’re a hardball prodigy hailing from Latin America.
At 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday afternoon, Major League Baseball’s non-waiver Trade Deadline passed with 19 teams within five games of postseason contention. For the first time ever, a record 10 clubs will earn an invite to MLB’s postseason dance. Let’s take a look at the most notable deals that went down.
The Nationals are sitting on D.C.’s first winning season in baseball in 43 years, with the most All-Stars representing the team since it’s inception 7 years ago, so it’s only fitting that, with an opening in 2015, Commissioner Selig brings the mid-summer classic back to the nation’s capital.