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MLB World Reacts To Thursday’s Tampa Bay News

On Thursday, the MLB’s official ruling on the Tampa Bay Rays’ recent proposal was revealed. It turns out the Rays will not be able to split seasons between Montreal and Tampa Bay. Splitting the season between Montreal and Tampa Bay was discussed because the team’s attempt to build...
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MLB World Reacts To Tuesday’s Carlos Correa News

After seven seasons with the Houston Astros where he played a massive role in three World Series trips, All-Star shortstop Carlos Correa is a free agent. And after failing to get the initial free agency offer he wanted, Correa has new representation. Last night ESPN MLB insider Jeff Passan reported...
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MLB World Reacts To Rays Relocation Update

The Tampa Bay Rays are known for terrible attendance on an annual basis. Tropicana Field really only fills up if the Boston Red Sox or New York Yankees are in town. Ownership has thus tried to get creative in order to build excitement around the team and actually get fans in the seats.
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MLB World Reacts To Veteran Pitcher Retirement News

After a 14-year MLB career, All-Star pitcher Francisco Liriano is calling it a career. Liriano’s retirement was revealed to FanSided via his agent Mike Maulini. Known for his filthy slider, the Dominican-born lefty enjoyed success throughout his MLB career as a starter for the Twins, Pirates, Blue Jays, Tigers, Astros and White Sox.

MLB World Reacts To Thursday’s Depressing News

Today’s meeting between Major League Baseball and the players’ union reportedly went about as well as expected. Which is to say, not very. ESPN MLB insider Jeff Passan reported moments ago that the MLB Players’ Association reaction to the proposal from the league was “not positive.”

MLB World Reacts To Tuesday’s Significant News

For the first time in over a month, Major League Baseball and the MLBPA are set to meet Thursday to restart negotiations on a new collective bargaining agreement. ESPN’s Jeff Passan first reported the news that the two sides will convene for the first time since December 2. MLB officially locked out players on December 1 after the expiration of the last CBA.

MLB World Reacts To The Juan Soto Brother News

The Washington Nationals already have a young, franchise player on their roster in outfielder Juan Soto, but it sounds like the organization is preparing to bring in another talented prospect to the mix. And that young ballplayer has a strong connection to Soto. According to Byron Kerr, the Nationals are...

MLB World Reacts To Sunday’s Big Yankees News

The New York Yankees appear to have made some pretty cool minor league baseball history on Sunday afternoon. According to a report from The Athletic, the Yankees will have a female manager at the low-A ball level in 2022. Lindsey Adler reports that the Yankees have hired minor league hitting...

MLB World Reacts To Thursday’s Mets News

In the fall of 2021, the New York Mets were beset with a scandal as acting general manager Zack Scott was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI). But today there was big news on Scott’s legal proceedings. According to Mets insider Tim Britton of The Athletic, Scott...

MLB World Reacts To Monday’s Ken Rosenthal News

With Major League Baseball in the midst of a lockout, the league’s official network decided to make a notable change to ring in the new year, parting ways with well-renowned insider Ken Rosenthal. According to Andrew Marchand of the New York Post, MLB Network cut ties with Rosenthal recently....

MLB World Reacts To Wednesday’s Kyle Seager News

All-Star third baseman Kyle Seager has officially decided to call it a career. On Wednesday, his wife Julie relayed the important message to his fans. “Today I’m announcing my retirement from Major League Baseball,” Seager wrote. “Thank you to all of my family, friends and fans for following me throughout my career. It’s been a wonderful ride, but I am unbelievably excited for the next chapter of my life.”

MLB World Reacts To Thursday’s Cody Bellinger News

It turns out Cody Bellinger and the Los Angeles Dodgers agreed to a new contract right before the Dec. 1 lockout. However, the deal wasn’t reported until this Thursday. According to ESPN insider Jeff Passan, it’s a one-year deal for Bellinger that is worth $17 million. This contract allows him to avoid arbitration.