Baseball owners and players ratified their five-year labor contract Tuesday, which contains a new Anti-Hazing and Anti-Bullying Policy formulated by management, rules the union agreed not to contest.
That baseball hazing ritual of dressing up rookies as Wonder Woman, Hooters Girls and Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders is now banned.
Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals supposedly are at odds over his $400 million demand despite the Las Vegas slugger’s contract not coming due until after the 2018 season.
A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press that free agent closer Aroldis Chapman and the New York Yankees have reached agreement on an $86 million, five-year deal.
Don’t be surprised if the New York Mets sneak Tim Tebow into some spring training action.
Derek Jeter’s No. 2 is being retired, the last of the New York Yankees’ single digits.
Pedro Lopez managed in Double-A Binghamton for five years before being promoted to Triple-A.
If Bryce Harper’s representatives have had real discussions about a long-term contract with the Washington Nationals, general manager Mike Rizzo is not tipping his hand.
LeBron James made good on a bet with close friend Dwyane Wade and showed up wearing a Chicago Cubs uniform before Friday night’s game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls.
Baseball players and owners reached a tentative agreement on a five-year labor contract Wednesday night, a deal that will extend the sport’s industrial peace to 26 years since the ruinous fights in the first two decades of free agency.