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Gene Clines, part of 1st MLB all-minority lineup, dies at 75

Gene Clines, part of the first all-minority lineup in Major League Baseball history and a line drive-hitting outfielder for the 1971 World Series champion Pittsburgh Pirates, has died More »

 

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MLB not requiring COVID-19 vaccines for minor leaguers

Major League Baseball will not require players with minor league contracts to be vaccinated against COVID-19 this season but is mandating that most staff receive the shots More »

 

Advocacy group: MLB improves minor housing but not enough

An advocacy group for minor leaguers says Major League Baseball’s new housing policy is an improvement but still inadequate More »

 

Beltrán brings his own baggage to next year's Hall ballot

With Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling off the ballot, next year’s Baseball Hall of Fame vote figures to be a bit less contentious More »

 

Big Papi elected to HOF; Bonds, Clemens, Schilling left out

David Ortiz was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in his first turn on the ballot, while steroid-tainted stars Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were denied entry to Cooperstown in their final year under consideration by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America More »

 

David Ortiz was elected to the Hall of Fame his first time on the ballot; Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens were denied entry

David Ortiz was elected to the Hall of Fame his first time on the ballot; Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens were denied entry More »

 

MLB drops arbitration cuts after union holds on free agents

Major League Baseball withdrew its plan for more limited salary arbitration a day after the union withdrew its demand for greater free agent eligibility More »

 

Ortiz, Clemens, Bonds to be close calls for Hall of Fame

Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and David Ortiz appear to be the only players with a chance at Hall of Fame enshrinement when results are unveiled Tuesday, with Ortiz most likely to get in on his first try More »

 

MLB players withdraw free agency shift as labor talks resume

Locked-out Major League Baseball players removed the first of three major obstacles to a labor contract, withdrawing their proposal for more liberalized free agency when the sides met face-to-face for the first time since the management lockout began Dec. 1 More »

 

MLB's snail-paced lockout talks to resume with union offer

Locked out baseball players plan to make a counteroffer to management on Monday, 11 days after clubs gave the union a proposal when snail-paced negotiations resumed following a 42-day break More »

 

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