Abrams was reportedly against the calls for boycotts that followed after Georgia passed a controversial new law that introduced sweeping voting restrictions.
"Mr. Manfred made a serious mistake," former Commissioner Fay Vincent wrote in an op-ed about the league's decision to move the game from Atlanta to Denver.
The Georgia Republican governor said that the new law expands voter access and argued other states have more restrictive voting legislation.
Major League Baseball saw an increase in viewership over the course of the pandemic while attendance wasn't possible.
The activist said that Georgia lawmakers who passed the new voting law knew what economic risks passing it would lead to for the state.
Fans will return to every MLB ballpark from Opening Day, but capacity will differ from team to team.
Steve Cohen had faced criticism from amateur traders and others amid the GameStop/Robinhood stock market debacle.
With the baseball legend's death coming just over two weeks after he was given a COVID-19 vaccine, some people have expressed skepticism.
Aaron died on Friday at age 86, according to his daughter, prompting a slew of tributes on social media.
Cohen wasted no time in responding to a tweet about "caving to cancel culture."
The Washington Nationals have asked president-elect Joe Biden to throw the first pitch in 2021 — a tradition upheld for a century before Donald Trump ended it. From Bush's post-9/11 World Series pitch to Jimmy Carter's dazzling strike, here are the presidential first pitches.
The Dodgers star becomes the first player in history to be named MVP and win a World Series title with two different franchises before turning 30.
Ford's death was announced by the Yankees in a tweet on Friday.
Brennaman, who works for Fox Sports Ohio, was suspended for making an on-air slur on a hot mic before reading a promo during a game.
Thom Brennaman allegedly referred to Kansas City, Missouri as "one of the [expletive] capitals of the world" Wednesday night.
The MLB team has had a lot of fun with their cutouts. Besides fans, they've also placed various cultural icons like Waldo and Chewbacca.
"Given the current circumstances, MLB believes that it is most prudent to allow the Marlins time to focus on providing care for their players and planning their Baseball Operations for a resumption early next week," a statement from MLB read.
President Donald Trump recently claimed he was going to throw the first pitch at a New York Yankees game in August, which surprised the team's staff, who said an invitation was never officially extended.
Some Major League Baseball teams placed cardboard cutouts in parts of their stadiums to make the thousands of empty seats feel less empty.
After a Sunday game against the Philadelphia Phillies, multiple additional members of the Miami Marlins have reportedly tested positive for coronavirus.
"The Yankees would be better served by honoring [COVID-19 victims] and their families rather than a president whose bluster and incompetence utterly failed to restrain the pandemic," Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. said.
The Angels relief pitcher kneeled in solidarity with Black Lives Matter protestors and was joined by MLB players from other teams.
Fauci will be tossing the ball in an empty stadium as baseball arenas around the U.S. remain closed to spectators, at least for now.
The opposing fans in Iowa also yelled, "Go back to the fields" and chanted "Trump 2020," according to the only Black player for the Charles City varsity team.
"Today I'm tipping my hat to everybody in the Negro Leagues who left a century-long legacy of talent, and spirit, and dignity, on our country," the former president said in a Twitter video.
It happened Wednesday after a controversial statement.
The Major League Baseball Players Association asked to hear a response from the league by end of business Monday.
Grandma Macnamara and George Herman Ruth apparently docked their boats next to each other in New York, and were friends.