The Olympics, Tiger at the Masters, March Madness and how many Astros hitters would get beaned as baseball opened are just a few of the things we'll miss as coronavirus has most of the sports world on pause.
Pete Alonso trended on Twitter, after he swore during a mic'd up segment for Wednesday's spring training game.
Ken Giles has admitted the 2017 World Series title now feels hollow after the uncovering of a major sign-stealing scheme.
The New York Yankees take on the Washington Nationals on Wednesday, while the Houston Astros can expect another hostile reception when they face the New York Mets.
After a weekend marred by bad weather, the Dodgers take on the White Sox on Monday, while the Astros play the Marlins on Tuesday.
Fans showed up with all kinds of signs to shame the Houston Astros for being found guilty of sign-stealing, only to have their own signs confiscated.
Baseball makes its return this weekend, with 34 spring training games scheduled between Friday and Sunday
"It is a huge Advantage knowing what pitch is coming if I had a choice between using Peds and knowing was Pitch was coming I would pick knowing what Pitch was coming," Jose Canseco tweeted in response to the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal from 2017.
The Los Angeles Laker criticized Manfred's handling of the scandal and urged him to take action and fix things for the "sake of sports."
A Houston Astros season ticket holder has filed a lawsuit against the team following the outcome of their 2017 sign-stealing scandal, claiming that the team "secretly put a deficient product on the field."
Houston general manager Jeff Luhnow and manager AJ Hinch were suspended, but no players were punished by the MLB.
The Long Beach and East Fullerton Little League organizations have each banned the Astros as a team name after fallout from the 2017 cheating scandal. The Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series that season.
The label stems from the involvement of the two players in the Astros 2017 sign-stealing scandal, which Altuve and Bregman have both apologized for.
As Major League Baseball begins spring training, the Houston Astros spoke to the media about the team's 2017 sign-stealing scandal, with many of the players expressing remorse and apologizing for their actions.
During the first days of the MLB's spring training, New York Yankees' catcher Gary Sanchez spoke on the recent findings of the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal and took a subtle jab at Astros' second baseman Jose Altuve.
The Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal from 2017 continues to be an issue during the MLB's offseason, and a former team member suggest the Astros were not the only team stealing signs.
Major League Baseball won't strip the Astros or Red Sox of the World Series titles, and players who took steroids are still eligible for the Hall of Fame. It's time to reexamine letting Pete Rose and certain members of the 1919 Chicago White Sox back in the fray.
Tweets from a now-deleted Twitter account spread through fans, players and baseball media alike with shocking new allegations.
The tweet shows a video of Carlos Correa tossing his bat in the air, in celebration, with words that read, "Just feels like there's a buzz in the air."
Without Roger Clemens and the Black Sox and Mark McGwire and Gaylord Perry, baseball is boring.
"I think that the MLB probably wanted this to kind of be over and done with, and I think that would drag it out," former MLB All-Star Matt Holliday said.
The league began investigating the Astros' 2017 team when former Astros player Mike Fiers last November came forward to say his team had engaged in sign-stealing methods during 2017 that violated MLB policy.
The Yankees secured the right-hander's services by signing him to a record nine-year deal worth $324 million.
The New York Yankees, Los Angeles Angels and Los Angeles Dodgers are the front-runners to sign the 29-year-old in free agency.
"This is just like the steroids in my mind. Because the cheaters will always be ahead, but more importantly there's always going to be some level of benefit," former NFL player and co-host of ESPN's radio show 'Golic and Wingo,' Mike Golic Jr. said of cheating allegations against the Houston Astros.
When an ad for Trump's 2020 Presidential campaign flashed across a screen at Nationals Park in Washington D.C., fans began to jeer and some echoed the "lock him up" chants heard at Game 5 of the World Series.
The Nationals defeated the Astros in Game 7 in Houston to become the first team in World Series history to win four games on the road.
The road team won every game in the 2019 World Series, and Washington won its first world title since 1924. But that's not all.
The Nationals snapped a three-game losing streak with a 7-2 win in Houston to force the World Series to Game 7.
The Nationals have Max Scherzer back available for Game 7—and could Houston turn to Gerrit Cole after Zack Greinke?