As the former "Jeopardy!" champ threw out the first pitch on Pride Day at Oracle Park, Fox Sports cut to two-day-old footage of Kurt Busch's toss.
Umpire Nate Tomlinson was struck through his face mask and received medical attention while on the field.
The governor defended his veto of $35 million in funding for a new training camp after the MLB team donated $50,000 to a gun safety organization.
The suspect's "speech was slurred, his eyes bloodshot, and his balance poor," police said.
"Stick to baseball you hacks," one detractor wrote in response to the MLB team's tweets about gun violence.
Black baseball players made up only about 7.2 percent of all MLB players at the start of the 2022 season, according to a report released this week.
"I am appealing this action and expect to prevail," Bauer wrote on Twitter shortly after the suspension was announced.
A melee erupted after a New York Mets hitter was nearly struck by a fastball. The team has been increasingly irritated about being hit by pitches.
The Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher announced he had filed a "defamation and tortious interference lawsuit" against Hill.
In a widely-shared clip on social media, Nationals pitcher Steve Cishek threw a fastball clocking in at 88 miles per hour, striking Francisco Lindor in the face.
The letter is in reference to an incident between the Yankees and the Boston Red Sox during the 2017 season.
The director of the Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's "Take Me Out" talked to Newsweek about the production and what has and has not changed in 19 years
The travel restrictions for entering Canada will impact the five teams in the American League East the greatest since the Toronto Blue Jays are in the division.
His Twitter profile picture and other information changed to promote several accounts including an NFT platform called "Skulltoons".
According to CBP, if the rings were real, the shipment would have been worth over $300,000.
The delay of Opening Day would be the first labor-related cancellation of games since the opening of the 1995 season, which was shortened to 144 games.
Major League Baseball said in a statement Friday that spring training games will begin no earlier than March 5, and Opening Day is scheduled for March 31.
Erik Kay faces a minimum of 20 years in prison and a $1 million fine.
Harvey said he ingested the drug in the L.A. Angels stadium along with Tyler Skaggs, a teammate who died of a fentanyl overdose in July 2019.
Manfred said Thursday that he believes that the team owners and the players' union will come to an agreement and end the ongoing lockout ahead of the upcoming season.
The Major League Baseball lockout dragging on threatens both spring training and the start of the season.
After going viral, the man caught the attention of not just NFL teams but also McDonald's, Heeley's and even Trojan Condoms.
The meeting ends a 42-day break in negotiations that started when management implemented a lockout in the sport's first work stoppage since 1995.
The lawsuit alleged MLB decided to keep minor-league teams based on if they were owned by parents clubs or political owners.
The viral video sparked comments and reactions from teams in the football league.