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Major League Baseball's lawyers say in a court filing that the Oakland Athletics' request to move to San Jose was turned down in June by Commissioner Bud Selig. The decision was included in a joint case management statement filed Friday in U.S.
In a court document filed in San Jose's federal antitrust case against the league, MLB lawyers revealed that the league denied the A's relocation request in a June 17 letter from Selig, who "formally notified the Athletics' ownership that he was not
Show me the money is the theme for this week's In a Word column. It's not because all our entries have something to do with money but one does in a big way. The person on the list has been shown the money and that's an
The Seattle Mariners have reportedly agreed to a 10-year, $240 million contract with second baseman Robinson Cano. Many experts
Pretty sad to see the negotiations over the new posting system between NPB and MLB continue to drag on. It's already December now and MLB teams are trying to set their rotations for next season. It doesn't look too good when NPB sends its director of
The Rockies could learn and maybe even take hope from the Avalanche. The hockey team is showing that a relatively low payroll and competitiveness aren't mutually exclusive if your organization knows what it's doing. The reliable capgeek.com website
In MLB, there were no positive steroid tests out of 5,391 samples Out of 5,391 urine and blood samples submitted over the past year, eight were reported by the league's laboratory to have tested positive for stimulants and resulted in discipline for
Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka was honored for his fielding on Thursday when he received his third straight Golden Glove award. Tanaka, a 25-year-old right-hander, went a 24-0 with a 1.27 ERA during the regular season and helped the Rakuten Eagles
I haven't written an In a Word column in a while but when I have, it's been a weekly sports recap type report. Today's column is a Turkey Day special article. That means the stories I'm recapping are really current.
In the past, the NFL Super Bowl Host Committee has enlisted thousands of unpaid volunteers to assist with events during Super Bowl week. The NFL's decision was prompted by litigation, a class action lawsuit that wasn't brought against the NFL but MLB.