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Need a baseball refresher? These nine second-half story lines are what to watch – Washington Post

Friday, July 14, 2017

As Major League Baseball emerges from the All-Star break,the finish line is starting to come into view. The four-day break affords a chance to reset starting rotations, and in places such as Washington, Los Angeles and Houston, it isn’t too early to start counting in five-day chunks to line up your Game 1 starter. Elsewhere, the wild-card standings become an essential part of each morning. The next few weeks will…

Deion Sanders: Professional Baseball Player – Monday Morning Quarterback

Friday, July 14, 2017

With 22 Class A games under his belt, how do Tim Tebow’s minor league numbers stack up against other cross-sport stars like Michael Jordan and Russell Wilson?  Welcome to Baseball Week. As training camp approaches and baseball takes a break for its mid-summer classic, The MMQB presents a week of stories on the crossover between hardball and football. Deion Sanders is dancing. Not down the sideline, balletically high-stepping…

Baseball is booming and doesn’t need all this tinkering – New York Post

Friday, July 14, 2017

I must confess, I missed the great exodus of baseball fans. I must have mistaken as an illusion all those heads I see buried every single night during the summer, scouring scores, firing up the MLB package to watch games on their cell phones that aren’t being shown on the saloon TV. I must have missed all those empty seats at the ballpa … Wait, what’s that you say? There…

Junior Major/Wasson Baseball registration discounts – Milford Mirror

Friday, July 14, 2017

The Milford Junior Major League/Daniel S. Wasson Baseball will be offering its 2017 fall youth baseball program for all children ages 4-15. Registrations from all school districts are accepted. The 2017 offering includes seven divisions consisting of T-Ball ages 4-5 ($60), Rookie ages 6-7 ($60), Minor ages 8-9 ($100), Major ages 10-11 ($100), Babe Ruth age 12 ($170), Babe Ruth age 13 ($170), and Babe Ruth ages 14-15 ($170). Pricing…

Baseball is booming and doesn’t need all this tinkering – New York Post

Friday, July 14, 2017

I must confess, I missed the great exodus of baseball fans. I must have mistaken as an illusion all those heads I see buried every single night during the summer, scouring scores, firing up the MLB package to watch games on their cell phones that aren’t being shown on the saloon TV. I must have missed all those empty seats at the ballpa … Wait, what’s that you say? There…

Baseball is booming and doesn’t need all this tinkering – New York Post

Friday, July 14, 2017

I must confess, I missed the great exodus of baseball fans. I must have mistaken as an illusion all those heads I see buried every single night during the summer, scouring scores, firing up the MLB package to watch games on their cell phones that aren’t being shown on the saloon TV. I must have missed all those empty seats at the ballpa … Wait, what’s that you say? There…

Baseball is booming and doesn’t need all this tinkering – New York Post

Friday, July 14, 2017

I must confess, I missed the great exodus of baseball fans. I must have mistaken as an illusion all those heads I see buried every single night during the summer, scouring scores, firing up the MLB package to watch games on their cell phones that aren’t being shown on the saloon TV. I must have missed all those empty seats at the ballpa … Wait, what’s that you say? There…

Rays announce that outfielder Colby Rasmus is stepping away from baseball – CBSSports.com

Friday, July 14, 2017

Rays outfielder Colby Rasmus was on the disabled list with a hip injury heading into the All-Star break, but now he might miss the rest of the season with what sounds like an unrelated matter.  The Rays released a statement:  Rays Tampa Bay Times beat writer Marc Topkin further reports that Rasmus isn’t expected to return to the team this season. On the field, he was having a productive offensive…

Baseball is booming and doesn’t need all this tinkering – New York Post

Thursday, July 13, 2017

I must confess, I missed the great exodus of baseball fans. I must have mistaken as an illusion all those heads I see buried every single night during the summer, scouring scores, firing up the MLB package to watch games on their cell phones that aren’t being shown on the saloon TV. I must have missed all those empty seats at the ballpa … Wait, what’s that you say? There…

Sports Today: 5 ways to make baseball even better – MyDaytonDailyNews

Thursday, July 13, 2017

There is still no baseball today, but that just gives us another chance to talk about how great baseball is — and how to keep it that way.  Let’s get this straight before we go too far: Baseball is not dying.  That’s a silly, dumb, lazy narrative that gets too much play from people who should know…

Have an idea to make baseball better? Share it with us – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Thursday, July 13, 2017

See more of the story We’re not going to get into an argument over whether baseball is “in trouble.” That’s an old discussion and the answer can be framed in so many ways. The position here is that baseball is doing just fine. But like almost everything that’s doing just fine, baseball could be better. One of the issues addressed by commissioner Rob Manfred over the All-Star Game break was…

If baseball can’t keep kids playing, it will slowly go extinct – New York Post

Thursday, July 13, 2017

When Rob Manfred became Major League Baseball commissioner in August 2014, he didn’t just talk about focusing on youth participation. He put his words into action, investing money and time in several initiatives to increase the number of kids playing the sport. Three years later, the numbers aren’t necessarily booming, but leaders in youth baseball are optimistic about the strides being made, and pointed to the Commissioner’s Office as a…

If baseball can’t keep kids playing, it will slowly go extinct – New York Post

Thursday, July 13, 2017

When Rob Manfred became Major League Baseball commissioner in August 2014, he didn’t just talk about focusing on youth participation. He put his words into action, investing money and time in several initiatives to increase the number of kids playing the sport. Three years later, the numbers aren’t necessarily booming, but leaders in youth baseball are optimistic about the strides being made, and pointed to the Commissioner’s Office as a…

Baseball players are still big. It’s just baseball that got small – MyAJC (blog)

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Three All-Stars. Can you name them? (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) Baseball’s All-Star game once marked a peak in the summer sports calendar. This All-Star game finished second in the overnight Nielsens to “America’s Got Talent.” Its 6.5 rating was a tick above from last year’s all-time low of 6.4. This after a highly hyped Home Run Derby won by Aaron Judge, a fresh face who plays in New York. This after…

An East Coast Baseball Tour, Part I – Twinkie Town

Thursday, July 13, 2017

At the tail end of June — which is already somehow over a week ago — I embarked upon the sportiest vacation I’d ever dreamed of (which is a sentence that sports-loathing childhood me would look upon in disgust.) It was seven full days of nonstop action, lots of bus riding, and most of all: baseball. For one week, me, my dad, and 23 others were escorted via charter bus…

If baseball can’t keep kids playing, it will slowly go extinct – New York Post

Thursday, July 13, 2017

When Rob Manfred became Major League Baseball commissioner in August 2014, he didn’t just talk about focusing on youth participation. He put his words into action, investing money and time in several initiatives to increase the number of kids playing the sport. Three years later, the numbers aren’t necessarily booming, but leaders in youth baseball are optimistic about the strides being made, and pointed to the Commissioner’s Office as a…

Baseball players are still big. It’s just baseball that got small – MyAJC (blog)

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Three All-Stars. Can you name them? (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) Baseball’s All-Star game once marked a peak in the summer sports calendar. This All-Star game finished second in the overnight Nielsens to “America’s Got Talent.” Its 6.5 rating was a tick above from last year’s all-time low of 6.4. This after a highly hyped Home Run Derby won by Aaron Judge, a fresh face who plays in New York. This after…

Column: Can’t somebody speed up the game of baseball? – FOXSports.com

Thursday, July 13, 2017

That didn’t last long. A day after basking in the glow of the most watched All-Star Home Run Derby in nearly a decade, reality intruded on baseball. Though fans still seems to dig the long ball, they don’t seem too keen about the game itself. That’s a real problem for the sport, though it’s hard to blame fans for not tuning in for the All-Star Game. Those in Miami were…

It’s time to debate the future of baseball – New York Post

Thursday, July 13, 2017

To weigh in on the present and future of baseball, The Post organized an All-Star panel of players past and present, an MLB competition committee member and two Hall of Fame voters. Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson, Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia, YES broadcaster David Cone and Mets general manager Sandy Alderson joined The Post’s Joel Sherman and Ken Davidoff to discuss all things baseball: Pace of play JOEL SHERMAN: Pace of…

If baseball can’t keep kids playing, it will slowly go extinct – New York Post

Thursday, July 13, 2017

When Rob Manfred became Major League Baseball commissioner in August 2014, he didn’t just talk about focusing on youth participation. He put his words into action, investing money and time in several initiatives to increase the number of kids playing the sport. Three years later, the numbers aren’t necessarily booming, but leaders in youth baseball are optimistic about the strides being made, and pointed to the Commissioner’s Office as a…