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Owners Ultimatum Sends Baseball to the Edge of Obscurity

Baseball will never die. It’s played all over the world in different forms. As an example, there is Finnish baseball and a top prospect in the 2022 NHL Draft, Brad Lambert, talked about that with me recently. “I have been to a Finnish baseball game, and we always played it in

The Mets Search Continues for a Bench Coach

The New York Mets have recently hired some new coaches. Eric Chavez is their new hitting coach. He was a good player, and he was hired away from the Yankees, presumably for more money. Joey Cora is now their third base coach. He was a player that wall all effort. He

The Best and Worst Baseball Cities Will Surprise You

While the World Series rolls on. Here is a report that WalletHub did on this subject https://wallethub.com/edu/best-baseball-cities/12864. I spoke to Jill Gonzalez about a few of these cities. New York was #1. That’s not a surprise, but it’s still interesting to know why? “The number of teams is something that we look at,

MLB Has Created The Year of the No-Hitter

Rob Manfred changed the baseball again. This time he told us. The plan was to cut down on home runs. There were too many. So this time they messed with the laces again. NCAA baseball flattened them in 2015 to increase scoring. It did increase scoring. BUT they also use aluminum

The Latest 2021 World Series Odds

April is here. 30 Major League Baseball teams start their quest for the 2021 World Series. Check out the latest MLB news as we head into what should be, hopefully, a typical MLB Season so you can start getting ready to make your bets against their MLB odds. 2021 World Series Odds

The Wilpons Last Stand

We are heading into the home stretch where the Wilpons will lose the controlling interest of the New York Mets. No deal will be struck before midnight tonight or in the early morning and therefore they will ask BVW for one more favor, made a big trade on the August

Major League Baseball No Longer Exists

Major League Baseball has been hit hard with the pandemic taking the Miami Marlins out of action temporarily, and now the Philadelphia Phillies aren’t playing for a few days. It’s all connected. MLB has been trying to add better protocols on the fly it’s not working very well. Now bring on