Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig says he plans to retire in January 2015.
Major League Baseball is expanding its video review process next season, giving managers a tool they’ve never had.
Major League Baseball suspended New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez for 211 games on Monday, one of the 13 suspensions the league gave out stemming from the latest PED scandal that has rocked the sport.
Gresh and Zolak discuss additional replay in the MLB after last night’s blown call in the Red Sox-Rays game.
The last week of MLB’s season is all great theater, sure, but it’s all terribly, wildly unfair.
Zolak and Goucher talked with CBS Baseball Insider Jon Heyman who is in Kansas City for the All-Star Game. The guys discussed whether or not the Red Sox can catch the Yankees and what the Sox need to do to get better.
Despite a large public outcry for an expansion of the instant replay system, MLB commissioner Bud Selig said he’s not hearing it.
Gresh & Zo lead things off talking about the acquittal of 7-time Cy Young award winner Roger Clemens. Although he was found not guilty of perjury, where does he stand in the eye of the public. Will he be a Hall of Famer when he’s up for balloting this year?
Sorry for being late to the party, but I have a plan for the new MLB playoff format that should be put in place starting next season.
If the new MLB playoffs system had been in place in previous years, the Boston Red Sox very well could be sitting with a 93-year championship drought.