Smells Good, Do You Play Well? MLB Players Vomit Themselves In Cologne

In juniors, where players often receive meager salaries, Pérez said he hasn’t seen too many players spraying themselves before games. But majors are more about everything from paychecks to notoriety. “You have to look good,” said Aledmys Díaz, 31-year-old Cuban Astros home player. “This most to show.” Gurriel said he used a cologne from the …

Rob Manfred and MLB Demand Consistency in Baseballs

Commissioner Rob Manfred recognizes that baseballs in his league are scrutinized by players, fans, and others, and as Major League Baseball works to address a variety of issues, his message on the subject has a central theme: consistency. Speaking to a group of sports editors at MLB’s headquarters in Manhattan on Monday, Manfred discussed the …

MLB Suspends Trevor Bauer for Two Seasons Amid Alleged Misconduct

Trevor Bauer of the Los Angeles Dodgers was suspended for two seasons, effective immediately, by Major League Baseball for violating the league’s domestic violence and sexual assault policy. The suspension, which will cover 324 games for free, was announced Friday by Commissioner Rob Manfred. It came after an investigation by the League. allegation of sexually …

MLB Letter Confirms Yankees Are Punished For Sign Theft In 2015

Sign stealing has long been a part of baseball strategy. When a shot hits, teammates carefully watch a catcher’s fingers or body language to figure out which shot to take. It’s fair game as long as teams don’t use any electronic device, such as a camera or computer, to facilitate the process. In past seasons—according …

MLB Confirms PitchCom Limits Sign Theft

Old-fashioned finger marks and steal marks – legal or otherwise – may be outdated in Major League Baseball, as teams will begin using electronic devices that transmit signals from catchers to pitchers starting this season. The system, which was officially unveiled on Tuesday, includes a push-button transmitter that attaches to the catcher’s glove-side wrist and …

MLB Creates ‘Ohtani Rule’ to Keep Star’s Bat in Games

TEMPE, Ariz. — Shohei Ohtani’s rise to majors American League Most Valuable Player Award winner In 2021, essentially, a big rule change for him in 2022. Major League Baseball and the players association reached a tentative agreement on a few rule changes for next season; one of them allows a starting pitcher who shoots for …

Unvaccinated MLB Players Will Not Be Allowed to Play in Canada

Major League Baseball players without the coronavirus vaccine will not be allowed to enter Canada to play games against the Toronto Blue Jays due to the country’s restrictions, and they will not be paid while the team is abroad as part of the sport’s new effort. contract. Current Canadian border restrictions do not allow unvaccinated …