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- Sources: MLB clubs to give MiLB players housing
Amid mounting pressure from players and advocacy groups, Major League Baseball
will require teams to provide housing for minor league players starting in 2022, sources told ESPN.
ESPN. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- Baseball players having fun playing high school football
Matt Quintanar of Hart, Matthew Morrell of Cypress and Will Burns of Trabuco Hills among the two-sport standouts.
Los Angeles Times. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- Commentary: Wall Street Baseball heading for a bust on opener pitching strategy?
Using pitchers as openers has strategic value but is it good for the game? Dodgers starter Max Scherzer doesn't think it's something fans like to see.
Los Angeles Times. Sunday, 17 Oct 2021.
- Woman With Baseball Bat Allegedly Attacks Capitol Police, Bites Officer
'The woman became combative and bit one of the officers'
Daily Caller. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- Woman swinging baseball bat and screaming 'Defund the Police' arrested outside Capitol amid protests
Capitol police identified the woman as 25-year-old Olivia Romano on Friday. In a statement to DailyMail.com, officers say she was uncooperative and bit a police officer during a scuffle.
Daily Mail. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- Capitol Police Officer Bitten By Woman Carrying A Baseball Bat
Charges against the woman are currently pending.
Forbes. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- Dodgers and Giants Face Off In Rare Elimination Game Between 100-Win Teams
For the fifth time in baseball
history, teams with 100 or more victories will face off in a do-or-die postseason game. For the Dodgers and the Giants, a rivalry complicates matters.
New York Times. Friday, 15 Oct 2021.
- St. Louis Cardinals Pull Shocker By Firing Manager Mike Shildt
The St. Louis Cardinals surprised many in baseball
Thursday when they fired highly regarded manager Mike Shildt, who led them to the postseason each of the last three seasons.
Forbes. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
- Red Sox Beat Rays to Advance to ALCS
It sometimes feels like the Tampa Bay Rays are reinventing baseball, but it was Boston that upended conventional wisdom by using good hitting to beat good pitching in October.
New York Times. Tuesday, 12 Oct 2021.
- Tornados rip through Oklahoma along with baseball-sized hail
Several reported tornadoes ripped through Oklahoma late Sunday into early Monday morning, causing damage but no immediate word of deaths or injuries.
Fox News. Monday, 11 Oct 2021.
- Cora: Text from Belichick 'highlight of the year'
The sure sign for Red Sox manager Alex Cora that things are getting serious in the baseball
playoffs: He got a text from Patriots coach Bill Belichick wishing him luck.
ESPN. Sunday, 10 Oct 2021.
- US Marshals confirm man seen at 2016 LA Dodgers game is NOT most-wanted criminal John Ruffo
The unidentified baseball
fan was ruled out Thursday as the fugitive after a relative contacted the US Marshals confirming his real identity.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 9 Oct 2021.
- Ohtani wins Baseball Digest player of year; Scherzer top arm
Two-way phenom Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels was selected major league player of the year by Baseball
Digest and eBay.
Fox News. Thursday, 7 Oct 2021.
- Yankees' loss to Red Sox attracted most viewers for a baseball game on ESPN since 1998
Tuesday night's American League Wild Card game between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox peaked at 8.4 million viewers.
CNBC. Wednesday, 6 Oct 2021.
- Baseball fans recall "shot heard round the world," 70 years later
A game enshrined in memory that forged a lifetime of friendship. Michelle Miller looks back on MLB's famous "shot heard round the world," and sees how it's bonded some baseball
fans for seven decades.
CBS News. Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021.
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