Some of the self-proclaimed "best fans in baseball" are convinced there's more than meets the eye behind their favorite team's major Coronavirus outbreak.
The moment Cubs fans have been waiting for is reportedly here: The team is set to announce a deal with Comcast to carry its new Marquee Sports Network just in time for Opening Day. There is a catch however.
Despite signing a massive $365 million 12-year contract extension with the Dodgers, Mookie Betts' deal will actually end in only eight years due to the impending global apocalypse that will take place in 2028.
In order to feel "more comfortable" while playing at an empty Camden Yards, the Baltimore Orioles today announced that they will pipe in artificial sounds of fans booing the home team throughout the shortened 60-game 2020 season.
MLB's major problems with coronavirus testing come as an "odd relief" to a patient currently battling the disease with the help of a ventilator.
As players opt out of the 2020 season and fall ill to COVID-19, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred announced Monday that this season will be a "war of attrition."