Dominicans dominate Latino presence in 2021 All-Star Game

Seven Latin American players were elected to the starting lineups of the American and National leagues for the Major League Baseball All-Star Game (MLB), to be held on Tuesday, July 13, at Coors Field in Denver, Colorado. The Dominican Republic is the Latin American country with the most players in the starting lineups with four. […]

How the teams look after the MLB restructuring

As part of its minor league shakeup, Major League Baseball formally announced the 120 teams that will occupy the four affiliated spaces of each franchise from the 2021 season. MLB launched a plan for two Triple-A divisions and three divisions each for Double-A, High-A and Low-A classifications, and each franchise now has a team at […]

MLB New York Yankees could sign Luis Castillo for the 2021 season

The New York Yankees move cautiously in the market for MLB for the 2021 season and with several goals on the table, building a good starting rotation is a priority need. That is why Luis Castillo appears as a tempting offer. Brian Cashman, general manager of the Yankees, said they need safe pitchers and on […]

MLB clubs define minor league branch landscape

The 30 organizations of Major League Baseball (MLB) almost completely defined the new minor league landscape, announcing formal invitations to cities / teams that, if they accepted the offers, would become part of the renewed player development system. Basically, each organization would have branches of categories AAA, AAA, A strong (A +) and A medium […]

MLB: Trevor Bauer and Shane Bieber, favorites to win the Cy Young | AL BAT

We are nowhere near the first half of the regular role of the 2020 MLB season, an atypical campaign where only 60 games will be played due to the coronavirus pandemic that in addition to socially affecting the entire planet, sports and baseball will not they were the exception. Despite the difficulties to get the […]

MLB: Reds Suspends Reporter for Throwing Homophobic Insult on Air | AL BAT

The seventh inning of the first game of the doubleheader between Cincinnati and Kansas City was barely going to be played, when after a commercial break from the television broadcast the audience witnessed an unfortunate event. Unaware they were on the air, Reds’ chronicler Thom Brennaman launched some homophobic slurs. The announcer remained in the […]