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A 20-year-old food service worker who was caught on video spitting on customers' pizzas at Comerica Park has been arrested and charged with a felony count and a misdemeanor count of food law violations.
These days, everyone's got a hot take on how to "fix" Major League Baseball. These suggestions all seem to be aimed at a crowd that MLB wants to appeal to — people who are not currently interested in baseball games.
Boston bros with ‘connections’ find lost Red Sox championship banner and wanted to be compensated, but got nothing in return
Two Bostonians picked up a Red Sox division title banner from the street after it fell off of a truck. They tried to leverage their new find for playoff tickets, but they have reportedly returned the banner without any payoff.
Brewers star Christian Yelich became the fifth player in MLB history to hit for the cycle twice and one season and the first to do it against the same team, but it would not have been possible without teammate blank's hustle in what was already a blowout.
Several teams in the southeast are reaching out to offer free tickets to fans displaced by Hurricane Florence
Florida, Tennessee, and the Atlanta Braves have all offered up tickets to those displaced by the storm.
Trevor Story hit 3 home runs including one that traveled 505 feet, the longest in the history of Statcast
Trevor Story could not be stopped on Wednesday night.
Japanese 2-way sensation Shohei Ohtani hit 2 home runs just hours after it was announced that he would need Tommy John surgery
Shohei Ohtani might not be able to pitch again this season, but on Wednesday night he proved he's still one of the most powerful bats in baseball.
Mets third baseman Todd Frazier fooled an umpire into believing he secured an out in foul territory using a ball he found in the stands
Todd Frazier used a bit of trickery to secure an extra out for the Mets on Monday night.
While the best players do get paid in sports, there are always a few surprising names that rank highest in career earnings. Across the NBA, MLB, NFL, and more, there are a few players who've earned more money than people would expect.
The baseball world is outraged after the hottest hitter in the game was beaned with a 97 mph fastball on the first pitch of the game
Ronald Acuna Jr.'s hot streak was cut short on Wednesday night after Jose Urena hit him with a 97 mph fastball on his very first pitch of the game — and the moment sparked a debate about the "unwritten rules" of the sport.