Sean Hannity, Yankees Gift Healthcare Workers Tickets
Healthcare workers on the front lines of hard-hit New York City can look forward to taking in a ball game once their hard work is done. As part of the Combat COVID-19 Challenge that has been popping up throughout social media, Fox News host Sean Hannity and the New... Read more
Gov. Cuomo: Creativity Needed To Bring Sports Back To New York
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is among the millions of Americans missing sports these days. But in order for the MLB and other major pro leagues to return to New York, some creative thinking will be needed. In a weekend press briefing, the governor said that he’d welcome the... Read more
Baltimore’s Camden Yards To Serve As Community Kitchen
With Oriole Park at Camden Yards currently vacant due to the delayed MLB season, the stadium is finding new ways to serve the community. Acclaimed chef Jose Andres, who is based out of Washington, DC, is bringing his non-profit World Central Kitchen to the Baltimore ballpark to feed families... Read more
MLB Teams Lay Out Plans To Pay Ballpark Employees
As the MLB season continues to stay in limbo, many of the league’s franchises are doing their part to keep ballpark staff compensated for the time being. Majority of MLB teams are committed to paying their baseball operations staff through at least the month of May, ESPN reports. The... Read more
Cubs, White Sox Offer 5 Percent Interest To Season Ticket Owners
At a time when baseball fans are demanding refunds for unusable tickets, the MLB’s two Chicago-based teams are offering an alternative. Both the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs are reportedly offering season ticket owners 5 percent interest payments for any games that they miss out on this year.... Read more
Dr. Fauci: MLB Could Play Games With Some Fans
Dr. Anthony Fauci offered a glimmer of hope for anxious baseball fans last week when he assured that baseball could return this summer amid the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the infectious disease expert is providing even more good news by presenting scenarios in which MLB games could be played with... Read more
MLB Reportedly Considering Three-State Plan For Season
There are plenty of questions surrounding the timeframe of when the MLB season may begin, and even more questions around where games will take place. Insiders had previously reported Florida and Arizona as potential locations for the condensed season, utilizing the regions’ spring training parks to accommodate closed-door games.... Read more
Major League Baseball Hit With Lawsuit Over Ticket Refunds
Major League Baseball and its ticketing partners, including Ticketmaster and StubHub, have been hit with a lawsuit regarding ticket refunds as the season remains delayed. The suit was filed Monday with the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles and alleges violations of California’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act and Unfair Competition... Read more
Los Angeles Angels Distribute $1.2M To Stadium Staffers
The Anaheim Angels have gone above and beyond expectations to help gameday workers during this trying financial time. After the MLB announced that all 30 clubs would reserve $1 million to provide assistance to workers, the Angels began sending paychecks to ballpark employees. However, they have since contributed $1... Read more
MLB Players Facing Pay Cuts If Season Moves Forward In Arizona
The MLB is reportedly eyeing Arizona as the home of the 2020 season in order to keep players and personnel safe from the coronavirus risk and limit travel. Should that plan move forward, players are now facing the threat of pay cuts in order to account for lost team... Read more