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Harper, Matz latest MLBers to aid in virus relief
Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper and Mets pitcher Steven Matz are the latest baseball players to make donations to coronavirus relief efforts.[read more]

PA to pay those at camp on minor league deals
About 370 players who were at big league spring training with minor league contracts will get advance payments of up to $50,000 each from the MLBPA.[read more]

Judge nixes fantasy players' lawsuit against MLB
While scolding the Astros and Red Sox for "shamelessly" breaking baseball's rules concerning sign stealing, U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff dismissed a class-action lawsuit against MLB by a group of daily fantasy sports contestants.[read more]

Ex-Astro Gattis: Obviously cheated baseball, fans
Evan Gattis, who was a catcher and DH as the Astros won the World Series in 2017 amid a sign-stealing scandal, said he understands why it's "not ... good enough to say sorry."[read more]

Bryant: AJ Hinch, Dusty Baker now on different sides of the same coin
The Houston Astros fired one manager after a sign-stealing scandal and hired the other to help the club rebound. Now both managers are finding their respective ways while baseball has been removed from circulation.[read more]

Muhammad Ali didn't know Tom Seaver was a pitcher
Tom Seaver was undeniably the best New York Mets player ever. Yet, Muhammad Ali thought he worked for a newspaper when the two met.[read more]

Virus likely to extend delay for Japanese baseball
The coronavirus pandemic is likely to extend the postponements of the Japanese pro baseball and soccer seasons.[read more]

L.A.'s Turner: Once back, end extras in HR derby
Dodgers slugger Justin Turner proposes going to a home run derby to end games tied after 10 innings this season.[read more]

Ex-Angels, Cards All-Star Edmonds OK after virus
Former Angels. Cardinals slugger Jim Edmonds said he's symptom-free after being diagnosed with coronavirus.[read more]

Second-Chance World Series: The best from every MLB franchise not to win it all
Our 32-team bracket is revealed. The tournament begins Monday.[read more]