Throughout this Major League Baseball offseason, the Derek Jeter-led Marlins have shown they are not afraid of change. From moving the famous “Homer” sculpture from behind to the center field wall to redesigning the team’s logo, the new ownership group is distinguishing themselves from the previous ownership of Jeffrey Loria.
Tell AT&T Park goodbye, Giants fans. Buster Posey, Brandon Crawford and their mates henceforth will play ball at Oracle Park.
Not long ago, ballclubs installed scoreboards so fans could, you know, see the score. The fancy ones had graphics that would rival the video game “Pong.”
Seating capacity at Tropicana Field will be reduced to about 25,000 to 26,000 under a renovation plan aimed at improving fans’ experience.
A letter of intent between the Port of Portland and a group seeking to build a Major League Baseball-caliber stadium calls for the private group to pay up to $1.5 million over two years to exclusively negotiate redevelopment of a waterfront site.
The Seattle Mariners made their anticipated official announcement that they agreed to a 25-year naming-rights agreement with T-Mobile to rename their SoDo ballpark after the Bellevue-based cellular company.
Montreal has everything needed to support a major league baseball over the long-term, says a new report commissioned by business leaders who want to bring a team back to the city.
The fledgling ballpark plan in the Tampa Bay area is dead, placing the future of the Rays franchise there in jeopardy.
After a delay, a renegotiation, some public outcry and general local politics, the Washington State Major League Baseball Stadium Public Facilities District (PFD) Board and Seattle Mariners have reached a final agreement on a new 25-year ballpark lease for the venue formerly known as Safeco Field.
The fate of the “old” Globe Life Park in Arlington will not immediately be a wrecking ball, but rather home to a new pro football team.