Having apparently exhausted all possibilities for a new stadium in their current home base of St. Petersburg, the Rays on Tuesday unveiled plans for a proposed new home across the bay in Tampa.
The 16 men and women who gathered at a restaurant in South San Francisco one afternoon for an informal reunion would be vaguely familiar to many Bay Area sports fans.
When Mike Trout hit a home run in the eighth inning of the Angels’ June 13 game at Safeco Field, most Mariners fans shared a general feeling of exasperation: How do you get this guy out?
With the regular season approaching the halfway point, it seems safe to say that this is baseball in 2018: lots of home runs, even more strikeouts—and, relatively speaking, not a lot of people in the stands to see them.
The Cleveland Indians plan to ask Cuyahoga County for $8 million to fund the renovation of Progressive Field. According to the organization, the improvements represent areas of the ballpark that need the most attention after 25 years of use.
Last fall, we got our first good look of the Texas Rangers’ new Globe Life Field. The $1.1 billion stadium will have a seating capacity of 40,000 when it is completed in 2020.
The Mariners were approved for a new 25-year lease at Safeco Field by the Washington State Major League Baseball Stadium Public Facilities District (PFD), the club announced Wednesday.
John Moores has some advice for A’s president Dave Kaval and managing partner John Fisher in their quest to fund and build a new ballpark within the city limits of Oakland: Stay strong. The results are worth it, the downside too extreme.
Wait. There’s a Major League Baseball team desperately looking to move out of its stadium partly because of burst sewer pipes and a deteriorating plumbing system … and it’s not the Oakland A’s?
Chase Field, at a capacity of 48,519, has always been too big a ballpark for the Arizona Diamondbacks to fill on a regular basis. Now, the 20-year old Major League Baseball club will have a chance to rectify the situation.