The kitschy home-run sculpture at Marlins Park can’t be removed by Derek Jeter or anyone else who might buy the team, according to its owner: Miami-Dade County.
Jeffrey Loria has reportedly agreed to sell the Miami Marlins to a group fronted by former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter. With the smoke clearing, we’re starting to get more information about the new group and its plans — including one possibility that figures to be unpopular.
Plenty of ink has been spilled over the possible location for the new Oakland A’s ballpark. But what do fans really care about?
An online survey released by the A’s asks the team’s devotees not only to rank the three sites under consideration, but help decide how it should “feel.”
An attorney for the Arizona Diamondbacks says that Major League Baseball is so alarmed at the conditions of Chase Field that the league may require the team to leave the city unless stadium repairs are done.
The dugouts have been removed. The natural-grass baseball field has been turned into an artificial-turf football field. A new grandstand has been constructed in what used to be right field.
A facelift is supposed to be a nip here, a tuck there and some minor tugging: If you end up with a perpetually surprised expression, you’ve done it wrong.
Turner Field’s transformation is in the home stretch. The former home to the Atlanta Braves is still searching for its official name, but the new home for the Georgia State Panthers is looking more like a football field
With the possible exceptions of Wrigley Field and Fenway Park, Dodger Stadium may be the most iconic ballpark name in all of baseball. Now, that eminently recognizable moniker may be getting a bit clunkier in the service of increasing club revenues.
MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said Tuesday that the potential of the Tampa Bay market makes it worth waiting — to a certain, undefined point anyway — for the Rays to work out a new stadium deal, and he remains optimistic of an agreement.
The city of Arlington has formalized a plan to refinance its AT&T Stadium debt to help pay for the city’s half of the new $1 billion retractable-roof stadium for the Texas Rangers.