Rivera 1st unanimous HOF pick; Doc, Edgar…

Mariano Rivera has become baseball's first unanimous Hall of Fame selection, elected along with Roy Halladay, Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina

Insurance giant takes over naming rights for Brewers stadium

The home of the Milwaukee Brewers will no longer be known as Miller Park after next year

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Gray traded from Yanks to Reds after getting new…

Sonny Gray traded by Yankees to Reds after pitcher agrees to long-term contract with Cincinnati adding $30.5 million from 2020-22

Cubs 3B Bryant healthy again after last year's shoulder woes

Chicago Cubs 3B Kris Bryant feeling good again after last year's shoulder woes

AP source: Angels, Allen agree to $8.5M, 1-year…

AP source: Los Angeles Angels, reliever Cody Allen agree to $8.5 million, 1-year contract

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AP source: Ottavino, Yankees agree to $27M…

AP source: Reliever Adam Ottavino, New York Yankees agree to $27 million, 3-year contract

Mariano Rivera elected to baseball Hall of Fame, first unanimous pick

Mariano Rivera elected to baseball Hall of Fame, first unanimous pick

Mike Mussina elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

Mike Mussina elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

Red Sox manager Cora hedges on White House visit

Boston Red Sox manager Alex Cora doesn't sound so sure anymore that he will visit the White House for the celebration of the team's World Series championship

Roy Halladay elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

Roy Halladay elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

Edgar Martinez elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

Edgar Martinez elected to baseball's Hall of Fame

Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman will retire…

Reds play-by-play broadcaster Marty Brennaman to retire after 2019 season, his 46th in Cincinnati

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Former major leaguer Wetteland charged with child…

Former major league pitcher John Wetteland, MVP of the 1996 World Series with the New York Yankees, has been charged in Texas with continuous sex abuse of a child under age 14

Teens in MAGA Hats Jeer Native American Elder in…

Scores of teenage boys, many wearing pro-Trump “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) baseball hats and sweatshirts, mocked and jeered a group taking part in the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington DC on January 18, videos show.Footage from the incident at the Lincoln Memorial shows the teenagers mocking Nathan Phillips, director of Native Youth Alliance, as he sang and drummed, with one boy standing directly in front of Phillips, smiling. According to Indian Country Today, Phillips is an elder in Omaha and a veteran of the Vietnam War.Phillips was later filmed saying he had heard the boys chanting “build that wall, build that wall.” Visibly upset, Phillips says, “this is indigenous lands. We’re not supposed to have walls here. We never did.”He said he wished they could direct their energy towards making the country “really great” by helping people in need.A number of the boys in the footage are seen wearing clothes bearing the logo of all-male Covington Catholic High School located in Park Hills, Kentucky. On its website, the school says its “primary purpose is to embrace the gospel message of Jesus Christ in order to educate young men spiritually, academically, physically, and socially.”The website also states that students would participate in the anti-abortion rights March for Life in Washington on January 18.The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that Laura Keener, the communications director with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington, on Saturday said: “We are just now learning about this incident and regret it took place. We are looking into it.”Covington Catholic High School issued a statement stating they were aware of the incident. “We condemn the actions of the Covington Catholic High School students towards Nathan Phillips specifically, and Native Americans in general,” the statement read.“The matter is being investigated and we will take appropriate action, up to and including expulsion.” Credit: @earthchores via Storyful

Former ace, longtime pitching coach Stottlemyre…

Mel Stottlemyre, the former ace who later won 5 World Series rings as longtime pitching coach for both New York Yankees and Mets, dies at 77