Major League Baseball owners are close to approving a new policy that would increase the number of plays subject to review using videotape replay. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
Red Sox World Series MVP David Ortiz and the Flyin Hawaiian outfielder Shane Victorino get their beards shaved live on TODAY even as the show s male anchors renounce their razors for No Shave November.
Dan Shaughnessy joins Morning Joe to recap the Boston Red Sox s season and their trip to the World Series. Sen. Ed Markey also joins the discuss.
CEO Larry Lucchino and manager John Farrell discuss the baseball team s dramatic turnaround and how they fixed what was broken.
It is the fourth World Series between the Cardinals and Red Sox, and two siblings were there when it all started, attending the 1946 World Series between Boston and St. Louis. KSDK s Anne Allred reports.
The Commissioner of Major League Baseball announced he would retire when his current term expires in 2015. NBC s Brian Williams reports.
Though the Yankee star is scheduled to make his season debut in Chicago tonight, Major League Baseball is expected to announce this afternoon that it will suspend Alex Rodriguez and possibly other players. NBC s Ron Mott reports.
Alex Rodriguez was once the most promising talent in baseball, but reports are circulating this morning that he is one of nine players who will be suspended by Major League Baseball as early as this week. NBC s Jenna Wolfe reports.
NBC Sports Bob Costas discusses the Alex Rodriguez controversy and the possibility that he will be suspended by Major League Baseball today.
According to reports, Major League Baseball has given Alex Rodriguez a choice: strike a deal for a long suspension that could extend until he s nearly 40 or be banned for life. NBC s Ron Mott reports.
On Friday New York Yankees home-run hitter Alex Rodriguez shed his pinstripes for Trenton Thunder blue as his negotiations with the MLB continue. NBC s Ron Mott reports.
Alex Rodriguez may be on the verge of a legendary exit from baseball. NBC s Ron Mott reports.
New York Daily News sports columnist Mike Lupica discusses the scandal facing New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez over allegations that he used performance-enhancing drugs.
New York Yankees coach Joe Girardi tells reporters he doesn't believe in shortcuts, but that the appeal process for Alex Rodriguez needs to play out before opinions are rendered.
New York police are scouring surveillance videos in hopes of finding the vandal who defaced a statue of the baseball legend in Brooklyn with racial slurs and a swastika.